There is only the one choice in Syria and that is to defend the Syrian Government of Assad against the Jihad and Obama.


Israeli leaders and all Jews must do this. They have no other choice.


But this does not mean that Israel drops its defensive guard against Assad. Assad is in league with Jihadists of another sort, that is Iran and Hezbollah, so tapping in to the Sunni/Shia war against each other, with the Alawites typically forced because of their precarious position to manouvre for allies. Plus Assad and his Father disgraced the memory of their Grandfather who was not an Antisemite and indeed defended Jews and the Jewish Homeland concept.


There is much confusión on this. Read the hamas Charter and understand the history of what Hezbollah and its sponsor Iran is. They place the destruction of Israel top of the list.


It is likely that Iran and Hezbollah manouvre in Syria in order to créate better conditions to destroy Israel, and in their own words and chárter they are genocidal.


Israel must keep up its guard against Assad as long as he is allied with Iran and Hezbollah.


But that NEVER means Alliance with McCain.


The great crime of the Israeli leaders is that they do nothing and are seen to be on the side of McCain. The Israeli leaders even gave help to Jihadists at a border crossing. OK they say it was humanitarian help to wounded but it is not on to help Jihadists in any way.


The Israeli leaders around Netanyahu are real dopes.


McCain was interviewed on this morning´s BBC Paul Henley radio show and McCain likened the war against Syria to the war against the Serbs in Bosnia and Kosovo.


Indeed it is the same war. In Bosnia and Kosovo Clinton and Albright were fighting on the side of Jihad and against the Christian/Socialist Serbs.


It was necessary for socialists to defend Milosevic unconditionally, it is necessary for socialists to defend Israel unconditionally and against the Jihad it is necessary to defend Assad, just like Mubarak and Gadhafi, unconditionally.


Robert Spencer of Jihadwatch does not go far enough in the following but his position is still honourable.


The final pictures are our pictures from Bosnia and Kosovo, now becoming common.



Obama-backed Syrian jihadists massacre Christian village population

duwayr6.jpgHow great it is that the U.S. is going to be aiding these jihadists. Syria will be cleansed of Christians in no time, and peace will ensue.

“Syria Militants Massacre Christian Village Population (Graphic Images),” from Syria Report, June 12 (thanks to Joel):

More details of a massacre in Homs late last month have emerged following the global outcry of a massacre in Deir el-Zour yesterday.The massacre, carried out by Free Syrian Army militants reportedly targeted men, women and children in the Christian village of al-Duwayr/Douar close to the city of Homs and the border with Lebanon. The incident received little media attention, having occurred at the same time as thousands of Syrian troops converged on the insurgent-occupied town of al-Qusayr.

According to sources, around 350 heavily armed militants entered the village, broke into homes and assembled residents in the main square of the village where they were executed. The final death toll is not known but photos show severe damage to property in the village.

Syrian army sources said that they reached the village after the massacre, resulting in clashes with militants. Sources also reported that Turkish and Chechen extremists were among the perpetrators. Chechen militants are known to have kidnapped two Christian bishops in Aleppo earlier this year. The following images show al-Duwayr/Douar village after the massacre:


[Many more images here.]

Conditions for ethnic and religious minorities have been made increasingly worse as Free Syrian Army affiliated organisations including Jabhat al-Nusra increase ethnic and sectarian cleansing across Syria. Kidnappings, executions and assassinations are common.

Late last month, around the time of the massacre in Homs, a fifteen year old girl was kidnapped by militants in Damascus, who demanded $100,000 for her release. Miryam Jbeil, a niece Damascus-based Catholic priest Nader Jbeil, was released after a number of days in captivity.

miryam.jpgIn the aftermath of the Syrian army assault on al-Qusayr, the church was discovered to have been desecrated by Free Syrian Army militants…. [more photos here]

sinn-fc3a9in-and-the-anc-martin-mcguinness-nelson-mandela-and-gerry-adams.jpg“The true religion of our prophet Mohamed will be victorious over tyrants.”



Serb church burning in Mitrovica on Thursday
1 of 11 A second day of clashes saw religious sites targeted – here in the flashpoint town of Mitrovica Albanian protesters managed to burn a Serb Orthodox church.
Rioting destroys ancient Serbian churches Last Friday, when Weblog noted a mob’s destruction of four churches in Nigeria, one loyal reader asked why it got top billing over the destruction of Serbian Orthodox churches. The answer is simple: At the time, Weblog was simply unaware of the extent of the demolition there.Apparently Weblog wasn’t alone. In a meeting with Patriarch Pavle of the Serbian Orthodox Church, Russian Emergencies Minister Sergei Shoigu noted that the world community has largely ignored last week’s violence, which left at least 31 dead and more than 500 wounded. Thirty churches, several dating back to the 14th century, were destroyed by ethnic Albanians. Another 11 were damaged.

“We remember well a wave of indignation over the destruction by Taliban troops in Afghanistan of the stone statue[s] of Buddha, because it was the destruction of cultural heritage,” Shoigu said, according to the ITAR-TASS news agency. But there’s no outcry over these attacks, though they’re just as damaging from religious, cultural, and historical perspectives.

Serbs apparently retaliated by attacking mosques elsewhere, including one from the 17th century.

The BBC has several photos, along with a good backgrounder of the complicated triggers of the attack, and the even more complicated history of conflict between the Albanians and Serbs. There’s much more than religion to this story, but it seems clear that churches were deliberately targeted and took the brunt of the attacks.






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