Obama's secret order: 53 Syrian citizens killed















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.


Middle East on fire: Jordan's support to terrorist groups in Syria

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Wall Street Journal: Jordan Stepped up Support and Transfer of Arms to Terrorist Groups in Syria

Nov 10, 2012

NEW YORK, (SANA) - The U.S. Wall Street Journal revealed that Jordan has stepped up its support to the armed terrorist groups in Syria including allowing the transfer of Saudi- and Qatari- funded arms across the border with Syria, according to members of these terrorist groups and an Arab official familiar with the operation.

"Several shipments of arms—including assault rifles, Russian-designed antitank missiles and ammunition—have been delivered to the border in Jordanian military trucks and then taken into Syria by rebel brigades," the newspaper quoted terrorists as saying in an article published on Friday.

Those added that "Dozens of other shipments have been smuggled to Syria with the covert support of Jordanian border officials."

According to gunmen based along the Syria-Jordan border and a person involved in arms procurement for the terrorists, the article said "Saudi Arabia and Qatar pay for these arms and transport them to Jordan."

The Wall Street Journal noted that "such an energized supply route through Jordan would show how even regional states with the risk of significant blowback" are boosting support for the terrorist groups in Syria "with the tacit backing of Western allies."

It added that this support comes despite that the international partners regarding this issue have expressed their increasing anxiety over the growing presence of "Islamist fighters" in the ranks of the terrorist groups in Syria, which "threatens regional stability."

The article highlighted that "Jordan lies at the center of those fears. It shares a long border with Syria, on which it depends for its trade with Turkey and Europe."

The U.S. newspaper revealed that the "kingdom's growing involvement with the activities of Syrian rebels was outlined by six rebel officers and opposition politicians, two of which are directly involved in the procurement or transfer of arms into Syria."

It pointed out that several of the terrorist groups' members say they have met with Jordanian officials, and that a non-Jordanian Arab official "confirmed the characterization of the kingdom's role."

The article highlighted the the court of the Jordanian king, who sets military and security policy, didn't respond to written questions about stepped-up political or military assistance, nor did Jordan's foreign ministry or prime minister's office.

It disclosed that since the spring Jordan has played an increasing role in the support of the armed terrorists and in intelligence matters, according to what the Wall Street Journal said "several people familiar with the situation".

The newspaper quoted officials in the region as saying that Jordan has boosted ties with more leaders of terrorist groups in Syria's southern cities near its border, which helped facilitate transfer of funds and arms to the terrorist groups.

Jordanian intelligence officials, said the article, "routinely host meetings with these Free Syrian Army leaders, helping facilitate their movement back and forth from Syria and discussing military strategy," according to people familiar with the meetings.

Those people added that "Jordan also allows American intelligence officials to question and cultivate contacts with defected Syrian military officials."

The Wall Street Journal cited whom it said "a person involved in negotiations with regional countries on the supply of arms to Syrian rebels," as saying that the Jordanian officials "have received guarantees for economic aid and security aid" in return for their support to the armed groups.

It also quoted people involved in the transaction as saying that "The Syrian groups receiving arms from the Jordanian border are now connected to the military councils that have been vetted by Washington and others."

According to terrorist leaders, the article said some of the weapons which entered Syria through Jordan were destined for the southern Syrian border city of Daraa, while most of the arms, though, "were pushed north to the suburbs of Damascus, 60 miles north."

Other gunmen stressed that Daraa "remains one of the last supply routes to rebels in the capital, with pathways from the Turkish border and around Homs too risky."

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Photo: Hillary Clinton and the Israeli President Shimon Peres.  'I give unto them the land where they have sown their seed, from the river of Egypt unto the great river of Euphrates’ 


Salafist movement in Jordan: terrorists to Syria - Belgian weapons

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Salafist Jihadist Movement in Jordan Announces Sending Terrorists to Syria



Sep 28, 2012

AMMAN, (SANA) - The salafist movement in Jordan on Friday announced that it has sent terrorists to Syria to participate in 'Jihad' against the Syrian army.

A source at the movement, who preferred not to be named, told the UPI that four of the salafist jihadist movement in al-Zarqa city, northeastern Jordan, already headed to Syria.

The source noted that the salafists, who are between 25 and 30, arrived on Thursday evening in Daraa in northern Syria.

Mohammad al-Shalabi, nicknamed Abi Sayyaf, who is a leader at the salafist jihadist movement in Jordan, announced last Sunday that he sent four of his followers to Syria for 'Jihad'.

He noted that some of the salafists go to Syria regularly, while others go personally.

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Some weeks ago the Belgian Senator Nele Lijnen said that she intends to launch a discussion at the Belgian Senate regarding the fact that the terrorists in Syria possess weapons made in Belgium.  

But Belgium is not only responsible for sending weapons for terrorist bomb attacks in Syria.

The Belgian State Security knows that Belgian jihadists are going to Syria for organizing these bomb attacks.

On August 3th, the Belgian State Security "could not confirm" that Belgian jihadists are fighting in Syria while the newspapers 'Het Belang van Limburg' and 'Gazet van Antwerpen' argued the opposite: "The State Security confirmed the presence of Belgian jihadists in Syria".

The Flemish newspapers relied on a report by Reuters, dated July 31, citing statements from "several rebel commanders in the north-west Syria," according to which "Muslims in Great Britain, Belgium and the United States had joined the Free Syrian Army (SLA)". On July 13th, Reuters pointed out a flood "of thousands of assault rifles Belgian FN FAL was in the hands of the rebels".

In its annual reports, the Belgian State Security explains how and why she follows people attracted by fighting abroad: there was attention for Iraq, then, from 2010, to the movement towards Pakistan-Afghanistan border area; Finally, most recently, to new locations: "If the Afghan-Pakistan area, more than Iraq, was still popular in 2010 with the majority of volunteers for jihad", the Belgian State Security wrote in his latest report, "some of them began to plot their way to Yemen, Somalia and the Caucasus". And Syria now? Obviously. 'Where they are beaten, those who return and who actually participated in the fighting have gained knowledge on how to handle weapons, strategy and tactics of war,' noted the Belgian State Security...