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The Saudi Bull in Arab China Shop. The Saudi-Israeli Marriage of Convenience against Syria and Iran

King Abdullah

Jan 8, 2014, Global Research Obsessed with the “Iran threat,” which leads to its warmongering in Syria, Saudi Arabia is acting like a bull in a china shop, wreaking regional havoc in an already Arab fragile political environment and creating what George Joffe’ of Cambridge University’s Centre of International Studies, …

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Washington’s New Islamic Front: Expanded U.S. Support to Al Qaeda Rebels in Syria

Dec 15, 2013, Global Research From the outset, the Western military alliance has (covertly) supported the terrorists with a view to destabilizing Syria as a nation state. Lest we forget, Al Qaeda is a creation of the CIA.  The US, NATO, Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have channeled most …

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Large weapons shipment seized in S Turkey

Nov 9, 2013, Press TV A large shipment of weapons has been seized by Turkish security forces in the southern province of Adana near Syria border, Press TV reports. Turkish police confiscated a truck carrying rocket heads, bazookas, missiles, bombs and guns at an industrial site on Thursday. The driver …

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Al Qaeda Rebels Supported by Uncle Sam: US, Allies to Blame for Chemical Attack in Syria

Nov 2, 2013, Global Research An analyst says the United States and its allies in the region are to blame for having helped militants in Syria to launch the deadly chemical attack on civilians in August. Michel Chossudovsky told Press TV in an interview on Friday that the US-led “military …

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Regional War Scenario. NATO-US-Turkey War Games Off the Syrian Coastline

De Zeven Provinciën-class frigate (Netherlands)

Nov 5, 2013, Global Research According to Turkish press reports, Turkey’s High Command will be hosting NATO’S Invitex military exercise in the Eastern Mediterranean in a clear act of provocation directed against Syria. The Invitex-Eastern Mediterranean war games are scheduled from November 4 to 14. Deafening silence. Not a single …

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Turkey seizes huge chemicals haul near Syria border

Nov 4, 2013, Press TV Turkish authorities say they have seized a large quantity of chemicals on the country’s border with Syria, adding that the chemicals “could be transformed into weapons.” Turkey’s army said in a statement issued on Sunday that a convoy of three vehicles attempted to smuggle the …

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Rebels conduct new chemical weapons attack in Syria near Turkish border

A United Nations (UN) arms expert collects samples on August 29, 2013, as they inspect the site where rockets had fallen in Damascus' eastern Ghouta suburb during an investigation into a suspected chemical weapons strike near the capital (AFP Photo)

Oct 29, 2013, RT.com The rebels used chemical weapons in north-eastern Syria near the border with Turkey on Tuesday, a Lebanese TV channel Al-Mayadeen reported. The toxic shell exploded near a Kurdish defense forces’ checkpoint close to the border with Turkey in the city of Ras al-Ayn al-Hasakah. The attack …

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The Syrian People Alone Must Decide Who Stays and Who Goes

President Assad to Fox News : Any diplomatic move without having stability and getting rid of the terrorists is going to be just an illusion. Any diplomatic move should start with stopping the flow of the terrorists (into Syria), the logistical support of those terrorists, the armament support and the money support. Then, you have a full plan, and the Syrians could sit at the table, to discuss the future of Syria, the political system, the constitution and everything.

Oct 23, 2013, VNN Even as mercenaries and émigrés used to destroy Syria meet under the auspices of the UK, US and France and insist on regime change despite the on the ground reality in Syria, the US-Iran negotiations have been welcomed by citizens all over the world.  The government of Saudi …

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Syrian Peace Talks

Oct 22, 2013, Stephen Lendman Obama’s war on Syria rages. Opposition forces are divided. Kofi Annan’s March 2012 six-point plan failed. Three months later, so did Geneva I. June 2012 talks were called a “last ditch effort” to halt violence. Similar headlines followed Annan’s plan. Fighting rages daily. Obama bears …

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Washington Casts Blame for Expansion of Al-Qaeda on Turkey

Oct 19, 2013, Strategic Culture It is no longer possible to conceal the obvious. The West, in its attempts to remove Bashar al-Asad from power during the years of the war in Syria, has nurtured a force so sinister that its tentacles are now reaching to the Western capitals themselves. …

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