Italian priest Dall’Oglio: Killed by al-Qaeda-linked jihadists.
Salehi and Lakhdar Brahimi urge a political solution for Syrian conflict. The UN-Arab League (AL) Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, and the Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi talked about their stances on the conflict in Syria and the possible solutions for the violence that taking place in the Arab nation.
Both, the UN-Arab League (AL) Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, and the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Akbar Salehi, have urged a political solution to the conflict and crisis in Syria after their talks on Syria, while a new report seems to confirm that the foreign-backed terrorists have finally killed the kidnapped Italian priest in Syria.
The Italian priest Paolo Dall’Oglio disappeared in Syria in July and it has been clear that a group of al-Qaeda-linked jihadists had kidnapped the Italian priest Paolo Dall’Oglio.
Paolo Dall’Oglio was last seen in the Syrian city of Ar-Raqqah (Arabic: الرقة / Raqqa / Rakka). Ar-Raqqah (Rakka) is a city in the northern central region of Syria located on the north bank of the Euphrates.
According to the report, the group of jihadists behind the kidnapping of the Italian priest Paolo Dall’Oglio have finally killed their hostage.
The Italian priest Paolo Dall’Oglio had lived at the Monastery of Saint Moses the Abyssinian or Deir Mar Musa al-Habashi, situated near the Syrian town of Nabk approximately 80 kilometers in the north of the Syrian capital Damascus, for about three decades until 2012.
The report about the killing of the Italian priest Dall’Oglio by a group of al-Qaeda-affiliated Islamists in Syria also says that the Italian priest has been killed by his al-Qaeda-linked kidnappers – despite the fact that the Italian priest Paolo Dall’Oglio has supported the attempt of an armed overthrow of the Syrian government.
Syria talks: Brahimi and Salehi praise each other.
The Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi and the UN-Arab League Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, called on all sides of the Syrian conflict as well as on all backers of the different sides to “throw their weight behind a negotiated solution” to the conflict and war in Syria. Both officials have talked about the Syrian conflict in a telephone conversation on Wednesday.
The Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has afterwards praised the efforts of the UN-Arab League Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, in order to find a solution for the Syrian war and conflict.
The Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran also invited the UN envoy Brahimi to visit the Iranian capital Tehran for further debates on the Syrian conflict and a possible political solution for the crisis in the Arab nation.
The UN-Arab League (AL) Special Representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, said for his part after the telephone conversation with the Iranian minister that the active participation of Tehran is important and he hailed the sustained efforts by the Iranian administrations to find a diplomatic solution to the violence in Syria.
Lakhdar Brahimi also thanked the Iranian Foreign Minister for his invitation to the capital Tehran and showed some signs of willingness to visit Iran in a near future.
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Maybe because of an embedded link to a website. could be spam protection. I moderate a wordpress site too and have seen similar auto-spam-blockages
indeed, could be :) maybe because of two links.. I have to look what I have configured in terms of links in comments lol
If the priest was, as is most likely, a man of God, then the murders have damned themselves beyond all hope of redemption. I’ve no notion of where all this gas about a ‘political solution’ comes from, because it must be crystal clear to even gasbag politicians that the only solution to the thugs and their abominations is extermination. The windbags have no difficulty in talking other people into their graves, but if the Muslim Brotherhood, al Qaida, al Nusra Front, Free Syrian Army and all of that ilk are not put into the ground for good, there is no country safe from them; anyone with two functioning brain cells knows that, so what’s with all the talk, talk, talk, talk? Insanity.
true.. if some of these armed terrorists survive, they always will remain a threat for every Syrian family. Or?
Every person who is NOT, also, a creature of Satan will be fair game for the thugs. I am so pleased when they have gunfights amongst themselves. I feel like such activities save the lives of SAA, NDF and YPG members who will live to burn down more rats tomorrow.
I’ll go further yet, guys: Hezbollah, Syrian military, NDF, YPG, the local home guards are all fighting the common enemy, SATAN. When a rat is killed, Satan is given a thorn in his hoof; when a dozen are burned down, Satan gets a punch in the nose; when a hundred are exterminated, Satan gets a kick in the kneecap; five hundred dead rats are a black eye for SATAN; every thousand thugs that are planted gives Satan a knee in the crotch – – he’ll never give up, but he can be managed and kept at arm’s length. Never forget that every one who fights the rats is a brother or sister in arms to all the other rat killers – – ALL of the other rat killers. Two, five, ten, twenty years from now, veterans of YPG, SAA and all the other loyal armed groups can look back and say, ‘We killed them. All of us killed them. If they come at us again, all of us will kill them, too.
I had visited Deir Marmusa myself several times and knew Padre Paolo personally. He was the kindest, most honest and inspiring padre I knew across Syria. Christians and Muslims alike used to visit the 6th century Monastery high above the plains of central Syria on the edge of a spectacular cliff. The monastery had been ransacked before in history and its beautiful frescos bore the marks of Islamic hatred in past centuries. The hatred is back. History repeats itself and Padre Paolo fell victim to it. RIP, padre, you live on in the hearts of so many.