Friday, November 27, 2015

In addition to son Bilal’s illegal and lucrative oil trading for ISIS, Sümeyye Erdogan, the daughter of the Turkish President apparently runs a secret hospital camp inside Turkey just over the Syrian border...  Continue

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As I see it:

Any country not supporting the legitimate Syrian Army to enable it to retake its country from ISIS and other foreign-supported terrorists, is only promoting and supporting terrorism for their own strategic and imperial plans.

The "Assad Must Go" obsession is an insult to the democratic rights of the Syrian people. The so-called "dictator" was elected as President last year! Why should foreigners have the right to decide who the Syrian people should have as their leader?! 

If the U.S. and its followers believe President Assad is not popular, why not test this at another election, instead of making the ludicrous demand that he must step down and not be part of the political future of Syria? 

Syria has regularly and correctly complained about the "U.S.-led coalition" bombing attacks on its territory which destroy Syrian infrastructure essential for the Syrian people and their legitimate government. This is in stark contrast to the Russian military presence, which is there by invitation of the Syrian government to actually destroy the  terrorists, and does so in co-ordination with the legitimate Syrian authorities.

As the Syrian Ambassador has written to the United Nations Security Council: 

"On instructions from my Government, I should like to convey to you the following information. 

Aircraft of the so-called international coalition led by the United States of America continue to violate the sovereignty of Syria under the pretext that they are targeting the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist organization. 

Thus, on Saturday, 10 October 2015, aircraft belonging to that coalition bombed... two thermal power stations. The bombardment caused severe damage to those stations and took them out of service, cutting off electricity to the area. The losses sustained amount to €1.2 billion. 

The bombardment by coalition aircraft of the power stations east of Aleppo city and other infrastructure in various parts of Syria is a heinous act of aggression and a continuation of the air strikes against the country’s economic, industrial and service infrastructure. 

Those attacks are aimed at destroying the capacities of the Syrian people and preventing development and reconstruction. They are also a continuation of the attacks that have been committed against many vital economic installations and have caused great economic and material losses. 

Following are just a few examples of those attacks:

...The Government of the Syrian Arab Republic reiterates its stated position that the air raids conducted by the United States of America and its alliance inside the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic are illegal. Those raids are taking place without the prior approval of and in the absence of coordination with the Syrian Government, in violation of international law and the Charter of the United Nations. 

The Government calls for the cessation of these American Western operations against the infrastructure of Syria and stresses that they will not contribute anything to the war against ISIL. 

I should be grateful if the present letter and its annex could be issued as a document of the Security Council. 

(Signed) Bashar Ja’afari 
Permanent Representative

READ the Syrian letter to the UN Security Council here:

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