! ! Just dagarna efter att Nato satt upp sina Patriot-missiler vid turkiska gränsen.
Press TV – ‘Two killed, five injured in Israeli airstrike on Syrian research center’
”Israeli fighter jets violated our airspace at dawn today and carried out a direct strike on a scientific research center in charge of raising our level of resistance and self-defence,” the Syrian Army said in a statement on Wednesday, AFP reported.
The attack was carried out against the center, which was tasked with boosting Syria’s resistance and self-defense, ”after terrorist groups made several failed attempts in the past months to take control of the site.”
Russia Today – Israeli warplanes bombed research center near Damascus – Syrian state news agency
friendsofsyria.wordpress.com – Update on the Bodies in The River
A media source underlined that terrorist groups of Jabhat al-Nusra in Aleppo carried out a mass execution against tens of abducted persons, throwing their bodies in Queiq river at Bustan al-Qasr area in Aleppo.
worldmathaba.net – Is there a Shift in the Position of the Enemies of Syria towards President Assad?
The international positions towards the crisis in Syria have been clear for quite some while now. There are basically two positions: one that calls for dialogue between the parties within Syria combined with a rejection of foreign interference. The other position is far more aggressive and calls for regime change in Syria with a rejection of dialogue and a strong support for the armed gangs or the ‘opposition’ against the Syrian government.
In an analysis from January 25, 2013, on Press TV (8) we can read about the possible change in the US position towards Syria. Due to the rising threat of muslim extremism the US might just drop their support for these armed gangs and move more towards the dialogue approach:
”Many of those who were predicting the end of Bashar Al-Assad are now having second thoughts. One major factor behind this is the US position. The rising fundamentalist trend in Syria is a grave concern and comes at a time when the US congress is holding hearings on the killing of the US ambassador in Benghazi at the hands of extremists. That incident would probably have not occurred were it not for Nato military intervention in Libya.” (8)
Chandra Muzaffar – GOOD TERRORIST; BAD TERRORIST
The French military operation in Mali has brought to the fore the blatant double standards in the approach of certain Western nations to the whole question of terrorism.
friendsofsyria.wordpress.com – Free Army Gunmen Massacred Number of Policemen, Belonging to the Syrian Government
This is an old film showing the FSA Terrorists throwing the murdered bodies of policemen off a bridge. This happened towards the beginning of the troubles in Syria. A time when the police were unarmed and the terrorists were called ‘peaceful protestors’. As you will see they were far from peaceful killing unarmed police and security forces on a daily basis.
Syrian’s unity will end turmoil, France has said the developments in Syria have been unfolding against what Paris had hoped for, namely the fall of President Bashar al-Assad.
Alaa Ibrahim, journalist and political commentator from Damascus, Randy Short, member of the Dignity, Human Rights and Peace Organization and Sharif Nashashibi, chairman of the Arab Media Watch from London.
Al-Diyar Newspaper has been informed that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and King Abdullah of Jordan have made contact by phone, agreeing that the Jordanian Army will prevent any Militants from Jordan crossing the border into Syria, with the Syrian and Jordanian Armies to coordinate the safety from both sides of the border.
Saudi Arabia upon hearing of the conversation and agreement, is said to be very irritated.
Press TV – No end to Syrian tragedy, UN-Arab League envoy says
Brahimi made the remarks in New York on Tuesday during a briefing to the United Nations Security Council on Syria, which has been facing a foreign-backed insurgency for nearly two years.
”I’m sorry if I sound like an old broken record. The country [Syria] is breaking up before everyone’s eyes… The tragedy does not have an end,” Brahimi said.