By Dr. Raghda Mardini
Translated By David Bishop
6 January 2013
Edited by Daye Lee
Syria - Tishreen - Original Article (Arabic)
When the killing and bloodshed stop, the big question remains — what are the agents of the U.S.-Israeli devil instigating on Syrian soil?
We flip through scenes from the bloody chapters that always end in the annihilation of innocents. The story races against the clock and announces the policy of systematic destruction, as directed by Zionist interests, in the latest cycle of exporting terrorism to Syria. Accompanying these scenes are NATO's deployment of Patriot missiles in Turkey — NATO, which facilitated, trained and embraced the conspiracy against Syria — and the enormous sums for which the U.S. Congress called the Obama administration to account. Part of these the sums were allocated to what was called the "Doha coalition," while the larger part went to the al-Nusra Front, a faction of al-Qaida.
Al-Nusra had not been appropriated much relevance in the media until Washington announced that it had designated the organization as a terrorist group. There is nothing strange about this scandal — that the U.S. should declare that the al-Nusra front is a terrorist group at the same time that the U.S. indirectly provides it with funds through the political facade that the group created in the hotels of Doha. It is not strange if we realize that U.S. and European policies aim to keep Syria's wounds open so as to weaken it militarily and politically and, according to the Guardian, to try to contain both Syria and al-Qaida.
The Guardian was derisive in its commentary on the matter. "This approach will be quite deficient in Syria, which has had long experience in dealing with its stability, its security and with keeping wars under control."* In spite of this mocking tone, it indeed would have been better for the U.S. – which has been suffering from the first day of the New Year as a result of the fiscal cliff crisis – to be mindful of the fact that stretching out the game will not topple the country of resistance and dissent. However much the pressure grows, whether in international meetings or on the ground through various terrorist branches, it will not topple the country. Meanwhile, the open channels between the terrorist gangs formed by the leaders of Jewish Zionist groups in the U.S. and the gangs and heads of the opposition of "suites of Qatari and Saudi money" are widening. These opposition groups are content with being the bloody cleaver in the hands of the U.S. military.
These Jewish Zionist groups were aiming, through their growing strategic relationships with terrorist groups on Syrian territory, which Newsweek confirmed, to create what is being called a suitable basis for productive dialogue between Tel Aviv and the Syrian opposition and to involve the opposition in the drafting of plans against the Syrian people and their leadership. These Jewish groups informed the “Zionized” opposition that they will use their influence to fulfill some of its demands, in particular the stepping up of the provision of Israeli arms to the terrorists, which Qatar and Saudi Arabia are paying for, and to provoke European countries into taking a stance. This is what these groups have started and are continuing to do.
These bloody scenes do not require proof, because to reach "the undisputed goal," in the words of the French deputy foreign minister, "this war against Syria must continue for a few more months, whatever the danger from the Islamists on the ground."* This is because all of the decision makers in the conspiracy against Syria know the threat of the new Islamic people on the ground in Syria, yet, despite this knowledge, they carry on the game. They know how much, in the name of false democracy, the blood of children has been and is being spilled by their gifts of car bombs, snipers' bullets and mercenaries who do not know the meaning of the word "homeland."
Syria, which through the perseverance of its people and army exposed the conspiracy of the "Arab Spring," is, through the same perseverance, capable of mapping out its own spring and restoring security and stability. Syria is and will remain the most difficult equation in the creation of a new world order.
*Editor's note: The original quotations, accurately translated, could not be verified.
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