Middle East Peace Process: Syrian terrorists in Jordan and Lebanon


The Middle East Peace Process

Sep 22, 2012

The Syrian terrorists said Saturday they 'moved their command center from Turkey to Syria with the aim of uniting rebels and speeding up the fall of President Bashar Assad's regime'.

The terrorists still have to rely on Turkey as a rear base for supplies and reinforcements.

The Turkish military deployed three howitzers and an anti-aircraft gun near Tal Abyad, a Turkish-Syrian border, the Turkish news agency Dogan reported. Dogan video showed at least three large military trucks towing the guns along a highway.

Lebanon's army said Syrian terrorists attacked one of its positions in the mountain town of Arsal and that its forces drove the terrorists away without causing casualties.

On Syria's border with Jordan, Syrian terrorists assaulted a Syrian air defense base and were pushed back. A Jordanian government minister said Jordanian border guards captured several gunmen on the Jordanian side.

The fighting in and around the Syrian border town of Nasib continued until dawn Saturday, Jordan's state-run news agency Petra said.

The problems with Syrian terrorists in Jordan and Lebanon and Syria are part of the so called 'Middle East Peace Process Project'.

Information about this project can be found at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. The Washington Institute was founded in 1985 with the goal of 'helping advance U.S. interests in the Middle East'...



Who's responsible for terrorist attacks and the suffering of the Syrian people ?

Obama signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for Syrian terrorists seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government.  Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the terrorists oust Assad.  C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey. The weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The United States is setting up joint military, intelligence and medical working teams with Israel, Turkey and Jordan.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Britain would step up its support for the armed groups in Syria, providing them with an additional £5 million (US$7.8 million). The money is used for bomb attacks in Syria.

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