While the Western powers are boosting the chemical weapons propaganda and while the Syrian government is warning about the possible use of chemical weapons by the Western-backed terrorists and Islamists in Syria (which seems to be highlighted by two videos), the Syrian Arab army has killed dozens of foreign-sponsored religious fanatics and militants during the so-called mop-up operations in the outskirts of the Syrian capital Damascus.
The Syrian Arab army succeeded in the killing of a number of armed fighters of the Jabhat al-Nusra front that is simply just another arm of al-Qaeda (al-CIAda). The fighting between the Syrian Arab army and the radical gunmen of this al-Qaeda-linked Jabhat al-Nusra front (Victory Front) took place in the outskirts of Damascus on Sunday.
Some Syrian armed troops have also raided several hideouts of the foreign-backed terrorist groups in the region around Damascus that lead to the death of more armed terrorists and militants. In addition, various kinds of weapons and munitions have been seized after the clashes between the Syrian Arab army and these groups of Western-backed militants and Islamist ended.
The slain terrorists and religious fanatics have previously terrorized the Syrian civilians in this area near the Syrian capital of Damascus and they have reportedly also committed crimes against the civilians – such as robbery, murder, rape and looting in this region in Syria.
In the Syrian town of al-Ziyabiyeh, fighting between a unit of the Syrian Arab army and a number of foreign-backed gunmen and religious fanatics has taken place. These battles have led to the killing of dozens of these armed radicals as the Syrian state agency SANA reported.
Of course, considering oriental tendencies, you have to remove an amount of the reportedly killed terrorists. Simply said, if the reports speak about 200 dead terrorists, you should assume there are about 100 dead terrorists in reality and not 200.
In addition, fighting took also place in the Syrian city of Daraya. A unit of the Syrian Arab army has killed a number of Western-backed gunmen and militants in the area of this Syrian town that is located about 5 miles (8 kilometres) southwest of the Syrian capital Damascus.
In this operation against the foreign-backed mercenaries and radicals, a warehouse that contained large amounts of weapons has been destroyed. Again, a large number of these killed militants were foreign nationals.
Meanwhile, the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said again that Russia will not allow a repetition of the “Libyan scenario” in Syria and that the “Western partners” of Russia have “unfortunately departed from the Geneva accords” and that they “are seeking the departure of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad”.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said this on last Sunday and made it again clear that Russia does not accept this ugly “Libyan scenario” in Syria, although it seems that this horrible scenario has already reached in some parts in Syria. Of course, the Russian leadership, which is also called a regime by some of its “Western partners”, is not clinging to any individual leader in Syria.
This means that the Russian leadership does not really care whether Bashar al-Assad or another president or group leads this country although it seems that the end of Bashar al-Assad in Syria would just lead to more violence and a probably radical reaction by his supporters in the country. In the situation on ground, this Syrian president has the support of the majority of the Syrian people and if this support is just caused by the simple fact that the Syrians want peace again and know that the current government and president al-Assad is the lesser of two evils and that there has been a quite peaceful time before the beginning of the Western-backed riots and staged “revolution” in order to destabilize Syria.
Others, such as some groups of religious minorities within Syria, know very well that the success of these armed gunmen, Islamists and al-Qaeda (al-CIAda)-linked groups would mean that they will have a very hard stance. It is understandable that more and more so-called analysts and experts of the affairs in the Middle East speak about threatening genocides in Syria if these foreign-backed radical wings finally are able to take the power in this formerly safe, secular and sovereign state.
The Russian Foreign Minister said again that Russia has no special interest in seeing the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad remain in power, but that the “Syrian people” should decide of his fate. This statement is known for a long time but it seems that even Russia is not really able to counteract the state terrorism of the Western alliance against the Syrian stability and leadership.
At least, Russia has repeatedly insisted that the Western drive for a stronger crackdown on Syria is just the hypocritical preparation for a “Libyan scenario” and thus, Russia rejects supporting a resolution of the UN Security Council (UNSC) that would authorize a military operation against Syria and the Syrian Arab army.
Meanwhile, the Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev has said that the Syrian leadership under president Bashar al-Assad had assured Russia that there was no danger of the spread of chemical weapons in the Middle Eastern country, while the Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov made it again clear that Russia is not holding any talks on the fate of embattled Syrian president al-Assad.
After Patrushev said that the “Syrian government is assuring Russia that it won`t allow the use of chemical weapons”, the Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov underlined this and even said that Russia is more concerned that the chemical weapons in Syria could fall into hands of the armed gunmen and radical opponents of the Syrian governments.
Finally, there is even a very bad news about this topic, because it is already confirmed by Syrian officials that the armed radicals and religious fanatics were able to take control of a chemical factory in the Syrian city of Aleppo and this factory could be used to manufacture chemical weapons.
It is not to understand why such facilities seems too often be less and poor secured by the Syrian armed forces and that the foreign-backed terrorists and al-Qaeda-linked fighters are often able to take control about such facilities and important structures.