September 23, 2013

Nasrallah's Statements On Turkey And Saudi Arabia Don't Go Far Enough

Death To Saudi Arabia. Death To Turkey. Death To Qatar.

In a speech on Monday, Hezbollah's leader Hassan Nasrallah criticized Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and other Gulf countries for their negative and destructive role in fueling the war in Syria.

It is well known that both Turkey and Saudi Arabia have been funding and arming al-Qaeda as well as other Jihadist terrorist groups in Syria. They aim to destroy Assad's regime and suppress Kurdish rights and the rights of other minorities. 

Below is an excerpt from the article, "Nasrallah Warns Turkey, Gulf on Syria" by Ali Hashem that was published in Al-Monitor on September 23, 2013.
Nasrallah’s gave his words on Syria a regional impact. He warned Turkey of a fate similar to Pakistan, called on Arab countries, mainly Saudi Arabia, to stop saying that Hezbollah is occupying Syria. “A lot of Gulf countries, especially Saudi Arabia, are saying that Syria is occupied by Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, then they say that should be a resistance inside Syria to expel the occupiers. Saudi and Gulf countries don't want any occupiers in Syria, they only go further to call the whole world to occupy Syria.”

Still, Nasrallah decided to call on the countries he accuses of interfering in Syria to think in a different way, “This is a sincere call to Saudi, Turkey, Qatar and Gulf countries especially to reconsider their positions. If you think you will win militarily, you are wrong, you will fail. Think about the safety of the people in this region. Whoever declines calls for political solutions in Syria has Syrian blood on his hands.”

“Nasrallah believes that some of the Syrian opposition groups are highly influenced by the Gulf states,” said our source. ”From his point of view these groups will never go to a solution with the blessings of their backers, so he wanted to address [those] whom he regards as the decision makers.”
The United States is aiding Turkey and Saudi Arabia in their attempted suppression of the Kurdish revolution in northern Syria. Washington is going to great extremes to discredit Kurdish freedom fighters while it props the failing Fictitious Syrian Army. The Obama administration is desperate to protect its collapsing narrative that it is only backing moderates in Syria, which isn't true as events and evidence have shown. 

The United States, Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia must be told in clear terms by the international community, and the community of awakened humanitarians worldwide, to stop their support for al-Qaeda terrorism in Syria against Christians, Kurds, and other minorities.

America, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar must stop supporting terrorism against Syrian civilians of all religions, ethnicities, sects, and political persuasions. If they do not stop their support for al-Qaeda and other Jihadist terrorist groups the penalty will be death for these regional regimes and perpetual dishonour for the regime in Washington.