“Al-Qaeda terrorists operating in the north of Syria and oppressing millions of Syrians can now breathe comfortably after the United Nations Security Council extended their supply routes from their regional sponsor NATO member state Turkey for an additional Six months within its Resolution 2504.”
The White Helmets should be condemned as the parody of humanitarianism they really are but they should also be held publicly accountable for their role in perpetuating misery and bloodshed in Syria. Failure to do so will result in their rebranded appearance in another country and another “humanitarian” war sanctioned by their presence, another heinous crime against humanity, another oil jihad fuelled by the US coalition of terror. It is time to say “enough.”
The areas we entered, the residential homes were relatively undamaged, contrary to Western media hyperbole and sensationalism. Instead we saw a town devoid of civilians. The sounds of ongoing battles for Tamanah and other areas could be heard close by, the boom of artillerty and gunfire.
These scenes of jubilation and joy will never be shown by the Western media terrorist acolytes as they try to maintain the “bad SAA vs good rebel” narrative that has been utterly exposed as a lie and a hoax from day one of this filthy war against Syria – waged by the U.S, UK, EU and their lackeys in Turkey, Gulf States and co-engineered by Israel.
Syrian Christians have supported President Assad and the Syrian Arab Army from day one alongside all minorities in Syria. The SAA is fighting to protect “religious freedom”, the terrorists monsters would destroy all that represents pluralism and diversity. Which would you support?
After a period of stagnation, progress is now visible on several Syrian fronts – notwithstanding counter-efforts by Western powers and Turkey.
In this article I will specifically address the persecution of Syrian Christians by the extremist, sectarian groups who have been promoted, financed and armed by governments in the West, in particular the UK. I would like to make the strong point that Syrians fiercely defend their secular and diverse culture, that their faith or sect is secondary to their Syrian identity and patriotism.
The courageous volunteer women fighters of Al Sqeilbiyyeh, Syrian Christian town on Idlib borders, have suffered unimaginable loss during the eight year war waged against them by the U.S Coalition of terror and their allies in the Gulf States, Israel and Turkey.
Written by Peter Ford, former UK Ambassador to Syria 2003 – 2006 With military operations in the South virtually over, attention inevitably turns to the North and specifically to Idlib province, the last major redoubt of the armed opposition to the Syrian government. A number of other challenges, however, lie ahead besides Idlib before the…