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“And those who harm believing men and women undeservedly, bear on themselves the crime of slander and plain sin.” (Al-Ahzab: 58)
Remember, one day you will appear before ALLAH and answer your deeds. So beware, do not stray from the path of righteousness after I am gone. ’ [Prophet Mohammad,pbuh]
Fri Aug 15, 2014 11:11PM
The Syrian UN envoy welcomes an anti-ISIL resolution.
Fri Aug 15, 2014 9:40PM
The UN Security Council adopts a resolution against the ISIL Takfiri militants in Syria and Iraq.
Militant commander Sharif As-Safouri operating in Syria
A militant commander operating in Syria has said in a newly-released video that he was in league with the Israeli regime in exchange for military and medical support.
In a video uploaded to YouTube earlier this week, Sharif As-Safouri, a commander of the so-called Free Syrian Army, confessed to having entered Israel five times to meet with Israeli military officials who later supplied him with anti-tank weapons and light arms, the Times of Israel reported on Wednesday.
The video was uploaded by the terrorists from the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front who had kidnapped Safouri in Quneitra, southern Syria, near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights on July 22.
“The [opposition] factions would receive support and send the injured in [to Israel] on condition that the Israeli fence area is secured. No person was allowed to come near the fence without prior coordination with Israel authorities,” he said in the video.
Safouri further said that he had been given an Israeli cellular phone during his first meeting with an Israeli officer named Ashraf.
Following the meetings, the Tel Aviv regime began providing Safouri and his fellow militants with “basic medical support and clothes” as well as weapons, including 10 RPG launchers with 47 rockets and 48,000 5.56-millimeter bullets.
The Israeli regime has been among the major supporters of the Takfiri terrorist groups operating against the Syrian government since March 2011.
In April, Kamal al-Labwani, a leader of the so-called Syrian National Coalition (SNC), said that a coalition with Tel Aviv is the only way to oust the Syrian government, adding that the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad is among Israel’s main interests in Syria.
The Geopolitics of Gas and the Syrian Crisis: Syrian “Opposition” Armed to Thwart Construction of Iran-Iraq-Syria Gas Pipeline
In the apt expression of F. William Engdahl, «Natural gas is the flammable ingredient that is fueling this insane scramble for energy in the region.» A battle is raging over whether pipelines will go toward Europe from east to west, from Iran and Iraq to the Mediterranean coast of Syria, or take a more northbound route from Qatar and Saudi Arabia via Syria and Turkey. Having realized that the stalled Nabucco pipeline, and indeed the entire Southern Corridor, are backed up only by Azerbaijan’s reserves and can never equal Russian supplies to Europe or thwart the construction of the South Stream, the West is in a hurry to replace them with resources from the Persian Gulf. Syria ends upbeing a key link in this chain, and it leans in favor of Iran and Russia; thus it was decided in the Western capitals that its regime needs to change. The fight for «democracy» is a false flag thrown out to cover up totally different aims.
· Apostates rule Saudi Arabia’
Egypt should be a pariah state for its bloody crackdown on dissent:
According to a meticulous, year-long investigation carried out by the group, the administration's ally in Cairo is guilty of the "world's largest killings of demonstrators in a single day in recent history" and deserves prosecution for crimes against humanity.
Why Obama Wants Maliki Removed
By Mike Whitney
The Obama administration is pushing for regime change in Iraq on the basis that current prime minister Nouri al Maliki is too sectarian. The fact is, however, that Maliki’s abusive treatment of Sunnis never factored into Washington’s decision to have him removed. Whether he has been “too sectarian” or not is completely irrelevant. The real reason he’s under attack is because he wouldn’t sign the Status of Forces Agreement in 2011. He refused to grant immunity to the tens of thousands of troops the administration wanted to leave in Iraq following the formal withdrawal. That’s what angered Washington. That’s why the administration wants Maliki replaced…………………………….’
‘………This is just the camel’s nose under the tent. There’s no doubt that the administration’s ultimate objective is to put US “boots back on the ground” which, by the way, is the reason why Obama is allowing the terrorist militia (ISIS) to seize 30 percent of the Iraqi landmass, capture the nation’s second biggest city, and move to within 50 miles of Baghdad without lifting a finger to help. It’s because Obama wants to create a pretext for boosting troop levels in the country. What better way to redeploy thousands of US combat troops to Iraq, then to scare Iraqi policymakers into submission with visions of bloodthirsty terrorists (ISIS) lopping off heads and slitting throats at every opportunity. It’s all about persuasion. (Note: It’s easy to see that–while ISIS may not be directly under US control–its presence in Iraq certainly serves Washington’s overall strategic aims. ) This is just the camel’s nose under the tent. There’s no doubt that the administration’s ultimate objective is to put US “boots back on the ground” which, by the way, is the reason why Obama is allowing the terrorist militia (ISIS) to seize 30 percent of the Iraqi landmass, capture the nation’s second biggest city, and move to within 50 miles of Baghdad without lifting a finger to help. It’s because Obama wants to create a pretext for boosting troop levels in the country. What better way to redeploy thousands of US combat troops to Iraq, then to scare Iraqi policymakers into submission with visions of bloodthirsty terrorists (ISIS) lopping off heads and slitting throats at every opportunity. It’s all about persuasion. (Note: It’s easy to see that–while ISIS may not be directly under US control–its presence in Iraq certainly serves Washington’s overall strategic aims. )
‘………….Ulrich said, “It’s very interesting that ISIL has captured towns and regions that have been vital for the US policy in the region — one is the oil-rich [region], America’s training and funding of Kurds, and Israel in fact started training of the Kurds in 2005 and the thinking that oil from Iraq would go to Israel, and it’s happening.”….
“I don’t believe for a moment that America has given up the idea of having Iraq and Syria and Iran under its full control,” the independent researcher and writer empathized.” (“‘US raises ISIL specter to stay in Iraq’”, Press TV) …………’
‘……… The United States does not want a strong, independent Iraq. The US wants oil. The US wants power. The US wants Arabs killing Arabs.
Iraq and Endless War
By Robert C. Koehler
This is telegenic brutality. It's just what the U.S. war machine needs to justify the next all-out assault on Iraq.
another Zionist political bitch assisting Israel’s plan to create a new Kurdistan by splitting up ancient Iraq. All taking their orders from shitty Israel to give arms to Zionist Barzani’s Kurds. I wonder how many of these ISIS killers are of Kurdish origins doing Israel’s terrorist bidding
Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke out about Iraq, echoing the sentiments of her foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, that in the case of Iraq, Germany may reconsider its traditional ban on exporting weapons to active conflict zones.
The Russian company Lukoil and the Oil Exploration Company of Iraq have signed a memorandum on gas exploration in the Western Euphrates block in Iraq. Until now, the Russian company has participated only in oil extraction projects in Iraq.
The decision on signing a final contract will be made ??after a thorough evaluation of the block, said Lukoil. The company hopes to find major reserves there.
Thanks to China’s insatiable appetite for oil—last year it passed the U.S. as the world’s largest importer—the country has become Iraq’s top trading partner. After Iraq turned peaceful post-war, China’s state-run oil giants rushed to sign Iraqi contracts. They were largely low-margin, unprofitable deals, but the Chinese need crude and were willing to accept meager deals that other countries weren’t. There are now 10,000 Chinese oil workers in the country.
As the situation in Iraq worsens, China is showing increasing consternation. And while authorities have mainly issued broad statements of concern, it’s no secret what worries those in charge in Beijing: the risks the crisis could pose to its Iraqi-sourced oil supply and China’s three petro-majors, all active in the country.
‘………….Described as “having played a leading role in enhancing the EU’s support to the countries in the Southern Mediterranean which are undergoing a democratic transition”, 49-year-old Léon is mainly known for serving as foreign policy adviser to Spain’s former prime minister Jose Luis Zapatero.
However, so far all mainstream media outlets are reluctant to reveal another major fact about the Spanish diplomat, namely his membership of the , Bernardino Léon also attended the annual top secret meetings of the group…………………….’
‘…………In the above screenshot we find Léon right below Henry Kissinger, the former US Secretary of State who in April 2011 stated that the US should launch a ground invasion of Libya and should keep the war running for at least another year (adding that “military men are just dumb, stupid, animals to be used as pawns in Foreign Policy”). On another occasion Kissinger declared: “We have no permanent friends and no permanent enemies, we only have permanent interests”.
And the interests of the West, represented by the power elite members of the Bilderberg Group, in Libya are plenty, as are the reasons why the West urgently needed to get rid of Africa’s hero Muammar Gaddafi. The question if a member of the Bilderberg Group will be able to establish peace in warn-torn Libya – a war orchestrated long time ago by this very group – is beyond rhetorical.