14-11-13

Latest News Syria: Belgium supports terrorism

Belgian minor who was fighting against the Syrian government arrested and released

A seventeen year old Antwerp Syria fighter who last week returned to Belgium, was arrested and brought before the juvenile court. After a conversation of half an hour, the Court decided that he could go home. He was allowed to go back to school.

That is a precedent for all other Syria fighters who returned to our country and are currently in jail.

The teenager fought three months actively on the side of Isis, the most violent terrorist movement in Syria, which also sent threatening emails to our country.

Experts fear that this precedent will have consequences. Adults who fight in Syria know very clearly where they stand. When they return they will be arrested and they come to court on suspicion of participation in a terrorist organization.

Minors going to fight in Syria are now encouraged.

Belgian jihad organizations are recruiting in a very intense way on the internet among Antwerp minors to fight in Syria.

http://www.vandaag.be/binnenland/140102_antwerpse-syriestrijder-17-meteen-vrijgelaten.html

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Aug 7, 2013 – EU: ‘Salafi Fighters in Syria Not Allowed to Return to Homelands in Europe’

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13920516000657

Protest:

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders, Karmelietenstraat 15 1000 Brussels, Belgium
tel: +32 (0)2 501 81 11

13-11-13

Latest News Syria: The People's Party

November 13, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) – The People's Party convened on Wednesday its first general conference in al-Sham Hotel in Damascus, stressing support to the firm principles of Syria in terms of holding the international conference (Geneva 2).

In its concluding statement, the People's Party asserted the necessity of confronting the U.S.-Zionist war against Syria and eradicating its tools.

The Party pointed out that the opposition groups which are operating outside Syria do not represent the will of the Syrian people, adding that the Syrians can draw their future and shoulder the responsibility of their domestic affairs.

http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/13/512417.htm

Latest News Syria: Damascus

Syrian army forces have regained full control of a strategic town south of the capital Damascus following heavy clashes with foreign-backed militants.

Nov 13, 2013

The state television said on Wednesday that following days of clashes with foreign-backed militants "The army has taken town of Hujeira." 

"The town is totally under the control of the army after three days of fighting. This has tightened the noose on armed terrorist groups," said a senior security official, adding, "It gives a new dimension to securing the southern entrance of Damascus and cutting supply lines to the terrorist groups present south of Damascus." 

On Tuesday, in the flashpoint city of Homs, Syrian troops seized several vehicles equipped with heavy machinegun and killed their drivers. 

Also on Monday, the Syrian troops carried out a military operation against Takfiri militants in the key neighborhood of Barzeh, located north of Damascus, inflicting heavy losses on them. 

On Sunday, Syrian soldiers regained full control of a strategic base, dubbed Base 80, near Aleppo International Airport. 

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Photo: President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt. Nasser supported the Palestinian cause and the right to self-determination. In 1956 after the United States had refused to grant aid for building the Aswān Dam, Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal. The nationalization led to the 1956 Arab-Israeli War, in which Great Britain, France, and Israel jointly attacked Egypt.

Latest News Syria: symbolic gifts to the martyrs' families

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November 13, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Wael al-Halqi said that honoring martyrs reflects embodiment of the sublime values of martyrdom.

"Honoring martyrs is also a constitutional, legal, humane and ethical duty towards the martyrs' families," the Premier added during a ceremony for honoring martyrs' families at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Damascus.

He stressed the government's keenness to offer the martyrs' families the care that befits their sacrifices.

PM al-Halqi elaborated on the lofty meanings of martyrdom and the role of martyrs in shielding the homeland against any future attempts that seek to undermine Syria.

Al-Halqi underlined the importance that the government and civil society exert concerted efforts to offer all it takes to honor martyrs and their families.

''Syria is marching towards astounding victory thanks to the sacrifices of the Syrian Arab army,'' al-Halqi said, indicating that Syria is recovering from its wounds and witnessing the start of the reconstruction process.

The Premier distributed symbolic gifts to the martyrs' families, who affirmed that they take pride in the martyrdom of their sons to preserve the unity and dignity of the homeland.

Read more at: http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/13/512284.htm

Photo: President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt. Nasser supported the Palestinian cause and the right to self-determination. In 1956 after the United States had refused to grant aid for building the Aswān Dam, Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal. The nationalization led to the 1956 Arab-Israeli War, in which Great Britain, France, and Israel jointly attacked Egypt.

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12-11-13

Saudi religious leader against jihadists going to Syria

Mecca , October 29, 2013

Saudi Arabia's grand mufti, the highest religious authority in the birthplace of Islam, has said it is "wrong" to fight in Syria's civil war and Saudi jihadists should not go.

“This is all wrong, it's not obligatory,” Sheikh Abdulaziz al-Sheikh said, according to pan-Arab daily al-Hayat.

“These are feuding factions and one should not go there. I do not advise one to go there... Going to a land that you do not know and without experience, you will be a burden to them, what they want from you is your prayer,” he said.

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August 27th, 2013 - 'U.S. said to organize major weapons transfer to Syria rebels, financed by Gulf states'
http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/08/27/u-s-said-to-organize-major-weapons-transfer-to-syria-rebels-financed-by-gulf-states/

November 7, 2013 - 'Syria crisis: Saudi Arabia to spend millions to train new rebel force'
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/07/syria-crisis-saudi-arabia-spend-millions-new-rebel-force

November 7, 2013 - 'Syrian Rebel Groups Vie for Saudi Funding and Weapons'
http://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/Middle-East/Syrian-Rebel-Groups-Vie-for-Saudi-Funding-and-Weapons.html

November 10, 2013 - 'The CIA is Leading Massive Arms Deliveries to Rebels in Syria, Saudi Arabia is Training Terrorists'
http://www.globalresearch.ca/cia-is-leading-massive-arms-deliveries-to-rebels-in-syria-saudi-arabia-training-terrorists/5357531

November 12, 2013 - 'Saudi Arabia offers USD 300 million to terrorists…Doha Coalition admits subordination'
http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/12/512151.htm

News Syria: Massive rally in Jibreen, Aleppo to support the army

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November 12, 2013

Aleppo, (SANA) - Citizens of Jibreen village in Aleppo went out in a massive rally to express support to the Syrian Army in confronting terrorism.

The citizens took to streets and squares of the village with the participation of Electricity Minister Imad Khamis, Secretary of Aleppo Branch of al-Baath Arab Socialist Part Ahmad Saleh Ibrahim and Aleppo Governor Mohammad Wahid Akkad.

The participants affirmed their support to the Syrian Army in confronting terrorism and achieving victories over the enemies and terrorists who are launching a fierce war on Syria, stressing readiness to sacrifice their souls for preserving Syria's dignity and sovereignty.

For his part, the Electricity Minister hailed the steadfastness of Aleppo citizens in the face of the war to which Syria is exposed, affirming the government's keenness to meet the citizens' needs, pointing out that the maintenance workshops will work to rehabilitate electrical power in the village.

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B. Mousa/ Mazen

http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/12/512209.htm

Leading Syrian Opposition Group, Yielding to Pressure, Votes to Join Peace Talks
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/12/world/middleeast/syria.html

Latest news Syria: new qualitative industries

November 12, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Wael al-Halqi, stressed the government's commitment to launching new qualitative industries to meet the needs of the local market.

During a meeting with members of Damascus Chamber of Industry, al-Halqi reviewed the efforts exerted by the government to improve the national industries and to consolidate the elements of their steadfastness in the shade of the terrorist acts perpetrated by the armed terrorist groups.

The Prime Minister hailed the national industrialists and businessmen who withstood in the homeland and insisted to continue production and work with the government to provide the requirements of decent living for the Syrian people.

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In turn, members of the chamber reviewed the reality of industry and mechanisms to develop it.

They pointed out to the efforts of the government in maintaining the national industries and developing them in quantity and quality in spite of the crisis.

In a statement following the meeting, Head of Damascus Chamber of Industry, Basel al-Hamwi, stressed that the meeting discussed several important issues, including cooperation and coordination between the government and the industrial sector in decision making in this regard.

Al-Hamwi called on industrialists to return to the areas which are cleared of the armed terrorist groups, pointing out that the industrialists discussed with the Prime Minister mechanisms to rehabilitate and repair the damaged industrial establishments.

F.Allafi

http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/12/512187.htm 

Latest News Syria: terrorist acts against schools and holy places

Syrian government condemns terrorist acts against schools and holy places

 
Nov 12, 2013

Damascus, (SANA)-The Syrian government on Tuesday condemned the coward, brutal terrorist acts which targeted the schools in al-Qasaa, Bab Sharqi and other holy places in addition to the assassination of Parliament member Mejhim al-Saho.

"Those heinous acts are not strange of the mentality and culture of the armed takfiri terrorist groups who kill childhood and fight science and knowledge in a bid to consolidate illiteracy and violence among the Syrian people," the Cabinet said during a weekly session headed by Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi.

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Al-Halqi discussed with the Ministers the economic situation in the country, affirming that the price of the Syrian pound against foreign currency is stable, calling for opening new marketing points and taking new procedures to decrease the prices of basic food materials.

He reaffirmed that there are big quantities of oil products that boost the strategic reserve and cover the need of citizens during winter, pointing out to the rich stockpiles of wheat.

Al-Halqi referred to the efforts exerted to restore electricity to Aleppo and countryside after the terrorists targeted the power generating stations, saying that electricity is gradually returning to the city.

Prime Minister said that the national vaccination campaign will include 1.300 million child under 5-year, stressing that polio has vanished completely since 1999, but with the coming of the armed terrorist groups from 83 state, 13 cases occurred in Dir Ezzor infected by those terrorists.

Mazen

http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/12/512190.htm

Geneva 2 Syria: Kerry Backs Political Solution...

Feb. 28, 2013 - Kerry Backs Political Solution - Kerry said, “We want to see Assad and the Syrian opposition sitting at the same table to establish a transitional government as laid out in the Geneva Accords.”
http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/tr/contents/articles/politics/2013/03/us-supports-negotiations-syria.html

August 27th, 2013 - 'U.S. said to organize major weapons transfer to Syria rebels, financed by Gulf states'
http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/08/27/u-s-said-to-organize-major-weapons-transfer-to-syria-rebels-financed-by-gulf-states/

November 7, 2013 - 'Syria crisis: Saudi Arabia to spend millions to train new rebel force'
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/07/syria-crisis-saudi-arabia-spend-millions-new-rebel-force

November 7, 2013 - 'Syrian Rebel Groups Vie for Saudi Funding and Weapons'
http://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/Middle-East/Syrian-Rebel-Groups-Vie-for-Saudi-Funding-and-Weapons.html

November 10, 2013 - 'The CIA is Leading Massive Arms Deliveries to Rebels in Syria, Saudi Arabia is Training Terrorists'
http://www.globalresearch.ca/cia-is-leading-massive-arms-deliveries-to-rebels-in-syria-saudi-arabia-training-terrorists/5357531

November 12, 2013 - 'Saudi Arabia offers USD 300 million to terrorists…Doha Coalition admits subordination'
http://213.178.225.235/eng/21/2013/11/12/512151.htm

Benghazi attack: AK-47 and FN F2000 NATO assault rifles

... 'Between 125 and 150 gunmen, "some wearing the Afghan-style tunics favored by Islamic militants," are reported to have participated in the assault. Some had their faces covered and wore flak jackets. Weapons they used during the attack included rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), hand grenadesAK-47 and FN F2000 NATO assault rifles, diesel canisters, mortars, and heavy machine guns and artillery mounted on gun trucks'...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Benghazi_attack

11-11-13

Latest News Syria: China, India, Russia

Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani (1st left) shakes hands with his Swiss counterpart Filippo Lombardi on the sidelines of the 129th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly in Geneva on October 9, 2013.

China, India, Russia stress political solution to Syria crisis

11-11-2013

NEW DELHI, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) -- China, India and Russia Sunday stressed the need to find a political solution to the Syria crisis, said Indian Minister of External Affairs Salman Khurshid after a trilateral foreign ministers' meeting here.

The Russian foreign minister Seigei Lavrov also said the three foreign ministers agreed that a peaceful solution, rather than military solution, is the only way to end the civil war in Syria.
Lavrov also said all three countries hope the Geneva II conference on Syria should be held as soon as possible and that U. N. inspectors should be given access to the chemical stockages.

The three foreign ministers also discussed the situation in Afghanistan.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the Afghanistan is one of the most important issues for the region.
"We hope to see a safe, stable, unified and developing Afghanistan. We actively participate in the reconstruction of Afghanistan, which is in an important period of transition," said Wang.
A smooth holding of election, an Afghan-decided peace process and U.N. action in coordinating international support to Afghanistan are key elements in a peaceful transition in the country, he said.

China will host an international conference on Afghanistan next year in Tianjin, he said.

http://english.cntv.cn/20131111/100520.shtml

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Photo: Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani (1st left) shakes hands with his Swiss counterpart Filippo Lombardi on the sidelines of the 129th Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly in Geneva on October 9, 2013.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/10/09/328518/geneva-2-must-gather-syrian-figures/

Latest News Syria: flights to Cairo

Nov 11, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) - An official source at the Syrian Arab Airlines on Monday affirmed that the flights to Cairo "Run normally and have not been canceled".

The source told SANA that the Syrian Arab Airlines runs two flights a week, on Monday and Thursday, adding that there is no change to any flight.

Earlier, Middle East News Agency reported that Syrian Establishment decided to cancel its flights to Cairo for 4 month due to the crisis in Syria.

B. Mousa/ Mazen

http://213.178.225.235/eng/386/2013/11/11/511979.htm