Meshaal: Hamas May Be Open to Negotiations, despite…

Khaled Meshal, the traitor

Head of Palestinian Hamas political bureau Khaled Meshal said that the movement will be open in principle to negotiations with the Zionist entity, even though the facts on the ground today make such talk pointless, western media quoted Meshaal as saying on Tuesday.

Speaking to the American Foreign Policy news magazine, Meshaal said the most important condition for negotiation to succeed is the balance of power, because without [it]… no peace can be achieved, arguing that an attempt to engage the Zionists diplomatically without proper leverage meant negotiations “would be turned to begging, begging for the rights of our people.”

While considering the armed resistance as an essential element, Meshaal confirmed it is a means and does not represent the goal, adding that the popular resistance has other options through diplomacy, media and charging the enemy in the legal arena to pay for his crimes.

During the interview that conducted after electing him for the political bureau of Hamas, Meshaal expressed support for peaceful means adopted by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, noting that the blame for the failure to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian dispute does not lie with the Palestinians.

“Israel is the one responsible. Israel occupies the lands … they are practicing the worst kind of killing,” he said. Continue reading

Amman allows US to train Syrian rebels on Jordanian soil

Members of the terrorist Free Syrian Army near the crisis-hit Syrian city of Dara’a

Jordan has reportedly given the green light to the US to train and prepare members of the terrorist Free Syrian Army on its soil to attack strategic targets inside Syria

Informed sources say Jordanian ruler King Abdullah II has allowed the US troops to train hundreds of members of the so-called Free Syrian Army along with Jordanian forces in order to prepare them for participation in an international military drill in the country.

According to the sources, the drill, involving 12 countries and led by the US, focuses on instructing terrorist groups fighting against the Syrian government on ways to attack strategic targets in Syria, including the country’s missile arsenal, which is a cause for concern for Israel.

US intelligence sources had earlier said that the Americans are training Jordan’s specials forces for what they describe as ” worst case scenario” in order for them to gain control of Syria’s weapons arsenal.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March 2011 and many people, including hundreds of security forces, have been killed in the unrest.

While the West and the Syrian opposition say the government is responsible for the violence, Damascus blames “outlaws, saboteurs and armed terrorist groups” for the unrest and insists that it is being orchestrated from abroad.

Source: PressTV

Egyt: Amr Moussa ousted by the people

According to Akhbar Libya, Amr Moussa, expelled by the Egyptians after the funeral prayer for victims of the stadium incident of yesterday.

He wanted to attend the funeral to show his “love” to Egyptians when its only purpose is the presidential elections.
Amr Moussa, the man who delivered Libya to NATO! The death of the Libyan leader, his sons and his people will haunt you forever.

Source: Algeria ISP

Fugitive Syrian former vice-president, Khaddam, called on the British PM to take military action against Syria

A fugitive Syrian politician who is leading an opposition group in France has called on the British Prime Minister to take military action against Damascus government raising suspicions that London wants to repeat the Libyan scenario in Syria

Abdul-Halim Khaddam, former vice-president to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, who is viewed as an opportunist in Syria, formed the National Committee to Support the Syrian unrest in Paris back in November with as little as 65 members and is now urging British PM David Cameron to help him back into the Syrian politics.

The opposition organization Khaddam leads wrote in a letter to Cameron that Syria is the main “tool” in the hands of an Irano-Russian coalition, which he described as risky.

“The brave decision by the British government and the countries that are aware of the risks of such a coalition, whose main tool is currently the ruling government in Syria, need to use military power to topple that government,” al-Alam news website quoted the letter as reading.

Khaddam’s choice of Cameron to write to, raises suspicions that Britain is plotting to devise a scenario in Syria similar to Libya.  Continue reading