SYRPER EXCLUSIVE: WHAT LAVROV IS TELLING MU’ALLEM; WHAT MU’ALLEM IS TELLING PUTIN AND LAVROV

 

The Foreign Minister and Minister for Expatriates of the Syrian Arab Republic, Mr. Waleed Al-Mu’allim, is in Sochi to meet with Russian President, Vladimir Putin, and Russian F.M., Sergei Lavrov.  The meeting is face-to-face which required the Syrian top diplomat to fly to Russia.  You can assume that the reasons for the trip have to do with secrecy, confidential exchanges of information and the need to prevent Western eavesdropping.  This meeting could be the most important of the entire war in Syria.

Pay no attention to press conferences or summaries offered up by both sides to the talks at the end.  This meeting is not about publicity or orotund denunciations of terrorism.  Both countries have staked out clear positions on ISIS, American meddling and the incessant violations of international law by the West, its troglodyte Arabian allies, and the Zionist Apartheid State.

Russia remains mildly interested in a negotiated end to the fighting in Syria which will see Dr. Assad continue his stewardship for at least another 7 years but which might involve a reconfiguration of the Syrian governmental structure so as to accommodate new elements from the expatriate opposition.  The Russians have to know with whom Damascus would negotiate and whom Damascus fiercely rejects.  Neither the Syrians nor the Russians will brook any surprises.

The Syrian FM is there to give them a list of groups and personalities Damascus finds acceptable in order to have a realistic political framework in which to negotiate.  My readers already appear to sense that Ahmad Mu’aadh Al-Khateeb (Al-Hasani), a former head of NACOSROF, will be on the short list especially in light of recent pronouncements he has made in support of the Assad Administration and its fight against terrorism.  Al-Khateeb is important because of his religious affiliations; he hails from a wealthy clerical Damascene class whose Sunni credentials are impeccable and deeply rooted in the life of the capital.

There is also a hope that Dr. Haytham Al-Mannaa’ will see his way to resolving his irrational differences with the Assad government and, at the very least, endorse the talks.  His track record in condemning the use of violence and in criticizing the Saudis/Qataris has been quite laudable.  His prestige rooted in pacifistic principles will gain him much gravity if the talks are ever held with him contributing.  That he is a successful physician practicing in France is another plus since his personal financial situation has obviated the necessity of falling into the gilded cage of crude Wahhabist briberies.

Michel Kilo is another Syrian dissident who will be on the list.  Kilo is a Kolakovskian-style communist who has written editorials mostly critical of the Ba’ath Party while playing a never-ending cat-and-mouse game with our security services.  In general, he is a non-violent advocate for change and has played a critical role in keeping the expatriate opposition a good whiff away from the reeking stench of the Muslim Brotherhood.  He represents a secular and progressive Weltanschauung acceptable to the Ba’ath.  More than that, I cannot say, since I am not at liberty to do so.  One particularly awful affiliation of his which would militate against his inclusion is the fact that SyrPer Liar of the Year Nominee and British catamite, Raami ‘Abdul-Rahmaan of SOHR, counts himself a Kilo-watt, ahem, an admirer of Kilo.

Another might be Nizaar Nayyoof, an Alawite critic of his coreligionists’ political role in Syria, who would also be acceptable if his health allowed him to participate in intense and serious negotiations.  Suhayr Al-Ataasi, of a landed Syrian-Turkish family from Homs, might also be an acceptable addition if you can get her away from an hairdresser for more than an hour.

Personalities like George Sabra, an avowed communist atheist, whom the Arabian apes thought would assuage the anxieties of minorities is absolutely unacceptable.  His tirades against the government, his mercenary style, his praise of terroristic atrocities in Syria make him persona non grata.  He will have to sit this one out in some squalid hotel in a hardscrabble quarter of Istanbul.  Others who are unacceptable are the MB favorite, Ghassan Hitto; the bloated hog francophile, Burhaan “Le Pipe” GhalyoonKamaal Labwaani (who promised the Zionists recognition and the whole Golan if they would help to unseat Dr. Assad); ‘Abdul-Baasit Seedaa (his sleep-inducing style of oratory is absolutely unacceptable); Haytham Al-Maalih who will face a death sentence if he ever sets foot in Syria.  Al-Maalih actually described how he would torture the Assads if they ever fell into his old, ugly, wrinkled paws.  Another reject is Ahmad Jarbaa, the former and present pimp, embezzler and extortionist who sleeps in Saudi beds with Eastern European boys.

George Sabra (a/k/a Captain Kangaroo) stares at another pipe-dream in which he has no role. This criminal actually fought to have Nusra treated as a non-terroristic liberation movement. 

 

Mr. Mu’allim is also in Russia to find out how things are playing out in the Ukraine and how that might impact on Russia’s posture on Syria.  SyrPer has the opinion of an astute political analyst in Moscow who has asked that his name not be used in this article.  While I shy away from such treatments of sources, I also have to acknowledge that both my sources in Syria, Wael and Monzer, are also using false monikers.  So, let’s call my Muscovite source, Anatoly.

Anatoly says that Putin is going to make it clear to Mr. Mu’allim that Russia not only stands behind Dr. Assad’s government, but will view Syria, for the foreseeable future, as a state with a “mutual defense pact” binding it to Moscow.  Anatoly also thinks that Russia does not share the Syrian state’s acquiescent, “wishy-washy” view of U.S. air attacks on ISIS.  Russia does not believe the attacks are effective and, moreover, sees them as contributing to a western-inspired depiction of the government in Damascus as illegitimate.  (Readers might note that some Syrian publications have hinted at a renewal of U.S.-Syrian diplomatic ties in the near future).

Moscow has tried in vain to coerce Washington into coordinating air strikes over Syria with Damascus.  Failing that, Russia employed a slick ruse that would take the matter up at the U.N.S.C. where American violations of Syrian air space could be used to further embarrass the Obama regime internationally.  With the Syrians balking at the idea – their view being that any strikes against ISIS can’t be all bad – the Russians feel they have no standing to raise the rebuke.  That Dr. Al-Ja’afari has not railed against American trespasses is proof of the Russian position.

Russia wants the U.S. out of Syria unless joint action authorized by the U.N., in consultation with Damascus, is taken.  Any resolution for such action has to be very language-precise to avoid the catastrophe of the Libyan Affair.  SyrPer believes that a new diplomatic strategy is part of the agenda in Sochi.  This is because the Russians have read correctly that a new Republican-dominated Congress in Washington will pressure the American president into greater adventurism in the Near and Middle East.  With a valid Chapter 7 resolution on the table (which the West will veto) Russia will be prepared to participate militarily, a fact that will kibosh France’s ludicrous dream of a no-fly or buffer zone.  Actually, the Russians are analyzing this very brilliantly.  We only hope Damascus catches on.

SyrPer has learned that Russian companies are being given the priority in both exploration and drilling for natural gas off the coast of Syria in territorial waters.  These agreements, which will be of immense importance to Moscow in the way it maneuvers economically around the limp-wristed sanctions promoted by Germany and France,  lie at the heart of the profitable line of credit Moscow has extended to Damascus.  Mr. Mu’allim has been reminded that the line of credit and the good will have yet to be exhausted.

With the Syrian Army verging on the liberation of all Aleppo City – an eventuality calculated to diminish Western machinations in the area – an eventuality seen as unacceptable by the Saudi vermin and the Turk sociopaths – Russia is consulting with Mr. Mua’llim about a renewed Western push to establish an Islamist rump state abutting Turkey which the West hopes to use as a bargaining chip against Dr. Assad – the same bargaining chip they are trying to create in Der’ah with much difficulty and failure.  This rump state would figure favorably in France’s calculations for a security zone.

In order to deal with terrorist redeployments at the Turk border, with most frontier entryways in the hands of the terrorist allies of the U.S., Moscow is warning Damascus to expect an intensified American campaign targeting the Syrian Army as soon as Chuck Hagel is replaced by a more aggressive Defense Secretary more acceptable to the maniacal and blood-thirsty Republican war criminals in Congress.  The Russians will tell Mr. Mua’llim that Russia will not object if the SAA deploys and uses its S-300 anti-aircraft missile defense system especially when the U.S. and Britain or France target the SAA in an effort to relieve pressure on their Jihadist/Takfeeri allies like Nusra or Harakat Hazm in both Aleppo and Idlib.

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Syria knows it must listen carefully to what Putin says.  With the Saudis and Qataris enjoying a new rapprochement after a failed Saudi-inspired coup e’etat in Doha and Saud Al-Faysal’s unproductive visit to Moscow, Mr. Putin is expecting a ramping up of pressure with greater investments by both culturally stagnant Arabian states in newly formed terrorist groups to be stationed in Turkey and Jordan.  Putin has told Mr. Mua’llem that he can count on Russia to continue building up the Syrian army, providing diplomatic support with an air umbrella (if necessary) to block any NATO assault on Syria.  Mr. Mua’llem could not expect any rosier confab.

The future of negotiations with the opposition appears to be distant and improbable.  While Russia wants to pursue a resolution consistent with the U.N. Charter, Syria has told Mr. Lavrov that sources inside the opposition are indicating nobody has any stomach for more failed conferences and that many in the opposition are looking for a way back to Damascus.  This means that Saudi Arabia has read the situation similarly based on its own stooges inside the enemy camp and that Riyadh sees no solution outside the scope of the battlefield.

This gets us now to the core of this essay.  Russia and Syria, with Iran, of course, are going to embark on a more combative approach to the war in Syria.  Expect more aggressive Russian moves at the U.N. in light of France’s volte-face on the contract for the Mistral helicopter carrier.  Russia is aware of how unpopular Hollande is in France.  All the French people need now is a crisis in the delivery of natural gas during winter time.  Remember, alcohol reduces body temperature.  The Russians, no novices when it comes to slurping vodka, know this very well.

Expect, also, action in the Arabian Peninsula.  I believe Iran will be pulling out all the stops, especially, if the Saudis make the mistake of executing Al-Shaykh Nimr Al-Nimr, the Shi’i cleric who was tried in a Saudi security court and found guilty of fomenting anti-monarchical violence.  Once Iran has made the decision in consultation with Russia and Syria (and Iraq), Saudi Arabia will get a taste of an insurgency which will spread from Bahrain to the Dhahraan oil fields all the way to Qatar.  Arabian monkeys will get a taste of what anti-Wahhabists do with serrated bread knives.

You are watching the collapse of the Arabian oil and gas empire.  We believe that Mr. Putin has told Mr. Mu’allem that a new multi-polar world order has no place for pre-Iron Age apes like the Saudis and the Qataris.  We think Mr. Putin is going to start kicking them to the curb.  ZAF

             

 

 

 

 

 

 


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david
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if any country is afraid to take casualties as is the west. maybe war is not the best option for them? i am certain iran, russia and china are very willing to take casualties. and that is the difference between winning and losing

gamejoe
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They are the aggressors…Iran, Russia, Syria have the moral high ground. Modern wars are won in the info war and by those who have very good rockets….and Russia has very good ones and they have the moral high ground against the extremist….(Al Qaeda and Fascist). So yes, the apes from Saudi and the fascist oligarchy from Washington and London will lose. Pff. I think Ziad is right again in this article. Now it is getting serious with this new defense minister soon to come. Russia and Iran immediately have to sink the complete american fleet in the region, so those… Read more »
gamejoe
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And an enormous amount of ammunition and assault weapons are needed in Syria. The founding fathers were right. An armed population can never be conquered by enemies from the inside or from the outside

Arklight
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gamejoe: We’ll see, joe, we’ll see.

Katto
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The USSA was conquered internally by the Fifth Column and dual citizen types. The US Military has no clue about doing it’s Constitutional duty. The American public is brainwashed by ball games, TV and Zollywood.

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“Zollywood”: priceless!! I must remember to use that one.

juanito perez
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I hate politics

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The only way for the war on Syria to stop is for those backing it to experience sufficient pressure. Turkey has experienced no pressure. Jordan has experienced no pressure. Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the NATO backers from Western countries have endured no pressure. If anything, they have deployed assets like ISIS to the region to carry out their plans for the region. Israel used the excuse of potential pressure to further its occupation. The KRG has used the pressure of ISIS to gain and occupy more territory as well and create facts on the ground, including grabbing 65billion in oil… Read more »
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“orotund”

Wow, what a rich vocabulary. To be envied.

Yosser hughes
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western agencies will waste no time in proceeding to hostile confrontation if given the opportunity, dragging their limping populations behind them like chattels. Nobody but nobody will win.

War Is great for business. Really is that simple. Eurasians have everything to gain by avoiding hostility, waiting and waiting. it’s does surprise me how PKK and Saudi Shiite groups are not making assymetric war right now. As a counter move.

But the real showdown is best left to a dull checkmate after this painful, boring and long end game as is maybe happening now.

The Rift
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A great article, it seems we are approaching a new level to this war, I hope Aleppo gets rid of all the vermin there this week. The people need to be freed from these satanic western controlled vermin.

hans
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You are right Ziad, On November 25, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei reaffirmed Iran’s support for the Palestinians in Gaza and the Israeli-occupied territories, adding the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank should be armed to defend their land, just like the Gazans. Now he can say this with conviction because he know’s of the coming battle in syria, he needs to scare Washington all all the Pro Zionist states. This is not bravado talk, this is serious warning.

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Thanks Ziad Mu’allem is a hero in my my book. A Man who kept his dignity when all the other bastards had long since lost theirs. A real statesman. Unsung hero

Frank Reitzenstein
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Saudi appears to have succeeded in drowning the world in oil, which makes life difficult for Russia, but I don’t think it is fatal. Exactly how can Putin catalyse an Arab Spring in Saudi? I guess you mean that by showing balls and even more US defeats, they will naturally be weakened. We were expecting Assad to use S300 last time around. I think it is not without risk, but I too feel very uncomfortable about the US violating Syrian sovereignty and I would say just do it. I too was disappointed with Hafez, but am also concerned about WWIII,… Read more »
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Frank and Ziad, WW3 is coming whether anyone wants it or not, and as i have said israel will disappear but they will not go down without a fight and kill millions with their nukes, which in turn will see tel-aviv taken out and mini-nukes or thermo’s being used on smaller cities with Jerusalem protected, and the waling wall will be ripped down. America will enter the war but then will retreat back to their land as they will be under enormous attack by all the enemies they have made and they cannot and will not help the E.U at… Read more »
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Let us not over-estimate the Khazars’ nuke capabilities, given veteranstoday has chronicled the catastrophic explosion at Dimona (late 70s, early 80s?) which crippled their nuke production. That’s why they became artful nuke thieves, and roped in the Bush crime gang, leading to the nuke attack and blackmail of 9-11.
Now the Zio-monsters seem fixated on mini-nukes, fabricated from deteriorated cores.

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Russia does not need to do anything of the sort; nor will they. Taking such gambles, would be utmost ludicrous; not to mention the unethical and illegal aspect of it. The disagreements between everyone else and S. Arabia in Vienna last week, indicate that SA is not merely affected by the depreciating oil prices, but is in fact making an effort to ensure the continuation of the trend. It appears that SA is taking a swipe at Russian oil revenues, but it may easily be the case that is just a secondary outcome. There is a different aspect here. Take… Read more »
Frank Reitzenstein
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However I remember that Vanga predicted the rise of Vladimir, a totally different leader to Yeltsin and that under him Russia would become the only superpower. So I guess fate is with Putin. And his friends.

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This is a very interesting analysis from Ziad. The Geneva talks were never going to deliver a solution because the political atmosphere in Syria was completely dominated by the terrorist problem. The surrender of the Syrian ‘regime’ in those talks, which is what the Enemies of Syria were demanding, would have led directly to a Libya scenario. The situation is now somewhat different. It is possible to expect the defeat of the terrorist forces within a reasonable timescale. The Syrian people, most of them, now understand what terrorist rule (the so-called revolutionary armed opposition) would look like and they don’t… Read more »
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Ziad, great article. Shinaydeen, I fully concur with your post. It reminds me a bit that obe of the products of the Lebanese Civil war was the fine tunning of a mighty army, Hizbullah. The SAA will emerge very powerful when Syria is rat clean, so be it, Syria’s enemies will tremble for sure with this scenario.

Walter D.
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Lots of interesting information. The future remains quite fluid and is subject to very big changes.

Nini
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All this talk about War and Putin and who has the upper hand means only one thing
welcome WW3.
I can tell u one thing , nothing will happen to the 1% who rule this planet !

Frank Reitzenstein
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The question is, is Putin controlled by the 1%. If he is not, they are just about to lose their power.

gamejoe
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No he is not.
He knows that those elite will never allow anyone other in their team than (sick satanic) old anglo american families. Even not a sick arabian pedophile is really part of the club. That is their manco, their club is too small. They want a one world government via the United Nations, but they don’t want to except insiders from other countries.

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It is very clear that Putin is not out to take anyone’s power. If anything, he understands the importance of partnerships, dialogue, and compromise. Modern Russia (post USSR) has made all sorts of efforts to integrate into western world, and develop new friendships. It also embraced free market economy joined WTO, and even allowed NATO to use Russian territory around Ulyanovsk. Russians have stated that they would have no problems with the missile shield NATO is proposing, if Russia was also protected by the same shield. Nato said “NO”. Russia wants nothing more but peace, stability, and prosperity. They lost… Read more »
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Nini, i believe that’s what that 1% on the west thinks, and it’s a reason why those conflicts multiply. I only hope they’re smart enough to avoid any direct confrontation. Russia and China will never start it, but they have every right to defend if it happens. Any open war with Russia, China, would end the civilisation we know and next war would indeed be fought with rocks and stones as some claim Einstein had said. I expect we’ll end up with more proxy-wars like this one in Syria and one in Ukraine, which infact are battlefields of a larger… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Nini, something dreadful will happen tot he 1%, they will be hung from lamp posts, trust me on this, many are on the verge now from what i am hearing.

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i do not understand How Russia believe a cease of fire and more “negotiations” will help anything. The American-Jewish neocons wants a gas pipeline running through Syria towards Europe to sabotage Russia energy business there.. with the aim to destroy Russia. I don’t think Putin will give that.. Is not a political problem what happens in Syria.. but a power grab problem.. that US don’t want Russia competition . The only thing that will end the war in Syria ,it will be a military quick victory.. to get the Syrian army with RUssia and IRAN and any other help to… Read more »
Frank Reitzenstein
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All very well, but I think the Illuminati had a plan for Russia and China. Did you know that there are still Jews in the Politburo?

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CHEVI789
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The jews are in Hong Kong, hence why there are protests there and no where else, if they lose Hong Kong they will lose billions, and we know very well jews/zionists will want blood for their losses.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Unfortunately China is in the grips of a typical Rothschild created debt crisis so the 1% has a significant grip on them. Also China obviously has Oligarchs running the Government. Putin arrested Khodorkovsky, the Rothschild agent and paid off the national debt in 5 years. People a bit closer to the Kremlin tell us that the non oil and gas economy in Russia is still in the grips of Oligarchs, as previously was oil and gas. Very hard for small business here. The non energy economy is dominated by oligarchs, who similarly to Khodorkovsy have companies registered in the City… Read more »
Frank Reitzenstein
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nother promising thing about Russia is that the Russian Orthodox church appears to be free of paedophilia. Basically the Illuminati is run by Satanists hiding somewhere near the Roman Catholic Church. Disappointingly my atheist flatmate tells me that Australia whitewashed the enquiry into sexual abuse within the Church. The importance of this subject is that Europe has been run for a long time by powerful Venetian families close to the Vatican who actually used the Satanic abuse to mind control the European Nobility by splitting their minds and creating alters. ie split personalities in one body, unaware of each other,… Read more »
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The GCC states are preparing a large central command to battle “terrorism and Iran”. http://on.ft.com/1B3bw1N Thinking about this post, Russia will want to raise oil prices to help its economic situation. It will also want to expand relationships with the GCC and Arab states for greater influence and for access to markets and investments to counter US influence and sanctions on it. They could provoke a crisis in order to resolve several issues at once by bringing its adversaries to the negotiating table in which each crisis is a chess piece. Syria cannot afford to ignore Russia, but can’t trust… Read more »
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“Suffering has gone beyond bounds. The whole of Syria has become a battlefield. Every aspect of democracy, human rights, freedom, secularism and citizenship is lost from view and no-one cares. The crisis has mown down thousands upon thousands of soldiers, opponents, civilians, men, women, children, Muslim sheikhs and Christian priests.” – Patriarch Gregorios III Laham of Antioch Prayer and intercession for peace in Syria God of Compassion, Hear the cries of the people of Syria Comfort those who suffer violence Console those who mourn the dead Give strength to Syria’s neighbouring countries to welcome the refugees Convert the hearts of… Read more »
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My understanding is enlarged each time I read the discourse of Ziad the mentat. Your reference to ‘important meeting’ reminds me of a crucial meeting when Sergei Lavrov’s motorcade arrived in Damascus in 2011 at a crucial moment in the assault upon Syria. A huge crowd of Damascenes lined the roads leading from the airport, cheering the Russians who had come to show support for the Syrian people and its chosen leader Dr Bashar al-Assad. The benighted criminal nihilists plotting in the basements of the Beltway should have looked up from their scheming then, and realised the futility of undermining… Read more »
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Ziad, nice post.

Two articles this morning that are salient:

http://news.yahoo.com/u-close-deal-turkey-over-islamic-state-mission-141240221.html
Sneaking in the No Fly Zone by the back door.

http://news.yahoo.com/khamenei-tells-iran-armed-forces-build-irrespective-diplomacy-154809049.html
Iranian military buildup.

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Very fine article, I must say. One question does arise, however. It is hard to imagine that Israel has to be “bribed” into supporting the overthrow of Dr Assad, by the guy promising them the entire Golan, etc. It’s my belief that it is Israel which has essentially masterminded this push to oust Assad from the very beginning. If that is indeed the case I can’t see that they have any need to be bribed into helping the overthrow along.

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