Saturday, September 3, 2016

IRAN-Rouhani backs the IRGC missile attack on Syria

Russian strikes in Syria's Idlib kill 37 civilians
Beirut (AFP) - Russian air strikes on northwest Syria's mainly jihadist-controlled province of Idlib on Monday killed at least 37 civilians including 12 children, a Britain-based monitor said.The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it was the highest civilian death toll in Idlib since the region was designated in May as one of Syria's "de-escalation" zones under an accord between regime allies Russia and Iran, and rebel backer Turkey."The air raids struck several locations and villages in the district of Jisr al-Shughur, leaving 37 dead among civilians, including 12 children," Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP, updating an earlier toll of 27 dead.
After several months of calm, Idlib province has for the past two weeks been the target of heavy air strikes by the regime and its Russian allies, following a jihadist assault in neighbouring Hama province also covered by the de-escalation accord for Syria's war that has cost more than 330,000 lives since 2011.
The Islamic State group has no fighters in Idlib.
Syria's exiled opposition blamed Russia and the Syrian regime for what it called the "criminal" bombing, according to a statement.
In what the Istanbul-based National Coalition branded "war crimes", hospitals, medical installations, schools and civil defence facilities had been hit, it said.
Details emerge on murder of Syrian opposition figure and her daughter
Details emerge on murder of Syrian opposition figure and her daughter
Syrian National Coalition, relatives demand swift investigation into stabbing of Orouba and Halla Barakat in Turkey.
IRAN, Jun 23, 2017-- The Iranian regime launched a multiple missile strike on Deirazor, Syria last week in what it called was in response to a twin terrorist attacks by the ISIS in Tehran. 
This missile attack, which was dubbed by many experts as failure, received Rouhani's backing.
After the announcement of support, Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi, the intelligence minister said: 'The decision to launch missile attack on Syria' was taken at the Supreme Council of Security and Rouhani, as head of the Security Council ordered armed forces to go ahead with the plan. It was approved by the top officials of the system. Alavi also emphasized the role of the Ministry of Information in providing intelligence to IRGC in connection with the attack.
Khamenei admits Syria war aimed at preventing popular uprisings against Iran regime inside the country
IRAN, 20 June 2017 -- Iran regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on Sunday emphasized the fact that his regime’s terrorist and criminal meddling in regional countries are aimed at preventing what he called war (uprisings) in Iran’s cities.
“If the shrine defender martyrs had not existed, today we would have to be fighting the sedition elements in Iran’s cities, as they intended to enter Iran through Iraq’s borders…,” he said in a visit with members of the families of such foot-soldiers killed in Iraq and Syria.
“The enemy attempted to take these values from the society and unfortunately some are writing in this framework,” he added.
Revealed: Qassim Suleimani spotted with IMIS militias near Syria's border                     Baghdad Post, May 15, 2017 - Qassim Suleimani, the head of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), was seen with Iranian Militia in Iraq and Syria (IMIS) along with Hadi al-Ameri, head of Badr Organization, in al-Qirwan neighborhood, located in Mosul city near the Syrian-Iraqi border, sources revealed on Monday.                          Read more

Syrian National Coalition: Iran Regime Is the Main Problem in Syrian Talks

Ahmad Ramadan, Chairman of media and public relations of Syrian National Coalition, talks in his interview with Sky News on May 6 about this problem and the importance of the note the opposition representatives offered in this regard:

Deadly Syrian gas attack ‘bears signature’ of Assad

PARIS, (New York Post and AP), April 26, 2017  — France’s foreign minister said Wednesday that the chemical analysis of samples taken from a deadly sarin gas attack in Syria earlier this month “bears the signature” of President Bashar al-Assad’s government and shows it was responsible for the deadly assault.
According to Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, France came to this conclusion after comparing samples from a sarin attack in Syria from 2013 that matched. The findings came in a report published Wednesday.
The Weekly Standard, April 26, 2017 -
Assad's Air Force Chemical Attack on Khan Sheikhoun Was in Support of IRGC Ground Forces Operations
Investigating the events before and after Bashar al-Assad’s chemical attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun, clearly indicates that the goal of this attack was to support the operations of Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) in the northern province of Hama. Since the Free Syrian Army and the Syrian opposition began to advance in the north of Hama from March 21, 2017, and reached within three kilometers of the city of Hama, the IRGC dispatched its forces in Damascus and its suburbs with its highest ranking commanders to this area. Now these forces are present in the North and West of the city of Hama and around the town of Soran. These forces include battalions of the 19th Fajr Shiraz Division, battalions of the division known as Nabi Akram of Kermanshah, Saberine special battalions of Tehran province and Ninawa brigade forces in Golestan province.

Iran’s Rouhani contacts Syrian dictator, backs chemical massacre

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani expressed his support over the phone for Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s killing of this country’s people, claiming the Idlib chemical attack is “false and without evidence”, outrageously accusing the opposition for the attack.
“The use of chemical weapons… was aimed to diverse the general public’s attention from the truth. We must not permit terrorists use such weaponry, then accuse others and provide pretexts for measures in violation of international regulations,” he said. (Iranian state media – April 9)

Arab News, 10 April 2017 -Did Iran just violate the Chemical Weapons Convention?

Remarks by Chair of Foreign Affairs Committee of NCRI, on Rouhani's Position on Assad's Chemical Attack on the Syrian People
Mohaddessin said: The Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani’s phone call to the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad and reaffirming his full-fledged support for this war criminal is indicative of two facts:
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Shayrat Attack Significant but Insufficient
By: Salman Al-dossary

Asharq Al-Awsat, April 9, 2017 - Last week’s morning was a turning point in the US dealing with the Syrian crisis. When 59 missiles Tomahawk were launched towards Shayrat airport, this was the first direct attack by the |United States on Bashar Al-Assad regime since the beginning of the revolution six years ago.
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Incapacitating Syrian Dictator's War Machine with expulsion of Iranian regime and its IRGC and mercenaries from Syria, Iraq and Yemen
After so many years of appeasement with Syrian and Iranian regimes that brought no result other than increase of criminal wars and crimes against humanity, targeting and incapacitating of Syrian dictator's bases and centers of chemical attacks and his war machine is the urgent demand of all the people and freedom lovers in Syria. This move contributes to ending Syrian historical catastrophe that needs to be completed with expulsion of the religious fascism ruling Iran and its Revolutionary Guard and mercenaries from Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.

Political Prisoners Condemned the Chemical Attack in Syria

prisoners of Gohardaht (Western Tehran) Prison condemned murders with chemical weapons in Sheykhun, Syria.
The following is part of the letter written by the political prisoners of Gohardasht Prison:
Iran's War Crimes in Syria opposition delegation chief Dr. Nasr al-Hariri warned of Iran’s occupation of Syria and measures provoking sectarian wars.
“Iran is committing war crimes west of Damascus. What is taking place today is a continuation of a planned policy by the Assad regime and its allies, especially Iran, to gain dominance over all areas west of Damascus. This is a very dangerous initiative,” he said in an interview with Al Arabiya TV.

Nikki Haley Slams ‘Assad, Russia And Iran’ In United Nations Speech

Condemnation of the Syria Gas Attack in Idlib Province

The Iranian Resistance's President-elect Maryam Rajavi described as "a major war crime" the chemical attack on Idlib and the ruthless carnage of defenseless people, particularly the innocent children.

Khamenei and Bashar Assad are responsible for this chemical attack, as was the case of in the August 2013 chemical bombardment, and they must be brought to justice, Mrs. Rajavi reiterated.

Maryam Rajavi hailed the resistant people of Syria. She extended her sincerest condolences to the bereaved people of Idlib and wished for quick recovery of those wounded.

IRGC must be labled as terrorist org

( April 6, 2017: Not Designating Iran’s IRGC for Terrorism ‘Would Hold American Policy Hostage

Speech of Maryam Rajavi the solution for Syria


Conference on Crisis in the Middle East, Prospects and Solutions

Alireza Jafarzadeh
Alireza Jafarzadeh

New book illustrates the occupation of Syria by Iran
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In a panel discussion organized by the U.S. Representative Office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US), former U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain and State Department Spokesman Adam Ereli, Vice President Al Gore's Communication Director and senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council Larry Haas, and NCRI-US Deputy Director Alireza Jafarzadeh, discussed the Iranian regime's destructive role in the five-year-old Syrian Conflict. A new book, How Iran Fuels Syria War, was also made public.

The event, held at the NCRI's Washington Office, was moderated by the Council's Foreign Affairs Committee member Ali Safavi, who said "the startling picture, showing the heartbreaking silence of the five-year-old Syrian child, Omran Daqneesh, covered in dust from head to toe after being pulled from the rubble following an airstrike, mirrors the stunning silence of the West regarding the Syrian tragedy."
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Larry Haas
Adam Ereli
Adam Ereli
Larry Haas
Adam Ereli

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