Mossad, CIA and Blackwater operate in Syria – report

 So, is this all made up? If so, by whom and for what reason?

Or, is this the lie? “ Western powers however have categorically denied any military involvement in Syrian internal conflict.” (Not the statement, but the denial).

A security operation in Homs reveals Mossad, CIA and Blackwater are involved in the military violence in this part of Syria, as over 700 Arab and Western gunmen and Israeli, American and European-made weapons were detained in Baba Amr district.

­Syrian security forces got yet further proof of Western powers’ military involvement in Syria’s internal conflict, reports Al-Manar, a news agency, affiliated with Hezbollah, the Lebanon-based militant group and political party.

Around 700 gunmen were recently arrested in the former rebel stronghold of Babar Amr.

“The captured gunmen held Arab nationalities, including Gulf, Iraqi, and Lebanese. Among them were also Qatari intelligence agents and non-Arab fighters from Afghanistan, Turkey, and some European countries like France,” the agency quotes Syrian expert in strategic affairs Salim Harba as saying.

Harba also confirmed to the agency that “a coordination office was established in Qatar under American-Gulf sponsorship. The office includes American, French, and Gulf – specifically from Qatar and Saudi Arabia – intelligence agents, as well as CIA, Mossad, and Blackwater agents and members of the Syrian Transitional Council.”

The Syrian expert also added the security forces have also seized Israeli-, European- and American-made weapons.

“The Syrian army also uncovered tunnels and equipments there,” he told to the agency, “advanced Israeli, European, and American arms that have not yet been tested in the countries of manufacture, in addition to Israeli grenades, night binoculars, and communication systems were confiscated by the security forces.”

Salim Harba however said the Syrian authorities are not planning to reveal all the obtained information now, but assured all the evidence is of high value.

“The Syrian security forces have documents and confessions that could harm everyone who conspired against Syria, and could make a security and political change, not just on the internal Syrian level, but also on the regional level,” he said.

The recent Stratfor leak and hacked email of the company’s director of analysis also suggest undercover NATO troops are already on the ground in Syria.

There have been previous allegations of a Western presence on the side of the rebels as 13 French officers were reportedly captured by the loyalist forces earlier in March.

President Bashar al-Assad has repeatedly claimed his regime is fighting not with peaceful protesters as claimed by the West, but with the military gangs supported by the West.

Western powers however have categorically denied any military involvement in Syrian internal conflict.

I have omitted to show the source and apologise. Sorry if I misled anyone.

The post is from and is linked here for you to read the whole article.

About Ken McMurtrie

Retired Electronics Engineer, most recently installing and maintaining medical X-Ray equipment. A mature age "student" of Life and Nature, an advocate of Truth, Justice and Humanity, promoting awareness of the injustices in the world.
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6 Responses to Mossad, CIA and Blackwater operate in Syria – report

  1. Good post. I have been putting these same dots together but have not yet written about it. May I link to your post if I publish?

    I think it can be proven that these non-Syrian mercenaries are chiefly responsible for the violence in Syria (and are implicated in their provocation of state over-reaction). I think their whole meaning can be found in their ability to provoke Assad’s government into the kind of reaction that will justify NATO intervention (especially if the press cooperates and shows pictures of giant pro-Assad demonstrations but calls them anti-Assad demonstrations.

    These are the new ‘Contras’ (for the New Order) and Muslim democracies are the new Nicaragua (see 1978-87) – and the so-called “Arab Spring” is in fact headed very quickly for Arab Winter. Stable Muslim governments that are uncooperative with the West are marked for this Contra activity and the destabilization that comes with it.

    The press coverage is abominable. I saw that the British journalist who called Homs ‘the new Rawanda” has been identified from his picture as M16 (British intelligence) though I cannot prove it. But notice that Assad was hitting that very neighborhood so hard because he knew he had these stateless Contras trapped their.

    Perception is everything and it may be too late for Assad (with McCain and others so hasty to call for bombing Damascus)

    Did you notice that the first real disturbance was at that southern border city (and that more than a dozen police were killed) – that is not peaceful demonstration. When police die in the West, regimes don’t get blamed for crack-downs. Even Homs can be reached in a short mobile attack
    from Northern Lebanon. The first place where real violence occured in Tunisia was very near the Algerian border (by road there is no other town between the border and Kasserine).

    Egypt is different – that was simply a palace revolt – the military is still in charge behind the scenes and they were mainly interested in keeping Mubarak’s son from rulership.

  2. Oops, I wrote “Muslim democracies” but in many cases these are undemocratic regiimes – I referred only to the majority population as Muslim (interesting though that Syria is one of the last secular Arab states where a great plurality of religions and non-religious lifestyles flourish).

    No matter to NATO (which of course includes USA) they are willing to shake the whole thing and try to get a regime that will not block their overall aims for the region. In the process they are sure to set real democracy back 20 years or more as the USA certainly did (with hundreds of thousands of deaths) in Guatemala in 1953. See also Chile in 1973 and elsewhere. These Cold Warrior types (also called Neocons) have really not succeeded anywhere on earth but have caused nothing but ruined sovereignty and death.

    • Thanks John, for your comments.
      This is a very frustrating excercise. Just last night on Melbourne TV news Syrian people were being interviewed saying what cruel activities Assad’s army were up to. That is what the public sees. That is what the public believes.
      How could it be wrong, on TV? Of course we were not shown any incidents.
      Reminds me of prior news releases where such eye-witnesses were later proven to be fake.

      You mention Guatemala and Chile, proof enough of US et al only causing devestation. This time it is much more global, especially when it comes to Iran.
      I think, much more serious. More directly connected to world government control, I believe, as well as oil of course.
      Democracy, of the people, for the people, by the people, seems to be going out of fashion rather speedily.
      Whether by force, delusion, corruption, threat or outright fraud (election count manipulation), the people are having less and less control over their country’s behaviour. Also less control over their own lives.

      Great to have some more support, thank you.
      Research “Post Archives”, Category ‘Syria’, here, for more that I have come across and published. Mostly copying or reblogging but adding my own views along the way.
      Many links to other relevant blogs and posts should provide substantial leads for you research.

      Any input or constructive criticism you wish to offer will be appreciated.
      You are welcome to use, link or reblog anything at all from here. If info from an prior source, I guess they would deserve some credit/reference.
      Good Luck!

      PS. Your analysis is impressive and when you publish, I might find it valuable to link to it.
      That would be good.

      • John, I hope this post update puts right any wrong I have created.
        I rarely miss an acknowledgment. At least you now have more material for your story, and you know who to thank for it.

      • Thanks Ken – I had been monitoring RT and the Wikileaked Stratfor files myself, but only in the past week or so – and I therefore recognized the sources of most of your report. But links are important of course.

        PS – I notice that in my haste to finish my comment I duffed the date for the Guatemala debacle – it was of course 1954. The overthrow of the Iranian Prime Minister by US manufacture of proxy ‘agitations’ in 1953 was also on my mind. I might also have mistaken the number of police killed in Deraa, Syria – but it seems that at least 7 were killed. This matter of early armed attacks on law enforcement is critical to exposing the non-peaceful and outside nature of the ‘agitations.’ Sorry if I’m using your comment space to sort this all out. I’m grateful that you are providing a window.

  3. John, You are very welcome! Please contribute more.

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