Arming Cannibals !

What a frenzy farce! The anti-Syria ewes, neighbors, and westerners want but to arm the Takfiri, wahabi cannibalistic terrorists in Syria! They talk about Geneva 2, and work on the killing of the Syrians. The more they talk about a peaceful settlement for the crisis, the more they send their dirty lethal and so-called no-lethal to the armed al-Qaeda affiliates, particularly to Jabhat Al-Nusra.

Jabhat Al-Nusra is Al-Qaeda affiliated group, as H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad made it clear during his recent interview with the German Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. It is a terrorist group, well financed, with plenty of arms and Wahhabism. The logical questions raised by H.E. regarding such groups and their arming revolved about  the future consequences of arming the terrorists, which would but "perpetuate the destruction in Syria, forcing the Syrian people to pay an even heavier price" and would "have two consequences. First, Europe’s back garden will become a hub for terrorism and chaos, Second, terrorism will not stop here – it will spread to your countries".

Herein too come the exclamations raised by President Vladimir Putin of Russia: "One does not really need to support the people who not only kill their enemies, but open up their bodies, eat their intestines in front of the public and cameras," and "Are these the people you want to support? Are they the ones you want to supply with weapons? Then this probably has little relation to the humanitarian values preached in Europe for hundreds of years."

Actually, such perplexities and exclamations were expressed by other top officials including the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, who underscored that arming the terrorists in Syria would be "disastrous because it would be tantamount to “pressing weapons into the hands of maniacs”, calling on the British government to stop seeing Syria as “an arena for muscle-flexing” and open its eyes to immediate dangers, such as effectively gearing up the Al-Qaeda. “This is the moment for a total ceasefire, an end to the madness… It is time for the US, Russia, the EU, Turkey, Iran, Saudi and all the players to convene an intergovernmental conference to try to halt the carnage. We can’t use Syria as an arena for geopolitical point-scoring or muscle-flexing, and we won’t get a ceasefire by pressing weapons into the hands of maniacs.”

Earlier, Alaska’s Ex-Gov. Sarah Palin said: “Until we have a commander in chief who knows what he is doing... let Allah sort it out!” From now on, therefore, every suicide bombing in Damascus- every war crime committed by the ''rebels''- will be regarded in the region as Washington's responsibility," as Robert Fisk realistically has recently written to the Independent on Sunday.


Dr. Mohammad Abdo Al-Ibrahim

Morsi's speech is not important, but Egypt is important

It is indeed a global war waged against Syria by most of  Arab regimes, neighbors, and westerners! This merciless war has been targeting the essence of the Syrian civilization, fundamental foundations, pillars and components. The anti-Syrians are alternating their concerted and barbaric attacks against Syria under different  silly pretexts, but as to exploit, colonize and blackmail Syria. The latest blind measure of hatred and fratricide was taken by Egypt's petrodollar-backed and made president, Mohammad Morsi.

Morsi, facing popular uproar and rejection domestically, wanted to escape from his failures by playing dirty games against the Syrians. However, Egypt, under his rule is no more the Egypt of Arabism, Nasser, it is no more the 'mother of the globe. Morsi has turned his country- certainly not the great Egyptians- into a dwarf beggar!

Morsi, following the great achievements of the Syrian Army heroes on the ground, and at the orders of his masters in the Gulf, and west, decided to severe relations with the Syrian Arab Republic! What a stupid decision! None in the world can rescind the realities of geography, history, unity and  fraternity binding the Syrians and Egyptians in a prefabricated empty discourse of blasphemy.

Morsi, like the Saudi, Qatari, Us, Turkish and French officials, is annoyed because his own mushroomed and backed Takfiri and wahabi al-Qaeda affiliates are being purged in Syria by the steadfast Syrians. What a rude irresponsible president who dares to defy even his own people and calls for the more of shedding blood and foreign intervention in Syria. Morsi's silly discourse is a further verdict by a narrow-minded so-called sheik of sedition, darkness and ignorance.

 The Syrians, as Information Minister Omran Al-Zou'bi stated, did expect Morsi, the leader of Moslem Brotherhood in Egypt, to severe relations with Israel and close its embassy in Cairo. Indeed, "Morsi's speech is not important, but  Egypt is important."


Dr. Mohammad Abdo Al-Ibrahim

Salute to the Late President

The eternal leader Hafez Al-Assad shortened history through the depth of his thoughts and wisdom.

"There are always men who can catch history" is an important saying of the great Indian leader Gandhi.

Former French President Jacques Chirac said :" President Hafez Al-Assad was a statesman keen on boosting his country and the fate of the Arab nation , he has had a prominent role in history over the last three decades."

After his meeting with President Hafez Al-Assad in Damascus, former U.S. President Bill Clinton said : " I really feel , for the first time in my life, that I put my hand in the hand of true president . I had an Indescribable feeling, when I shook hands with him , I looked at his face and I saw the whole history and vigor , in those moments , I thanked God that he was not a president of a great country, then he would undoubtedly rule the world."

Moreover, the fox of US. Policy Henry Kissinger acknowledged that :" President Hafez Al-Assad was the only one who overcame and defeated me in my life, and today Syria's Bashar Al-Assad astonished me because the vast majority of Syrians love and stand with him."

Hafez Al-Assad was the immortal leader , undoubtedly he was one of the region's history-makers till June 10, 2000, the day he left us, but remained in our minds. He was an  example of values ,steadfastness and courage that help us in facing the current challenges and build the future of Syria away from any external interference.

President Hafez Al- Assad was an exceptional leader who made Syria a hard and difficult number in the region and the world as a whole . Due to his shrewd political vision and wisdom , president Al-Assad had instilled in Arab peoples' minds the culture of resistance and provided it with all forms of support, refused to bargain over any of Arab issues that later contributed to the Lebanese and Palestinian resistance achievements of great victories against the Zionist enemy. Those victories were manifested in Israel's defeat in South Lebanon in 2000 , the victory of July 2006 and the victory of the Palestinian resistance in 2008.

The historical stances of immortal leader Hafez Al-Assad made Syria occupy a leading role in the contemporary world. He left us but is still alive in our hearts and consciousness through his thoughts and principles.



''A State under Attack, Not a State in Crisis''

The professional Russian TV, RT, published today an exclusive detailed interview with the British National Party leader and European MP Nick Griffin, in which he objectively expressed reasonable and rational ideas and impressions about the ongoing in Syria. Mr. Griffin stated that people didn’t see Syria as perfect before the civil war, but it was a secular, tolerant state, which will be lost if takfiri fundamentalists  prevail, lashing out at the involvement in Syria as “a criminal action” on the part of the US.

MP Griffin pointed out that the Obama administration, by arming the takfiri fundamentalists, will provide arms to the same people, who launched the 9/11 attack on America.  

In reply to a question regarding al-Marjah Square, central Damascus, two suicide bombers'  attacks, MP Griffen said that  when you walk around the streets there’s ordinary people, there’s families, there’s people, who are strict Muslims and others, who are secular. Getting on with their lives and trying to ignore the bomb blasts, which go off occasionally. I’ve seen the same thing in Northern Ireland. People get used to this. Life continues. Certainly, in Damascus this is a state under attack, it’s not a state in crisis.   

MP Griffen recalled what happened in Afghanistan when the West, the CIA, the British state armed AL-Qaeda to fight the Soviet Union, pointing out that ''once the Soviet Union was finished, the jihadis didn’t go away, they turned their attention elsewhere. And what we’ve got now, they’re managing to turn huge parts – fortunately shrinking parts of presence in Syria – into a giant terrorist training camp.

MP Griffen  underscored that the majority of people fighting in Syria against the Syrian government are ''foreign terrorists, tens of thousands of them, including hundreds from the EU, some of them even in Britain. When the war is over here they’re going to come back to Britain, come back to Western Europe and continue their jihad, but this time we’ll be the targets.''  

Regarding his expectations about whether the US would  go ahead with weapons supplies to the opposition, given the Syrian hero army gains against terrorists on the ground, MP Griffen expressed fear that the US will go ahead with weapon supplies as ''There are a number of people a number of organizations and countries involved in this criminal drive to destroy secular Syria. One of them is the US government, not ordinary American people. They’re working out a plan which was produced at the start of the century by a group calling itself the Project for New American Century and they wanted to secure energy supplies for the US and also to contain Russia. That’s what this attack on Syria is the latest of this criminal action by the US. They’re not the only ones to blame, but they’re a significant part of it…. even though in doing so they’re arming the same people as attacked the US on 9/11.''   

About his assessments and impressions during his current visit to Syria, along with an EU Parliamentarian delegation, MP Griffen said: ''We’ve also been able to talk with ordinary Syrians at all sorts of different levels. Something that comes out from all those people who we speak to is that Syria wasn’t perfect, but it was a secular and tolerant state where no one even cared if someone was Sunni or Shia or Christian or Jewish. They go on with it and that’s the thing, which is going to be destroyed if this carries on. And everyone I was there with, I think, gets this point and agrees with me and the vast majority of people in Britain, that we shouldn’t be involved in other peoples’ quarrels.''

Indeed MP Griffen stroke the right note that the ''Syrians have problems to sort out. Those are problems of a question for Syria to sort out through ballot box, not through foreign terrorists and foreign military intervention.'' 

Dr. Mohammad Abdo Al-Ibrahim

(Let us go, let's crush Taksim) Erdogan's supporters said

When Turkish PM Erdogan came back to Turkey, he was supposed to land at 9 pm but to gather more people to support him, his flight was delayed for 3 hours. Meanwhile, Ak Parti supporters, who were informed and invited to the greeting via SMS, were transported to the Atatürk Airport by government services. The PM of Turkey returned home after a five-day trip. His cabinet worked hard to gather a crowd of 20,000 at the airport. (Currently, there are 3.5 million protesting on the streets).

What I would like to draw attention to is the slogan that was chanted by the crowd during the speech:

"Let us go, let's crush Taksim". What is mainly annoying here is the attitude of the PM. He just stopped and let them repeat this for many times. Tayyip Erdoğan, who is obligated to ensure the unity of 76 million people, divides the country into two groups: 'us' and 'them'. He ended his speech with the following words "We're all going to go home from here, peacefully" is actually an allusion to his supporter's position. Thus he refers to his power on those people's opinions and actions, which is horrifying for the future of Turkey. He threatened his opposition before, and he still keeps on, he is calling for a civil war. 

Turkey is not a democratic country anymore, Turkey is a fascist dictatorship where media shows documentaries about animals while all the Gezi Park protests are going on just because these are protests against government. Turkey is a country where people are getting arrested just because they send tweets like "Police is using tear gas in here." Turkey is a country where police run over and kill protesters with armored police vehicle and poke protester's eyes with intentionally-aimed tear gas capsules.  Turkey is a country where PM says that "We can barely hold 50% of our population to stay in their homes."  Turkey is a country where PM says that we might destroy this university because the rector of that university said that "They can take make up exams without any excuse reports for this semester." all these info that I provided is true. Just check the appropriate twitter accounts and see the international news. I can give millions more examples. So nobody shouls say that "Turkey is a democratic country." or "Media is trying to provoke people and disturb the peace in Turkey." or else.

Erdogan gave a speech full of blatant lies that served no other purpose than provoking his supporters against the protesters. He has no concern for more than half of the country who did not vote for him. Turkish PM said the protesters killed a cop. Truth is, the cop fell off a bridge while chasing unarmed protesters. He said protesters burned a flag. Truth is, the flag burning video was from a kurdish protest back in 2010. He said that this was all to stop cutting less than 15 trees. This was the biggest lie. This is about freedom, democracy, and people who had enough of lies, when government (PM) calls his voter's for crime,  People call him as a crime  minister after that....

One of the young ladies wrote on twitter:

Important warning: a lawyer friend of mine working on the cases of the detained protesters just told me that even if you are a foreigner, and even if you are female, you will be beaten severely and then detained for at least 3 days, if you are lucky, then deported for sure if your embassy intervenes. 

The lawyer is Turkish, the one being deported is French journalism student at Galatasaray University. She was arrested taking photos near gumussuyu, beaten severely on the way to kumkapi detention center, that she now has no control over her bladder. Denied medical attention and beaten over and over again in detention for 3 days and wetting herself. Now being deported in the same clothes, she was arrested wearing, and stinking with her………

She is the only one being deported after 3 days in detention, because she's a girl. The other foreigners are still in detention waiting and according to the lawyer they all were beaten and facing charges of threatening national security.

A young man wrote:

Gumussuyu is a dangerous road. Too many barricades for people to prevent them from escaping tear gas quickly and people are in panick. There are also provocateurs throwing Molotov cocktails. Stay away unless you love tear gas or have a mask and goggles. Stay Safe Istanbul.

At last I say: The Syrian people are watching your democracy Erdogan.they will never  ever forgive you for what you did to our beloved country Syria. you are paying, and all who conspired against on our country will pay, sooner or later.

Butheina Alnounou