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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 11:28 pm » by Malogg


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PostWed Aug 28, 2013 11:30 pm » by Malogg


Ima posted here earley hrs of the morning but was nae sure if it was Assad or his family etc that skipped off to Iran.

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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 12:43 am » by Malogg


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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 3:33 am » by *WillEase*


Iran rejects Israeli reports on Syrian President Assad’s trip to Tehran...

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Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Araqchi has rejected recent Israeli media reports that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has flown to Iran.

In a Wednesday interview, Araqchi dismissed the reports as “ridiculous.”

Certain Israeli reports had earlier claimed that Assad had left Syria for Iran on Tuesday night.

This comes as speculations have become stronger about the possibility of a military attack on Syria. Media outlets have been reporting US plans for likely surgical attacks, which would be in the form of “cruise-missile strikes,” and “could rely on four US destroyers in the Mediterranean [Sea].” The plan, however, seems to be awaiting US President Barack Obama’s go-ahead.

On August 21, militants operating inside Syria and the foreign-backed Syrian opposition claimed that 1,300 people had been killed in a government chemical attack on militant strongholds in the Damascus suburbs of Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar.

A number of Western countries, including the US, France, and the UK, were quick to adopt the rhetoric of war against Syria despite the fact that Damascus categorically rejected the baseless claim, and announced later that the chemical attack had actually been carried out by the militants themselves as a false-flag operation.

Iran, Russia and China, among other countries, have warned against foreign military intervention in Syria, saying such action would only result in the escalation of the crisis in the country.

Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011.

A very large number of the militants operating inside Syria are reportedly foreign nationals.

The United Nations says more than 100,000 people have been killed and many more displaced since the outbreak of the violence.

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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 3:43 am » by *WillEase*


UN deadlocked on Syria resolution
Hour-long Security Council discussion ends with no plans to vote on British resolution to allow military action.

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The permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have held talks on a British resolution that could allow military action in Syria, but the meeting ended with no sign of an imminent vote.

Ambassadors from Russia and China, who fiercely oppose any military strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, left the closed-door negotiations after about 75 minutes on , according to the AFP news agency.

The US, British and French envoys carried on their talks but left the Council chamber without making any comment. The three countries were said to be considering a military strike over the alleged use of chemical weapons.

"Britain presented a text and the Russians repeated the arguments already made by their foreign minister," said one diplomat.

"The Russians and Chinese said they would refer the text to their governments. The talks are not over but there is no new meeting planned yet."

Britain, for its part, wants the Security Council to study findings from a team of chemical weapons inspectors currently in Damascus before backing any military action.

Britain, France and the United States say Assad's forces carried out a chemical weapon attack in the Damascus suburbs on August 21, reportedly leaving hundreds dead.

The Syrian government, backed by Russia, has blamed opposition rebels.

At a press briefing on Wednesday, US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf acknowledged that the Council was unlikely to agree on any resolution, blaming Russia for the impasse.

"All previous attempts to get the Security Council to act on Syria have been blocked," she said, "and we cannot allow diplomatic paralysis to be a shield to the perpetrators of these crimes."

'Clear breach'

Earlier on Wednesday, NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said any use of chemical weapons was "unacceptable and cannot go unanswered", although he did not suggest any response.

"This is a clear breach of long-standing international norms and practice... those responsible must be held accountable," he said in a statement.

Britain's national security council also met on Wednesday and unanimously backed action against Syria, and Prime Minister David Cameron has recalled parliament from a summer recess for a debate on the crisis.
But Lakhdar Brahimi, the UN and Arab League envoy for Syria, said that international military action could be carried out only after it has been approved by the Security Council.

"I think international law is clear on this. International law says that military action must be taken after a decision by the Security Council," he told reporters in Geneva.

Syria has denied that it carried out the attack, and challenged world powers to provide evidence that it had done so. The Syrian ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar al-Jaafari, on Wednesday blamed the rebels for the attacks and said they were carried out with the help of Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

"What we are saying, briefly speaking, [is] that these
terrorist groups obtained the materials of producing of the
chemical weapons from outside powers," he said.

Meanwhile, UN chemical weapons experts investigating the attack that killed hundreds of civilians in rebel-held suburbs of Damascus finished a second trip to Ghouta to take samples.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said it would take the inspectors four days to finish gathering evidence, and they would then need time to analyse their findings.

Meanwhile, Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said on Wednesday that US intervention in Syria would be "a disaster for the region", the ISNA state news agency reported.

"The intervention of supra-regional and foreign powers in one country will have no result other than lighting a fire and increase the hatred people have for them," the agency quoted Khamenei as saying.


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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 4:21 am » by *WillEase*


Syrian gas attack must draw reaction, Merkel and Cameron agree

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The leaders of Germany and Britain believe that Syria's government should not to go unpunished for an apparent poison gas attack on its own people, Berlin said on Wednesday.

Chancellor Angela Merkel and Prime Minister David Cameron agreed in a telephone discussion that the use of poison gas in last week's attack near Damascus was now sufficiently proven, the German government said in a statement.

"The Syrian regime must not hope to be able to continue this warfare that violates international law ... Therefore an international reaction is inevitable in the view of the chancellor and the prime minister," it said.

Just four weeks before elections in which Merkel hopes to win a third term, she faces a balancing act in how to respond to pictures of the suspected chemical weapons attack, as German voters are overwhelmingly opposed to military action there.

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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 8:04 am » by *WillEase*


With talk of impending war against Syria, all eyes are on the British government and how they, along with their allies, will act next.


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Russia has sternly warned Britain and the US against attacking Syria, with president Vladimir Putin warning of catastrophic consequences if they follow through.

Prime Minister David Cameron cut short a holiday and returned to London in order to prepare for a meeting on Wednesday with the UK’s National Security Council.

Britain has already been heavily supportive of the militants fighting the Syrian government, but with little success to show for it, they are now looking to escalate the crisis in order to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.

Cameron gave an interview Tuesday saying that it was a developing situation but that the UK shouldn't stand by. He confessed that he couldn't be 100% certain that the Syrian govt used the weapons but claimed that Damascus had used them before and said that the militants didn't have the capability or motive to use them. He also made a startling claim that this wasn't about the Syrian conflict or Middle East but deterring the use of chemical weapons in the future.

And following huge pressure from MPs from all three major parties to let parliament debate the prospect of attacking Syria, the prime minister recalled parliament for an emergency session to be held on Thursday.

Thursday's Commons vote on the issue won't be legally binding. MPs are worried about the consequences of military intervention and with the public still angry about the lies, which led to the invasion of Iraq, public opinion is firmly against any British involvement in Syria.


Ahead of the debate in parliament, David Cameron is gambling that MPs will agree with his assessment that the Syrian government was responsible for the attack in Ghouta near Damascus. If they don’t and he launches an attack anyway it would be an extraordinary flouting of Parliament’s authority and a complete disregard of the British public’s mood.

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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 8:22 am » by *WillEase*


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PostThu Aug 29, 2013 4:47 pm » by Malogg


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