Le Quartier Général terroriste d’Erdogan

par Bahar Kimyongür

Des années durant, les autorités turques ont exercé des pressions diplomatiques sur les pays qui accueillaient les bureaux d’information de mouvements turcs ou kurdes d’opposition. Ces pressions ont conduit à la fermeture de nombreux bureaux et à l’emprisonnement de leurs administrateurs.

Les sympathisants du mouvement de la gauche anti-impérialiste turque DHKP-C de Londres, Bruxelles, Paris ou Berlin en savent quelque chose.

Aujourd’hui, une organisation militaire syrienne, nommément l’Armée syrienne libre (ASL) qui utilise ouvertement le terrorisme pour parvenir à ses fins est accueillie à bras ouverts par le régime d’Ankara.

Elle y dispose d’un bureau d’information en bonne et due forme.

Son site officiel est : http://www.free-syrian-army.com

On y découvre que sa base principale est le Hatay, une province frontalière majoritairement arabophone qui accueille les réfugiés syriens. Continue reading

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Syrian envoy to UN censures Saudi Arabia, Qatar

Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar Ja’afari

The Syrian ambassador to the United Nations says Saudi Arabia and Qatar are responsible for the deteriorating humanitarian situation of the Syrian people.

Bashar Ja’afari said in an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council on the humanitarian situation in Syria on Thursday that Riyadh and Doha should answer to the world for the turmoil in Syria.

He also stated that Saudi Arabia and Qatar are providing arms to terrorists inside Syria.

Ja’afari added that Syria “feels a great bitterness and sorrow when we see some of our brothers living in tents on the border in dreadful conditions.”  Continue reading

Al-Jafari: the camps in Turkey have converted into terroristic territories

Bashar al-Jafari

The UN permanent envoy in the UN Bashar al-Jafari said, “There is a hysterical obsess to target Syria and not to collaborate with Six Points’ plan”.

Al-Jafari added that violence cannot stop in Syria as long as some countries are still intervening in the internal Syrian business.
Al-Jafari wondered, “Why do some insist on working outside the UN and the Security Council?”.
Al-Jafari pointed that the real help for Syria depends on fixing the suffering’s reasons, especially the terrorism that the armed groups commit.
He added that Syria has welcomed millions of Arab and non-Arab refugees due to the abusive actions.
He also said that the refugees were treated kindly and like Syrians and were not put in barbed camps on the borders. Continue reading

UK dispatches 200 Special Forces in-around Syria

UK Special Forces Sniper

The British Army has dispatched nearly 200 elite members from the Special Air Service and the Special Boat Service in and around.

A senior military expert, who asked to remain anonymous, said the elite SAS and SBS troops are in Syria to both gather information about and confiscate those ‘chemical weapons’.

The elite special troops are working alongside those that are dispatched by the British foreign spying apparatus- MI6, to the country in an attempt to gather intelligence about the movement of the Syrian army forces, experts said. Continue reading

President Assad: We’re Engaged in Regional, International Battle

Syrian President Bashar Al Assad says that his country faces regional and international battle, stressing that the Syrian forces were advancing.

“We are engaged in regional and international battle and there should be time in order to end it,” President Assad to the Syrian TV ad-Dounia.

“We are advancing and the condition is better than before. However the battle has not ended yet,” he added.

The President wondered: “Do we go backward because of the unawareness of the Turkish officials”?

As he slammed the Turkish government, President Assad praised the Turkish people, saying “they have supported us during the crisis and was not affected by propaganda and money which was spent.”

Source: Al Manar

 

 

 

Britain and US plan a Syrian revolution from an innocuous office block in Istanbul

 

[Editor’s note: We are not posting this article to spread western propaganda about how US-Britain are willing to help the Syrian opposition in their “legitimate fight” againt Bashar Al Assad. We perfectly know that what the West wants, is a splitted Syria. Hence, a weak Syria. Plus, as already reported, the SNC is not “legitimate” oppisition but a western backed opposition, with absolutely no legitimacy whatsoever.  We’re just posting this article to show, once more, that foreign meddling is blatant. In total violation of the UN Charter & International law. ]

An underground network of Syrian opposition activists is receiving training and supplies of vital equipment from a combined American and British effort to forge an effective alternative to the Damascus regime.

By , Istanbul

Dozens of dissidents have been ferried out of Syria to be vetted for foreign backing. Recipients of the aid are given satellite communications and computers so that they can act as a local “hub” linking local activists and the outside world.

The training takes place in an Istanbul district where handsome apartment blocks line the steep slopes and rooftop terraces boast views over the Golden Horn waterway. Continue reading

Syria: US, Turkey hold urgent meeting, Moscow relies on diplomacy

The Syrian army has almost regained control of the country’s largest city of Aleppo. Rebels of the Free Syrian Army are being ousted from the Damascus outskirts. The West, however, is seeking a regime change as the only possible scenario for Syria.
The issue was discussed during a special meeting between the U.S. and Turkey. Meanwhile, Moscow welcomed Syria’s deputy prime minister to focus on different matters.

The U.S. and Turkey have agreed that the time has come to call things by their name. The two countries` officials held their first ‘operational planning’ meeting on Thursday. Apart from Turkey’s Foreign Ministry Deputy Under-Secretary HalitCevik and US ambassador Elisabeth Jones, the talks featured military officials on both sides. The outcome of the meeting was not disclosed. It is evident, however, that the agenda of the talks focused on coordinating military, intelligence and political responses to tensions in Syria. The fact that the two sides discussed the future of the post-Assad Syria could not but add just more fuel to the fire. Earlier this week President Barack Obama said that any Syrian effort to deploy its chemical or biological weapons would change the US position on military intervention.

SyrianForeign Minister spokesman Jihad Makdisi admitted his country possessing weapons of mass destruction, adding that Damascus could use it in case of foreign intervention. It should be mentioned that Syria did not sign the Chemical Weapons Convention.

The Western countries rely on their own sources to learn what’s going on in Syria. During the meeting in Ankara the U.S. and Turkey agreed to create an ‘intelligence shield’ to prevent militants of the Kurdistan Workers` Party and Al-Qaida from entering the Turkish territory. This shield is going to be directed by C.I.A. agents.

Risks are quite high for the opposition forces to get access to chemical weapons. Besides, Israel fears that Hezbollah Islamists could also access the weapons of mass destruction. Syria has so far guaranteed that its arsenal of chemical weapons remains under strict control, Russia’s deputy foreign minister Gennady Gatilov told journalists…

“We have already discussed the issue with the Syrian officials to receive solid guarantees that its chemical weapons have not been moved anywhere and remain under strict control. It is necessary, however, to keep in mind that the situation in Syria is very tense. We all know that the opposition forces were joined Al-Qaida militants. If terrorists get access to chemical weapons, the consequences could be very grave.”

Moscow doubts that the U.S. has been watching the opposition forces enough to be 100% sure that they won’t be able to access the weapons of mass destruction. Although the U.S. indirectly backs the Syrian opposition, they also actively cooperate with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

Russia believes that the Syrian nation should accept a different kind of support. Syria’s Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil visited Moscow this week. The talks focused on the National Coordination Committee initiative on Syria, which suggests a full ceasefire, the release of political prisoners and hostages, free entry of humanitarian aid and peace talks between the government and all opposition groups. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov insists there is no other way to peace except national reconciliation…

“This fully meets the requirements outlined at the Action Group for Syriameeting in Geneva on June 30. We strongly believe that this agreement has not become outdated, and we appreciated the fact that the National Coordination Committee welcomes this initiative, increasing its chances to be eventually implemented.”

Most members of the UN Supervision Mission in Syria have left Syria this week after its mandate expired. The UN agreed to establish a civilian office in Damascus to oversee the situation and appointed Algerian diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi as the new special envoy to Syria to replace Kofi Annan, who had to step down earlier this month due to the ongoing violence. Mr. Brahimi agreed to succeed Annan as international mediator on condition that he receives strong international support for his efforts to secure a negotiated peace.

Source: The Voice Of Russia

Syrian Army takes control over areas in Aleppo

Soldiers of the Syrian Arab Army

Always in Aleppo, The Syrian Arab Army continues in cleansing the city of terrorism.

Media sources reported that the Syrian Army and after engaging in severe clashes, took control over al-A’damiah and al-Mashehad neighborhoods.

The armed conflict left large number of deaths and injuries among the terrorists of Free Army. Continue reading

Syria insurgents prevent Aleppo residents from returning home

Syrian insurgents in the center of Syria’s northern city of Aleppo on July 25, 2012

Armed insurgents have reportedly prevented residents of the Syrian northern city of Aleppo from returning to their homes.

On Sunday, civilians demanded to be allowed through into militia-held checkpoints around the devastated Salaheddin district.

The Salaheddin district had been the scene of intense fighting between government troops and insurgents for about three weeks.

Residents have stormed back after hearing from Syrian state television that government forces have regained full control of the neighborhood.

Earlier on Sunday, Syrian security forces arrested a group of foreign-sponsored insurgents in the central province of Homs.

The Syrian army killed a senior leader of insurgents in the capital Damascus on Sunday.

Several armed men were also killed in clashes with the Syrian troops in the northwestern city of Idlib and the southwestern city of Dara’a on Sunday.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011. Damascus says outlaws, saboteurs, and armed terrorists are the driving factor behind the unrest and deadly violence while the opposition accuses the security forces of being behind the killings.

The Syrian government says that the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the armed militants are foreign nationals.

Source: Press TV