Al-Baghdadi and Le Mesurier are West's terrorist tools

Days after the United states announced the liquidation of the leader of Daesh terrorist organization Abu Baker al-Baghdadi, western media outlets announced the death of the founder of the so-called "White Helmets", former British intelligence officer James Le Mesurier, who was found dead today at his house in Istanbul within suspicious circumstances.

The news of the death of Le Mesurier, reported by UK's "The Independent" newspaper, was absolutely not strange as it came a few days after the Russian Foreign Ministry has unveiled Le Mesurier's connection to al-Qaeda terrorist organization and called on the British government to explain his suspicious relation with the terror group, an analysis published by SANA (Arabic) said.

Some analysts described the death of Le Mesurie as part of a campaign aiming at liquidating the west's terrorist tools after their criminal role in Syria has ended.

Mr. Thief President!

US President Mr. Trump's mafia-like policy of usurping and robbing the Syrians from their main income of living has been condemned worldwide as an armed illegal occupation and robbery in violations of every law and norm.

 Among those objective and anti occupation voices was the US presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard who accused Trump of wanting to take oil from Syrians. US President Donald Trump aims to seize oil fields belonging to the people of Syria, US Congresswoman, Presidential candidate, Gabbard told Fox News.

Erdogan's regime the world’s worst jailer of journalists

The severe criticism directed against head of the Turkish regime's internal and external policies, the corruption charges against Erdogan and his son pushed Erdogan and his ilk to launch an unprecedented large scale arrest campaign against journalists and writers making Turkey the world’s worst jailer of journalists. Over the past three years, Turkish authorities have shut down or taken over scores of independent news outlets, because they opposed Turkish regime's policies, especially its policy towards the crisis in Syria and the Turkish aggression on the Syrian territories.

A group of Turkish journalists have demanded from Erdogan's regime to immediately release their colleagues and the writers who were imprisoned because of their opposition  to Erdogan's internal and external policies, especially the Turkish offensive against Syria.

Lebanese demonstrations, anti-resistance scheme

It is an established fact that the resistance axis has been the main target of the American Zionist plots hatched with the aim of ending resistance acts against Israeli occupation and enabling Israel to penetrate the Arab region politically, economically and culturally.  One of the sinister tools used by the US and its allies is the unfair unilateral sanctions imposed on Syria and Iran. The tight economic siege imposed by the US and its allies on Syria and Iran directly hinders the achievement of economic and social development and affect the daily life of Syrian and Iranian peoples. Those who impose the unilateral sanctions are the states that think that they can punish the states which oppose their policies of imposing hegemony on the world under the pretexts of defending human rights or combating terrorism.

Patrick Henningsen: President al-Assad’s recent interview came at a crucial juncture in Syria’s eight-year long conflict

Patrick Henningsen, global affairs analyst and executive editor of 21st Century Wire argued that President Bashar al-Assad’s interview given to the Syrian and Alikhbaria TV channels on October 31, 2019, was an extremely important media event, and came at a crucial juncture in the country’s eight-year long conflict.

“ The interview was one of the most comprehensive and thorough discussions with the President to date, with in-depth coverage of military affairs, domestic and societal issues, the Kurdish question, international relations, constitutional reforms, the state’s fight against internal corruption, and Syria’s struggling economy,” he told the Syriatimes e-newspaper in response to a question about his comment on the interview.