Posts Tagged ‘saudi-arabia’

Another round of moderate “rebels” have slaughtered 48 persons and seriously wounded another 120 in Damascus, 11 March.  This time, the moderates were Astana FSA opposition delegates welcomed by the west and UN — led by Envoy Stefan de Mistura.

The double-tap of cowardly terrorism was used; 15 minutes after the first deadly explosion a second explosion – possibly a suicide bomber — was ignited.  Many of those who came to help the wounded, were also martyred in the second explosion.

Continue reading: Astana FSA Opposition Delegates Massacre Syrians in Damascus

There, in Geneva, are the talks about the political solution in Syria.  It is the easy talk.  The negotiations should be two sides:   The governmental actor and the opposition actor.  However, the moderate oppositions have many delegations, many podiums, many representatives of many countries, but not to Syria.

One of today’s victims is General Hasan Da’aboul, our countryman. Your mainstream media like BBC Arabic was so happy about his martyrdom, under the pretext that he put many of your moderate terrorists in jail!  This is another clear confession from you:  You cheer the death of defenders of our country.  You call the killers and beheaders “moderate rebels” but you know that they are well organized gangs funded and armed by you.

Source: Moderate Oppositions at Geneva, in Syria: Terrorists

The following question and answer article appeared first at the Russian news agency NR2 (“Novy Region”) and it gives an account of the assessment from a certain Dmitry Yershov, who is – according to the words of the agency – currently in the Syrian capital Damascus.

This is true, because after Kreml.TV stopped its daily live broadcasts in cooperation with ANNA-News, this Russian enthusiast appeared in order to support Marat Musin (ANNA-News) on site.

The guy is a blogger (full-time?) and positions himself as a political scientist. His commitment is quite remarkable and also shows at what level it has to be tried now in order to break through the information blockade. Apropos, for this, one does not need an invitation of the Syrian government.

Well, also the protective equipment of Marat Musin – protective helmet and bulletproof vest – is a donation. It`s not that it is from the Syrian government or army, but from the Russian company Armocom.


Matching to the new major offensive of the NATO-backed terrorists in Syria, which is doomed to failure, the propaganda outlets of the NATO countries are increasing the amount of anti-Syrian propaganda articles and headlines.

The Syrian government would, shortly before its fall, consider the use of chemical weapons due to its desperation, or the terrorists in Syria would record great terrain gains and so on. This is what one can hear from the propaganda loudspeakers of NATO, while their gangs of murderers are incurring daily losses in the three-digit range since weeks.

The known magazine “Spiegel Online” is unintentionally teaching its readers a lesson of how the anti-Syrian propaganda is fabricated. In a recently emerged video, which is supposedly coming from the Syrian city of Homs, one can clearly see a child getting encouraged to cut off a man`s head.


The following video was recorded by a member of the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA). He has published the recording online because he did not agree with what his group has done.

The video further down shows how the terrorists blew up a mosque in Aleppo, while they are cheering and shouting “Allahu Akbar”.

As already explained in the article “The Wahhabis are destroying Mecca without resistance” (English / German), the Sunni sect of the Wahhabis are destroying historical mosques and shrines at the holy places in Mecca and Medina as well as in other Muslim countries because they would be “heresy”.


It was negotiated, threatened and rescheduled in Doha, Qatar, for about one week until a new representative of the so-called Syrian opposition, better said, for the farce of the external Syrian opposition, was found.

Now, since last Sunday, there is a new umbrella organisation which has set the goal, to overthrow the Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and to form a new transitional government for Syria and the Western democrats have no problem with the situation that their policy is again a clear violation of international law. So nothing new in/from the West and the Gulf.

At least, a bit new could be the fact that now are also armed groups parts of this merger of so-called Syrian opposition groups, which is probably not really in line with the usual policy and the good examples that the usual Western democracy should follow.


There is a new interview with the German expert of affairs in the Middle East and book author Christoph Hörstel about the situation and developments in Syria. Christoph Hörstel was formerly a well-known correspondent, who was working for the German state television.

Mr. Hörstel has cancelled his job at the German state television because of the increasing biased reporting and other differences between his opinions and the doctrine of the German state television channels.

Since a long time, Christoph Hörstel cares about the events and developments in Syria and he was also able to make some good contacts with people in Syria and people from the Syrian government. It is now, after the recent months, no real surprise that Christoph Hörstel is accused with several strange defamations.


A current not completely transparent information is making its round in the media about the recently personally by Nouri al-Maliki sealed arms deal with Russia in Moscow, which should go through a total of 4.2 billion U.S. dollars. Iraq has cancelled the weapons deal, it should be renegotiated.

At the same time there should have been a denial of the refusal by the Iraqi Ministry of Defence on Al Jazeera. Iraq said that a “corruption risk” that was not immediately transparent or, in other words, general corruption was the reason behind the arms deal cancellation.


One thing that always moves me to express my opinion about it is when I see hypocrisy and double standards when things are measured with a double standard. This time it is about a question that I want to ask my Muslim readers.

Why there are many protests worldwide over cartoons and films, which are seen as an attack on the faith, but we hear not even a peep from you about the fact that the Saudi royal family is destroying the holiest places of Islam? Is this no attack on the faith?

The ruling sect of Wahhabis demolishes historic buildings in Mecca and Medina, and there is no protest. Such as the birth house of Mohammed, there is a library now. Added to this is that the Wahhabis are those who fund the Islamic extremists of the Salafists that are pushing the entire Islam in a bad light with their bloodthirsty terrorism.


A melange of deserters, NWO-satraps and bandit chiefs will probably tomorrow, on 4 November, in Doha in Qatar, which is predestined for such subversive activities, establish a “Syrian government in exile”, after once again “all differences” of the different fractions will be put aside.

Here one would like to comment immediately that “government in exile” is a term that is used for a genuine, real government, which was forced by not representable reasons for them, to leave the seat of government of their country and their country.

However, when a bunch of sinister or at least opaque dudes in comfortable under pleasant climatic conditions and for the money of other countries founds some institution, so this has to undoubtedly be named somehow different than a “government in exile”.