Countries backing terrorists in Syria will pay dearly


Dec 21, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Wael al-Halqi said Western countries and Arab regimes backing terrorists will pay a heavy price for their support to terrorist groups who are shedding the blood of the Syrians.

During his meeting with an Australian solidarity delegation currently in Syria, al-Halqi pointed to the importance of such visits to convey the reality of what the Syrian people have been facing, hoping that the delegation will convey the true image as they experienced it first-hand to the public opinion.

Premier al-Halqi highlighted the political, military, ideological and economic dimensions of the war waged against Syria due to its support to resistance, indicating that Syria remains committed to its support to the Palestinian cause and its right to restore the occupied Golan.

The Syrian army is fighting terrorists coming from 83 countries, indoctrinated with extreme views that preach killing and violence, the Prime Minister affirmed.

He stressed that the Syrian economy has proved its resilience in the war that has targeted all its components, despite systematic sabotage of infrastructure, schools, universities and factories that have all failed to break the will of the Syrian people.

The government is fully carrying out its duties as it is compensating for the crisis-hit families and providing makeshift centers for the displaced in parallel with the war against terrorism ahead of Geneva II conference.

Al-Halqi hailed the stances of the Australian people and national parties who have stood by the Syrian people, drawing a line between the popular and official public opinion in Australia and elsewhere around the world.

The delegation members, for their part, expressed regret over the participation of Australian citizens alongside the armed terrorist groups in Syria, affirming that they are determined to convey the reality of what they saw in Syria and the normal life they witnessed in Damascus.

The Australian delegation comprises activists from the “Hands Off Syria” movement and academic, media and political figures.

Read more at:


July 17, 2012 – USA and Al Qaeda: Holy Alliance

June 25, 2013 – Saudi Arabia: ‘Syrian rebels must be armed’

December 18, 2013 – Geneva II Conference to prioritize anti-terrorism fight in Syria, Mideast

December 19, 2013 – A new report says up to 11, 000 militants from over 70 countries have joined the war against Syria.


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I am working for the Belgian human rights association 'Werkgroep Morkhoven' which revealed the Zandvoort childporn case (88.539 victims). The case was covered up by the authorities. During the past years I have been really shocked by the way the rich countries of the western empire want to rule the world. One of my blogs: «Latest News Syria» (WordPress)/ Je travaille pour le 'Werkgroep Morkhoven', un groupe d'action qui a révélé le réseau pornographique d'enfants 'Zandvoort' (88.539 victims). Cette affaire a été couverte par les autorités. Au cours des dernières années, j'ai été vraiment choqué par la façon dont l'Occident et les pays riches veulent gouverner le monde. Un de mes blogs: «Latest News Syria» (WordPress)/ Ik werk voor de Werkgroep Morkhoven die destijds de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort onthulde (88.539 slachtoffers). Deze zaak werd door de overheid op een misdadige manier toegedekt. Gedurende de voorbije jaren was ik werkelijke geschokt door de manier waarop het rijke westen de wereld wil overheersen. Bezoek onze blog «Latest News Syria» (WordPress) ------- Photo: victims of the NATO-bombings on the Chinese embassy in Yougoslavia
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2 Responses to Countries backing terrorists in Syria will pay dearly

  1. kruitvat says:

    October 21, 2013 – Hundreds protests Turkey’s wall near Syria border

    Turkish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) and the Democratic Union Party (PYD) parties have staged a protest along Turkey-Syria borders, denouncing Ankara’s decision to build a wall along the boundary line.
    Tension erupted during a protest on both sides of the Turkish-Syrian border near Mardin’s Nusaybin district organized by opposition parties.
    Several hundreds, including BDP’s Mardin MP Erol Dora and other local party officials, gathered in Nusaybin to walk to the border, which lies only a few kilometers from the town center.
    Police however did not allow the demonstration, resorting to use water cannons and tear gas to disperse the protesters as they approached the border.
    Around 1,000 Syrian Kurds, who simultaneously gathered at Qamishli, right across from Nusaybin to walk to the Syrian side of the border, protested against the intervention of the Turkish police.
    Two weeks ago, the Turkish military started to build a wall alongside the Nusaybin district to prevent illegal crossings.
    Turkey had also previously announced the construction of a 2.5-kilometer-long wall along the Cilvegözü border gate with Syria.
    Turkish government has been facing criticism both inside and outside the country regarding its policies toward the war in neighboring Syria and its strong support to militants for toppling the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
    On October 4th, Assad warned Turkey it will “pay dearly” for supporting militants fighting to overthrow his government.
    “In the near future these terrorists will have an impact on Turkey. And Turkey will pay very dearly for its contribution,” Assad said.

  2. kruitvat says:

    December 19, 2013 – A new report says up to 11, 000 militants from over 70 countries have joined the war against Syria.

    According to the report by the International Center for the Study of Radicalization (ICSR) on Tuesday, between 3,300 and 11,000 militants have been fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad from late 2011 to December 10, 2013.

    “We estimate that — from late 2011 to 10 December 2013 — between 3,300 and 11,000 individuals have gone to Syria to fight against the Assad government,” the report said.

    “These figures include those who are currently present (in Syria) as well as those who have since returned home, been arrested or killed,” said ICSR, which is a partnership of five universities based at King’s College London.

    Eighty percent of the foreign militants are Arabs and Europeans, mostly from France and Britain, the report showed.

    Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies — especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey — are supporting the militants operating inside the country.

    According to the United Nations, more than 100,000 people have been killed and millions displaced due to the turmoil that has gripped Syria for over two years.

    The UN also says more than four million other Syrians will be forced out of their homes in 2014 by the escalating conflict in the country.


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