NATO Invasion Of Syria: Coming Soon, Rated X

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Voice of Russia
October 9, 2012

NATO invasion of Syria: coming soon, rated X
John Robles

The stage is set, NATO forces are in position and authorization has been given; now all it will take is a little spark to ignite the powder keg that is the Middle East. The West needs a middle-man, a reason to invade Syria, and Turkey is that tool. Statements by both NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and the Turkish parliament serve as proof.

Remember about a month ago when US President Barack Obama phoned Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan and they spoke about Syria and Obama was photographed sitting behind his desk holding a baseball bat? Well it was a sign, and from sign to action takes time. After all, we are talking about invading a sovereign nation to eradicate its leader. Well the time is coming, all the signs are there.

One of them is the recent authorization by the Turkish parliament granting Erdogan the power to send Turkish troops into “foreign” countries, meaning Syria. Another is the now open bombing by Turkey of its Syrian neighbor and yet another are statements and preparations by NATO and the West.

Rick Rozoff at Stop NATO cites one such statement by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who stated: “I can assure you we have all necessary plans in place to defend and protect Turkey, our ally.” This came after an unprecedented late-night meeting after Turkey began its cross-border bombing of Syria, after which NATO stated: “In view of the Syrian regime’s recent aggressive acts at NATO’s southeastern border, which are a flagrant breach of international law and a clear and present danger to the security of one of its Allies, the North Atlantic Council met today, within the framework of Article 4 of the Washington Treaty…” Continue reading

Syria red line of anti-Israel resistance front: Iran Cmdr.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March 2011. (File photo)

A senior Iranian military commander says Syria is the red line of the anti-Israel resistance front and all freedom-seeking countries should support it against enemies.

“The issue of Syria is very significant and the red line of [anti-Israel] resistance front. Therefore, any negotiations on this issue should take place within framework of the interests of resistance [movement] and the Syrian people that have become a target for terrorists as well as Arrogant regimes affiliated with the West,” Deputy Head of Iran’s Armed Forces Chiefs of Staff Brigadier General Seyyed Masoud Jazayeri said on Wednesday.

He added that the global Arrogance has launched a flagrant subversive and terrorist effort against the Syrian government and nation and freedom-seeking states should therefore firmly support Syria against its enemies.  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

 

 

 

Syria: Christians fleeing to government areas from Sunni Islamic terrorist networks

By Murad Makhmudov, Jibril Khoury and Lee Jay Walker

Source: Modern Tokyo Times

The American led invasion of Iraq led to the demise of all non-Muslim minorities because the brutal reality of Sunni Islamic terrorism meant that they were easy targets. Similarly, Muslims also fled their homes and homeland in vast numbers in order to escape radical Sunni Islamic terrorist movements. Many of these refugees fled to different parts of Iraq and to other nations. Syria figured prominently for many refugees fleeing the “political vacuum” in Iraq which led to sectarianism, terrorism, chaos, and a complete breakdown of society.

In Syria the dual forces of important conservative Sunni Islamic dominated nations and leading Western powers, are conspiring together in order to further their respective agendas. Therefore, both forces have unleashed terrorism and sectarianism against the central government of Syria once a “political vacuum” emerged throughout the region. This combined Western and Sunni Islamic force is manipulating events in order to further their respective geopolitical objectives.

For Saudi Arabia and Qatar both nations are still smarting over the rise of powerful Shia political Continue reading