Archive | July 17th, 2013

A dozen IsraHell security companies to hold networking event in Manhattan on July 18

 About a dozen Israeli technology companies active in the homeland security industry will visit New York City to participate in a private networking event on July 18, which will feature a reception, industry panel and company presentations by delegation members.
The Israeli companies are leading providers of solutions for perimeter security, surveillance, CNBRNE detection, secure mobile communications and other fields. ]]]The event is being presented by the Government of Israel Economic Mission[[[ in conjunction with two commercial firms, Cardinal Point Strategies and Secure Strategy Group  Participants will have the opportunity to meet the companies, view product demos and network with company executives and representatives. During the invitation-only networking event, which will run from 4:30 to 7:30 pm, the agenda will include welcoming remarks by Jeffrey Moerdler, of the Mintz Levin law firm; greetings by Nili Shalev, Israel’s Economic Minister to North America; and [[[[a peek into the New York / New Jersey Port Authority’s procurement process]]]] presented by Lillian D. Valenti, the Port Authority’s]][[[[ procurement department director]]]]]. 
[ed notes;a peek into ny/nj port authority procurement process? Lillian D Valenti is a New York Public Authority Employee with a salary of $198,328, which is 297.5% higher than the average for all New York State Employees as of 12/31/10. Lillian D Valenti is employed as a Director, Procurement in the Procurement division of the Port Authority of NY&NJ agency. Lillian D was hired on September 16, 1974. [ed note:does ms valenti give peeks into procurement processes for any other single nation’s delegations of security corporations?hmmm, i don’t think’s the official procurement procedure from port authority… 
When the Port Authority procures goods,services (which include professional, technical and advisory consulting services) and construction related contracts,the Port Authority seeks the best value. In the purchase of goods and some services this usually means obtaining the highest quality at the lowest cost within the required timeframe. [[[[Whenever practical for such goods and services, Port Authority requirements are met through competitive public bidding procedures, with an award made to the lowest qualified responsive/responsible bidder]]]] 
this event doesnt seem to follow that criteria at all…its basically set up by  israhell under an economic mission subverting the whole process!

 In addition, the program will include a panel discussion moderated by Scott Greiper, president of Secure Strategy Group, which will feature Ron Martin, executive director for the Open Security Exchange; Edward Meltzer, global director at Stanley Security Solutions, Inc.; and David Kimmins, former senior director for global safety, security and asset protection at Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Several Israeli companies, including BriefCam, FST21, LiveU, Mobilicom, Netline, Nice, TechMer and Vidisco, will offer presentations and answer questions.
The event is free of charge and by invitation only. Space is extremely limited, say the organizers, and available on a first-come first-serve basis. Interested participants can visit the event page. For more information about the Israeli companies comprising this delegation, as well as to schedule private meetings with select companies, please contact Scott Greiper at 646-330-0704 or or Pat Daly at 609-924-2110 or
[ed notes:mossad going for tunnels or subways next? they procure themselves when in strategic positions,then take over…. how can they win contracts considering their role in ”recent” (and past)  illegal surveilance scandals ,their history of spying,role in 9/11? managing security for port authority of ny/nj ?they are securing ports,airports,bio/chemical facilities,inspecting us nuclear submarines(see jinsa).The obvious risk to our national security couldnt be overstated…some one tell occupy wall street pay that event a visit.oh yes, thats right  nevermind ,they wont dare 😉

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Aoun: No One Wants New Cabinet, Nusra Members Arriving in Lebanon with Suicide Belts

Free Patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun on Tuesday noted that the new cabinet will not be formed anytime soon due to conditions and counter-conditions as well as foreign dictates, warning that the extremist al-Nusra Front has started infiltrating the country from neighboring Syria.“I don’t know who will the cabinet consist of if it will not represent the political parties. They are also speaking of a rotation of portfolios and this is shameful, that’s why we realized that no one wants the cabinet to be formed and let the Lebanese act accordingly,” 
Aoun said after the weekly meeting of the Change and Reform bloc in Rabiyeh.“We discussed several issues during the meeting, topped by the issue of security, as al-Nusra Front members have started arriving in the country with their suicide belts and equipment and certain parties are offering them a safe haven in Lebanon,” Aoun warned.“Where are all the security agencies?
The police, the army, the General Security and the Judicial Police? It turned out that al-Nusra Front is present in Lebanon and we can’t remain silent,” he added.The army announced on Sunday the arrest of a number of individuals for transporting weapons in the Bekaa region of Arsal.The Beirut-based, pan-Arab television al-Mayadeen later reported that the army arrested five people — two Syrians, a Lebanese and two Palestinians — who were carrying “suicide vests.””Uniforms carrying al-Nusra Front badges were found in their possession and they were on their way to Arsal’s barren mountains with the aim of infiltrating Syrian territory,” the National News Agency said.“We mentioned the refugees and their numbers and we tackled the security aspect of the issue, but they accused us of racism and here we are now sitting on a keg of gunpowder,” Aoun warned.He stressed that the caretaker cabinet “can’t resign from its duties regarding the security issues.”
Asked whether Hizbullah’s military intervention in Syria was the reason behind the deteriorating security situation in Lebanon, Aoun said: “Prior to Hizbullah’s intervention in Syria, acts of sabotage started in the North and assassination tools were stockpiled in Sidon, that’s why we are not surprised that these incidents are happening.”Commenting on the controversial issue of extending the term of Army Commander General Jean Qahwaji, Aoun said: “As long as the caretaker cabinet can convene, why do we need a law to appoint a new army commander? … I accuse those obstructing the appointment of a new army chief of conspiracy, because this is unacceptable.”

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Video Syria- People of Bustan Al- Qasr attacked


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9/11 NEWS … World Trade Center developer seeks billions in 9/11 damages from airlines

A federal judge in New York heard initial arguments Monday in a trial in which the developer of the World Trade Center argues that he should get billions of dollars from the airlines whose jets plowed into the Twin Towers almost 12 years ago.New York developer Larry Silverstein’s company,
World Trade Center Properties, which is still paying on a 99-year lease on the destroyed towers, has already collected more than $4 billion in insurance from the destruction of the iconic site on Sept. 11, 2001 Now he’s seeking billions more from United and American airlines, Boeing Co. and several other aviation and security companies. U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein — who’s in charge of most of the hundreds of 9/11-related cases — said he would rule after closing arguments Wednesday in the non-jury trial.The legal issue in the trial — which has been on the docket since April 2008 — is whether the insurance money Silverstein has already collected should offset the damages he says the airlines owe him.The airlines say letting him collect damages from them in addition to insurance would amount to double dipping, and they argue that Silverstein has already collected enough money to rebuild the Trade Center better than before. Silverstein contends that those are unrelated issues and says his expenses to rebuild the site have far outweighed what he’s collected in insurance.
If Hellerstein sides with Silverstein, the next step could be a full liability trial — one that could put the entire pre-9/11 U.S. aviation system back under a microscope.Silverstein’s suit claims that Boeing was liable in designing the jets; that the security systems at Boston’s Logan Airport (where United Flight 175 originated) and at the Portland, Maine, airport (where American Flight 11 originated) were liable for failing to intercept the hijackers on 9/11; and that the airlines were liable for failing to protect passengers and property after the hijackers took over.(ed notes:hes suing airlines for failed security wich were provided by israhelli companies of course,how convenient!!
The judge has previously ruled that if Silverstein eventually wins such a trial, the most he could get is an extra $3.5 billion. [ed notes:a jewish judge presiding iver case,gee i wonder if he will win case?lol 

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Haaretz reports that [[[[[Israel is easing its opposition to Western countries arming the al-Qaeda-backed Syrian rebels out of fear that a victory for Assad will be a victory for Iran]]]]]. Assad, whom Israel viewed as a stabilizing influence is apparently now seen as more willing to attack the Jewish state. At the same time, Israel has toned down its objections to arming the rebels, mainly due to the increased and conspicuous involvement of Hezbollah and other Shia groups, supported by Iran, in the Syrian conflict.
Hezbollah forces played a key role in capturing the strategic town of Qusairlast month, and Hezbollah fighters along with Shia volunteers from Iraq are currently fighting in the battle of Aleppo. Israeli officials believe that the Syrian civil war is far from over and that victory is not assured for either side. There is concern about the appearance of victory for the pro-Iranian camp and a growing belief that Assad has decided to throw in his lot with the radical axis. Assad who was once seen as a moderating influence, ensuring calm on the Syria-Lebanon border, now appears to be interested in encouraging terror attacks on Israel,
Israeli officials conclude. For now, though, he is not expected to allow regular units of the Syrian army to participate in such attacks. Another major concern is that the continued success of pro-Iranian forces in Syria without a response from the West will embolden Iran to forge ahead with its nuclear program despite international pressure and sanctions. 
[[[[In recent meetings between Israeli officials and their Western counterparts, the Israeli attitude toward the latter supplying the rebels with arm was more positive.]]]]] [[[[[Israel is also more accepting of continued supplies from Gulf nations that are also concerned about growing Iranian influence in the region and are eager to support the Sunni rebels.]]]]]]
 [ed notes:please discard the usual nonsense about how israhell viewed assad as amoderate,wich a total lie,the likudniks always labelled assad as biggest threat to israhell,for supplying ssafe havens,training,base for paletysinian resistance groups,and transiting weapons towards israhells biggets regional enemy,hezbollah!see… FLASHBACK-MAY 2008′  US ARMY WAR COLLEGE PAPER BY  ELY KARMON” DOES SYRIA REALLY WANT PEACE” ? THE PROTREUS MONOGRAPH SERIES 
 Israhell targets and hates assad,the list 


Long-Lost Pyramids Confirmed in Egypt, Could this Finding Dwarf the Pyramids of Giza?


Substantial evidence has emerged confirming that mysterious structures found by an amateur satellite archaeologist are a series of long-lost pyramids in the Egyptian desert.

Photo: Ancient Origins

Photo: Ancient Origins

By April Holloway

The pyramid-like structures were first spotted last year by Angela Micol, who noticed the huge mounds against a flat desert plain on Google Earth. However, despite gaining widespread media attention at the time, her claims were highly criticised and she was met with huge resistance from so-called experts who refused to accept that such an incredible discovery could be made by a layperson sitting at a computer in Northern California.

“They would be the greatest pyramids known to mankind,” said Medhat Kamal El-Kady, former ambassador to the Sultanate of Oman, and his wife Haidy Farouk Abdel-Hamid, a lawyer, former counselor at the Egyptian presidency. “We would not exaggerate if we said the finding can overshadow the Pyramids of Giza.”

Authoritative geologists and geo-archaeologists initially dismissed the structures as windswept natural rock formations, a justification we see time and again when incredible discoveries are made which could rewrite the history books, such as the Bosnian pyramids.

However, preliminary investigations as well as evidence emerging from unlikely sources have provided substantial evidence to support the claim that the ‘Google anomalies’ are actual a series of ancient pyramid complexes.

The two possible pyramid complexes appear as groupings of mounds with interesting alignment. One site in Upper Egypt, just 12 miles from the city of Abu Sidhum along the Nile, features four mounds while the site 90 miles north near the Fayum oasis, displays a four-sided, truncated mound approximately 150 feet wide and three smaller mounds in a diagonal alignment.

A ground proofing expedition at the site near Abu Sidhum has now revealed cavities and shafts under the buried mound and what appears to be a temple or habitation site near the pyramid and a row of what may be mastaba tombs adjacent to the mounds. A metal detector also revealed an underground tunnel heading north and the presence of metal – could it be a buried tomb with gold and other treasures? Most Egyptian pyramids also have north facing entrance tunnels.

“Those mounds are definitely hiding an ancient site below them,” Mohamed Aly Soliman, who led the preliminary expedition near Abu Sidhum. “The mounds are different: You will find pottery everywhere, seashells and transported layers. These are different layers, not belonging to the place, and were used by the Egyptians to hide and protect their buried sites,” he said.  The discovery of seashells is particularly interesting considering that the pharaohs used seashells to build their tombs and in the pyramids for ventilation purposes.

However, supporting the findings from the ground investigation is evidence that has emerged from an unlikely source – a series of ancient maps and documents which show pyramids in those exact sites.

Medhat Kamal El-Kady and Haidy Farouk Abdel-Hamid are top collectors of maps, old documents, books and rare political and historical manuscripts. After the initial media hype last year following the discovery on Google Earth, the Egyptian couple contact Angela Micol to say that had important historical references for both sites.  In fact, the two exact sites in Fayum and near Abu Sidhum were both labelled as pyramid complex sites in several old maps and documents.  In total, there are 34 maps and 12 old documents that refer to the pyramids.

Several of the documents point to the existence of two buried pyramids which add to the known Fayum pyramids of Lahoun and Hawara.  Their sources indicate the pyramids at the Fayum site were intentionally buried in a “damnatio memoriae” — an attempt to intentionally strike them from memory.

The emergence of the old maps and documents together with the initial ground investigations provide strong evidence that the mysterious mounds are in fact long lost pyramids in Egypt. If this is the case, it could be the archaeological find of the century.

Further investigations are taking place to explore the sites and we will be reporting back with news as it emerges.

View photographs of the incredible long lost pyramids.

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Obama/Kerry bypass Congress with 1.3 Billion Dollar Gift to the Muslim Brotherhood. Can they do that?

K Curtis
Secretary of State John Kerry last 

month secretly sent $1.3 billion in U.S. military aid to Muslim
Brotherhood-controlled Egypt, waiving the restrictions put in place by
Congress to withhold such aid unless the country could meet certain
democracy standards.

U.S. law, for the $1.3 billion to flow the secretary of state must
certify that the Egyptian government ‘is supporting the transition to
civilian government, including holding free and fair elections,
implementing policies to protect freedom of expression, association and
religion, and due process of law’,” Reuters reports.

Kerry’s quiet decision came before an
Egyptian court this week sentenced 43 democracy workers, including 16
Americans, to up to five years in jail for working in NGOs not
registered with the government. Critics of the restrictive government
see the action as a crackdown on pro-democracy, non-governmental

In a May 9 memo, Kerry said that “we
are not satisfied with the extent of Egypt’s progress and are pressing
for a more inclusive democratic process and strengthening of key
democratic institutions.” Yet the new secretary of state still decided
to push the aid through.

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Report: IsraHell made sure no Russians in Latkia – then attacked


Yakhont missiles only after ensuring no Russian experts were on-site. Another report: Senior rebel commander passed on information regarding missile stockpile to US


Even after US sources affirmed that Israel was the one behind the bombing of the Yakhont missile stockpile in Latkia, Syria, the whole story behind the attack on the anti-ship cruise missiles remains murky.

Monday evening, Lebanese channel MTV reported that Israel had bombed the advanced land-to-sea missiles, which had been transferred from Russia to President Bashar Assad, only after it made sure that no Russian experts were on-site.

At the same time, Syrian news site Al Hakika quoted Turkish officials who said that a senior rebel source, Malik al-Kurdi, sent a message to the US that Yakhont missiles had arrived in Syria and Assad intended to give them to Hezbollah.

The sources, close to the Free Syrian Army command in Istanbul, said that al-Kurdi, who defected from the Syrian Army in 2011, recently sent a message to the US military attaché in Ankara via a Turkish officer, asking to meet in order to pass on “important information of interest to the US and Israel regarding Hezbollah and the Syrian regime.”

According to the same Turkish sources, al-Kurdi said in his communiqué that “he had important military secrets related to the arrival of Yakhont missiles in Syria and that the regime intends to give some of them to Hezbollah.” He noted that his former colleagues in the Syrian naval command had provided him with the information and the location of stockpiles.

The report claimed that the senior rebel gave the US naval attaché additional, accurate information regarding the stockpiles, and met with him again at the end of June. According to the Turkish sources, this information was what made it possible for Israel – after consultation and coordination with the US government – to determine at least three locations where the missiles were stored.

The same report said that the missiles were destroyed with three sea-to-land Harpoon missiles.

On Monday, the Russian news site RT reported that Israel used military bases in Turkey for one of the sea-to-land strikes against Syria. Apparently, this referred to the attack on arsenals in Latakia, which was generally attributed to the Israeli Air Force. Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu quickly denied the report of Turkey’s involvement, calling it a complete lie.

Another article, this one appearing earlier in the week in Britian’s Sunday Times, stated that the missiles which destroyed the Yakhont stockpile were launched from a Dolphin submarine. It is still unclear how the attack was carried out.

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Naziyahu says Iran continues ‘race toward bomb’



Zio-Nazi PM tells cabinet Rohani’s election has not slowed Islamic Republic’s nuclear program; calls for harsher sanctions, ‘credible military option’


“A month has passed since elections were held in Iran, and Iran continues to race toward the development of military nuclear capability,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday.

The PM said that under President-Elect Hassan Rohani’s leadership Iran is “expanding and perfecting its (uranium) enrichment while simultaneously developing a plutonium reactor to produce material for a nuclear bomb.

“At the same time, Iran is also developing its ballistic missile force. These (developments) threaten not only us, but the entire West. We are determined to stand behind our demands, which must also be the demands of the international community,” Netanyahu told his ministers.

The Israeli premier went on to list the demands from Iran: “Stop all uranium production, remove all enriched material (from the country) and close the illegal nuclear facility in Qom.

“We believe that now more than ever, in light of Iran’s progress, it is important (that the international community) tighten the economic sanctions and make Iran face a credible military option,” the PM said.

A Pentagon report stated that China, Iran and North Korea are aggressively developing nuclear missiles capable of striking the United States and proliferation among these nations of technology is rife, the British newspaper Daily Mail reported over the weekend.

The Department of Defense report, the findings of which were first published by the Washington Times, confirms the assessment of US intelligence agencies that Iran is set to test an intercontinental ballistic missile as early as 2015.

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Divisions within Zio-NATO Rat’s? The FSA and the Supreme Military Council Support Zionist Al Qaeda Terrorists

Global Research


Recent reports within mainstream media are pushing the theory that divisions are forming within the various camps of opposition militants in Syria, while also making attempts to highlight the disparity between the supposed “moderate” rebel forces of the “FSA” – which does not exist beyond a small cadre of defectors with no autonomy inside Syria – and the Al Qaeda affiliated militia of Jabhat al Nusra, (JaN) or the Islamic state of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), while also whitewashing the presence of the larger Salafist brigades that fight alongside them, predominantly Ahrar al-Sham (SIF).

To comprehend these alleged divisions, it is fundamental to understand what exactly the “FSA”, or “Supreme Military Council” consists of. In short, these Western-backed outfits and the oft-referenced “spokesmen” that carry them hold no value inside Syria, or any amount of authority among the plethora of militia fighting on the ground. This has been the case since day one of the Syrian crisis. The “FSA” was a retroactive PR stunt implemented by the West and the GCC to uphold a facade of “moderation”, and bolster the false image of militants fighting for “freedom and democracy”. In reality, the FSA represents a branding exercise; enabling foreign powers to rally behind disparate groups of militants – often led by extremists – to undertake their desired use and mask the true identity of what are, by western legal standards, “terrorists”.

When the media refer to the “FSA”, at best it is lazy journalism, at worst it is disingenuous and designed to mislead the reader – otherwise known as propaganda. Yet the “FSA”, or “SMC” seem to have a new lease of life within the media. Furthermore, General Salim Idriss has been at the forefront of recent media campaigns to persuade foreign powers to increase military aid to the rebels (including a photo-op with renowned peace advocate John McCain); rebels that Idriss, nor any other commander in the “SMC” or “FSA” have any control over. I posited the theory in early May that the US and its GCC partners (now minus the deposed Qatari Emir) were attempting to marginalize the very militants they fomented, sponsored and armed in order to build a new “moderate” force under their control that is agreeable to the public, and the many European and American Parliamentarians and Congressman that have expressed concern about the “rising” influence of radicals among the militants they are indirectly supporting.

Recent attempts to purport divisions could be construed as part of this “re-branding” policy. In a Reuters report titled “New front opens in Syria as rebels say Al Qaeda attack means war” we learn that a “Commander” from the Supreme Military Council was assassinated by ISIS’ Emir: Sheikh Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Whether this is even true remains to be seen; several prominent analysts have cast doubt on the report, claiming it may be a psy-op on the FSA’s behalf; presumably in order to marginalize Baghdadi and the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham militants that follow him.

These artificial divisions bear hallmarks to recent reports and recent analysis covering the supposed “split” between the Syrian wing of Al Qaeda, otherwise known as Jabhat al Nusra (JaN), and the Iraqi wing of Al Qaeda, otherwise known as the Islamic state of Iraq (ISI). When Baghdadi, the Emir of ISI retroactively announced the “merger of these groups and declared the militia should now be addressed as the Islamic State of Iraq and al Sham, a spat broke out between him and Jabhat al-Nusra Emir Abu Mohammed al-Jolani. The following analysis and reports covering the dispute were blown out of all proportion and have continued in this vain ever since. Again, actual divisions on the ground between ISI and JaN were minimal and did not affect either tactical, nor ideological cooperation and kinship.

ISI and JaN are one and the same, in both a tactical and ideological sense, there are slight differences in their outlook for a possible future Syria, but crucially, both the tactical relationship and core ideologies remain untouched and unified. Furthermore, JaN was concieved through ISI funding and logistic cooperation. Journalists and analysts suggesting these groups are separate do not understand their mutual ideology, or they are being purposefully misleading to suit an agenda – that agenda seems to be to highlight ISI as the “bad rebels”, this could be to allow space for the “good rebels” under JaN’s leadership – which are predominantly led by Syrians and not foreigners, therefore more likely to win “hearts and minds” – to join the “moderate” brigades under the SMC command.

The first paragraph of the Reuters report fulfills the false narrative that the “FSA” represents a larger force than that of “Islamists”: (NB: Reuters lazy wording not mine.)

Rivalries have been growing between the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and the Islamists, whose smaller but more effective forces control most of the rebel-held parts of northern Syria more than two years after pro-democracy protests became an uprising.

One has to wonder how the supposed “Islamists” which, according to Reuters are a smaller force than the “FSA” can possibly hold more territory than the Western-backed moderates. Again, Reuters is pushing a false narrative upon its readers to uphold the image that the majority of “rebels” fighting inside Syria are moderate secularists under the command of the “FSA”, or “Supreme Military Council”. The truth of the matter has always been that Jabhat al Nusra – who are one and the same as Al Qaeda in Iraq with slightly different outlooks for their respective homelands – along with the more populist, and larger in number Salafi militia, such as Ahrar al-Sham, who operate under the umbrella group the Syrian Islamic Front (SIF), represent the vast majority of opposition fighters in Syria. These groups have close links, and it is likely that fighters often interchange depending on expertise, experience and geographical requirements. Since the onset they have cooperated closely with logistics and paramilitary operations.

Supposed “secular” opposition forces in Syria simply do not exist; under the “FSA” command or anywhere else. There are many smaller groups that espouse an inclusive, and indeed, moderate outlook for a future Syria. These groups have in the majority been rampant with criminality, infighting, and a lack of funds. Leaving disillusioned fighters with the option of joining the better organised and funded Salafi brigades; which have consistently received funding and arms from both state and non-state actors in the Gulf.

The “FSA” commander quoted in the Reuters piece claims: “we are going to wipe the floor with them”. Presumably this is aimed at Baghdadi and his fellow ideologues, or as Reuters labels them: “Islamists”. Again, we are supposed to buy the theory that the FSA is in a position to strike anyone militarily inside Syria – let alone a commander of one of the strongest opposition groups operating. At this moment in time, the “FSA” as a fighting force could possibly be at its weakest since its artificial inception. Recent reports have suggested there are up to 6,000 foreign militants fighting against the government in Syria. It is likely that the vast majority of foreigners have joined the more radical outfits such as ISIS, for the same reasons as mentioned above, but can also be explained by the public sectarian tone being applied to the conflict, and calls to the regions Sunni community to engage in “Holy War” against the Syrian state from influential clerics such as Yusuf Qaradawi.

Recent political developments also shed light on the “re-branding” of the Syrian opposition. The Emir of Qatar’s unexpected departure from the throne – to be replaced by his son – may have been an indicator as toQatar’s failures in leading the Syrian insurgency. It is common knowledge that Saudi Arabia have been given the “Syria File”. A fact that is portrayed with no irony by western analysts; who manage to conveniently whitewash exactly which state actor is delegating the “files” – could it be “Mother”? This handing over of the baton was solidified with the departure of SNC Prime Minister Ghassan Hitto – a Muslim Brotherhood member chosen by Qatar in attempts to consolidate the Muslim Brotherhood’s hold on the SNC. Hitto was replaced by Ahmed al-Jarba, an influential tribal figure with close links to the Saudi Monarchy.

Reports on the ground in Syria have also suggested that the rebels weapons flow – including such basics as ammunition – have come to an almost standstill. And several rebel commanders have relayed their frustration at the lack of promised US weapons. Recent developments in the US Congress have also given Obama the back-door he was looking for, at least to buy himself more time until a more suitable fighting force is able to undertake the task at hand – if such force ever materializes. Direct US arms supplies – or, to be precise; the official funding for arms supplies – have been blocked by Congress until the administration can determine exactly which rebel groups it intends to arm, and what exactly the administration intends to achieve from what seem to be futile efforts to validate the now almost two-year covert policy of arming the rebels, and achieving nothing but bloodshed and destruction – of course, it would be ridiculous to suggest that was the plan? US allies in the region will undoubtedly be working under their own terms with regard to their destructive policies in Syria, to some extent.

Contrary to the Saud monarchies renewed efforts to wrest control of the insurgency; recent developments on the ground, along with Russia’s steadfast support and mass public opinion against supporting the extremist dominated rebels; the Syrian Army have kept the insurgency at bay whilst they choose their strategic victories. Homs is about to become the latest “rebel stronghold” to fall, as rebels announced this morning another “tactical retreat”.

One imagines the rebel siege being laid upon 2 million civilians – a war-crime that Western “diplomats” seem reluctant to “intervene” on, or indeed make any mention of – in government controlled Western Aleppo will be the Syrian military’s next priority. The Saudis through their new puppet al-Jarba have promised a huge influx of “game-changing” weapons, but without a massive influx of military hardware, and indeed, trained fighters to use them, it appears the trajectory of the conflict will remain in the Syrian military’s favour. What the various actors supporting the insurgency are willing to do to change that trajectory in the short-term, if anything substantial, remains to be seen. There are at least three interested and powerful parties whose objectives can be served by allowing the Syrian conflict to drag on for years to come; yet none of them necessarily want to see Assad fall.

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