French Jewish FM: ‘Assad’s military gains must be stopped’


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French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, has warned that the recent military gains by the Syrian military loyal to Bashar al-Assad should be stopped before reaching the province of Aleppo, part of which is controlled by western-armed rebels.

“We need to re-balance things because over the past few weeks the troops of Bashar al-Assad and especially Hezbollah and the Iranians, along with Russian arms, have gained considerable ground. We must stop this progression before Aleppo. It is the next target of Hezbollah and of the Iranians,” Fabius said on France 2 television.

In April 2013, it’s Fabius who fabricated the lie that Syrian army had used nerve agent sarin against the rebels. The claim was later rejected by Swiss prosecutor Carla del Ponte, who said that the independent UN investigation into the use of chemical weapons in Syria indicated that they had been used by the rebels – not by the Syrian forces. So, considering Fabius’ close ties with the Zionist regime, whom he was shielding for providing sarin to the rebels. Watch Carla del Ponte’s interview below.

Syrian army has been making significant gains in the past month, including seizing the long held rebel bastion of Qusayr as the anti-government rebel retreating into Turkey and Israeli occupied Golan Heights. Syrian army has already started its advance to recapture the northern part of Aleppo province controlled by the rebels including Minnigh military airbase taken over by the rebels recently. On June 9, 2013, the pro-Israel Salafi rebels executed 15-year-old Mohammad Katta in front of his parents in order to terrorize the pro-Assad population in Aleppo.

Both Laurent Fabius and French president Francois Hollande are Jewish, though Fabius claims that his Jewish parents had converted to Catholism. Fabius’s wife is Jewish. Fabius has also served French prime minister between 1984-1986. He has visited Israel several times and is considered a close friend of former Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman and Israel’s current finance minister Yair Lapid.

It was French Jewish scholar Bernard-Henri Levy, who organized the first anti-Assad conference in Saint-Germain in France on July 4, 2011. The conference was attended by Bernard Kouchner, former Jewish French foreign minister, Frederik Ansel, a member of Israel’s ruling Likud Party, Alex Goldfarb, former Knesset member and adviser to Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak and Andre Glucksmann, an Islamophobe French writer.

The bloodshed in Syria is part of Israel’s larger plan to bring pro-Israel regimes in Arab capitals. Israel with the help of United States, have been running covert operations to achieve its goal since the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran which toppled US-Israel executioner in the region, King Reza Shah Pahlvi.

After more than two-year bloodshed, now pro-Israel US leaders like John Kerry and John McCain are forced to admit that there is no military solution to Assad problem.

On May 17, 2013, The Times of London quoted two senior Israeli officers saying that Netanyahu regime would rather prefer a weakened but stable Syria under Bashar al-Assad than a Libyan-style Syria under Salafi fanatics, which could create troubles not only for Israel but the entire region.

“Better the devil we know than the demons we can only imagine if Syria fall into chaos, and the extremists from across the Arab world (armed and trained by Israel’s allies; the US, UK, France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar) gain a foothold there,”an Israeli intelligence official said according to British daily The Times of London, on May 17, 2013.

On June 9, Nathan Guttman wrote in the Jewish Daily FORWRD that Israel benefits from the Syrian bloodshed as Israel’s “sworn enemies, Hamas and Hizbullah suffer in spreading chaos”. Guttman says: “Israel is safer because Hizbullah’s focus is in completely different direction (Syria)”.

“Hamas, because of its backing of (Sunni) opposition groups fighting Assad, Iran, which backs the Syrian president, has cut millions of dollar in funding it used to provide to Hamas. The cash-strapped Hamas would lose some of its capabilities of launching rocket attacks on Israel,” wrote Guttman.

Guttman, a professional liar for the Zionist entity, know very well that both Iran and Hizbullah are still providing financial and military aid and training to Hamas and Islamic Jihad fighters. How about, $400 million funding to Hamas by the pro-USrael Qatar Emir last year?

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