Posts Tagged ‘Terrorism’

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and US Defense Secretary James Mattis are both in denial at their respective regimes’ failures.   While not many who analyze events in Syria and the Saudi exploits in the murderous war on Yemen, its attempted isolation of Qatar and threats to Lebanon, would disagree with such a diagnosis, these two power obsessed men seem intent on pushing ahead with their actions that have caused so  much damage and chaos across the Middle East.

MBS is a failure at this point in time, but rather than exercise caution, he is throwing it to the wind. He risks being overthrown himself, especially as he has split the Saudi royal establishment down the middle and if he wasn’t facing plots beforehand, he certainly will now.

I think the failures… Continue reading: James Mattis and Mohammed Bin Salman: Two (unhinged) Peas in a Pod | Syria News

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NATO ‘rebels’ today remotely detonated a passenger bus in Homs.  Official reports confirm the deaths of 8, with 12 injured.  Unofficial reports state that most of those killed and wounded were university students.

Continue reading: NATO ‘Rebels’ Bomb Passenger Bus in Homs | Syria News

Former president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed today upon his attempt to flee the Yemeni capital Sanaa towards the bases of the US-led Coalition in Marib.

The longest-serving president in the Arab World for more than 33 years and been in the shadow policies of the Yemeni’s leading political The General People’s Congress party has committed a horrific mistake that led to his killing.

The news of the killing was contradicting until the Yemeni Ministry of Interior issued an official statement confirming… Continue reading: Yemeni Former President Ali Saleh Committed a Deadly Mistake, Literally | Syria News

Head of Syrian Arab Republic delegation to intra-Syrian dialogue in Geneva, Bashar al-Jaafari said on Friday that the statement of the Riyadh 2 is totally rejected and we will not engage into direct talks as long as this statement introduced.

In a press conference following a session of talks with the UN Special Envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, al-Jaafari added that the language used in the Riyadh 2 statement is preconditions and this contravenes the UN Security Council resolution No.2254.

“Therefore, we consider that the Riyadh 2 statement is totally… Continue reading: Ambassador al-Jaafari: Statement of Riyadh 2 Totally Rejected | Syria News

Terrorists from the Free Syrian Army in the Eastern Ghouta enclave has shelled al-Midan residential district in the Syrian capital Damascus injuring 4 residents and causing material damage in properties and vehicles.

The shelling is a clear breach of the ‘de-escalation zones’ agreement guaranteed by Russia, Turkey, and Iran in Astana, obviously, the Turks ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood sponsoring the terrorist groups in Syria are not up to their words, as usual.

Syrian General Command of the Army and the Armed Forces has declared on 22 July 2017 a cease of hostilities in a number of areas in Eastern Ghouta, Damascus Countryside according… Continue reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/fsa-damascus-midan-terror-bomb-attack/

image-Damascus Midan - Terrorists Indiscriminate Shelling

Damascus Midan – Terrorists Indiscriminate Shelling

For years the Iranians have offered to ease their tense relations with Saudi Arabia being the two polar sides of Shiite and Wahhabi sects and for years the Saudis thought they’re winning against Iran’s influence on all fronts, suddenly the Saudi realized they were actually losing and asked to talk with the Iranians.

Tehran was offering normal relations with Riyadh, ironically similar to what the Saudis are seeking with Israel now, and the Saudis then were rejecting each time seeing the Iranian offers coming from weakness, in their understanding, especially with many hot fronts in the region where the two parties are on the adversary sides and Saudis thought they’re on the winning side.

Recent fast developments with a complete twisting of events especially in both Iraq and Syria with the miserable failure of the Saudi attempts to divide Iraq through the infamous Barazani Kurdistan’s independence referendum, and the fast collapse of ISIS, Saudi’s camp main card in the region, these developments pushed the Saudis to try to grab the rope before the failures of their regional policies were published.

The Yemeni missile that went right up in the Saudi’s crown prince’s ego and messed his whole plans was the trigger to throw all cards on… Continue reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/iran-rejects-saudi-talks-saudi-rabid/

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Iran – Saudi

Yours truly and whoever tried to stand by my side since the year 2013 and until today has been under an evil, smear campaign accusing me of betraying Syria just for the crime of ‘criticizing Putin’s policies in regards with his strange relations with Turkey’.

The campaign to accuse a Syrian patriotic of treason was led by a Freemason living in Canada his initials are C. A., and an Australian operative and her Lebanese husband whose names were never real.

The campaign started immediately after I published the post talking about the loss of the most strategic Meng Airbase in north Syria to terrorists Meng Battle a Big Loss for the Axis of Resistance, Sadly and unfortunately true it was.

While I, as a Syrian citizen affected directly by the crisis in my country and lost relatives killed by terrorists, believe I have the full right to cheer victories… Continue reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/betraying-syria-heynas-activists/

Hyenas attacking Syria

The race to Bu Kamal is now over, heavy clashes, lots of sacrifices and more determination by the Syrian Arab Army and its allies, the city is now ISIS-Free.

Few days ago the liberation of the Bu Kamal from the ISIS terrorist organization was hastily announced before properly combing the last urban center for ISIS in both Syria and Iraq. The easy collapse of ISISterrorists in front of the SAA, the Syrian Arab Army and its allies was suspicious, to say the least. Usually, the terrorist organizations fight fierce-fully the SAA while easily handover their positions to any US-sponsored groups of ‘Moderate Rebels’ and non-Moderates from the US-sponsored groups.

The previously announced liberation of Bu Kamal was meant to cut the road off the US from declaring the city as a red-line for the Syrian forces not to cross in their own country.

Now, with this ultra important victory by the SAA against the ISIS terrorist organization in Bu Kamal, we can say the last chapter in this black era… Continue reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/bu-kamal-finally-cleaned-isis/

Bu Kamal

Bu Kamal, Syria, Deir Ezzor, Al Qaeda, FSA, Nusra, ISIS,

The saga of Lebanese Prime Minister, Saad Hariri,—still current according to Lebanon, which refuses to accept his resignation—or is it ex-Lebanese PM—according to his masters in Saudi Arabia— is becoming more and more intriguing by the day. Hariri is currently in France after rumors abounded he was being held in Saudi Arabia against his will, although he insists he is a free man and will “make known my position” on a promised imminent return to Lebanon.

Lebanon awaits patiently his return, shocked by the Saudi forced resignation and the accusations leveled against it by both Hariri and the Saudi rulers.

The Saudi regime threatens to destabilize Lebanon in pursuit of its ambitions to weaken Iran which it sees as an obstacle to its domination of the Middle East. It has financed and armed terrorists from around the world to descend on Syria and wage a bloody sectarian war on Syrians, demanding that Syrian President Bashar … Continue reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/saudi-puppet-hariri-resigns-war-syria/

Saad Hariri receiving orders from his king

A French journalist who actually visited Syria and lived there for quite a while working for an NGO in different cities from Daraa in the south to Aleppo in the north describes his experience in a short informative post.

I just came back from Syria 3 months ago. I was working there with a French NGO as a communication manager. This allowed me to travel around many parts of the country, from Daraa to Aleppo.

Conditions of life:

They vary from place to place, so I will describe daily facts about some of the cities I have had the opportunity to stay in.

• Take Latakia or Tartus for example:

Even if they indirectly suffered from war (electricity and such), they didn’t experience it first hand as badly as in Aleppo or Homs. They have seaside resorts where you can swim on a white sanded beach cornered by palm trees after breakfast, and spend the rest of your day jet skying. Crazy right? (that doesn’t mean that the Syrian people have enough money to enjoy those luxuries though, of course).

image-Tartus, fishermen enjoying the last sunbeams of the day
Tartus, fishermen enjoying the last sunbeams of the day

• Aleppo:

But cities like Homs or Aleppo have heavily suffered from war. Aleppo was just liberated in December 2016. I was based there for a time, and every day I was shocked (in a good way) to see how quickly the city began it’s “usual” life again. Shops that used to be closed due to heavy bombings… Continue Reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/life-syria-french-journalist/