Monday, April 1, 2013

Iran-Syrian-Hezbollah axis

Israel may be concerned about the growing presence of al-Qaida elements in Syria but that threat pales in comparison with the menace posed by the Iran-Syrian-Hezbollah axis before the Syrian civil war, Amos Gilad said in an interview that appeared Monday.

Gilad, the head of the Defense Ministry’s diplomatic security bureau, said in an interview on the Walla website that al-Qaida activists who are flowing into Syria are saying publicly that they are “waiting for the opportunity to take over the state.”

He also said al-Qaida was working inside Syria in a systematic manner, and through major attacks, to build up the organization’s strength.

“But still, with all due respect to that threat, it is not the same threat as one posed by Iran, Syria and Hezbollah together, which is much more difficult,” he said.

While the crumbling of Syria harms the Iran-Syrian-Hezbollah axis, and – at least in that regard – is a positive development, it is not as if a new democracy is just waiting in the wings to fill the vacuum once Syrian President Bashar Assad exits the scene.

“You can look now and see al-Qaida in Syria, economic lows, instability, the lack of one address, huge refugee problems,” he said, referring to a Syria after Assad. “This all presents new types of challenges that are not similar to the military challenge [Syria posed to Israel before the civil war].”

“In reality this is a blow to Iran and Hezbollah together,” Gilad said of the situation in Syria.

“They admit it and are doing everything so Assad survives.”

In my view, the jihadists – al Nusra( such shame US made a huge tactical mistake  made them as “ terrorist”) – the supersaturate fighting group will not big problems, because currently large number of them are Syrian people, disguised join members because of its  resources, as West failed to supplier them  arms et al so what option they had, that is utter hypocrites west, manifesto of fiasco! When FSA enough arms they will return back to wings of FSA! Foreigners jihadists are small minority, they will go back to their own countries when this  criminal is overthrown( this is controllable post Assad, by the revolutionary leadership, Syria is also 80% literary it is different than Afghan).  Why should FSA reject foreign jihadists their  supersaturate prowess skills talent offer them to fighting criminal Assad-Hezbollah- Iran?! They only offer their beneficence, fight alongside with them, they don’t mind their martyrdom, so world  don’t kidding yourself drowned by your worthless menaces without helping FSA! In my view al Nusra didn't harm anyone outside Syria! West didn' t help, while they are on the ground,   fight for Syrian people, protecting them and give them food and managing their civil order, while West saying, sitting in their fat manic depressive chair and split their hair "O O, full of al Qaeda Syria... full of dangerous what we can do about? We can do anything about it  we are such stupid coward world, bitterness wording useless in action  vileness amoral...etc  So nice to see now Yeah they finally waken up  Iran-Syrian-Hezbollah axis really much  dangerous than  AlNursa- Syria! So NO-FLY-ZONE and arming FSA minimize the risk!