Saturday, December 8, 2012

Bringing Jihadis to Power in Syria

Hypocritical Britain and France believe they have the right to go to war against countries thousands of miles away and of no threat to them. But Israel is bad if it defends itself against terrorists operating on its doorstep and firing rockets at its population.

We are going to bring jihadists to power in yet another Arab country. The Syrian jihadi “rebels” have vowed to continue their jihad against Israel. But perhaps putting a noose around Israel is exactly the goal. Jordan will be the next to fall under the muslim brotherhood. This is no coincidence. It is difficult to see how it can be an accident that the Obama administration policies consistently aid the muslim brotherhood in countries surrounding Israel. This is obviously being done by design.

Paris: NATO-Arab Syria intervention imminent

DEBKAfile Special Report December 7, 2012, 3:09 PM (GMT+02:00)
Joint British-French Albanian Lion Exercise
Sources close to the French Defense Ministry reported Friday, Dec. 7, that a Western-Arab military intervention against the Assad regime is due to begin shortly with the participation of the US, France, Britain, Turkey, Jordan and other anti-Assad Arab nations. DEBKAfile: The reference is to Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar’s special forces.

Our military sources add that the French aircraft carrier Charles De Gaulle carrying a complement of marines is deployed in the Mediterranean, having joined the USS Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group and at least five British warships which are also carrying a large marine force.
In the second and third weeks of November, British and French naval forces, plus 2,600 special ops combatants from both nations, performed landing-and-capture exercises against fortified locations on the coast and mountains of Albania as practice for potential operations against similar terrain in Syria, where the Alawite Mountains loom over the coastal towns of Latakia and Tartus.
The troops landing there would head for the Alawite Mts. to prevent Assad and his loyal units from retreating to his mountain stronghold and fighting on from there – as he plans to do if he is forced to flee Damascus.
French sources told Le Point magazine that the NATO mission for Syria, including the UK and the US, would be modeled on the Western intervention in Libya in 2011. It would combine an aerial blitz with ground action by special forces for destroying Assad’s chemical weapons stocks, his air force and his air defense systems.

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