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Clashes in Lebanon while Kerry blackmails Bashar al-Assad

Photos by Andrei Filatov / ANNA News

While at least four persons have been killed and about 35 others were wounded in the recent clashes in the Lebanese city of Tripoli, which is located in the northern part of the country, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in his latest statement that the U.S. administration will increase its support for the opponents of the Syrian government if the Syrian President al-Assad is not prepared to discuss a political solution in order to end the civil war within Syria.

This means that the United States might increase its support for religious fanatics, terrorists, mercenaries, and strangers in Syria if the Syrian government in Damascus is not willing to debate a so-called political solution for the Syrian conflict. Although many reports from recent months have confirmed that the Syrian government is ready and willing to discuss such a solution for the crisis in the country.

As usual, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is using the known propaganda lines in order to maintain the propaganda and to keep the American people brainwashed. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry also said in this recent statement in the Jordanian capital Amman that about several thousand Hezbollah fighters would be finally active in the conflict in Syria and that they are receiving the support of Iran, while they are fighting at the side of the Syrian army against the “opposition forces”, which are in reality nothing else than armed jihadists, terrorists, uneducated thugs and religious fanatics from many countries of the Arab world and even from Europe, Australia and the United States.

In terms of the alleged victory of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the region of Al-Qusayr, the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that these gains by the Assad forces are just “very temporary”, but this probably depends on the fact whether the United States will increase their support for the al-Qaeda-linked terrorists and Islamists within Syria in order to boost the intended regime-change in this secular and sovereign country in the Middle East.

Meanwhile, as stated, about four people have been killed in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli in recent clashes and it is no surprise that the tensions are increasing in Tripoli. Two victims of the recent clashes in the Lebanese city of Tripoli were from the so-called Bab el-Tebbaneh district. One victim was from the Jabal Mohsen neighborhood and the living place of the fourth victim was not specified in the reports about the recent clashes in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli.

Photos by Andrei Filatov / ANNA News
Photos by Andrei Filatov / ANNA News

Tripoli has been a dangerous place for a long time and already before the beginning of the conflict in the neighboring country Syria. One of the main problems for Lebanon is the Future Movement, which can also be seen as a terrorist-supporting union under the led of the Israel-friendly Saad Hariri. Hariri maintains his groups of armed thugs and religious fanatics for a long time and is also responsible for a lot of problems in Lebanon.

It has already been stated that some of these “Hariri fighters” are currently even fighting in Syria and some were already killed in the battles of Al-Qusayr by units of the Syrian army with the help of Hezbollah fighters. As mentioned in this article, there are some good reasons why Hezbollah is fighting the Hariri thugs on Syrian soil now and why the Hariri thugs are trying to meddle in and around Al-Qusayr.

Not to mention the supply route which seems almost lost for the armed foreign-backed terrorists and jihadists. In the end, it seems that the Syrian army finally is able to gain some ground and to eliminate the armed groups in and around Al-Qusayr, which is an important step forward to bring back security to Syria, although the cleaning process, as it is known from other areas near the capital Damascus, will last a long time.

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