Il ne s'agit pas ici de defendre ni les pantins des Al Assad, ni les faux opposants comme Ghalioune ou Riyad Al Assad aux mains de Tel Aviv, mais bien le peuple Musulman syrien qui demande uniquement des armes pour se defaire de l'emprise des accords de Sykes-Picot.
Chose qui ni Israel ni les occidentaux ne tolerent d'ou le declenchement de la guerre en plein Damas, sur le model de l'invasion libyenne ou la encore le peuple a rejeté en masse l'ingerence coloniale des terroristes occidentaux et d'Israel. Les operations sont attribuées a 'Al Qaeda' mais ce sont bien les commandos de l'OTAN qui massacrent, tuent des deux cotés (gouvernement, population manifestant pacifiquement) pour declencher une guerre civile generalisée et le demantelement de la Syrie, ou le peuple subira encore le plus de pertes, plus de 130 000 morts en Libye, combien en Syrie ? Les memes methodes sataniques sont utilisées pour duper le peuple et lui faire payer le prix fort.
PRENEZ VOS PRECAUTIONS DANS ABSOLUMENT TOUT LE SUD DE LA FRANCE MAIS AILLEURS EGALEMENT. NOS SOURCES NOUS CONFIRMENT QU'IL N'Y A PAS UN TUEUR, MAIS DES EQUIPES DE TUEURS, ELLES NE SAVENT PAS COMBIEN EXACTEMENT CAR ELLES PENSENT QUE CES OPERATIONS NE SONT QUE LE DEBUT DE PLUS VASTES OPERATIONS TERRORISTES LIEES AUX EVENEMENTS INTERNATIONAUX (GRECE, SYRIE). CES TUEURS, SNIPERS, A CAMERAS, SONT ISSUS DES FORCES ARMEES INTEGREES AUX RESEAUX TERRORISTES CLANDESTINS DE L'OTAN, OU CEUX CLANDESTINS DE LA J-TASK FORCE DU PENTAGON QUI 'FILMENT LEURS EXPLOITS'.
Terrorists in Syria launch a heavy offensive against government security forces in Damascus following an attempt to assassinate a top general.Several news agencies are now reporting that the Syria’s armed terrorist groups have launched a heavy offensive in Damascus against government forces.
The fresh attacks come following a string of bombings targeting government buildings and critical infrastructure that have been attributed to Al-Qaeda.
A Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) humanitarian group reports that the new round of attacks have led to the death of 18 government soldiers within the last 24 hours.
The group is known to be a propaganda front for the British government, that the Syria government has repeatedly charged with spreading false information, so in most likelihood the number of government forces killed is likely to be much higher.
Even given the likely bias of the SOHR report, they report that heavy fighting broke out after rebel forces emerged from a neighborhood and began firing RPGs at the house of a top Syria general in an attempt to assassinate him.
Clearly, such an attack against the US or any of its allies would be considered a terrorist attack but there are no such references in the corporate media reporting.
The guerrilla warfare attacks were launched in the heart of the capital were Syria troops are deployed in high concentrations.
The attacks mark a change in tactics for the rebels who have shied away from attacks in this location in the past.
The leader of the terrorist rebels, who is now running command and control from Turkey in cooperation with NATO, refused to comment on today’s attacks saying it was a sensitive military matter.
This is also a change from the rebels previous operational procedures.
In the past the rebel terrorists would confirm or deny any attacks and give western media detailed information about attacks they confirmed.
Considering these new tactics and operation procedures it can not be ruled out that the attacks were carried out by foreign special force commandos working covertly in Syria to fuel unrest.
Russia Today reports:
Heavy firefights erupt in Damascus(RT) – Syrian security forces have raided a den of armed terrorists in a house in western Damascus, state media reports. The fighting lasted for two hours with grenade blasts and machine gun fire being heard from the district of al-Mezzeh, witnesses say
Syrian security forces have raided a den of armed terrorists in a house in western Damascus, state media reports. The fighting lasted for two hours with grenade blasts and machine gun fire being heard from the district of al-Mezzeh, witnesses say.
Local civilians had been evacuated to safety before the raid, state news agency SANA reported. Two insurgents have been killed while another one captured as government security forces stormed the building. According to the independent Al Ekhbariya tv channel, three terrorists were killed in the operation.
The clash resulted in at least one death of a law enforcement officer, while three more were injured in a shoot-out, reports say.
According to earlier eyewitness reports, fighting broke out between opposition groups and state security forces in the Syrian capital on Monday morning.
The embattled neighborhood is heavily guarded and holds several government security installations. It has previously paid host to large anti-Assad protests.
“There is fighting near Hamada supermarket and the sound of explosions there and elsewhere in the neighborhood. Security police have blocked several side streets and the street lighting has been cut off,” a housewife who lives in the area said to Reuters earlier.
Damascus has been largely free of daily fire fights since the uprising against Assad began a year ago. Rebels, who are active in the suburbs, rarely attack in the capital where Assad’s troops are deployed.
Free Syrian Army leader, Colonel Riad al-Asaad, refused to comment on the fighting in Damascus when contacted by AP. “This is a sensitive military matter that we cannot comment about,” he said from Turkey.
Michael Hughes, journalist and foreign policy strategist for the US-based New World Strategies Coalition, thinks the fire fight in Damascus is “a major turning point.”
“It’s a positive for the opposition that they are able to fight to Damascus; the downside is that when civilians get killed then the opposition is as much to blame as the Assad regime,” he said.
The fighting comes off the back of several bomb blasts in the Syrian capital and the country’s second city Aleppo over the weekend.
A car bomb exploded in a residential district of Aleppo on Sunday, killing two people and wounding a further 30. Meanwhile, in Damascus 27 people were left dead on Saturday after twin explosions targeted security installations in the city.
The Syrian government has branded the explosions as “terrorist attacks”, whereas opposition rebels point the finger at Assad’s regime, accusing them of trying to discredit rebel groups.
Funerals were held in Damascus on Sunday to mourn the deaths of those who perished in the explosions. Police reportedly intervened in the event, beating and arresting people when activists started shouting “the people want to topple the regime”.
Humanitarian crisis deepensThe Red Cross says the humanitarian situation in Syria is deteriorating and needs an urgent solution.
“Our assessment, unfortunately, is that the humanitarian situation is most likely to deteriorate,” Jakob Kellenberger, the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross, told Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov during their meeting on Monday.
Russia and the Red Cross are calling on the Syrian government and the opposition to agree on daily humanitarian ceasefires.
The ICRC wants the Syrian Government to allow more humanitarian aid access for people in the conflict zones.
Kellenberger called for daily two-hour ceasefires, which he says are necessary for medical evacuations and delivery of aid those in need.From ABC news:
In response to the recent bombings, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon also called for a ceasefire and offered his condolences to the bereaved families.
A UN technical mission entered Syria on Friday to assess the humanitarian situation and discuss the establishment of international monitors in the violence-torn country. The mission will cover 15 cities, and the subsequent report on the humanitarian needs of the Syrian people will be submitted to the United Nations.
The international community’s efforts to curtail the spiraling violence in Syria have yet to yield palpable results, with both the regime and opposition leaders refusing to open a dialogue.
The year-long conflict in Syria has claimed more than 8,000 lives according to UN estimations. Assad’s regime blames terrorists and armed groups for the unrest and says that 2,000 security forces have been killed since the conflict began.
Clashes Rock Syrian Capital Amid Insurgency FearsSyrian rebels battled regime forces Monday in a heavily protected, upscale area of Damascus, activists said, in a sign that the country’s outgunned opposition is increasingly turning to insurgent tactics.
At least three people were killed in the firefight, which was the most serious clash in the Syrian capital since the uprising began a year ago. The battle with machine guns and automatic rifles brought the country’s violent conflict to the streets of a neighborhood that houses embassies and senior government officials.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which has a network of activists throughout the country, said 18 government troops were wounded in the fighting and two later were believed to have died.
Rami Abdul-Rahman, who heads the Observatory, described the clash “as the most violent of its kind and closest to security centers in Damascus since the revolution began.”
He said several “armed groups of defectors” came from one of the suburbs and fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the house of an army brigadier general. They then entered a building where they were chased by security forces.
Due to restrictions on journalists in Syria, it was impossible to reconcile the two accounts. Since the start of the uprising against President Bashar Assad, the regime has referred to its opponents as terrorists and insisted the revolt is driven by a foreign conspiracy, not popular will.
A resident of the Mazzeh district of western Damascus said Monday’s two-hour clash began with an exchange of fire from automatic rifles and machine guns, and ended about 4 a.m. local time.
“We also heard three strong explosions,” said the man, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of government reprisal.
He added that the clash was close to the Swiss Embassy and the home of Maj. Gen. Assef Shawkat, the deputy chief of staff for security affairs, who is married to Assad’s sister.
Armed rebels are active in Damascus suburbs and satellite towns but rarely venture into the heart of the capital, where Assad’s troops are deployed in force.
An activist in the capital said the clashes were near the Political Security Directorate building. He said the clashes were followed by raids by security forces, who were searching for the attackers.
The Local Coordination Committees activist group reported a heavy presence of security troops as well as pro-government gunmen known as shabiha in Mazzeh. It said many police vehicles were patrolling the area.
The rebel Free Syrian Army, which includes thousands of army defectors, has claimed responsibility in the past for attacks against regime forces.
The group’s leader, Col. Riad al-Asaad, refused to comment on the fighting in Damascus when contacted by The Associated Press by telephone.
“This is a sensitive military matter that we cannot comment about,” he said from Turkey.
Source: ABC News