April 26, 2016
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The Syrian High Negotiations Committee is Saudi-made. Some reports show that Saudi Arabia’s intervention and support for terror in Syria are nothing compared to the estimated tens of billions of dollars spent by the Saudi regime to topple Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad by recruiting terrorists and purchasing weapons needed for the five-year war on Syria.
Most of the leaders and high-ranking figures of the so-called Syrian Opposition are living with their families in Saudi Arabia. Dozens of them stay in five-star hotels in the kingdom and abroad at the Saudi Intelligence Organisation’s expenses. The 200.000-euro gift awarded to each one who attended the recent Riyadh Conference was published and admitted by HNC members themselves and reported by news agencies.
Add to that salaries, among other facilities which are secret or concealed, all this boils down to: killing Syrians and destroying Syria. In fact, there are two kinds of external support to terrorists in Syria. One is financial provided by Saudis, Qataris, UAE, Kuwait and to some extent previously, some western countries. The second is logistic, which is securing and facilitating the flow of mercenaries, foreign fighters and terrorists entering Syria from all over the world.
Among the facilities are the 900-km open borders with Turkey in the north. The borders are under direct supervision of Erdogan and his security organisations, whereas in the south, terrorists enter through Jordan, Eastward Iraq, and to a lesser degree in the West, Lebanon. All this is financially covered by Saudia Arabia’s petro-dollars.
Therefore, the participation of terrorists, such as Jaysh Al Islam, in peace talks depends primarily on the US attitude and support. As you know, this faction is an indispensable terrorist tool of one of the main players and powers given the plot to destroy Syria. It is Saudia Arabia which invested tens of billions of dollars in terror projects and spurred on tens of thousands of mercenary fighters into Syria, naming them ‘Syrian Rebels’ at times and ‘Freedom Fighters’ at other times. In the process, the Saudi regime resorted to the power of its own media the world over.
Thus far, Jayshu al Islam has showed up in Geneva through their representative Mohamad Alloush.” As a member of the Syrian internal opposition delegation to Geneva 3 conference, I personally complained to Mr. Stephan De Mistura about the presence of the terrorist leader Alloush at the peace talks. The event took place during our second meeting with the UN special envoy. I told de Mistura: ” How come the top diplomats of the UN receive killers and terrorists in UN buildings?”. I carried on saying: “This will affect the credibility and reputation of the International Organization. Alloush had burned little children alive inside the ovens. He also threw some others from high buildings, caged civilians as human shields in metal framed open air prisons on buildings roofs, beheaded people, raped little girls and shelled civilians with mortars in Damascus. Moreover, he is responsible for shelling the Russian Embassy in Damascus, along with his late terrorist brother Zaharn Alloush, a Saudi Sharia University Graduate, who was killed later by a Syrian army air-raid.”
The United States, along with its allies, excluded this faction from the terror Jordanian-prepared list, and he is there because of the American-Saudi coverage, as has been the case with all other terrorists who are landing in, and taking off, from European airports, under direct coverage, sponsorship and knowledge of the EU security forces. The latest Brussels’ attacks revealed horrible data regarding this collusion.
Many leaks and reports show that most of these Jihadist and Islamic factions are American-made tools to invade and destabilize other countries as a new way of war tactics called proxy war without using their US and western soldiers on the soil. They mainly remind us of the late Osama Bin Laden as the most famous CIA Jihadist agent. This also brings to mind another version of this intervention in South America in the eighties. The plot was known then as “Contras”.
At this point, it makes no difference whether or not this horrible faction, Jaysh Al Islam, admitted using chemical weapons or even nuclear ones given that the operator and the security council members are the same. I believe that it is incumbent on the international community, particularly the superpowers Russia and China, to act and protect humanity.
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