27 dec

Svenska medier går på som vanligt idag och kommer med overifierade påståenden som man vill ska uppfattas som att regeringen brukar våld mot befolkningen. Enligt sana.sy har en person som gett sken av att tillhöra gruppen från Arabförbundet uttalat sig om läget i Homs, trots att han alltså INTE tillhör den gruppen – sana.sy

”An official source at the command center of the Arab League Secretariat General’s Observers Mission to Syria underscored that the person who gave statements to some satellite Channels about conditions in Homs is NOT a member of the Mission delegation.

The source added, in a statement in Cairo Monday evening, that the name of Mistashar Mahjoub, who claimed to be a member of the Mission is NOT correct.

The source declared that a 50-member delegation would leave Cairo to Damascus later in the evening to join the Mission Chairman and the already there first delegation after their meeting with the AL Secretary General.”


Qatar builds Sunni intervention force of Libyan, Iraqi terrorists against Assad

The Qatar oil emirate, encouraged by its successful participation in the campaign to overthrow Libya’s Muammar Qaddafi, has established a Sunni Arab intervention force to expedite the drive for Syrian President Bashar Assad’s ouster, debkafile’s military sources report. The new highly mobile force boosts the anti-Assad Free Syrian Army, whose numbers have jumped to 20,000 fighters, armed and funded by Qatar and now forming into military battalions and brigades at their bases in Turkey.


Från Russia Today

With more than 20 people reportedly killed in fresh violence in Syria, fifty Arab league monitors are heading to the most turbulent city, of Homs. The director of the Beirut-based Center for Middle East Studies Dr Hisham Jaber has been telling RT how he hopes the observers can tell the difference between armed insurgents and peaceful civilians.


Thierry Meyssan i en intervju med Russia Today

Claims that armed extremists are fighting in Syria are backed by some foreign journalists working on the ground. Independent journalist Thierry Meyssan tells RT how efforts by some forces to turn the conflict into a full-scale civil war are failing.

”It began with some armed groups entering the country, making troubles, trying to create Islamic emirates on the border with Jordan. These people recruit others to form bigger fighting groups and now they are entering in co-ordination with political opposition. And you know, in this country, there is a long history of opposition between the Baas Party and the Muslim Brotherhood. So, now there is an alliance between the Muslim Brothers and these armed groups coming from abroad,” he explained. ”These groups can go everywhere, because now they have some support inside the population.”

The question is why are these groups typically able to find this support? Is it because people are now ready to use any means to reverse the government, or are the reasons more ideological in nature?

Thierry Meyssan points out that the reason the Muslim Brotherhood wants to topple the Assad regime is not because they want democracy — that is according to their own words — but because President Bashar Assad is Alawi.

”It could be the beginning of religious war inside the country,” he told RT.

On the other hand, the journalist does not believe that isolated conflicts in Syria, like the one in Homs, will spread into a full-scale civil war.

”External pressure against Syria will [go on], and all these people entering [the country] will continue [to do so], but I have no reasons now to think that this will extend to all the country,” he said.

NATO, however, is trying to act in exactly the same manner in its approach to Syria as it did with Libya, Meyssan continued.

”They do exactly the same to create a file on the United Nations — first, with the Geneva council of human rights, and after — in the Secondly Council. They try to manipulate the Arab League exactly in the same way,” he explained. ”In the Libyan case they organized a big story in front of the Geneva Council for Human Rights — they said 5,000 people were killed by the security forces. Of course, it’s absolutely wrong. A lot of people were killed, but very few by the security forces. Most of them were killed by these armed groups they [had] put inside the country.

”The same armed groups are used [by NATO] in [Syria],” Meyssan added.

”In Libya, the support on the streets was only in Cyrenaica, because there was an old contention between Cyrenaica and Tripolitana — this country was created artificially very late. So, you don’t have such thing in Syria,” he went on to explain. ”In Syria, the only way to divide the people is to use the confessional war. They are trying to do this now.”

At the same time, the journalist insists that all the attempts by outside forces to destabilize the country by means of military are not working.

”We see a lot of people killed, but this is not a civil war they tried to organize. If they want to enter with foreign troops inside, like they did in Libya, or using the proxy from the Gulf council, they will have a very big problem because this country is ready for battle,” he said. ”Syria is able to resist the pressure for a very long time.

”People who try to destabilize Assad will have a stronger Assad after that,” Thierry Meyssan concluded.

  1. #1 av Göran på 29 december, 2011 - 02:40

    Tysk TV-kanal avslöjas med att sprida krigspropaganda:

    (Finns fler exempel på samma kanal)


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