Qatar and Saudi Arabia Reportedly Funding and Sponsoring ISIS

Saudi diagonal support to the organization Daash to four billion dollars to carry out terrorist attacks and prosecute foreign terrorists INTERPOL



Palm – informed sources revealed that there is coordination two years ago between the groups «Daash» in Anbar and views of country of Saudi Arabia, worked on the finance organization in Iraq, Syria, and supplied with money and arms, which are assertions that coincided closely with one of the tweets made by «Abdul Hakim Abu Omar »commander and a military spokesman in Fallujah are free through his account on the social networking site« Twitter »which he said« we are coordinating with the brothers Qatari support and reinforcement, which will come with said the international police (Interpol) for prosecuting foreign terrorists carry out suicide operations in Iraq and Syria.

And has totally this information with what I said a newspaper Emirates, which reported explicitly via a press report it to «Qatar supports the organization« Daash »by four billion dollars a year to carry out terrorist acts in Iraq, Syria, and come of these developments, in sync with the revelations of the International Police (Interpol) When confirmed prosecute foreign terrorists carry out suicide operations in Iraq and Syria.

The center of this image, politicians demanded by the international community »embrace» strategy developed by the Baghdad conference to fight terrorism and considered international approach within the law will be binding on all countries of the world.

International manhunt
The officials revealed in the International Police (Interpol) disclosed that “Western and Arab fighters flocking to Iraq to join the” Daash “, to be assigned after the implementation of suicide attacks in Anbar and Baghdad.”

Ronald Noble said Interpol Secretary-General in a press statement: “Perhaps what we are facing and we are looking forward to the future is nothing more than challenges, and that is the time to act is the current time.”

The Nobel that “Interpol tracks the flow of groups of foreign fighters into Iraq, and revealed that many of those who are being recruited are being assigned to launch suicide attacks in Anbar and Baghdad,” he said, “there is enough evidence to suggest that these people who are targeting cities in Iraq are foreign fighters, arriving from all over the world .. America, Europe, and North Africa, and Asia, as well as the Middle East. ”

He warned “that many of them will return to their country of origin, and may be assigned to launch attacks with catastrophic scale,” he “will continue to Interpol facilitate informational exchange among the member states to collect and compare information and determine the identities of the foreign fighters suspects, but it must be completed through efforts that must be implemented on the ground. ”

Saudi support diagonal
Noble’s comments came one day after the detection of the local newspaper, announced that Qatar supported terrorist entities in Iraq and Syria, the most prominent organization “Daash.”

The newspaper said the Gulf in a report, citing sources described Palmtalaap: “The Qatar continue the policy exceeded all constants and principles, it makes use of today’s topic of the Muslim Brotherhood because they think it would benefit it has changed its attitude towards them at any time,” pointing out that “the sources estimated the material cost of the policy Foreign Affairs about four billion dollars annually, which is equivalent to roughly the annual budget for a country like Lebanon, all at the expense of development in Qatar “, indicating that” the victim of policies Qatar erroneous neighbors certainly, but the first victim and the biggest one is the people of Qatar, where he arranged for his government’s priorities are not served narrow purposes only. ”

The organization “Daash” had confirmed the presence of military and financial support from Qatar after its losses in Iraq and Syria, as pointed out, according to his account official on the social networking site “Twitter” Recently, the so-called “Abdul Hakim Abu Omar,” the commander of a military spokesman in free Fallujah said Tweets in his transfer account: “we are coordinating with the brothers Qatari support and reinforcement that will come.”

Abu Omar did not reveal the date for the arrival of this support or shape, but informed sources confirmed that this support has been going on for more than two years through intermediaries inside Iraq, but said it exceeded that, noting that the industry Daash Saudi Arabia, a country with distinction.

Political claims
In the meantime, politicians demanded the international community to embrace the strategy developed by the Baghdad conference to fight terrorism and considered international approach within the law cover a wide shall be binding for all countries of the world. National Alliance MP Abboud al-Issawi said that “out of the Baghdad conference of the decisions in this manner is sober, which calls for the world to put an end to the terrorism that undermines Bldahm is enough to be a tool conclusive Walid terrorism if I got the countries that received them terrorism fully and with the participation of universal and effective.”

And concluded the work of the Conference of Baghdad, the first international anti-terrorism, with the participation of a broad international, recorded the participation of 50 countries and organizations specialized in the field of counter-terrorism, in a move that promised a serious attempt by the Iraqi government to put the problem of terrorism is international and the search for causes and develop appropriate solutions to get rid of them regionally and globally. And met with the recommendations of the Conference universally accepted and widely, which emphasized the importance of joint action to implement the terms of those agreements in order to get rid of the scourge of terrorism.

Issawi said in a press statement that the Arab and regional states to look at its future and working on how to fortify of terror next to it that will not exclude anyone, and the sooner assistance in putting an end to terrorism. ”

He continued: “Iraq is doing what he can and draw a clear way to reduce terrorism and respond to evidence that he is fighting on behalf of the world has contributed to divert the attention of the international community to support Iraq international consensus,” and called on “countries that received them terrorism that unites her with Iraq and are lined with in its war against terrorism and demanded that the international community makes the decisions of the Conference of Baghdad anti-terrorism law approach within a broad international co-compiled by an interagency all countries of the world. ”

He also noted MP for the coalition of state law that “the countries of the region, which has a hand in exporting terrorism to Iraq, which uncovered them, to raise its consideration and see the steps that could occur as a result are released from the decisions of the Conference of Baghdad, which unanimously by more than 50 state. ”

He stressed Issawi “that accused Iraq of some of the neighboring countries and the region to lend a hand of terrorism has become very clear through what is happening in the Gulf region in particular and after that pulled the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain ambassadors of Qatar, which has funded terrorism very clearly through press reports issued by Newspapers Qatar confirms that fund terrorism and “Daash” specifically “.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki accused the eighth of March the current Saudi Arabia and Qatar to declare war on Iraq, blaming them of the responsibility of the security crisis in the country, as they pointed out to host a “terrorism and al-Qaeda leaders” and supported “politically and in the media.”

The Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain recently announced the withdrawal of their ambassadors from Qatar, with Ezzat reason that the lack of commitment to the Doha “agreement Riyadh”, considered that this decision is part of standing shoulder to shoulder toward all designed to destabilize the constants and compromising the security of their countries and their stability.

International efforts
For his part, MP for the state law, Mohammed al-Hindawi, “need to rise all the countries of the region and the world for control of the disease of terrorism, which began moving into all aspects of life unchecked or stop.”

Hindawi said in a statement that “Iraq is working hard for a high level of control over the terrorist organizations that want to impose death and destruction on all aspects of life, in addition to its criminal in the control areas by force and impose royalties on the citizens.”

“The Iraqi security forces on the lookout for such actions and can be controlled on the work of these organizations at home and prevent the funding, but some countries in the region to stop the financing of these terrorist groups and” Daash “specifically”.

He asked “the international community to unite with Iraq in order to internationalize these decisions and turn it into a work checks on the document to cover legal and international and binding on countries that fund terrorism in any way logistical or moral or incitement, because it’s so violating all norms and international rules stipulated in the agreements and thus before the law and the whole world.

Syria Offers To Help Iraq Counter “Islamic State” Terrorists

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[The beginning of permanent peace in the Middle East will be the day when the USA and friends join with Syria and Iraq to eliminate the jihadist terror of Al-Qaeda In Iraq, as well as the governments and individuals who support this terror.]

Syria Says Ready to Help Iraq Fight Jihadist ‘Terror’


The regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad said Wednesday it is willing to help Baghdad in the fight against “terrorism”, a day after jihadists overran Iraq’s second city Mosul.

“The foreign-backed terrorism that our brothers in Iraq are facing is the same that is targeting Syria,” said the foreign ministry.

Damascus is “ready to cooperate with Iraq to face terrorism, our common enemy”, it said in a statement.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant is a radical jihadist group operating in Iraq and Syria. It aims to establish an Islamic emirate stretching across the two countries’ borders.

ISIL militants spearheaded a jihadist offensive on Tuesday that claimed the province of Nineveh and its capital Mosul, as well as other parts of northern Iraq.

In Syria, ISIL controls large swathes of the oil-rich province of Deir Ezzor, which borders Iraq.

“This terrorism is a threat to peace and security in the region and the world,” said the Syrian ministry, calling on the U.N. Security Council “to decisively condemn these terrorist and criminal acts, and to take action against the countries supporting these groups.”

In Syria, the regime has systematically branded peaceful opponents, rebels and jihadists alike as “terrorists” backed by the Gulf.

But rebels and dissidents opposed to Assad’s regime have turned against ISIL because of their quest for hegemony and systematic abuses.

Slowly Waking-Up To the Danger We Have Created, State Dept Warns of ISIL Threat

Press Statement

Jen Psaki
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
June 10, 2014


The United States is deeply concerned about the events that have transpired in Mosul over the last 48 hours where elements of the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIL) have taken over significant parts of the city. The situation remains extremely serious. Senior U.S. officials in both Washington and Baghdad are tracking events closely in coordination with the Government of Iraq, as well as Iraqi leaders from across the political spectrum including the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), and support a strong, coordinated response to push back against this aggression. We also commend efforts by the KRG to respond to the ongoing humanitarian crisis. The United States will provide all appropriate assistance to the Government of Iraq under the Strategic Framework Agreement to help ensure that these efforts succeed.

ISIL continues to gain strength from the situation in Syria, from which it transfers recruits, sophisticated munitions, and resources to the fight in Iraq. It should be clear that ISIL is not only a threat to the stability of Iraq, but a threat to the entire region. This growing threat exemplifies the need for Iraqis from all communities to work together to confront this common enemy and isolate these militant groups from the broader population.

The United States stands with the Iraqi people and the people of Ninewa and Anbar now confronting this urgent threat. We will continue to work closely with Iraqi political and security leaders on a holistic approach to diminish ISIL’s capacity and ability to operate within Iraq’s borders. Our assistance enables Iraq to combat ISIL on the front lines, where hundreds of Iraqi security force personnel have been killed and injured in that fight this year.

88.7% of Syrian Electorate In 43 Countries Re-Elect Bashar al-Asad

Western hypocrisy rejected: Syria’s people make their choice

A woman together with others, including Syrians living in Tunisia, holds a placard of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, in Tunis June 3, 2014. (Reuters)

A woman together with others, including Syrians living in Tunisia, holds a placard of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, in Tunis June 3, 2014. (Reuters)

The results of Syria’s first presidential election in nearly half a century have finally come in and the Syrian people have overwhelmingly given Assad a clear mandate to continue going forward with his anti-terrorist and civil reconciliation policies.

Bashar Assad was elected by 88.7 percent of voters, with 10.2 million Syrians turning out to support the incumbent president. Despite the tsunami of support that Assad has received from his electorate, the West and its allies still refuse to recognize their democratic will and have actually gone to certain lengths to suppress it. This is because the election results do not conform to the Western geopolitical agenda, much as how Hamas’ 2006 landslide was also not recognized. By refusing to listen to the voices of the Syrian people, the US is enacting sub-human standards against those whom it cannot directly influence. In defiance of Western intimidation, the vote demonstrates that the Syrian people have risen up in resistance against the US-dominated world and have a multipolar vision of the future.

Unlike the controversy over Syria’s election, there were no Western qualms in recognizing the one in Ukraine, let alone in 1967 South Vietnam, which at the time was engaged in a civil war and direct US military intervention. Americans have never voted down a sitting president during a time of “war”, yet the US government wants to castigate Syrians for doing the same. It is contradictory that the US, which hasn’t seen a real war near or within its borders since the 1848 US-Mexican War, has this democratic prerogative, but the same reasoning is rejected for Syrians, who are arguably emerging from a more painful and vicious conflict than anything the West has been through since World War II.

Even in the heyday of 1960s racism in the Jim Crow South, at least some blacks were able to have their voices heard, but this is sadly not the case for Syrians in 21st-century America who wanted to participate in this historic election. The US, along with its Canadian, German, French, Belgian, and Gulf allies, barred Syrians in the country from voting in the elections. Lebanon also threatened to rescind the refugee status of Syrians who go to the border to vote there. Considering that 95 percent of registered expat voters in 43 other countries voted in the election, the aforementioned countries’ behavior can only be seen as voter suppression. America’s popular “Get out the vote” campaign or MTV’s “Rock the vote” initiatives are noticeably absent. It is textbook hypocrisy when the world’s most vehement exporter of “democracy” uses its political and cultural tools to support voting in the pro-Western world but then uses those same tools to suppress eager participants in a non-Western vote. As a cultural case in point, Facebook recently removed all advertisements for Assad’s Sawa (“Together”) reelection campaign, further stymying free speech and censoring the web.

People wait in line to get their ballot papers for the presidential election at a polling centre in Damascus June 3, 2014. (Reuters)

People wait in line to get their ballot papers for the presidential election at a polling centre in Damascus June 3, 2014. (Reuters)

The US has repeatedly said that holding an election in the midst of a supposed civil war is a “disgrace” and won’t berecognized, but it is overlooking the fact that Syria is actually facing an external war supported from abroad. The country in the throes of an actual full-scale civil war is Ukraine, not Syria, and following this logic, it is actually the Ukrainian election that is undemocratic. Nonetheless, the US was not discriminatory at all when it came to Ukrainians in the country voting in their “elections.” In fact, “a record 1,600 (Ukrainians) came to Ukraine’s Chicago consulate May 25 to vote”, clearly showing that the US only supports elections when it has a guiding influence over the results.

The West and its allies’ in-your-face hypocrisy over the Ukrainian and Syrian elections, not even two weeks apart, shows its mangled and subjective understanding of “democracy.” Although the global attention span is unfortunately short, it is not short enough for these events’ meanings and symbolism to be lost on the public. When the Secretary General of NATO says that he is “sure no [NATO] ally will recognize the outcome of these so-called elections”, he and his military organization are missing an important point. NATO is under the delusion that it alone can unilaterally decide what is democratic or not, but the unipolar world is rapidly fading and new norm and value systems, different from the Western understanding, are emerging.

Syria does not need the partisan West to recognize its elections – it has the rest (Russia, China, Iran, etc.) to do so instead, and these partners are more important and friendly to Syria than any false friends in the West or the Gulf. The Syrian crisis has given these other countries the opportunity to come together and develop a common policy for approaching the events in Syria.

In this manner, Syria has come forward in the global resistance against Western unilateralism and domination and has demonstrated why resistance is not futile. If Yanukovich would have been as tough as Assad and did not flee the country like Tunisia’s Ben Ali, then the Ukrainian events may have looked altogether different. After making it clear that Ukraine was facing aggression financed and supported from outside, Ukrainians may have rallied around their president in 2015 like Syrians did around Assad in 2014.

The elections in Syria demonstrate that sovereignty can survive even in the direst conditions. Although the country has been externally pressured, internationally sanctioned, and placed into a situation of constant violence for over the past three years, its people were still able to decide their own future. Syrians have thus shown the world that democracy can still exist – even if the West does not recognize it as such.

Andrew Korybko for RT