Syria: Armed insurgents shoot on Syrian civilians

Posted: January 5, 2012 in International
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Not only the questionable head of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), Riad Assad, threatens the safety of people within Syria, as also the stability of the country in the Middle East, also the Berlin-based member the dubious “Syrian National Council” (SNC), Ferhad Ahma, announced on Wednesday, that “a guerilla war against the Syrian army officials” will happen –  if neither the Arab League (AL) observer mission nor a UN resolution overthrows the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.

This member of the “Syrian National Council” (SNC), Ferhad Ahmad, also covers up the fact (just as Riad Assad), that there is already a so-called “guerrilla war” by the Western-backed bunch of criminals and religious fanatics within Syria. These armed bunches of radicals and extremist are using such guerrilla tactics since months to destabilize the country and to force violence.

No surprise that his council colleague, Hozan Ibrahim, calls on the German government to recognize the dubious “Syrian National Council” as “the legitimate voice of the Syrian people”. He lied about the real situation within his statements. Hozan Ibrahim said, that this council is the legitimate voice of the Syrian people – but the huge majority within Syria does not accept, acknowledge and trust neither this council nor its members.

This is a fact which this person really should know about and we are sure that this member of the so-called Syrian exiled opposition knows about the real situation and voices of the Syrians within Syria.

This member of the “Syrian National Council” (SNC), Hozam Ibrahim, also said that he asked the federal government of Germany to freeze all political relations “to Assad`s regime” and to deduct the German ambassador from the Syrian capital Damascus. Hozam Ibrahim does not know about the on-going economic deals between German and Syrian companies and about the other deals between both “countries” behind the curtains.

With “both countries” we are speaking about different organizations, plans, deals and even industries that do not care about the propaganda lies within Germany against the Syrian government – money rules the world.

Of course, Ibrahim shares the same opinion as his colleague Ferhad Ahmad – both are calling for a “No-Fly Zone” on Syria. Both should know that this would destroy “their” country – just as it happened with the north of Libya, or even with complete Libya.

But the spokesman of the German Foreign Office, Andreas Peschke, rejected a withdrawal of the German ambassador from the Syrian capital Damascus. No surprise because it is better to have him there for political reasons – even when he is not so interested in Syria than the former German ambassador.

The spokesman of the German Foreign Office, Andreas Peschke, also said that Germany has to wait for the interim evaluation of the Arab League on upcoming Saturday. This Saturday, the Arab League (AL) member states, Arab Parliament and the head of the observer mission in Syria have another meeting in Cairo, Egypt.

Some say, that they might decide (if not already) to withdraw the observers from Syria – because this decision would be in line with the supposed goals of the Western puppets – the Arab League; mainly countries as Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

While all these threats and statements from abroad, residents from suburbs of the Syrian capital Damascus confirmed to German journalist Karin Leukefeld (Junge Welt), that the Syrian government did withdraw members of the military and intelligence agencies since the beginning of this Arab League (AL) observation mission in Syria.

The German journalist could also see that among other things, the property of people who did not take part in protests had been damaged in shootings – such as water tanks, electricity connections and vehicles, of course.

Karin Leukefeld also mentioned the bombings at the Syrian city of al-Rastan (Homs) on Tuesday morning. A gas pipeline and a bridge at al-Rastan (Homs) were destroyed by these acts of terrorism. The destroyed gas pipeline supplied two power stations. The power supply in Syria is rationed because of sanctions (by the West) and because of the terrorist attacks for some time.

Now it is getting important. The German journalist Karin Leukefeld also mentioned the fact within the content of her latest article, that armed insurgents (e.g. Free Syrian Army members) fired and threatened people who were not participating in protests.

It is also said within this article that it is a fact, that these armed and Western-backed insurgents also shoot targeted at civilians – while the so-called Syrian opposition abroad claims that the Syrian government would use snipers against the own population.

You see – even a German journalist realizes the oddities of these accusations of the Syrian opposition members abroad in contrast to the real situation within this country of the Middle East – Syria.

The Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi, said, referring to reports of the observers in Syria, that there were snipers in Syria, but that it is also hard to tell “who shoots at whom”. The Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil al-Arabi, also said that it is too early to describe the observer mission of the Arab League (AL) in Syria as failed.

The Syrian government has released more than 3,000 prisoners and promised to let foreign journalists into the country to report on the riots, the Secretary-General al-Arabi also said within his last statements.

The only exception is that three television stations are still not allowed to enter Syria. Although al-Arabi does not name those three television stations it seems clear that France24, al-Jazeera and al-Arabiyya are the ones who are not allowed to enter Syria.

Also one unnamed employee of the Arab League (AL) confirmed this to the Internet portal Middle East Online. After the last misbehavior of ABC News and Sky News we would also forbid them to report about the events out of Syria. Lies should not be supported.

In contrast to the Arab League (AL), the U.S. State Department already has its prefabricated impressions about this observer mission to Syria. The spokesman of the U.S. State Department, Jay Carney, told in the New Year`s press conference that “it is clear that the requirements of the Arab League protocol are not implemented” by the Syrian government and president Bashar al-Assad.

The U.S. State Department said in this New Year`s press conference by spokesman Jay Carney also, that it is “high time” that the international community take appropriate measures against the Syrian president al-Assad and his government. He also said that the U.S. administration is working with their international partners in order to “increase the pressure on the Assad regime to stop the violence against its own people”.

Hypocrite – But it was not otherwise to expect by the U.S. State Department – although Barack Obama is the guy with a Peace Nobel Prize, isn`t he?

Victoria Nuland, also a spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department, said meanwhile that the Secretary of State (for affairs of the Middle East), Jeffrey Feltman, also traveled to the Egyptian capital Cairo to debate with the Arab League. No surprise but questionable.

Jeffrey D. Feltman is a dubious person and responsible for a lot of strange events and maybe deaths.

  1. Syria – Terrorist Explosion in al-Midan Quarter in Damascus

    A terrorist explosion on Friday hit al-Midan quarter in Damascus, causing tens of victims among civilians and law-enforcement forces, the majority were civilians. The explosion took place near Hassan al-Hakeem Basic Education School. Preliminary information indicated that a suicide bomber exploded himself at a traffic light in al-Midan quarter.

  2. DAMASCUS (AP) – A suicide attacker detonated his explosives in central Damascus Friday, killing and wounding dozens of people, state TV said. The TV footage as well as an official suggested that the target of the attack was a police bus.


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