Thursday, September 13, 2012

Al Qaeda leader needs support to topple Assad so he can take over ... come on USA and NATO help the man...

come on, don't start acting coy now at the closing-curtains stage of the game.  The man is crying out for some help  for goodness sake ... are you so heartless??   Let's send some logistics and armoury to his terrorist gangs ... come on, come on, double quick now....time is of the essence.  The Al Qaeda chickens in Syria are waiting for NATO's aid to headchop Assad before invading Israel from the Golan Heights.

Know why the die-hard headbangers hate Assad so much?  The answer is right in front of our noses, but we don't see it.  It's because Assad has NEVER made a move to attack Israel via the Golan Heights and has not even breathed a word about the Israeli settlements on that  patch of land Israel won and kept  after the 6-day war.  To die-hard headchoppers that's unforgiveable.

It amazes me that even the Israelis don't get it.  Or, maybe they think they can deal with that scenario as long as Iran's main soldier is crippled.  Bad strategy Israel ... very bad.

.... Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri  has called on all Muslims to back the rebels in Syria, saying the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad would bring them closer to the ultimate goal of defeating Israel, according to an audio recording posted on the Internet on Thursday.

Speaking on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Zawahri criticized Muslim governments in the Middle East and in Asia for failing to pursue the cause of political Islam. He chastised the new leadership in Egypt in particular for sticking to its 1979 peace treaty with Israel and Pakistan, which he described as a "government for sale and an army for rent".

The 2011 Arab Spring revolutions have redrawn the political landscape in the Middle East, bringing in Islamist governments in Tunisia and Egypt and increasing the influence of Islamist political groups throughout the region, which Western governments have watched with concern.

Zawahri said the United States was propping up Assad because it feared the rise of another Islamist regime to threaten its ally Israel.

"Supporting jihad in Syria to establish a Muslim state is a basic step towards Jerusalem, and thus America is giving the secular Baathist regime one chance after another for fear that a government is established in Syria that would threaten Israel," he said....

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