Syria: Internal Syrian Opposition Ready for Dialogue

Posted: December 13, 2012 in International
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Qadri Jamil, the leader of a delegation of the internal Syrian opposition and also the representative of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation told that the internal Syrian opposition is ready for a dialogue with the Syrian government and that the opposition in Syria does not stipulate President Bashar al-Assad’s stepping down as a pre-condition.

The representative of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation in Syria, Qadri Jamil, told this to Itar-Tass on Thursday when he arrived in the Russian capital Moscow by air. Of course, the internal Syrian opposition was already ready for a dialogue with the Syrian government and that Qadri Jamil is the Syrian Deputy Prime Minister since some time should at least display this readiness for dialogue with the internal Syrian opposition by the Syrian leadership.

However, it is also clear that the Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil represents not only the Popular Front for Change and Liberation in Syria and a delegation of the internal Syrian opposition, but Mr Jamil also represents the same stances of the Syrian government in some important points.


The Western powers have always overlooked the internal Syrian opposition since the beginning of the crisis and violence in Syria due to the reason that also the internal Syrian opposition opposes the questionable aims of the Western governments in and with Syria.

The Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil and representative of a delegation of the internal Syrian opposition, which should finally count more than any external opposition that is made up of Exiles and Islamists, said that such a dialogue with the Syrian government “is simply essential” and it is the only way out of the current crisis in Syria. Mr. Jamil also said that it is important and necessary to succeed in reaching such a dialogue and that the situation would be ripe for that.

The head of a delegation of the internal Syrian opposition and also the leader of the Popular Front for Change and Liberation, Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil, pointed out that the Popular Front for Change and Liberation is ready for such a dialogue with the Syrian government.

While he arrived in the Russian capital Moscow, Qadri Jamil was asked whether the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad should resign in order to pave the ground for a start of such a dialogue between the Syrian leadership and the internal Syrian opposition.

The Syrian Deputy Prime Minister Qadri Jamil answered that the Popular Front for Change and Liberation will not set pre-conditions for such a dialogue. In addition, it is clear that the majority in Syria, which still supports the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad due to different reasons, will not accept a situation in which Bashar al-Assad is ousted by force.

However, there are different reasons why the most Syrian people still support the president al-Assad and why the Syrians make a huge different between Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian government / leadership.

Of course, the amount of supporters has decreased but if one wants to speak about a sole representative of the Syrian people and has in mind that a sole representative should also have the support of the majority in a country, it is clear that the Syrian president would be the result of this maths problem – and not the external “Syrian National Coalition”, which is made-up of Syrian Exiles and Islamists.

By the support for this staged external Syrian opposition, the U.S. president Barack Obama has finally not only presented his true colours, but he also has made it clear that his foreign policy is not performed for the benefits of the American people. He makes the same wilfully mistakes as his predecessors in the office as American president.

That the U.S. administration is publicly supporting religious fanatics and radical armed gangs of criminals and Islamists is not only somehow ironic, but also dangerous for the future. It is dangerous for the future of Syria and also dangerous for the future of the West because it is obvious that the current supported armed “rebels” are the enemies of tomorrow.

Meanwhile, a Syrian political activist has told Russia Today (RT) that the Western-backed jihadist groups in Syria might use chemical weapons (like Sarin) to carry out “ethnic cleansing” against certain minorities in this country of the Middle East.

Syrian political activist Yazan Abdallah originally said that the armed religious fanatics and jihadist groups in Syria might use some chemical weapons to conduct “ethnic cleansing” against certain sectarian groups in Syria, but in this case it is better to call the groups what they are – minorities mainly, which are not as sectarian and radical like these Western-backed armed jihadists and the prisoners from e.g. Saudi Arabia.

If these armed jihadists have already prepared e.g. the use of Sarin then they will use it soon, either to conduct such an “ethnic cleansing” of some known districts of minorities in Syria or to stage a false-flag action in order that the Western powers are again able to use propaganda against the Syrian leadership and army to pave the path for a military intervention in Syria that would clearly end in a disaster.

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