As a part of latest agreement between the Arab League and Syria, Damascus on Friday offered amnesty to those who surrender their weapons until November 12 as part of attempts to ease months of unrest. Shortly afterwards, US State Department Spokeswoman Victoria Nuland advised Syrian gangs to reject the offer and not to hand over their weapons.
Damascus have long claimed that Obama administration with the help of UK, France, Turkey and Saudi Arabia is funding the armed rebels who have been involved in killing hundreds of security forces and destablizing the country.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem on Wednesday accused Washington of direct involvement in the ”bloody events in Syria” and asked the international community to “condemn the involvement and to do what is necessary to end it.”
The pro-Israel Zionist Jews have been the main force behind western propaganda against Bashar al-Assad’s regime for its close relation with Tehran, Hizbullah and Hamas. Both US and Israel believe that a regime change in Damascus is needed for the success of future US attack on Islamic Republic and Israeli attack on Lebanon.
On July 4, a conference of Syrian anti-regime groups was held in Saint-Germain in France. The meeting was attended by 200 people representing none of the Syrian groups calling for reforms in Syria – the ‘Democratic change in Syria’. The meeting was organized by La Regle du Jeu (The Rule of the Game) magazine and website which is headed by Zionist Jew Bernard-Henri Levy. The other Zionist Jews who attended the meeting included Bernard Kouchner, former 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.
Moscow has warned western warmongers to quit meddling in the Muslim East affairs and attack on Islamic Republic which will turn into a catastrophic event in the region.
United Nations in its latest repoert has claimed that close to 3500 people have been killed in Syrian riots since anti-government protests began in March. However, UN’s claim is based on anti-Muslim western sources which fed misinformation to United Nations ahead of NATO invasion of Libya.