US backs-down on ‘regime change in Damascus’

 

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John Kerry, in his first conference after taking-over Israel-Firster Hillary Clinton as US Secretary of State said that Obama administration is not going to arm the rebel groups fighting Assad regime. He said that the White House is exploring other ways to end Syria’s increasingly bloody conflict. Kerry’s statement poured cold water over Muslim-hating Zionist lawmakers, who have been pushing Obama during his first term to arm al-Qaeda and pro-USrael jihadis to tip the military balance on the ground against Syrian Army.

It was revealed this week that the White House has rejected secret plans drawn up by Hillary Clinton and the disgraced Gen. David Petraeus to arm the Syrian rebels.

It’s a very complicated and very dangerous situation,” said Kerry in the conference (reported by AFP).

James (Jay) Carney (married to Jewish anchorwoman Claire Shipman), White House spokesperson has defended Obama’s decision not to arm the rebels. “The US priority was to ensure that weapons provided by the US did not fall into wrong hands and create problem for the US or Israel in the future“.

Last year, Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin Dempsey speaking to journalist in London rejected French-Turkish call for enforcing a ’no-fly-zone’ inside Syria by NATO. He warned the implications of establishing a no-fly-zone inside Syria, saying: “Syria is not Libya“.

Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki during his meeting with Hillary Clinton and vice-president Joe Biden – told them Bashar al-Assad could easily hold-on to power for another two year.
Last week, the Zionist regime in a desperate move to draw US-NATO forces into the Syrian conflict, attacked a scientific research facility near Damascus, killing two civilians.

It’s a common knowledge that the US, Israel, Britain, Turkey, France, Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding, arming, training and providing logistic information to various foreign groups of armed insurgents to replace Bashar al-Assad regime with a pro-USrael regime which will distance itself from Iran, Hamas and Hizballah. Turkey has even asked NATO’s help to defeat Syrian Army. Both Turkey and Israel are planning to create “buffer zone” on their borders a few miles inside Syrian territory – which is considered a “declaration of war” under international law. Syria, Iran, Russia and China have warned both Turkey and Israel against their evil intentions.

Interestingly, America’s Middle Eastern allies (Israel, Turkey, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain and UAE), want to promote democracy in the Muslim world – but only outside their own borders and fiercely put down even a semblance of dissent or protest. And for Washington, such actions by its allies are regarded “kosher”.

Only time will tell how the Zionist regime screws John Kerry for refusing to topple Assad regime by military option. How critical is fall of Assad for the Zionist entity – can be judged by February 2012 New York Times Op-Ed by Efraim Halevy, former head of Israeli Mossad.

Ensuring the Iran is evicted from its regional hub in Damascus would cut off Iran’s access to its proxies (Hizballh, Hamas and Islamic Jihad) and visibly dent its domestic and international prestige, possibly forcing a hemorrehaging regime in Tehran to suspend its nuclear policies,” Halevy argued. “This would be a safer and more rewarding option than the military one“.

I’m glad to know that Halvey do remember Israel’s failed military options against Hizballah (Summer 2006) and Hamas/Islamic Jihad (November 2012). Iran’s international prestige is result of Tehran’s independent foreign policy based on peaceful co-existence and Islamic moral ethics. As far Tehran’s nuclear program is concerned, it has nothing to do with Syria, Hamas or Hizballah. It’s a deterrent for country’s defense.
 

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