Det är inte lätt att få riktig klarhet i vad som egentligen hände vid händelsen i Halfaya då många människor dödades utanför ett bageri. Video från platsen för dådet. Ett annat kortare klipp visar en man som lägger ett bröd i en blodpöl! Kan ju tyda på att det hela, i vanlig ordning, handlar om en föreställning som ställts i ordning åt västmedierna. T.ex. så skriver en av USA/Nato/västs propagandalakejer så här: ”I ett av videoklippen som dokumenterat attacken, hör man hur kameramannen gråter. Och det han och kameran bevittnar, är en scen som beskrivits bara alltför ofta tidigare, med kontrasten mellan det vita mjölet och det röda blodet.”
En bilbomb exploderade utanför bageriet menar Syrian Perspective –
The attack on Halfaya was by the FSA. A car bomb exploded in front of a baker where people had queued up for bread. The FSA, with the aid of British terrorist-enablers, then fashioned a story so that blame would be cast on our army.
Press TV – Syria militants kill several civilians in Maan village
On Sunday, dozens of people were killed in the northern town of Halfaya, where foreign-backed militants attacked a bakery and killed civilians including women and children.
“An armed terrorist group attacked the town of Halfaya committing crimes against the population, killing many women and children,” the official SANA news agency reported.
nyhetsbanken.se – 198 döda i Syrien söndag
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Längre intervju med Rysslands utrikesminister Lavrov. Finns som text – HÄR –
‘West faces dangerous game choosing ‘bad’ vs ‘acceptable’ terrorism’ – Lavrov
As the Syrian war grows more sectarian and violent with each day, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov tells RT that Western powers’ habit of dividing terrorists between ”bad and acceptable” could have lasting consequences for the whole world.
Christof Lehmann – Russia – E.U. Meeting in Bruxelles: Risk of Middle East and European War significantly increased
Even though Washington is doing all it can to avoid giving the impression that it is involved in the military aggression against Syria, it is obvious that the conflict would end within weeks after Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the USA and UK stop sponsoring, arming and supervising or commanding the mercenaries in Syria.
In spite of western mainstream mediaÂÂ´s attempts to convey the opposite, the Syrian government enjoys the support of the majority of the Syrian population. The massive influx of Salafist extremists who daily commit the most serious atrocities and war crimes on behalf of the NATO/GCC/Zionist alliance have had the effect that the population of Syria rallies in support of its government, its peaceful opposition and in support of the Syrian military.
The Syrian government is by far more stable than one is led to believe by western propaganda. Even if the insurgency would succeed in ousting the Syrian government it is highly unlikely the ousting of the Syrian government and its substitution by Salafist extremists would not warrant a response from both Iran, Hezbolla. The result would invariably be a widening of the conflict into a regional war which may at first be limited to include Lebanon and Israel, but which would be almost impossible to contain.
Russia and China may propose a Security Council Resolution which would secure the deployment of Russian led UN-Peace Keeping Forces in Syria. Behind the scenes such an initiative would most likely to be paralleled by intense negotiations about how to save the ailing Petro Dollar without risking a regional war in the Middle East and Europe.