Syria: Common offensive of NATO, US, Israel and ‘Free Syrian Army’


NATO, US, Israel and the self-proclaimed Free Syrian Army called as the “sole legitimate representative of the Syrian people” by the French neo-colonial leaders:

29.1.2013 – NATO crisis management center opens in Bulgaria
30.1.2013 – Israeli Airstrike in Syria Targets Arms Convoy, U.S. Says
18.2.13 – Thomas E. Donilon, U.S. National Security Adviser: ‘EU must include Hezbollah in terrorist list. Europe can no longer ignore the threat that this group poses to the Continent and to the world.’
19.2.2013 – Bulgaria Presses Europeans to Toughen Stance on Hezbollah
21.2.2013 – Peres urges EU to put Hezbollah on terror list
21.2.2013 – William Hague discusses Hezbollah with Lebanese president
21.2.2013 – Syrian rebels to Hezbollah: ‘Stop fighting for Assad or be eliminated from Lebanon’
The Free Syrian Army gives Hezbollah 48-hour deadline to stop shelling ‘Syrian lands, villages and civilians from inside the Lebanese territories’, according to statement posted on Facebook and carried by various media outlets.
Hezbollah was on high alert Thursday after Syrian rebels warned that they would “eliminate it from inside the Lebanese lands” unless it stops fighting for President Bashar Assad’s forces, giving the militant group a 48-hour deadline to accede to this demand.
By Haaretz and Reuters
21.2.2013 – Fifty-Three Civilians Martyred, 235 Others Injured so far in Terrorist Bombing in al-Thawra Street in Damascus
22.2.2013 – Syria militants attack Hezbollah positions in Lebanon: FSA
The armed militant groups in Syria say they have started to attack the positions of Hezbollah resistance movement in neighboring Lebanon since February 21…
The self-proclaimed Free Syrian Army said its militants launched the attack less than a day after they accused Hezbollah of shelling militant bases in Syria’s Homs province on February 20.
“We have bombed the territories of Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria. The Free Syrian Army will continue bombing these positions,” Hisam al-Avvak, a commander of the armed group, told Turkey’s Anatolia News Agency on Thursday.
The assaults took place while the militants had given Hezbollah 48 hours to halt the alleged shelling, threatening to attack after two days.
However, the Lebanese movement has rejected the accusations.
He also reiterated threats that the militants would target Hezbollah strongholds located south of the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
On February 18, Syria’s Ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdul Karim Ali said Hezbollah was not assisting the Syrian army in the fight against foreign-backed militants.
A recent UN report revealed that militants from nearly 30 countries have infiltrated into Syria to fight against the Syrian government.