Menu Close

Rand Paul praised Syria’s President Assad for protecting Christians

Syria / Maloula / Maaloula

Iran criticizes Arab League for its latest dangerous stance on Syria.

While a convoy, which carried the Turkish consul general in Iraq, has been hit by a roadside bomb in a northern city of Iraq, the Islamic Republic of Iran has published the statement that the latest stance on the Syrian conflict and the possible US-led military intervention by the Arab League (AL) in terms of the meeting of the Arab Foreign Ministers in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, would increase the current turmoil in and around Syria.

Diplomatic sources have stated that a convoy in the northern city of Mosul in Iraq has been hit by a bomb at the roadside and the dicey information is that the convoy in Iraq was carrying the consul general of Turkey in the moment when the roadside bomb exploded and hit the convoy near the Iraqi city of Mosul. However, there is no more information about the results of the explosion of this roadside bomb in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul until now.

The same, however, also applies for the recent statement by Iran. Iran stated, according to reports, that the latest stance of the Arab Foreign Ministers within the Arab League (AL) would deepen the Syrian conflict and the current turmoil in terms of a possible US-led military strike on the Arab country.

Of course, Tehran cannot be happy about the recent meeting of the Arab Foreign Ministers in Egypt’s capital, Cairo. For example, the Saudi Foreign Minister, a part of the totalitarian dictatorship in this country, has urged Washington to begin the war on Syria at the meeting of the Arab League in Cairo.

Rand Paul praised Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for protecting Christians

In the meantime, not only the former US representative from Texas, Mr Ron Paul, spoke recently about the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government near the capital against Syrian civilians and the accusations by Washington against Damascus, but also US Senator Rand Paul has now spoken about Syria and the Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad.

Ron Paul said in a recent statement that the chemical weapons attack (poison gas / e.g. Sarin nerve agent) near the Syrian capital Damascus was certainly an act under false flag in order to blame the use of chemical substances against the Syrian people on the government in Damascus and to create a pretext for the war against the Arab country. The former US representative Ron Paul seemed very certain in his remarks about the false flag act near Damascus in order to deliver a pretext for the US administration in Washington to launch their war on Syria – probably with the help of French and British forces.

Ron Paul also referred to the lies and fabricated facts before the war on Iraq in 2003 and compared the old lies and fabricated evidence by Washington against Saddam Hussein ten years ago with the current situation in regards of the alleged chemical weapons use by the Syrian government against their own Syrian people. In the opinion of Rand Paul, this chemical weapons attack in a suburb of Damascus was certainly a false flag act and nothing else.

Meanwhile, US Senator Rand Paul has praised Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian President, for the protection of the Christians against the foreign-backed terrorists and jihadists in Syria. Rand Paul said yesterday that the Syrian government in Damascus has “protected the Christians for a number of decades” while the US-backed Islamists and terrorists in Syria “have been attacking” them and the statement by US Senator Rand Paul is valid and correct.

The events in Syria and the gruesome deeds by the foreign-backed militants against Christians in the country confirm and underline the words of Rand Paul. For example, eleven people, among them mainly Syrian Christians, were gunned down by foreign-backed terrorists in central Syria. And this is just one of many sad and horrible examples.


The Syrian Christians fear the foreign-backed jihadists and terrorists since the beginning of the conflict in the Arab country. While some 10 percent of Christians make up the population of Syria, it is certain that many Christians in Syria have already left the country, while other Christians were already killed by the US-supported religious radicals in the last two years. Not to mention all the kidnappings of Syrian Christians and the attacks by these foreign-backed terrorists on Christian installations such as monasteries and churches in Syria.

It is no surprise that the Christians in Syria fear the moment when Bashar al-Assad would be overthrown and their fear is sadly understandable. It is good that US Senator Rand Paul has talked about this topic at NBC yesterday. The US Senator Rand Paul also warned against a possible military intervention, let’s say war, in Syria because such a military strike against Syria would not only worsen the situation of the Syrian people but also would have dire consequences for the entire Middle East.

Further, Rand Paul also said that such a military intervention in Syria would damage the regional allies of Washington, the Israeli regime and the proxy in Jordan.

Rand Paul finally said at a show at NBC that he would like to ask the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, “Do you think if it’s more likely or less likely that we’ll have less refugees in Jordan or if Israel will suffer an attack” if the US really has decided to attack military targets in Syria.

Latest News:


    • Arklight

      Hi, Toni. There are more and more posts of US/UK intelligence serves murdering the citizens of Ghouta, plus the allegations that there are about 300 US special forces operating in the Damascus urban complex, plus British special forces. My opinion is that SAA is getting these US/UK military personnel mousetrapped, so this cruise missile shower is intended to deliver the Devils henchmen from the hands of SAA. Afghanistan and Iraq were different, in that we were all swindled; only later did we find out that Afghanistan was really about lithium, rare earths and pipeline routes; Iraq was bout keeping the dollar as reserve currency, the same for Libya, except that for Libya the information was out there about the Libyan Gold Dinar coming on line. I’ve no idea as yet the reason for Egypt, except for control of Suez. Did Hussein, Gaddafi and Mubarak kill their own citizens? Yup – – if they belonged to either al Qaeda or Muslim Brotherhood. I served in the United States Marine Corps (NOT the same thing as ‘US Marines’, de jure), and state without reservation that the only way I would support our troops is if they are actually defending the United States proper against attack by any enemy, foreign or domestic. I’m done with the lies, the liars, and the sheep that follow whatever the current line of BS happens to be. Sorry, but there it is.

      • AH

        Egypt is an interesting case, indeed. Well, from my many years working in several countries across the ME, I know that Egyptian money has been invested by the Egyptian military and people close to it (the military) in many of the GCC states. Cairo also functions as one of the most important banking centers in Africa, just as Lebanon does for the ME.
        Cairo has always been a link between business in the ME and Africa.
        The reason why the economic situation in Egypt is quite dire is that rich and successful businesses in Egypt have tended not to invest in their own country but rather the GCC and elsewhere. Businesses linked to the MB probably even more, further dragging the local economy down.
        This tells me that the Egyptians themselves either never had much confidence in their own nation or they just wanted their assets be save in case of turmoil.
        The reason why the GCC nations have not really taken any strong stance on Egypt recently may just come from the fact that Egyptians run important businesses in their countries. Beyond that, many advisors in GCC governments are Egyptians for a long time already. I don’t think that many of those advisors had strong links to the MB.
        So, to make it a stronger case now: GCC supports the Egyptian army because of their long-standing business and advisory relationship to people who were close to Mubarak.
        The US can’t really openly support the MB for the same reason. Syria and Egypt are different in that Syrians never really had any strong financial interests inside GCC. Rich and successful Syrians rather invested in Lebanon or went to Europe, Canada or even the US. The Syrians generally dislike (if not to say hate) people from the Gulf states. They did not even like them as tourists, coming to drink, whore and marry young Syrian women for a few weeks before leaving again.
        Those thugs also bought a huge number of properties such as apartments and houses in Syrian resort towns such as Zabadani, Bludan, Khasab, Slunfeh, etc. Allowing that pays back badly for Syria now.

        • Arklight

          Thanks, AH. Like, I suspect, most Americans when ‘Egypt’ comes up, I visualize the Suez Canal and pyramids. I’d guess that Egyptians investing foreign is a hang over from British administration during which everybody’s money gravitated to ‘The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street’, with very little of it finding its way back home. MB has proven conclusively that it is nobody’s friend, and possibly Egyptian patriots are thinking that, whatever the Mubarak reputation, the Mubarak government was a known quantity which viewed Egyptian interests in a more nationalistic light. It sounds like Syria has gone through what the US in getting hit with now, which is ‘Conquest through Purchase’, by Red China. Hm. Would it be possible that US investments by Syrians were perceived as being threatened in some way by government reforms, regulation and/or oversight? At the bottom of every war is money, somewhere or in some form; there might be a pile of fig leaves a mile deep but, at the bottom of the pile is a dollar sign. Good post, AH, thanks.

  1. Bill Carson

    the paul family have been and continue to be bitter disappointments. all hat and no cattle. talk a lot but filip flop like the best of them. so excuse me if i could care less what any of them have to say about anything.

  2. Bill Carson

    does anyone know if there has been any one hundred percent proof that syria has received S300 anti aircraft missiles from russia? i think a lot of pro syria people are suffering from delusions. some people are saying that the SAA has already received S400’s as well. I find that interesting. The Russians have stated that they have not sent syria any S300’s yet because they have not been paid. also the Russians have stated that the S400 system is not for export. just sayin………..some of the stuff can get pretty deep. when you start believing your own bs………….

    • Arklight

      Hey, Bill. So far as I know, the S400 series are for Russian military only. As for the S300 series, it’s sort of a tossup whether Syria has received any, all, or none. Reportedly Israel attacked Latakia in order to destroy S300s which had been delivered but missed them because the missile transports had been driven off immediately they came on shore, then the Russians denied having delivered any. Russia has stated that all contracts would be filled, so your guess as good as mine.

      • AH

        Even if they had the new S300 system, without direct support from Russian company and/or military advisors, the SAA would not be able to use it properly anyway.
        The SAA used to be a poorly paid and poorly supplied institution which does have some modern weapons systems, but not much money to train on it, maintain it properly or introduce it widely.
        In the years leading up to the recent civil war, the high tech equipment was rather pulled back, hidden and preserved for fear of loosing it to Israeli strikes. Besides, the continuous operation and wide training with such systems were too costly.
        I do believe that the SAA has gained enourmous experience in urban warfare in the last two years, also thanks, possibly, to Russian advisors with war experience, but I doubt that they are prepared to fend off any missile or stealth attack against Syria.
        I may be all wrong but then the SAA would have had to invest enourmous amounts of time, effort and money into modernization of their equipment since 2008 and particularly since 2011.

        • Arklight

          I’ve watched numerous videos of SAA in combat operations, at times with either NDF or local defense units, and have been impressed with the skill and determination of the combat units. I’ve also noticed that SAA has been sporting new BDUs, in good physical condition, with good boots replacing sneakers, their discipline improving all the time. From other videos I’ve watched, it appears that SAA does have Russian cadre training SAA in armor and fighting vehicles tactics and use. I’m wondering if the S300 system has simulators for training purposes which do not require exposure of the actual weapons, and mock up units for ‘hands on’ training in setup and maintainance? Still, you can’t fabricate skilled weapons system techs or commanders overnight. SAA urban warfare skills are pretty impressive, particularly in view of the fact that the seem to take extraordinary precautions against the accidental killing of citizens during close combat operations. I know that this extraordinary care must have resulted in SAA casualties, but that may be laid off by the obvious assistance provided by citizens pinpointing enemy positions.

          Tell me what you think of this idea: it has been virtually proven that some 300 US special forces, plus UK special forces, CIA and MI6 are in the Damascus metro complex, including Ghouta. Let’s suppose that these foreign national military personnel are mousetrapped, with SAA closing in; these troops constitute a de jure invasion, but so far as I know none have come into Syrian possession, either dead or alive. Now. Let’s suppose that this ‘limited’ military strike is designed to either cover the exfiltration of these troops, or to kill ’em all so that US and UK can just shrug it off and disclaim all knowledge. Whaddya think?

          • AH

            I don’t think that US troops are inside Syria. Many of the Palestinians in Ghuta and Muadammiyah around Damascus have been and are spying for outside forces, as they have been doing ever since the Syrian Govt has not really supported them. Some are the link to Israel through Jordan as they can fairly freely move around in Syria (or used to do so). Jordan, with 60% of its population being Palestinian and also having blood on their hands with respect to Palestinian history, does not want to get involved too much – they just confirmed that recently. No US launch from Jordan. I understand that well. There are, of course, western elements in Turkey and in Jordan but without the assistance of those countries it wuld be impossible for them to be there. US troops in Syria – close to impossible. Too many Syrians who do not support FSA or any faction still reside on either side or in territory occupied by SAA, FSA or other groups. The presence of US military or other spooks would not go unnoticed. You can’t even hide a single American there… In other words – throw a green colored dog into a cage of pink sheep and try to hide the doggy.
            I am very realistic when it comes to all those rumors and gossip and media publications because I do know Syria well from inside, though just prior to the war, but still.
            Videos of training sessions, newly introduced equipment and more are one thing, reality is another, especially in case of Syria.
            Back to spooks on the ground: I guess they would not try to enter from Jordan, far too risky to be discovered. For Turkey, yes. But how far would they get in? From Lebanon to Damas… well. No really. And trust me, the Syrians are pretty good in their ability to sniff out spooks from among journalists and other non-military folk.

  3. bull Bowness

    When we change the balance of power and create an alll out civil war, will just sit back and watch, or wiil we send in ground troops, and lose hunderds of our good young men and women! Or do just drop bombs from the air, blow everything all to hell and come home again. Quite a choice!!!!!!!

    • Arklight

      There is always, always, ALWAYS mission creep. Supposedly there is a regiment of US Marines in Israel, very near the borders of Syria and Lebanon, plus the 26th MEU is, possibly, just off shore, waiting. No airplane, or missile, can take and hold the strongpoints, or ground, of an opponent. Nothing but infantry can do that.

  4. rie

    Syria has developed a powerful missile defense system to protect the area of the country over the past 20 years. Scud missiles precision was modernized to remake, will be able to pinpoint target aircraft carriers and warships at sea. Missile defense capabilities of Syria army is powerful enough to support the US-led attack.Before the threat of a U.S. drone attack, the people of Syria, to believe in victory Syrian army is fighting with honor and dedication

  5. rie

    Syrian missile it already existed 20 years ago.
    So recently, Russia is not sold.
    Kick-Ass Arab
    Of evil intelligence,Prince bundle is known in Japan.

  6. Nassir


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.

GDPR rules by the EU: Syria News will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.