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Obama administration back Saudi Arabian military intervention in Syria against Russia

Saudi Arabia is the cause for the civil war in Syria. Here we see how the Saudis are willing to intervene by military force against anyone disrupting their desires Sunni occupation of Syria – using weapons which of course have been sold to them by nasty, toxic alliances with the West. Syria’s President Assad is a victim of terrorist infiltration. The constant meddling by the US and it’s bizarre support for Sunni leadership, responsible for over 90% of terrorism around the world, has helped to spread and facilitate Islamic terrorism.

The Syrian conflict was started when the Saudis began pushing foreign Sunni Salafist into Syria to create a false revolt for “democracy”. A pattern of demonstrations began to form through the country that ended in violent “Arab spring” uprising when local Sunni’s from within the country joined the foreign Sunni’s. The purpose was to create a wider Islamic state by removing “infidel” leaders who stand in the way. The Saudis have been engaged in these efforts before Saudi Arabia was even declared a country. This is also the exact same way the Saudis created the Palestinian jihad through their encouragement and support of Amin al-Husseini, who became the leader of the revolt to try and install an Islamic state in the region by the occupation of Israel. Saudis sent masses of Sunni’s to Israel who eventually ended up in the West Bank and got stuck there as the Jews fought back.

Jihad will never end unless the rest of the world end all trade, travels and alliances with Muslim countries.




Russian PM warns US, Saudis against starting ‘permanent war’ with ground intervention in Syria

RT, Published time: 12 Feb, 2016 06:10


Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev © Ekaterina Shtukina

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev © Ekaterina Shtukina / Sputnik


Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev told German media that sending foreign troops into Syria could unleash “yet another war on Earth.” The warning follows increasingly aggressive statements made by Saudi Arabia and Turkey amid Bashar Assad’s gains in Aleppo.

“All sides must be compelled to sit at the negotiating table, instead of unleashing yet another war on Earth,” Medvedev told Germany’s Handelsblatt newspaper. “Any kinds of land operations, as a rule, lead to a permanent war. Look at what’s happened in Afghanistan and a number of other countries. I am not even going to bring up poor Libya.”

The PM was commenting on recent statements from Saudi Arabia claiming that it was ready to send ground troops to Syria, should Washington lead the way.

“The Americans and our Arab partners must think well: do they want a permanent war? Do they think they can really quickly win it? It is impossible, especially in the Arab world. Everyone is fighting against everyone there,” Medvedev added. The interview was published on the eve of the International Syria Support Group meeting in Munich, where the cessation of hostilities in Syria became a top item on the agenda.

Meanwhile, the situation in Syria has been heating up, as Syrian government troops have been making advances in the northern city of Aleppo, half of which is considered to be under the control of anti-government rebel groups. The same region has also been inundated with terrorist groups, such as Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), Ahrar al-Sham, and Al-Nusra Front, which are all being targeted by Russian as well as US-led air campaigns.

At the same time, the predominantly Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have recaptured a former military airbase from jihadists near the Turkish-Syrian border, reportedly with the support of Russian air strikes. The base is located near the rebel-held town of Azaz in Aleppo province.

Turkey, meanwhile, continues to insist that the Kurdish militia fighting IS are terrorists just as the Kurdish rebels fighting inside Turkey. Ankara, which has been criticized for bombing Kurds inside Syria instead of helping to fight IS, has recently fallen out with Washington over America’s support for the Kurdish YPG.

On the Syrian battlefield, Turkey openly supports anti-Assad rebel groups. The latest statement by Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu, who pledged to return a “historical debt” to Turkey’s “Aleppo brothers,” gave new rise to speculations over a looming Turkish ground invasion of Syria.

The situation has prompted fears of a possible military clash between world powers backing different sides of the Syrian conflict, with hopes that the Munich talks could de-escalate the deadlock. While some Western leaders have openly called upon Russia to stop supporting Assad with airstrikes, the communique that was agreed upon after five long hours of discussions does not directly mention any downsizing of strikes. Instead, it calls for a “nationwide cessation of hostilities” over the period of one week, although it exempts terrorist groups from the potential ceasefire.

MORE: 2 warlords killed during Russian airstrikes in Syria
— RT (@RT_com) February 11, 2016

In the latest alarming episode, Russian and American militaries traded accusations over the bombing of civilian infrastructure in Aleppo. Russia’s Defense Ministry said two US Air Force A-10 warplanes had destroyed nine facilities in the city, with the Americans shifting the blame onto Russia’s air campaign afterwards. Russian jets, however, had not targeted any civilian areas and were operating 20 kilometers away, according to the ministry. The spat started on Wednesday with the US alleging the destruction of “two main hospitals in Aleppo by Russian and regime attacks.”

From February 4 to 11, the Russian Air Force performed over 500 sorties, eliminating nearly 1,900 terrorist facilities in the Syrian provinces of Aleppo, Latakia, Hama, Deir ez-Zor, Daraa, Homs, Al-Hasakah and Raqqa, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Thursday.

MORE US planes entered Syrian airspace from Turkey, flew to Aleppo & bombed targets there
— RT (@RT_com) February 11, 2016

Meanwhile, the US is seeking to boost the anti-Islamic State coalition it is heading in Iraq and Syria by officially drawing in NATO as a member, AFP reported. While some NATO member states are already active members of the coalition, the military alliance’s chief, Jens Stoltenberg, said their increased role could bring “significant development” and “unique capabilities” which include “building partner capacity, training ground forces and providing stabilization support.”

US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has been lobbying for greater participation by NATO in the war on Islamic State, giving a dramatic Thursday speech on “a new stage in the coalition campaign to defeat ISIL” and adding the countries would then be able “look back after victory and remember who participated in the fight.”

The alliance, however, has already found itself in one uneasy situation related to the conflict, when it had to back Turkey’s downing of a Russian Su-24 bomber that was striking militant positions in Syria. While Ankara rushed to seek NATO’s support following the aggressive and clearly avoidable move, and the bloc delivered this support on an official level, reports cited sources taking part in a NATO emergency meeting at the time as expressing discontent with the rash unilateral move by the Turks. Turkey has since stopped its sorties into Syria in what some attribute to the dispatch of the Russian S-400 air defense systems there, but also due to the pressure by Ankara‘s NATO allies to follow the bloc’s more cautious rules of engagement.

4 thoughts on “Obama administration back Saudi Arabian military intervention in Syria against Russia

  1. Thank you Muslim Issue for this well researched piece. As I have always maintained Saudia is covertly behind the US and also EU. Why is Merkel importing so many Wahhabi/Salafist/Sunni Muslims into Germany? Why has Merkel accepted funding from Saudia to build 200 new mosques in German as well as offering to fund barracks for 8000 militia? Who are those militia going to be? The UK populace may have voted against mass immigration but I believe a new government will face up to Merkel and Hollande and I sincerely hope the EU falls on its face.


  2. Reblogged this on Lake Malaren and commented:
    Thank you Muslim issue for reporting the history of the Syrian war and just exactly who is behind it. No news to me it is Saudia, the same nation has been at it since 1973 and as usual denies the truth. Obama & Clinton have both been funded by Saudia and the US has been in bed with Saudia for so long one may as well refer to Saudia as the power behind the power. It is not surprising Merkely is importing so many Wahhabi Islamic fighting men in particular as Saudia has offered to fund 200 new mosques in Germany and barracks for 8000 fighting men? Mevedev is no fool. If Russia can keep the lid on Iran we might find Iran will capitulate.


  3. “The constant meddling by the US and it’s bizarre support for Sunni leadership, responsible for over 90% of terrorism around the world, has helped to spread and facilitate Islamic terrorism.”

    “The Americans and our Arab partners must think well: do they want a —–>permanent war?<—— Do they think they can really quickly win it?"

    The US and its NATO allies conduct permanent war, claiming small, temporary, pyrrhic victories as their "leaders" actively, and via negligence, enable the subsumation of Western societies by the Third World.

    When do the West's soldiers – the majority being from the U.S. – realize they're fighting, dying, and being maimed for a cause that isn't their own? Most eventually return to a homeland where their women and children are exposed to increasing dangers, their communities are increasingly inhospitable, because of the stream of migrants/immigrants from the same Third World they've fought in. And, for what, for who?


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