Syrian rebels ask Israel for help


Israeli TV Channel 10 aired Thursday night a request received by Israeli radical Jew prime minister Benji Netanyahu from a senior member of the US-Qatar funded Wahabi rebel group ‘Syrian National Council (SNC)’ – seeking Jewish military help to topple President Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Damascus.

In his message, SNC member in Turkey Khaled Khoja considered that the Zionist entity’s benefit lies in toppling the Syrian regime which “works for Iran, Hezbollah, and Hamas”.

Khoja stressed that keeping the Assad regime is a victory to the Islamic Republic, and is an implementation to its constant threats to wipe the Zionist regime off the map.

The SNC rebels are being armed and trained in Turkey by French, Israelis with financial support provided by Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

The anti-Assad rebels are losing ground due to the active support Damascus regime is receiving from Russia, China, Iran and Hizbullah. Renowned French columnist, author and anti-war activist, Thierry Meyssan, on Monday appeared on a leading Russian television saying that West’s eleven-month-long proxy war in Syria is doomed to failure.

The Zionist-controlled mainstream media has been falsely portrayed to the Western public as a political revolution crushed in blood by a ruthless dictatorship. Of course, this lie has not been universally accepted. Russia, China and the Latin American and Caribbean member states of ALBA repudiate it. They each have a historical background that allows them to readily grasp what is at stake. The Russians have Chechnya in mind, the Chinese think of Xinjiang, and the Latin Americans of Cuba and Nicaragua. In all these cases, beyond ideological or religious appearances, the methods of destabilization by the CIA were the same.

All it took to turn “terrorists” into “democrats” was for Western secret services to arrange for the puppet “Syrian National Council” to enter the scene, with a Sorbonne professor as President and as spokesperson the mistress of the former head of the DGSE. In a sleight of hand, the lie has become a media reality.

However, the low intensity war that the Western press and the Gulf have hidden behind this masquerade has come to an end with the double veto by Russia and China on 4 February 2012. NATO and its allies were ordered to cease fire and withdraw, at the risk of sparking a war on a regional, or even global, scale.

On February 7, 2012 – at the presidential palace, the Russian delegation joined those of other states, including Turkey, Iran and Lebanon. A series of agreements were reached to re-establish peace. Syria has returned 49 military instructors captured by the Syrian army. Turkey intervened to obtain the release of the abducted Iranian engineers and pilgrims, including those held by the French (incidentally, Lieutenant Tlass who sequestered them on behalf of the DGSE was liquidated). Turkey has ceased all support for the “Free Syrian Army,” closed down its facilities (except the one on the NATO base at Incirlik), and turned over its commander, Colonel Riad el-Assad. Russia, which is the guarantor of the agreements, has been allowed to reactivate the former Soviet listening base on Mount Qassioum.

The next day, the US State Department informed the Syrian opposition in exile that it could no longer count on its military aid. Realizing that they have betrayed their country to no avail, the Syrian National Council members went in search of new sponsors. One of them even went so far as to write to Benjamin Netanyahu asking him to invade Syria.

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6 Responses to Syrian rebels ask Israel for help

  1. Naeem says:

    AL hamdulillah the genocide against innocents in syria has been stopped. Recently al assad claimed he will make reforms change the constitution. Do you have any comments on this is he really stepping down and allowing more power to the majority?

    • rehmat2 says:

      The Sunni majority never asked for a regime change. It asked for more participation in country’s governance, better human rights and lifting of 30-year-old emergency. However, the majority’s demands were hijacked by US-Israel funded opposition groups within Syria and anti-Hizbullah, anti-Iran and anti-Iraq by the Wahabi-Salafi sectarian filth.

      I’m no supporter of Ba’athist regime in Damascus. If you read through my blog – I suggested to Iran’s Islamic leaders never to trust Bashar al-Assad. However, under the present conditions – Syria without Assad will end up another Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan – filled with non-ending Muslim bloodshed for the pleasure of Zionists and their poodles in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Jordan, UAE, Kuwait, Morocco, Tunis, etc.

      Syria could be better of with multi-party political system – and without Muslim Brotherhood, at least for the time being.

    • Candy says:

      Wham bam thank you, ma’am, my questions are asnewred!

  2. Ahmad says:

    Interview in Iran. For you.

  3. Dewz says:

    “It’s quite distressing to see two mnepanret members of the Security Council using their veto while people are being murdered – women, children, brave young men – houses are being destroyed. It is just despicable and I ask whose side are they on? They are clearly not on the side of the Syrian people. Using her speech to over 70 delegates she said, if the Assad regime did not co-operate, it would have “even more blood on its hands.” But the Arab delegates struggled to understand her scathing attack in English, and had to resort to the following translated version…“We have heard that half a million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?” Secretary of State replied: “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price we think the price is worth it.” It is not despicable at all and I don’t question whose side [Madeleine & Albright] was on.

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