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Syria: Al Nusra Front Responsible for at Least 600 Acts of Terror

Bashar al-Jaafari

The Syrian ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Bashar al-Jaafari, said in a statement to the UN Security Council (UNSC) yesterday, that the terrorist group called the al-Nusra Front has claimed the responsibility for at least 600 terror acts in the recent year.

Bashar al-Jaafari, Syria’s ambassador to the United Nations, said in the session of the UN Security Council (UNSC) on Friday, that the al-Nusra terrorist group also has attacked schools, hospitals, desecrating holy places and also assassinated several religious figures and abducted some personnel of the United Nations (UN) in the past year.

In addition, at the UN Security Council session, the Syrian ambassador to the United Nations has also strongly denounced some member states of the United Nations (UN) for their support for the armed groups and terrorists in Syria. According to some unnamed diplomats and the surprising French demand, it seems that the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front will soon be added to the sanctions blacklist.

According to these diplomats, this step could happen already next week, although it is not clear whether the listing of the al-Nusra front as a radical terrorist group will change anything and if some UN member states then give up their “support” for such armed terrorist groups in Syria.

At least, the radical al-Nusra Front will be the subject to a global asset freeze from next Tuesday onwards and this is a good development, of course. But as mentioned, whether this will change anything is to be seen and not certain.

Bashar al-Jaafari
Bashar al-Jaafari

After the Syrian government in the capital Damascus has asked the UN Security Council (UNSC) to finally blacklist the radical al-Nusra Front last month and after this demand was blocked by the British and French terrorist supporting governments, it is finally a good development that this group of radical jihadists and armed religious fanatics will be blacklisted as dangerous terrorist group and that a global asset freeze will be implemented.

It is just the usual hypocrisy that the French government first blocks such a demand in order to maintain the support for dubious groups and terrorists in Syria, and then finally starts to demand it itself – due to some secret political changes and deals.

The statements of the Syrian ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Bashar al-Jaafari, are completely correct and true. The al-Nusra Front, among other foreign-supported terrorist groups and religious fanatics in Syria, are not only violating international law and human rights on a daily base, but they also (still) have the support of some member states of the United Nations (UN). It is almost similar to the old and already famous story about the US creation of al-Qaeda and all these staged events since then.

In addition, since the fanatic al-Nusra chief Abu Mohammed al-Jawlani has pledged the allegiance of his radical terrorist group to the fanatic and dangerous al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, it is absolutely clear that they are no so-called “democratic rebels”. No real revolution has ever called so often to be armed by foreign powers and no real democratic movement would tolerate acts of terrorism against the own people (and so on).

The terrorism and chaos in Syria is orchestrated by foreign powers. It is already no secret anymore that Gulf States like Saudi Arabia and Qatar are the financial supporters of this bloodshed in Syria and also support such radical terrorist groups like the dangerous al-Nusra Front. Not to mention the role of the Erdogan regime in Turkey and the hypocritical European governments. That the United States do play a big role as a mastermind behind many developments should be already seen as a fact, too.

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