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Who Was Secretly Behind Jihaddists Invading And Occupying Syria?

 

One of the best articles that the New York Times ever published was by Mark Mazzetti and Matt Apuzzo, on 23 January 2016, "US Relies Heavily on Saudi Money to Support Syrian Rebels”. They reported that,

 

"the C.I.A. and its Saudi counterpart have maintained an unusual arrangement for the rebel-training mission,which the Americans have code-named Timber Sycamore. Under the deal, current and former administration officials said, the Saudis contribute both weapons and large sums of money, and the C.I.A takes the lead in training the rebels. ...From the moment the C.I.A. operation was started, Saudi money supported it.” 

 

“The Saudi efforts were led by the flamboyant Prince Bandar bin Sultan, at the time the intelligence chief, who directed Saudi spies to buy thousands of AK-47s and millions of rounds of ammunition in Eastern Europe for the Syrian rebels. The C.I.A. helped arrange some of the arms purchases for the Saudis, including a large deal in Croatia in 2012.”

 

The US preferred to be supplying the jihadists weapons that weren’t from US manufacturers, in order to impede any tracing back to the United States the arming of the movement to oust and replace Syria’s secular, committedly non-sectarian, Government. The Sauds — who are just as committedly sectarian, and are even supporters of the extreme fundamentalist Wahhabist sect of Sunni Islam — likewise tried to cover their tracks in this operation, but their tracks were financial. The Sauds have been especially skillful at covering their tracks. Prince Bandar bin Sultan al-Saud was a buddy of George W. Bush, and had secretly donated over a million dollars in cash to Al Qaeda prior to the 9/11 attacks, according to Osama bin Laden’s financial bagman, who had picked up personally each one of the million-dollar-cash donations to that organization until 9/11 and who named amongst those donors not only Prince Bandar but also Prince Salman al-Saud, who subsequently became King Salman, who is now the father of Crown Prince Salman, who recently murdered the columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Crown Prince Salman is also a close friend of America’s current ‘prince', Jared Kushner, the US President’s son-in-law.

 

Reda more from this facinating article to learn more about the Syria Invasion.

Syria Tomorrow Mission Continue;

 

Syria Tomorrow continue it's mission, and started Syrian refugee help mission in Northwest Ohio, as a pilot step, to move that into all states soo.

 

The mission, require refugees to submit thier request for assistance, and then decided by the ST board, to ensure compliance with all legal aspects and the bylaw of the organization.

 

If you are or you know some one in needs for assitant, just advise them to fill thier application, and they will be considered for aids.

 

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Surprise, trump at US's Syria pullout

 

Media outlets across the Middle East are still grappling with the unexpectedness of the US's decision to withdraw its troops from Syria but the decision is broadly welcomed. 

 

In what is likely to be an extra dig at America, a number quote US Senator Lindsey Graham's criticism of the move, using his words to highlight the point that it strengthens Russia and Iran in the region.

 

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Turkey 'determined' to drive out Syrian Kurdish forces

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey said Tuesday it is working with the United States to coordinate the withdrawal of American forces but remains "determined" to clear U.S.-allied Kurdish fighters from northeastern Syria.

 

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Should we laugh or should we cry? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Syria's seven-year war has transformed ancient cities into ghost towns. Entire neighbourhoods have been wiped off the map, schools and hospitals reduced to rubble, along with just about everything else.

 

The UN estimates it will cost at least two-hundred-and fifty billion dollars. Donald Trump says Saudi Arabia has agreed to help. But who will get the money? And how will it be spent?

 

As usual Arabs and Muslims destroy countries / nations, then claim rebuilding: May be Suaid stay out of our contries will be better .its sad...

 

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Bahrain says work in Syria embassy "continuing"

 

DUBAI (Reuters) - Bahrain’s embassy in Damascus and the Syrian diplomatic mission in Manama have been operating “without interruption”, the Bahraini foreign ministry said in a statement on Friday, a day after the United Arab Emirates reopened its embassy in Syria.

 

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UAE reopens Damascus embassy after seven years

 

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reopened its embassy in the Syrian capital, Damascus, in a move that is seen as a diplomatic boost for Syrian government from a regional adversary that once backed rebels fighting against his forces.

 

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