Skip to comments.Syrian Opposition: Israel Conspiring to Keep Assad in Power
Posted on 05/12/2013 10:50:08 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
A commander in the Syrian opposition said on Sunday that President Bashar al-Assad's regime has been defeated, but accused Israel of collaborating to keep Assad in power, the Turkish daily Todays Zaman reports.
The commander, Abdulkader Saleh of the al-Tawhid Brigade, said the Assad regime does not have the strength to carry on its battle against opposition fighters, adding that Iran and Hizbullah are the forces behind the protracted war.
Iran and Hizbullah are the ones who are continuing the war in Syria, Saleh was quoted as having told the Cihan news agency, adding that the war is between the Syrian people and Iran and the Shiite terror group. The al-Tawhid Brigade is one of the largest opposition groups operating in Aleppo.
Iranians see Syria as the 35th province of [their country]. Many Iranian authorities have voiced this as well. It is obvious that Iran and Hizbullah are also included in the Syrian war. The fact that Hizbullah has begun offensives in Idlib's al-Kusair region is evidence of this, said Saleh.
He then he hinted about a cooperation between Iran and Israel for Assad's victory.
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
All true. And we also train sharks and snakes to attack Moose Limbs, and airdrop sex hormone gum into Ghaza./s
Even if true, it would be far, far better than what 0 is planning.
One thing is for sure—Israel can drop a bomb anywhere in Syria without risk of killing a friend.
This is Game of Thrones for real.
When you play the game of thrones, you win or die.
There is no middle ground.
I would say that who wins isn’t the issue. I would say Israel “has an interest” that NO ONE win too easily. LOL. When Arabs are killing Arabs don’t just stand there! LOL
Israel certainly has an interest in the events in Syria, but all things considered wouldn’t she prefer a Sunni dominated Syria to an Iranian dominated Syria. I still think the IDF would prefer a prostrate Syria, which would provide a base for attacking Iran.
Why not? The bodies of mujahdeen stack higher each day. Eventually they’ll run out.
Israel has co-existed with Assad a very long time. If he goes he will be replaced by Jew hating al-Qaida types who would rather kill a jew than a Christian.
“Israel has co-existed with Assad a very long time. If he goes he will be replaced by Jew hating al-Qaida types who would rather kill a jew than a Christian.”
I agree with most of that, but the millions of Christians in Syria (many refugees from other “Arab Spring” countries) will either have to get out are be slaughtered in Syria, should the terrorists win.
The white king has co-existed with the black rook for a very long time. If it goes, it will be replaced by white-hating pawns, striving to reach the other side of the board and change themselves into rooks.