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The article completely ignored the Levant basin, its gas reserves and the collapse of the Eurozone factoring in all of this.

Gazprom due to the delay in the Nabucco project is gaining dominance over the energy sector in Europe which gives it significant power over the prices at which to sell the gas, however, due to the economic downward spiral, that is something Europe can't afford to be at the mercy of Gazprom so with as gas reserves as collosal in the Levant Basin and with economic/financial desperation driving the US/NATO objectives, it is worth the risk to undermine Russia, to gain control over Syria.

Its already happening especially with the recent Hilary Clinton warning, the NATO/US alliance are notorious for not upholding their agreements and stabbing their allies in the back.

The article had contradictions in it, it predicts that nothing will happen before the US presidential elections or next yet admits the current covert warfare strategies are unsustainable due to the possible collapse of the supply routes in Lebanon and Turkey.

The article ignored that Turkey is a major stakeholder in the rival project of Gazprom which Nabucco who can only gain a competitive edge over it if Iran's natural resources and the Levant Basin are captured by it and its control.

It may be a major customer of Gazprom but that becomes secondary when a chance of self sufficiency is on the horizon.

Its to early to say if it'll happen or not because a major false flag can change things in an instant.

The Levant Basin as well as Syria being a host to the storage facility for the Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline must not be underestimated.

Syria is too much of a flash point due to the Russians being on alert as the article said, Iran instead could become the target first due to Israel's past war rhetoric thatit could attack pre emptively without international approval or consent.

Syria is a potential albeit likely trigger point for world war three (hadiths supporting this possbility must be taken as the utmost source of information we have), not Iran IF the Zionists can deter the Strait of Hormuz closure...(the Fifth fleet has long been preparing for this scenario).

In the case of a major false flag, there's also the possibility that a war on multiple fronts may be launched in the aftermath, i.e Syria and Iran being attacked the same time

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still no war? I thougt nato is going to invade syria in 48 hours and some people was worry about this.


Alhumdulilah, its a good thing for us to be wrong about this sort of thing, debka can't be trusted especially after that little cry wolf moment

Edit, apologies for the typing errors, just want to clarify something typed earlier in this post that I meant to write that its too early to say when it'll happen or if it'll happen this year or not. Also forgot to mention that Turkey is due to host Nabucco's storage facilities

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What matters most above all because just realized the above was a bit dehumanising that our brothers and sisters in Syria and Iran prepare for what's going on and know the full backdrop of this even if all this might just be a tip of the iceberg so they aren't caught up in the divide and conquer tactics of the zionists.

Its important for us all to know that its wrong, regardless of what their going to do or when their going to do it.

Ultimately its more of the Ummah being targeted, more parts of the body (which the Ummah essentially is) being targeted and being subjected to pain, if your reaction to it all is 'feverish' then that's exactly how it should be as per hadith.

Its important that we don't allow the media to desentisize us where the human cost has become a mere statistic.

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Can I ask why Press Tv website hasn't mentioned the defection of Manaf Tlass yet? It's been a few days now. Isn't it supposed to be a news site. The story was major news every where else.


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so why people moan this time that they wont start a war?

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Who are those moaning, bit confused by what you mean?

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Annan says agreement reached with Assad


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By Albert Aji, Associated Press, 9 june 2012.

Damascus, Syria (AP) — International envoy Kofi Annan raised hopes of a revived peace effort in Syria, saying he has reached a framework with President Bashar Assad and would hold talks with rebel leaders. Annan was traveling to Damascus' key ally Iran later Monday for talks with leaders there.

Annan is the architect of an international plan to end Syria's 16-month-old crisis, which started with largely peaceful protests calling for reforms but has since transformed into a bloody insurgency to topple Assad. With violence growing increasingly intense and diplomatic efforts faltering, Annan has said Iran must be a part of a solution to a conflict that activists say has killed at least 14,000 people.

"We agreed on an approach which I will share with the armed opposition," Annan told reporters following a two-hour meeting with Assad which he described as "candid and constructive."

"I also stressed the importance of moving ahead with a political dialogue which the president accepts," he said. Annan did not disclose details of the framework he reached with Assad.

Iranian state TV said Annan will be traveling to Tehran for meetings later Monday.

In an interview with the French daily Le Monde on Saturday, Annan acknowledged that the international community's efforts to find a political solution to the escalating violence in Syria have failed. He added that more attention needed to be paid to the role of longtime Syrian ally Iran, saying Tehran "should be part of the solution."

It is unclear what role Annan envisions for Iran, a staunch Syrian ally that has stood by Assad throughout the uprising. Tehran's close ties could make it an interlocutor with the regime, though the U.S. has often refused to let the Islamic Republic attend conferences about the Syria crisis.

Annan's six-point peace plan was to begin with a cease-fire in mid-April between government forces and rebels seeking to topple Assad, to be followed by political dialogue. But the truce never took hold, and almost 300 U.N. observers sent to monitor the cease-fire are now confined to their hotels because of the escalating violence.

"President Assad reassured me of the government's commitment to the six-point plan which, of course, we should move ahead to implement in a much better fashion than has been the situation so far," Annan told reporters Monday.

Despite agreeing to a series of peace proposals in the past 16 months, the Syrian regime has repeatedly ignored its commitments and instead continued to wage a brutal crackdown on dissent. The rebels have also stepped up their attacks against government troops, dealing heavy losses among their ranks.

Anna said his team in Syria will follow up on the agreement reached with Assad.

"I also encourage governments and other entities with influence to have a similar effort," he added.

Assad insisted in an interview aired Sunday that he would continue fighting the "terrorists" in his country, a term Syrian officials use to refer to rebels.

"As long as you have terrorism and as long as the dialogue didn't work, you have to fight the terrorism. You cannot keep just making dialogue while they are killing your people and your army," he said in the interview with German broadcaster ARD.

The 46-year-old Assad who has ruled Syria since taking over from his father in 2000 also, accused the U.S. of fueling the uprising.

The U.S. is partnering with those "terrorists ... with weapons, money or public and political support at the United Nations," Assad said. "They offer the umbrella and political support to those gangs to ... destabilize Syria."

Karam reported from Beirut.

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Things are heating up with more threats made by Hilary Clinton recently, Putin has also made it clear he won't allow another Libya like foreign intervention and the Russians reportedly sending a warship to Syria that has previously been sent there to patrol Syrian waters in recent months: -

Russia sends warship to Syrian port

Tue, 10 Jul 2012 14:13:32 GMT

A Russian warship from Black Sea fleet has been dispatched to the Syrian port of Tartus following Moscow’s support of the Syrian government of President Bashar Al-Assad.

Destroyer Smetlivy was leaving the Black Sea port of Sevastopol on Tuesday morning, an unnamed source in the Russian Navy told Reuters.

"The vessel has gone to sea, I cannot tell you anything else," said Vyacheslav Trukhachyov, a spokesman for Russia's Black Sea Fleet.

The destroyer patrolled waters off the coast of Syria in April and May.

The dispatch came one day after Russian President Vladimir Putin warned against any foreign military intervention in Syria.

"Putin said instead of using a "rocket-bomb democracy" to topple President Assad, all sides must be urged to negotiate and find a peaceful political solution."

The Russian president also accused the West of being in breach of international law under the pretext of "so-called humanitarian operations" in Syria.

http://edition.presstv.ir/mobile/detail.aspx?id=250243

Putin raps West for unilateral bids

Tue, 10 Jul 2012 03:15:28 GMT

http://edition.presstv.ir/mobile/detail.aspx?id=250167

Another source for Putins speech and a quote from it: -

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But Putin has criticized the military action that followed as a “medieval crusade” and
made clear he will not allow the Security Council to repeat such action over the conflict
in Syria.


http://sfluxe.com/2012/07/10/russias-putin-says-the-west-is-on-the-decline-todays-most-interesting-news/

Hilary Clintons threat but is downplayed here even though she referred to a regional context as well: - http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/07/08/225166.html

Dr Webster Tarpleys analysis in the wake of the above developments except the warship one: - http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/10/250235/nato-after-regime-change-in-syria/

Putin made a point to highlight the decline of the west, if anything its an opportunity for Russia to 'settle the score'

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An update on Russia sending a warship, its actually a naval flotilla on a training mission: -

‘Russian warships dispatched to Syria’

Wed, 11 Jul 2012 04:35:43 GMT

Russia has reportedly sent a naval flotilla led by destroyer-class warship Smetlivy to
Syrian Mediterranean port of Tartous on a training mission. According to Russian military sources, the flotilla, including two destroyers and three
amphibious landing vessels, started their mission from the Russia’s Arctic port of
Severomorsk to Tartus. "Russia’s Interfax news agency quoted a military source as saying that the ships'
mission had nothing to do with the ongoing unrest in the Middle Eastern country."
“The ships were carrying marines on a training mission as well as food, water and fuel
for Russia's naval maintenance and repair base in Syria's Mediterranean port of
Tartous,” the source said on condition of anonymity. Tartous is Russia’s sole naval base outside the former Soviet Union and Moscow
dispatches its warships there regularly. The reports say the Russian vessels were scheduled to reach the Turkish straits on
Wednesday morning to continue their mission to waters off Syria. The destroyer Smetlivy patrolled the waters off the coast of Syria in April and May.

http://edition.presstv.ir/mobile/detail.aspx?id=250341

Russia offers resolution on Syria to UN

Wed, 11 Jul 2012 04:27:05 GMT

http://edition.presstv.ir/mobile/detail.aspx?id=250338

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Things are moving apace in Syria. Just wanted to let you know. Keep an eye on things. Hopefully within a month or so it'll be all over. I hope so.

The Syrian ambassador to Iraq has defected and given an exclusive statement to Al Jazeera:

http://blogs.aljazeera.com/topic/syria/ ... esignation

Here is a video in Arabic:

http://yallasouriya.wordpress.com/2012/ ... r-to-iraq/

Also after the top Sunni, General Manaf Tlass defected 1200 of his men from his brigade (brigade 105) are reported to have defected. The rest of the brigade was absorbed into Maher Assad's brigade.

Russia is hedging it's bets now as it probably no longer believes the regime can weather the storm. Previously it believed it could survive and backed it to the full. Maybe these Russian ships heading to Syria may be to evacuate Russians?

On the ground the regime seems to be taking a beating. Losing men and tanks at an unsustainable rate.

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This is breaking news: -

Russia threatens to veto Syria sanctions

Thu, 12 Jul 2012 15:43:51 GMT

Russia says it will veto a US-backed UN draft resolution which calls for more sanctions against Syria, declaring a "red line" against sanctions.

Britain, the United States, France and Germany have been calling for sanctions against
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government under Chapter VII of the UN Charter.

Russia, which has already vetoed two anti-Syria resolutions at the Security Council along
with China -- another permanent member of the council -- remains firmly against sanctions on Damascus.

http://edition.presstv.ir/mobile/detail.aspx?id=250594

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Syria unrest: 'Massacre leaves 200 dead' in Tremseh Government troops reportedly attacked Tremseh with tanks and helicopters'

13 July 2012


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Some 200 people have been killed in an attack on the Syrian village of Tremseh, opposition activists say.

If confirmed, it would be the bloodiest single event in the Syrian conflict.

Residents said the village, in Hama province, was attacked with helicopter gunships and tanks, and later by the pro-government Shabiha militia, who carried out execution-style killings.

State media blamed "terrorist groups" who were trying to raise tension ahead of a key UN Security Council meeting.

The mandate for the UN's observer mission to Syria expires on 20 July.

Some 16,000 people are thought to have been killed since the uprising against Bashar al-Assad's regime began in March 2011.

Individual reports of casualties often cannot be independently verified, as Syria severely restricts journalists' freedom of movement.

High-level defection

Reports suggest the army was trying to take back Tremseh after it had fallen into rebel hands.

The BBC's Jim Muir in Beirut says both sides agreed many people were killed in Tremseh, but have totally different versions of what happened.

Activists say government forces surrounded the village on Thursday morning and heavily bombarded it for several hours, killing many people.

Pro-government militias from nearby Alawite villages then moved in, they said, killing many more villagers and setting fire to houses. Others who tried to flee through fields were also gunned down, the activists said.

One activist, named Ahmed, told Reuters: "So far, we have 20 victims recorded with names and 60 bodies at a mosque. There are more bodies in the fields, bodies in the rivers and in houses... People were trying to flee from the time the shelling started and whole families were killed trying to escape."

Activists have posted a video they say shows the bodies of a number of men and boys killed in Tremseh.

Protests condemning the attack have been reported in Damascus, Idlib and Hama.

State media said gunmen from what they termed armed terrorist groups had attacked the village in the morning, shooting dead dozens of people.

The Sana news agency said on Friday: "The bloodthirsty media in collaboration with gangs of armed terrorists massacred residents of Tremseh village... to sway public opinion against Syria and its people and provoke international intervention on the eve of a UN Security Council meeting."


Western nations are pressing the UN to threaten Syria with sanctions as it considers renewing the mandate for its observer mission in Syria.

They want a 10-day ultimatum to be part of a Security Council resolution on the future of the mission. A new resolution must be passed before the mission's mandate ends next Friday.

China and Russia continue to oppose any moves to threaten Damascus with further sanctions ahead of the deadline.

The mission had a 90-day remit to monitor a truce, but fighting has continued largely unabated.

The truce formed part of a six-point peace plan brokered by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan, who has called for "clear consequences" for the Syrian government and rebels if the ceasefire is not observed.

Mr Annan is to travel to Moscow early next week for talks on the Syria crisis, Russian media say.

Earlier on Thursday, Syria's ambassador to Iraq Nawaf Fares announced his defection, following in the footsteps of a former senior general who escaped the country earlier this week.

Iraqi officials have said Mr Fares, who has publicly declared his support for the opposition, is in Qatar.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-18823303

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Deadly Descent: New massacre blame game in Syria


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In response to the Trimseh Massacre
Shaykh Muhammad Al-Yaqoubi

To the wounded people of Syria!

Today a new massacre took place in Trimseh, Hama, in which hundreds were murdered and severly wounded including women, children and the young and elderly. They were mutilated, slaughtered, and executed by the mercenaries of the regime. 150 tanks and squadrons of bomber helicopters surrounded this smal town and assaulted it with an array of shells and bombs. Then the mobs of the regime broke into the city; the result was families being wiped out, men burnt alive, women raped and children slaughtered with knives. We do not find words which suffice to condemn such a level of savagery and wonder if these people are even humans. Is the regime taking revenge from the Syrian people who revolted against it?

As we offer our condolences to the families of the victim, pray for the martyrs and promise that that people's tears, which shed in grief and sorrow at what they witnessed, shall soon turn into tears of joy and rapture at the regime’s fall, the country’s liberation and the trial of every criminal.

O wounded people!

In exchange for our silence, blood is being spilled and lives are being shattered. Today it is Trimseh, tomorrow it will be another town. Henceforth, we must act not merely condemn. This crime requires us to immediately take the following measures:

First, Plant a smile in place of tears:

We call upon every Syrian citizen to make it for Trimseh and the other affected areas and take as much aid as possible. We understand if some ppeople could not take up arms but we do not understand why every person is not moving, even if empty-handed. People in these areas witnessed a level animalistic brutality the likes of which no one in history has seen; soo what these people need now is to see a smile on a face of a noble man or a hug to comfort a child who have lost his entire family.

Second, up to jihad:

The right response to these massacres is not by statements but rather by arms; iron strikes iron. We do not intend to retaliate from innocent people; rather we intend to protect innocent people. We should defend towns, villages and neighbourhoods and the only means to do so is by volunteering into the Syrian Free Army and providing them with unlimitted support.

Finally, One who keeps silent rather than say the truth is a silent Satan. We call for strikes in all cities for three consecutive days, blockades of major roads and to large scale protests. Do not be a devil; to keep silent now is a crime. We call the people to unite and sacrifice everything to bring down the regime with every possible means.

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Syrian rebels create mayhem to blame it on Assad regime


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Reuters has photographic proof that the rebels are using chemical weapons to ethnically cleanse large areas of Syria. The death toll now stands at 719,000.

Reports continue to pour in about the rebels’ use of chemical weapons to ethnically cleanse large areas of Syria. The death toll now stands at 719,000.

Reuters correspondent Seth Kaplan visited twelve of the cities attacked, describing each of them as, “a silent ghost town, with bodies everywhere.” (Video link below. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.)

In each case the Syrian opposition’s dispersal point for the nerve gas was schools, orphanages, day care centers, and other gatherings of children.

The White House is holding the Assad regime responsible, and says NATO will begin bombing within 24 hours.

SOURCE:

Well, there is no source, but this report is just as true as are terrorist claims that Syria’s government yesterday massacred 300 civilians in Treimseh.

The US-backed terrorists make these claims whenever the UN Security Council meets to discuss new sanctions against Syria’s government, as the UNSC is now.

Last Saturday the “Syrian Observatory for Human Rights” (i.e. the corporate media) claimed that the Syrian government massacred 217 people, including women and children, in Homs.

The reality is that even if Assad wanted to leave, he could not, since the Sunni terrorists have vowed to expunge or exterminate all non-Sunnis. This will mean 6.6 million Syrians massacred or driven out.

The terrorists are now condemning Kofi Anan, calling him a servant of Assad, Putin, and Iran.

Did you catch that? The Syrian terrorists on the Western payroll fanatically hate Iran, as do the GCC oil emirates, as do Libyan terrorists.

So how many people were actually “massacred” yesterday in Treimseh? 200? 400? 1,000? ZERO? We don’t know. The corporate media can make any claim it chooses to, knowing the Western masses will believe any lie they are told, and will violently defend their mass stupidity.

What likely happened is that the terrorists lost a major battle with Syria’s government, and during their retreat they practiced a “scorched earth” policy, exterminating anyone they thought might not be sufficiently dedicated to their cause. This may have amounted to only a few civilians in the way as the terrorists fled, but the corporate media has inflated it to a “massacre of 300 civilians” by Syria’s government. The media says Assad used tanks, helicopter gunships, missiles – everything but nuclear weapons.

As proof of all this, the corporate media provides…nothing. But that's okay, because the lies are strengthened by lack of proof. The less evidence, the more gullible the masses. The Jewish holo-hoax has ZERO proof. Hence the hoax is "absolutely true."

The corporate media is an integral part of the Pentagon psy-ops campaign. When the terrorists and the corporate media claim that there are “massacres” inside Syria, these lies legitimize the imperialist campaign outside Syria, while spreading fear and confusion inside Syria.

Below is an article in the UK Guardian that– miraculously – has not yet been purged. [!!] The author says the Syrian “opposition” consists of Western intelligence agencies and the corporate media.

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Now in the media it will represent that muslims are sick in their head. These Saudi funded groups are nothing but criminals, do not confuse them with a real opposition.

But, i think we need to take this article with a pinch of salt, alot of fear mongering in in it.

Its a possibility though, libya under gadaffi's rule, had alot of chemical weapons.

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The terrorists are now condemning Kofi Anan, calling him a servant of Assad, Putin, and Iran.

Did you catch that? The Syrian terrorists on the Western payroll fanatically hate Iran, as do the GCC oil emirates, as do Libyan terrorists.


syrian terrorists?

Is there any need to say more about this article?

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The Zionist Plan for the Middle East

1982, publicated by world zionist organization, 14 february.

yinon plan on wikipedia is only available in french, but also appeared in the commonly known as the "Clean Break" report, 1996*.


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*A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm (commonly known as the "Clean Break" report) is a policy document that was prepared in 1996 by a study group led by Richard Perle for Benjamin Netanyahu, the then Prime Minister of Israel.[1] The report explained a new approach to solving Israel's security problems in the Middle East with an emphasis on "Western values". It has since been criticized for advocating an aggressive new policy including the removal of Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq.

...

"Moving to a Traditional Balance of Power Strategy"

"Israel can shape its strategic environment, in cooperation with Turkey and Jordan, by weakening, containing, and even rolling back Syria. This effort can focus on removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq — an important Israeli strategic objective in its own right — as a means of foiling Syria’s regional ambitions."


"Since Iraq's future could affect the strategic balance in the Middle East profoundly, it would be understandable that Israel has an interest in supporting the Hashemites in their efforts to redefine Iraq,including such measures as: visiting Jordan as the first official state visit, even before a visit to the United States, of the new Netanyahu government; supporting King Hussein by providing him with some tangible security measures to protect his regime against Syrian subversion; encouraging — through influence in the U.S. business community — investment in Jordan to structurally shift Jordan’s economy away from dependence on Iraq; and diverting Syria’s attention by using Lebanese opposition elements to destabilize Syrian control of Lebanon. .. Were the Hashemites to control Iraq, they could use their influence over Najf to help Israel wean the south Lebanese Shia away from Hizballah, Iran, and Syria.

1996




quoted from the yinon plan:

The plan operates on two essential premises. To survive, Israel must 1) become an imperial regional power, and 2) must effect the division of the whole area into small states by the dissolution of all existing Arab states. Small here will depend on the ethnic or sectarian composition of each state. Consequently, the Zionist hope is that sectarian-based states become Israel’s satellites and, ironically, its source of moral legitimation.

1982



entire plan on .pdf:

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/pdf/The%20Zionist%20Plan%20for%20the%20Middle%20East.pdf




The master plan for the Middle East in a nutshell. Oded Yinon an Israeli strategist proposed breaking up Arab countries, to create greater Israel. All the events in the middle east so far indicate that this plan is being carried out in secret.




Is Israel Inciting Genocide Against Alawites as Prelude to Creation of Kosovo-style Enclave in Syria?

12 Jul 2012

Within the past week, fellows at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies have used rather unfortunate analogies to describe the plight of Syria’s besieged Alawite minority.

The comparison of the Alawites to two of the region’s least popular interlopers in Arab and Muslim memory was hardly calculated to endear them to an already resentful Sunni majority.

...


http://www.pacificfreepress.com/opinion/12020-kosovo-treatment-for-syrias-alawite-minority.html

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Bingo! Exactly what i thought, how else will israel gonna controll the region by attacking full countries? What if those countries are destabilized and fallen into various pieces, alot weaker armies, infrastructure and so on.

This is why those zionists are happy to see this ''arab spring''. I'm not gonna predict, but i say a 4 to 6 years. Attack on iran might take place soon, 2013 perhaps.

It could be very well that israel itself will be a kingdom either, but Allah knows best.

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Surviving a storm: Palestinian refugees caught in Syrian crossfire

Palestinian refugees who fled the long struggle in their own region now wearily watch the Syrian civil war unfold. Despite efforts to stay out of the conflict, they still get caught in crossfire, with 17 Palestinians tortured and killed recently.
The Palestinians first reported as killed on Wednesday “were unarmed, and were on their way to visit their families on holiday,” PLA chief-of-staff Major General Mohammad Tareq al-Khadraa says in a statement condemning their deaths.
The PLA is a battalion in the Syrian Army, although technically it remains a military wing of the Palestine Liberation Organization. Following the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, Syria embraced thousands of refugees from Palestine, granting them a full package of civil rights which Palestinians never enjoyed in any other state.
But as the uprising against President Bashar Assad’s regime flared up in March 2011, Syria’s Palestinians found themselves in a tight spot. The opposition urged the refugees to demonstrate against Assad, while the regime clearly expected some support in return for the unprecedented rights granted them. However the Palestinians do not want to take sides in the conflict.
“No matter what and who is at the helm, our safety is guaranteed by law. It’s the people here – and the system – that accept us, not just a leader or regime,” Abdelghani Halilo, a member of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, told RT.
The PLA chief attributes the recent killings of the 17 men to “armed terrorist groups” – a term President Assad uses to refer to the rebel fighters – and links them to Western and Israeli agendas, reports Syria’s official news agency SANA. This view is shared by many of the half a million Palestinians living in Syria.
“They wanted to both weaken the regime and spread despair among Palestinians in order to make them give up fighting for their rights to get occupied lands back,” Anwar Raja from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine told RT.
The incident, following the assassination of a Hamas leader in June, has raised fresh concerns amongst the Palestinian community in Syria that they are being targeted deliberately so as to upset their neutral position.
“This all is a Syrian affair. We are focused on protecting our own camps. But this ‘opposition’ has wanted to drag us down since the beginning. Now we can see they use all possible tools,” Yaser Tamim of the Palestinian Cultural Center told RT. “It is stupid to think this will succeed. We are guests here. Nothing can happen to make us change our position.”
Palestinians know only too well where choosing sides in an internal conflict may lead to. In 1990, thousands of them were expelled from Kuwait for having supported Saddam Hussein during his invasion – and then again from Iraq when he was toppled.
Syria’s Palestinians do not wish to gamble their rights to hold property or get government jobs either. They are concerned that if Assad is ousted, no other foreign state will treat them as regular citizens or even host them as refugees. But concerns of tomorrow are now getting outpaced by today’s heat. With persistent attempts from both warring sides to drag them in, Palestinians fear getting caught in the crossfire.

http://www.rt.com/news/palestinian-refu ... sfire-196/

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State TV; can you reply on this?


Surviving a storm: Palestinian refugees caught in Syrian crossfire

Palestinian refugees who fled the long struggle in their own region now wearily watch the Syrian civil war unfold. Despite efforts to stay out of the conflict, they still get caught in crossfire, with 17 Palestinians tortured and killed recently.
The Palestinians first reported as killed on Wednesday “were unarmed, and were on their way to visit their families on holiday,” PLA chief-of-staff Major General Mohammad Tareq al-Khadraa says in a statement condemning their deaths.
The PLA is a battalion in the Syrian Army, although technically it remains a military wing of the Palestine Liberation Organization. Following the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, Syria embraced thousands of refugees from Palestine, granting them a full package of civil rights which Palestinians never enjoyed in any other state.
But as the uprising against President Bashar Assad’s regime flared up in March 2011, Syria’s Palestinians found themselves in a tight spot. The opposition urged the refugees to demonstrate against Assad, while the regime clearly expected some support in return for the unprecedented rights granted them. However the Palestinians do not want to take sides in the conflict.
“No matter what and who is at the helm, our safety is guaranteed by law. It’s the people here – and the system – that accept us, not just a leader or regime,” Abdelghani Halilo, a member of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, told RT.
The PLA chief attributes the recent killings of the 17 men to “armed terrorist groups” – a term President Assad uses to refer to the rebel fighters – and links them to Western and Israeli agendas, reports Syria’s official news agency SANA. This view is shared by many of the half a million Palestinians living in Syria.
“They wanted to both weaken the regime and spread despair among Palestinians in order to make them give up fighting for their rights to get occupied lands back,” Anwar Raja from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine told RT.
The incident, following the assassination of a Hamas leader in June, has raised fresh concerns amongst the Palestinian community in Syria that they are being targeted deliberately so as to upset their neutral position.
“This all is a Syrian affair. We are focused on protecting our own camps. But this ‘opposition’ has wanted to drag us down since the beginning. Now we can see they use all possible tools,” Yaser Tamim of the Palestinian Cultural Center told RT. “It is stupid to think this will succeed. We are guests here. Nothing can happen to make us change our position.”
Palestinians know only too well where choosing sides in an internal conflict may lead to. In 1990, thousands of them were expelled from Kuwait for having supported Saddam Hussein during his invasion – and then again from Iraq when he was toppled.
Syria’s Palestinians do not wish to gamble their rights to hold property or get government jobs either. They are concerned that if Assad is ousted, no other foreign state will treat them as regular citizens or even host them as refugees. But concerns of tomorrow are now getting outpaced by today’s heat. With persistent attempts from both warring sides to drag them in, Palestinians fear getting caught in the crossfire.

http://www.rt.com/news/palestinian-refu ... sfire-196/


I consider this be more truth, syria has indeed always given the palestinians more right. And now they're being killed, by who? Certainly not Assad, he has given them rights to live in syria.

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