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Zionists Use al Qaeda to Attack Syria

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It came as no surprise to students of Middle East history, when al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri called for the ouster of Syria’s “pernicious, cancerous regime,”.  Progressive Syria has been targeted by al Qaeda in the past, and is currently under attack by Islamists from the CIA/Mossad-trained Free Syrian Army.

When al-Zawahiri headed Egyptian Islamic Jihad in 1984, Reagan’s CIA brought his mujahadeen buddy Ali Mohammed to the US where was put to work training Afghan terrorists in Brooklyn and Jersey City on weekends.  During the week he instructed US Special Forces at Fort Bragg.  In 1998 he helped bomb the US Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.  Blowback’s a bitch.

Later the CIA helped Islamic Jihad terrorists escape Egyptian justice by sending them to fight with Bosnian Muslims assigned to tear apart Yugoslavia, and with the heroin-infested Kosovo Liberation Army.  Islamists were used to murder Gaddafi and privatize the Libyan central bank for the Rothschild Cartel.

Now these creations of Western intelligence – Israel, Turkey, the GCC and NATO – are being used to attack the Assad government in Syria and to capture Syria’s central bank for the Zionist Illuminati banking cartel.

And the road to attacking Iran runs straight through Damascus.

The following article by Dr. Boris Dolgov – senior research fellow of the Centre for Arabic Studies of the Russian Institute of Oriental Studies – is the best I’ve read on the situation.  It appeared on the excellent Oriental Review website –

The current situation in Syria remains one of the most important components of the Middle Eastern and international policies. Using Syria’s domestic crisis and pursuing their own goals NATO, Israel, Turkey and the monarchies of the Persian Gulf are trying to undermine the Syrian regime.

Since the beginning of the crisis in Syria I have made two trips to that country as a member of international delegations in August 2011 and in January 2012. If we watch the dynamics of situation’s development over that period on the one hand we can state intensification of terrorist groups in Syria and on the other hand we see a broader people’s support of President Bashar Assad and a clear demarcation of political forces’ positions.

“Two car bombers blew themselves up outside the heavily guarded compounds of Syria’s intelligence agencies, killing at least 44 people and wounding dozens more in a brazen attack in December 23, 2011.

In the last two months Syria has seen a number of terrorist attacks. The terrorist attacked Syrian servicemen and military facilities, law enforcement agencies institutions, blasts on oil pipelines, railroads, murders and taking of hostage among peaceful citizens (In the city of Homs insurgents killed five well known scientists), arson of schools and killing of teachers (since March 2011, 900 schools have been set on fire and 30 teachers have been killed).

Terrorist attacks in Damascus became one of the bloodiest. Two of them were carried out on December 23, 2011 when cars loaded with explosives went off in front of the buildings of state security service killing 44 and injured about 150 people. On January 6, 2012 on a busy street a suicide bomber attack killed 26 and wounded 60. There were officers of the law enforcement agencies among the victims but most of the victims were occasional by-passers.

In January 2012, Damascus has a more severe look in comparison with summer of 2011. Security officers check passports on the way to the airport, asking people what country they are from. Entrances of many state institutions are protected with concrete blocks. There are check points with sand bags near the police stations which are protected by soldiers in bullet proof vests. Lifting gates which close entrances to some of the streets are also by guarded by soldiers and young people with machine guns – these are volunteers from pro-governmental youth movements. But everyday life has not drastically changed. There are no servicemen, armed vehicles or document checks in the city. Damascus is still a busy city, with no vacant seats in internet cafes and on weekends streets are crowded with family couples and young people.

After terrorist attacks in Damascus demonstrations with slogans supporting Bashar Assad and condemning terrorists were held everyday. Similar demonstrations were organized in other large cities such as Aleppo, Homs, Hama, Daraa, Deir az Zor. These demonstrations were covered by the Syrian TV. During our stay in Syria we could move around the city freely and speak with people as we liked but we did not see any single anti-governmental rally. Most of the rallies’ participants were young people.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waves at supporters during a public appearance in Damascus on January 11, 2012 in which he vowed to defeat a “conspiracy” against Syria.

The most massive rally which gathered tens thousands of people was held on January 1 in the center of Damascus. At that rally Bashar Assad addressed to the nation starting his speech with the words: “Brothers and sisters!” He was speaking about a thousands year long history, the need to fight terrorism and the support terrorists receive from abroad. Assad’s speech was received with real enthusiasm and there were no signs that this reaction had been staged.

The whole square (tens thousands of people) shouted a popular slogan “Allah, Syria, Bashar!” (“Allah, Syria va Bashar bas!”). On January 8, in the memory of victims of terrorist attacks in Damascus a commemoration ceremony was held in St. Cross Cathedral in Damascus. The Mufti of Syria Ahmad Badr Al-Din Hassoun, the metropolitan of the Syrian Orthodox Church and the prior of the Catholic monastery spoke at the ceremony. In their speeches they condemned “the killers and those who put weapons in their hands and sent them to Syria”. The tragedy of the mufti of Syria, whose son was killed by the members of the Islamist terrorist group after the mufti had refused to act on the side of the foreign opposition, which goal was to overthrow Bashar Assad, is a telling example in itself.

After the adoption of a new law on political parties an active process of their creation has been underway in Syria. Although formally the constitution envisaged a multiparty system and seven parties were represented in the parliament, in compliance with clause 8 the leading role belonged to the ruling Baath party. Currently there is a wide discussion in Syria about this clause. An official with the Syrian Foreign Ministry told us that in the new constitution (on which the national referendum would be held in February), this clause would be abolished if most of the public and political forces spoke for it.

In his address to the nation Bashar Assad said that the new constitution would be approved in March 2012. The parliamentary elections are to be held in May-June 2012. Along with the law on political parties new laws on general elections, local administration and mass media were adopted. In compliance with the new law in December 2011 elections to the local governments were held. But because of the threat of terrorist attacks the turnout was only 42%, which was confirmed by the Baath officials. Nevertheless, the local administrations were elected and began to work. Under the recently adopted law new mass media are being formed in addition to the current 20 TV channels, 15 radio stations and 30 newspapers.

At present there are three main trends in the Syrian patriotic opposition – democratic, liberal and left, which is mainly a communist one. The Syrian Social Nationalist Party is the most influential party among the democratic forces. It is also the oldest party which was established in 1932. As Iliah Saman, a member of the political bureau of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party said, the party’s program is more conservative in comparison with the Baath’s program. Nevertheless there are no differences of principle between the two parties. According to him, the policy of the US, France and England is the main destabilizing factor in Syria. He said that those countries were acting in the interests of Israel and had the goal to divide Syria into five state formations on the basis of religious and ethnical differences.

The liberal trend of the opposition is represented by the recently registered secular democratic social movement led by Nabil Feysal, one of the Syrian intellectuals, a writer and a translator. He is an outright opponent of the Islamic fundamentalism, supporter of the liberal democracy. His goal is to turn Syria into “Middle Eastern Denmark”.

The National Committee for the Unity of Syrian Communists is the most influential component of the left (communist) trend of the opposition within the country. Recently it has changed its name for the Popular Will Party which is headed by Qadri Jamil, a prominent Syrian economist and the professor at the Damascus University. He is the only representative of the opposition who entered the committee on the design of the new constitution. Jamil believes that the national dialogue and creation of the government of the national unity (which would include representatives of the patriotic opposition) is the only way out of the crisis. At the same time he thinks that it is necessary to remove all the politicians who are not interested in conduction of reforms from the government, to clean up the opposition from destructive factors and to suppress its radical members who tend to use violence.

The coordination committees are also significant political force which has contacts with the Popular Will Party. These committees on the one hand organize demonstrations demanding concrete reforms and better living conditions on the other hand act as self-defense units which armed people protect their districts from attacks of terrorist groups in particular from a so called Liberal Syrian Army. It should be noted that although in the beginning of protests in Syria, part of the population, including intellectuals shared the opposition discontent with the regime and supported demands on democratization now, after intensification of terrorist groups, they tend to support the regime and the reforms proposed by the government.

A telling example of terrorist crimes was the shelling of a quarter in Homs on January 11 which killed eight local residents. Giles Jacquier, a reporter with France-2 TV, became one more victim of the attack. We spoke with Jacquier shortly before his tragic death and he was convinced that people’s protests were suppressed by the authoritarian regime in Syria. He was looking for the opposition everywhere trying to make a report. On failing to find it in Damascus he moved with a group of Dutch and Swiss colleagues to Homs. But in Homs he also met people who were supporting Bashar Assad and demanding to protect them from terrorists. A group of local residents and Giles Jacquier who happened to be near came under a grenade thrower fire, which was a common thing in that district. Commenting the tragic death of the French reporter Mother Agnes Mariam, who is the prior of the St James Catholic Cathedral in Damascus, said that there is no protesting opposition in Syria but only bandits who are killing people.

Many people we contacted in Syria including independent foreign reporters told us about the information war against Syria. According to them, Qatari channel Al Jazeera, for example, in order to broadcast a report on mass anti-governmental rallies in Syria made a fake footage with the help of computer editing using dozens of atmosphere players and decoration of Syrian streets, a kind of “Hollywood village”.

As for the Syrian opposition abroad, its political part is represented by the Syrian National council with the headquarters in Istanbul. It is headed by Burhan Ghalioun, a Syrian-French political scientist at the Sorbonne University in Paris. It is quite a heterogeneous formation which comprises groups with different goals. They represent the Muslim Brotherhood and other Sunnite organizations, Kurdish separatists, Liberal-Democratic dissidents who usually reside in Europe and in the US.

The armed opposition which conducted terrorist attacks in Syria is represented by a number of groups from a military wing of the Muslim Brotherhood to the Libyan radical Islamists and Al Qaeda. According to the information we receive from our Syrian colleagues there are training camps for insurgents in Lebanon and Turkey. The officers of security services of NATO, Turkey and some Arab states are in charge for the training and armament of the insurgents, while the monarchies of the Persian Gulf provide the financing.

The future development of the situation in Syria depends in many ways on the ability of the ruling regime to consolidate public forces and conduct the announced reforms. Other priorities are the liquidation of terrorist groups and stabilization of the domestic situation. In its turn this issue is directly linked to the development of the global policies and will depend on the activities of the leading countries of NATO, Turkey, the Arab League (which sent its monitors to Syria) Russia and China.

As for Russia, it firmly declares that repetition of the “Libyan scenario” in Syria is inadmissible.”

originally published February 13, 2012

24 Responses to Zionists Use al Qaeda to Attack Syria

  1. Laura Stuart April 26, 2012 at 9:42 pm #

    The same people (Sunni Arabs)fought to overthrow Mubarak, Ben Ali and Salah and are also protesting against a corrupt King in Morocco. Why do we have the right to tell them that they can’t get rid of another dictator – Assad?

    • searching April 27, 2012 at 12:53 am #

      You believe in this mass media and politicans created bulls–t about Assad-being a bloody dictator??
      The same like Ghadaffi ,all of a suddden, became world’s most dangerous oppressor that the “peace and justice loving” western demon-cracy, aided by NATO/USA “humanitarian” air/military force, had to remove/destroy in order to install their own
      (approved) version of puppet government??
      Syria is a corridor necessary to attack Iran. France already threatened to send their forces at the beginnig of May there. Britain will join.
      The final solution for Syria is coming.
      Next step ?……Iran.
      Russia’s military will have, at the end of May, “militray exercises” with the US army on American soil (first time in history).
      They (Russians/Putin) claim that they will support Syria and Iran in case if…….????
      Why then those join-exercises???
      Something smells in the air. And it’s is a very omnious, nuclear, radioactive smell.
      BTW I’ve just read on yahoo warning of a possible terror attacks in America by bad Al Oqada to commemorate the death of Osama bin Laden.
      False flag ??…it may save as an excuse to attack Iran. They won’t stop. They won’t.

      • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 1:18 am #

        “Syria is a corridor necessary to attack Iran. France already threatened to send their forces at the beginnig of May there. ”

        Are you mental? What about Iraq?

        • searching April 27, 2012 at 1:31 am #

          What about Iraq?? Iraq is already taken. Raped and plundered, destroyed and radiated, weakened and divided. Evil went there already a few years ago and did its job, now it’s time for Syria.
          Why do you support people, who try to put a fire on a barrel full of gun powder on which you are sitting as well as the rest of us??
          Do you think that by doing this you will be saved?? That you will get a “special treatment”, a place in an underground,
          anti-nuclear tunnel??
          And if there is God (which I believe He is although I don’t understand His logic sometimes as well) , do you think he will let you into Paradise knowing that you actively supported Evil??
          Or rather you will be doomed, for ever.
          A music that you may start getting used to:

          • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 1:55 am #

            “What about Iraq?? Iraq is already taken. Raped and plundered, destroyed and radiated, weakened and divided. Evil went there already a few years ago and did its job, now it’s time for Syria.”

            No, my point was, rather, that we don’t need Syria to attack Iran because we have Iraq (and Afghanistan and the other ‘Stans).

            “Why do you support people, who try to put a fire on a barrel full of gun powder on which you are sitting as well as the rest of us??”

            Who says I support them?

          • searching April 27, 2012 at 2:40 am #

            First you say :”WE don’t need Syria to attack Iran….” then you say: ” Who says I support them?”

          • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 3:58 am #

            We = the United States

        • searching April 27, 2012 at 1:44 pm #

          “….Russian paratroopers will meet up with American forces next month for an unprecedented military exercise in Colorado, according to RT News.
          It’s the first time Russian service members will be invited into the United States for a joint drill.
          A Russian airborne task force will “exercise with U.S. special service weapons,” an announcement by Russian Defense Ministry spokesperson Col. Aleksandr Kucherenko revealed.
          The official purpose of the joint training is to practice airborne tactics and anti-terror operations, such as dropping into a hostile area and conducting a “terrorist camp raid.”….”

          Read more:

  2. aemathisphd April 26, 2012 at 9:51 pm #

    Dean: What color is the sky in your world?

  3. ariadna April 27, 2012 at 2:26 am #

    Obama promises he’ll take care of Syria and Iran for Israel because…. “never again”

    • searching April 27, 2012 at 2:44 am #

      Mossad warned that false flag events may happen on Polish stadions during soocer games Euro 2012
      ( which start on June 8th).
      They do know everything. I think that within the next few months there will be lots of “false flag” events , especially in Europe ( Olympics in UK)
      and USA. Lots to look forward this year.

      • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 3:58 am #

        And Mossad said this when?

        • searching April 27, 2012 at 12:10 pm #

          It’s in Polish. Use the google transaltor or ask some of your hasbara friends to translate it for you if you wish..
          I don’t feel like doing you this favour.
          You trust my words. I know what Iam writing/saying.

          • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 3:13 pm #

            You see, you’re reading into it. One Mossad guy stated that terrorists would strike in Poland. That’s not “THE MOSSAD” alleging “FALSE FLAG” operations.

          • searching April 27, 2012 at 5:10 pm #

            he is not just an ex-Mossad guy.
            He is so-called “legendary” Mossad guy.
            He does seem to have an access to a crystal ball and ability to predict the future. Wonder why??
            Does a word “Lavon affair” tells you something??


          • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 6:08 pm #

            All countries engage in false-flag operations at some point or another.

            However, a single example of Israel having done so does not dictate them making a habit of it.

            Nor does it logically follow, even if they DID have a habit of engaging in false-flag attacks, that this was the specific inference being made by this Mossad guy.

          • searching April 27, 2012 at 6:15 pm #

            you are kidding me. “All countries engage in FF operations”. What a bs.
            This is just one exapmle that was widely revealed.
            Recently ,after killing the Iranian scientis it came out that Mossad and his agents/terrorists were involved in it ,( they even posed as American agents using American passports ). Iraguns were terrorists , Mossad is a major terrorist agency. Whom they are kidding.

          • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 6:39 pm #

            Mossad operations, as intelligence operations, are, by definition, not false flags.

            All intelligence agencies use false identities. They wouldn’t work if they didn’t.

            The Lavon Affair was an actual false flag operation — the military operating in such a way to bring suspicion upon another government or army.

            It’s the only in Israeli history.

            Probably the best known false flag in history was the Gleiwitz incident.

            Irgun being terrorists doesn’t mean they used false flags either.

            You really need to learn distinctions.

          • searching April 27, 2012 at 6:47 pm #

            Believe in a fairy tales of your own imagination.
            There is nothing I can do about it.
            Ignorance is a bliss , they say.
            I can see why reading your “creations”.

          • searching April 27, 2012 at 8:55 pm #

            Israel was build on terrorism.
            It supports, honors and praises terrorism that creates and it spreads its terrorism whenever and wherever it can.
            Israel is one od the biggest, ( or probably the biggest) terrorist of the world.
            And the most sneaky one.
            If there is a hell, ( and I believe there is) Iam sure the will be a special zone for Israel , its leaders and all useful idiots that cooperated in the evil that was/is done to the world.

          • ariadna April 27, 2012 at 7:00 pm #

            Hasbara tactics:

            “All countries engage in false-flag operations at some point or another.”
            Tactic: “Others are doing it, why pick on Israel”?

            “a single example of Israel having done so does not dictate them making a habit of it.”
            Tactic: “You are citing an isolated case. You have to prove there were others”

            “Nor does it logically follow, even if they DID have a habit of engaging in false-flag attacks, that this was the specific inference being made by this Mossad guy.”
            Tactic: “Even if there are other cases, it doesn’t mean that what he meant… etc, etc.

          • aemathisphd April 27, 2012 at 7:06 pm #

            You are utterly devoid of logic.

  4. searching April 27, 2012 at 1:08 pm #

    here a song for you, aemathishphd.

  5. searching April 27, 2012 at 10:15 pm #

    I am sure everybody here knows about it,
    but in case if not , here is the info:
    “…Four explosions have shaken the Ukrainian city of Dnepropetrovsk injuring at least 29 people. The blasts struck a series of locations in the city center. Local authorities have begun a terrorist investigation into the incident.
    Interfax reports that at least ten children were among the wounded.
    The first explosion went off as a crowded tram pulled into a stop injuring five passengers. Local authorities say it was caused by a bomb planted in a nearby rubbish bin.

    “The explosion was at a tram stop. The shockwaves smashed the tram’s windows, and the doors buckled on two cars passing by. In one car, the airbags popped out. Police were there in a minute, fire fighters arrived in about five minutes,” writes Master_Tyre, a city web forum user.
    Forty minutes afterwards a second explosion was reported close to the city’s railway station, wounding seven while the third hit a park injuring one woman.
    Authorities say that the fourth blast struck near the opera house close to the site of the first explosion.
    It has been reported that some of the explosions were caused by “incendiary devices” planted in rubbish bins. As a consequence police are systematically removing bins and checking them throughout the city.
    Authorities have reportedly begun the full evacuation of the Dnepropetrovsk train station causing a stampede of people towards the exits. Local media says sniffer dogs and members of the bomb squad have arrived at the scene after receiving an anonymous call saying there was a threat of an explosion at the station.
    Train services have stopped running until further notice.
    Local Ukrainian site reports widespread panic in the city where people are afraid where the next explosion will occur. Traffic has reportedly ground to a halt in the city center as people flee their offices in an attempt to get home. The city’s police have warned citizens to stay indoors. Interior troops have been deployed in the city.
    Telephone networks are down in the city after being inundated with calls of people fearing for the safety of their friends and family. Some news agencies have also suggested authorities may …”