From Al Jazeera: A carbomb has exploded in the eastern Syrian city of Deir Ez-Zor, causing an unknown number ofcasualties, according to state-run media and an opposition group.
Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra, reporting from the Turkish city of
Antakya, along the border
said that opposition groups say the government has orchestrated the blasts as a
ploy to make the country's protest movement appear violent. Syria
A human rights activist group and activists on the ground have been brushing aside accusations of the government, saying these are similar tactics that had been used before by the government in different parts of the country to discredit the pro-democracy movement as radical and terrorist."
G 8 Summit Under-way
Damascus has sent a letter to the United Nations accusing some Lebaneseareas of helping al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood to take rootalong the Syrian border.
"Some Lebanese areas next to the Syrian border are incubating terrorist elements from al-Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood, who are messing with the security of Syrian citizens and work on undermining the United Nations Special Envoy's plan," Syrian UN Ambassador Bashar Ja'afari wrote.
The letter was sent to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council.
"In some areas [of
Lebanon] ... warehouses have been set
up for weapons and ammunition that is arriving to Lebanon illegally,
either by sea, or sometimes through using the planes of specific countries
to transport weapons to Lebanon and then smuggle them to Syria, under the
excuse that they [aircraft] are carrying humanitarian aid for Syrian
refugees," Ja'afari said.
Comment: sending a letter to the UN Chief, try to influence G8 summit; by saying full of al-Qaeda,… the UN Chief has to very careful we are the world watching how this unfolds.
...Major General Robert Mood, head of the UNobservers' mission in Syria,said he was satisfied with what the observers have achieved on the ground toreduce the course of violence. However, he acknowledged the existence of difficulties facing the work of his mission.
"Cessation of violence depends largely on the commitment of the parties concerned on the ground inside and outside
"We are happy to see a state of calm on the ground in
though we have faced difficulties because of violations coming from here or
Comment: It looks like General Mood is the criminal’s general, sounds like unkind but that is true, what is Mood doesn’t say is that , there is yes may be nothing like Homs atrocity, of killing hundred of innocence Syrian daily, yes now only 50 innocence people are being killed but the criminal gangs are arresting innocence people 500 daily.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said onThursday he believed al-Qaeda was responsible for two suicide car bombs thatkilled at least 55 people in Syriaa week ago and that the death toll in the country's 14-month conflict was nowat least 10,000.
"A few days ago there was a huge, serious, massive terrorist attack. I believe that there must be al-Qaeda behind it. This has created again very serious problems," Ban told a youth event at the UN headquarters in
Syria hascomplained to the United Nations that its tourism industry has beenseverely damaged by the uprising, which has raised fears of civilwar.
In a letter to the 193-member UN General Assembly made public on Thursday,
's UN ambassador, Bashar
Ja'afari, said hotel occupancy had dropped from an average of 90 per
cent before the crisis began in March 2011 to less than 15 per cent. Syria
Comment: I could not understand why they complaint the UN but now I know because of the influencing the G8 summit.
In my view clearly the criminal has been working on how to influencing the G8 summit, Obama his election on November, scare tacit, indirectly the criminal cry to convey to G8 that ”full of al-Qaeda among the revolutionary, I must stay” try to influence the G8 summit decision making. But the G8 leaders should know that, “criminal Assad no future for the
Why? How could you 22 million have to accept so called leader systematically carried
massive atrocity? Syria
is not backward country, 80% literacy: and median age 22 years
young vibrant cosmopolitan country. The young people will not back down, until
the criminal is removed. This conflict drag on there no one benefit from this conflict
that is including currently who supporting the criminal. Cost effective when criminal is removed than
keep him alive. Just one criminal that is all. Syria