11/10/12

El Ejército Libre "Sirio" quiere atacar a Hezbolá

El Ejército Libre Sirio, el "rebelde" grupo de mercenarios apoyados y entrenados por la CIA y el MI6, se ha comprometido a ampliar sus operaciones en el Líbano y atacar a Hezbolá, la organización paramilitar y política establecida en 1982 para resistir la invasión israelí del Líbano.
El martes, Fahd al-Masri, quien está ligado al Comando conjunto del Ejército Libre Sirio, dijo al periódico londinense Ash-Sharq al-Awsat que el ELS ampliará la guerra de poder en Siria al "corazón" del suburbio de Dahiyeh, al sur de Beirut, un bastión de Hezbolá.

El ELS afirma tener a 13 miembros de Hezbolá en cautiverio en la ciudad siria de Homs. En agosto, los Estados Unidos acusaron a Hezbolá de tener una "profunda implicación" en el intento del régimen de al-Assad por combatir los ataques del ELS en el interior del país.

Las acusaciones son parte de un esfuerzo coordinado por los Departamentos del Tesoro y del Departamento de Estado para imponer sanciones a Siria. Los EE.UU. afirman que Hezbolá está trabajando en conjunto con agentes de la Guardia Revolucionaria de Irán de la Fuerza Quds, de acuerdo al Times de Nueva York.

El bloque del Movimiento Futuro del ex primer ministro libanés, Saad Hariri, ha declarado que Hezbolá ha firmado la "Declaración de Baabda", que promete mantener al Líbano fuera del conflicto en Siria.

A pesar de la neutralidad del Líbano, el ELS atacó un puesto del ejército libanés cerca de la frontera norte con Siria en septiembre.

"Por segunda vez en menos de una semana, una unidad del Ejército Libre Sirio consistente en un gran número de hombres armados entraron en territorio libanés durante la noche a través de las afueras de Arsal, donde atacaron a uno de los puestos del Ejército libanés", según un comunicado militar, dijo el Daily Star del Líbano.

El ELS ha trabajado muy duro para arrastrar al Líbano al conflicto entre Siria y los combatientes del proxy de la CIA. El 6 de octubre, un gran número de combatientes del ELS fueron asesinados en la frontera entre Siria y el Líbano, informó RIA Novosti. Unos días antes, el 3 de octubre el comandante del ELS, el coronel Riad al-Asaad afirmó que el grupo terrorista Hezbolá había asesinado al comandante Ali Hussein Nassif en la zona de Homs Qusayr cerca de la frontera.

En mayo, el gobierno de Rusia expresó su preocupación por el intento de desestabilizar el Líbano. "Moscú está seriamente preocupado por las crecientes tensiones internas en el Líbano. Al parecer, las fuerzas que no han podido hacer realidad sus planes para desestabilizar a Siria se han dirigido a la vecina Líbano", dijo el Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores ruso en un comunicado publicado en su sitio web.

En 2007, el periodista de investigación Seymour Hersh informó sobre un esfuerzo por parte de los Estados Unidos, Israel y Arabia Saudita de armar un ejército en toda la región de extremistas-mercenarios paraatacar a Hezbolá en el Líbano, desestabilizar y derrocar a Siria, y crear un frente unido de fanáticos suníes contra Irán.

"Las fuerzas reclutadas para este esfuerzo provienen de las filas de la creada por la CIA "legión extranjera árabe", Al Qaeda en sí - los grupos extremistas que regresan de la lucha contra las tropas estadounidenses en Irak y Afganistán, incluidas las organizaciones clasificadas como terroristas, como el Grupo Combatiente Islámico Libio", señaló Global Research el pasado 14 de mayo.

El líder de Hezbolá, Hassan Nasrallah acusó a Bush y a su camarilla de neoconservadores en 2007 de colaborar con Israel para instigar deliberadamente la fitna, una palabra árabe traducida en el sentido de "insurrección y fragmentación dentro del Islam".

Como hemos documentado, el Ejército Libre Sirio es un constructo de la CIA lleno de miembros de al-Qaeda. Este hecho es admitido por nada menos que el Council on Foreign Relations: "Los rebeldes sirios serían inconmensurablemente más débiles hoy en día sin al-Qaeda en sus filas", escribe Ed Husain, miembro senior para Estudios del Medio Oriente en el CFR. "El influjo de yihadistas trae disciplina, fervor religioso, la experiencia de la batalla en Irak, el financiamiento de simpatizantes suníes en el Golfo, y lo más importante, los resultados mortales."

También trae violencia sectaria sin fin, asesinato y polarización política organizada y trabaja parabalcanizar aún más el mundo árabe y musulmán en Oriente Medio, un proyecto que ya está en marcha en la región.

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FSA threatens to take fight to Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut


(The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)




BEIRUT: Syrian rebels said they have detained 13 Hezbollah members and threatened to take the fight to Hezbollah’s stronghold in Beirut’s southern suburbs unless the party ends its support for President Bashar Assad’s regime.

“We [vow] to take the battle in Syria to the heart of the [Beirut] southern suburbs if [Hezbollah] does not stop supporting the killer-Syrian regime,” Free Syrian Army spokesman Fahd al-Masri told media outlets Tuesday.

He said the FSA is holding 13 Hezbollah members in a village near Homs for their involvement in the Syria conflict.

“They [the Hezbollah detainees] have confessed to killing and slaughtering [people] in Syria,” Masri said, indicating that most of the captives come from Baalbek and Hermel in the Bekaa Valley.

Masri stressed that Hezbollah is “deeply involved” in the fighting in Syria and said that the fate of the 13 detained men was “in the hands of [FSA] field commanders.”

Hezbollah “is involved in the killing of the Syrian people and in suppressing the revolution, particularly in Damascus and Homs,” Masri said.

“Hezbollah focuses [its operations] on Damascus’ Zabadani area given that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard has a military base there,” he said. “They also have a huge presence in Qusayr and Talbiseh.”

Responding to Masri’s comments, Hezbollah bloc MP Kamel Rifai denied that members of the resistance group were being sent to fight alongside the Syrian army.

“The party has a basic rule that forbids fighting anyone other than Israel and thus it bans its elements from fighting in Syria,” Rifai told The Daily Star Tuesday.

“There are Shiites living in Syria, but that does not make them Hezbollah [fighters],” he added.

In an apparent response to Rifai, Masri told the Lebanese MTV channel later Tuesday that the 13 Hezbollah men were arrested in their military uniforms.

“They were armed and in military uniform when they were captured in Homs’ countryside,” Masri said.

“They were not pilgrims and not on a tour.”

He held Hezbollah fully responsible and said the Shiite group “must not drag Lebanon into lost battles.”

“Funerals were held for four Hezbollah members who died at a military training camp as well as three others who passed away in the Nabi Sheet explosion,” Rifai said.

“None of them were involved in the Syrian fighting as has been rumored.”

Last week, Hezbollah said three of its fighters were killed in an explosion at a munitions depot in Nabi Sheet in east Lebanon.

Hezbollah buried Monday one its fighters who a security source said was killed in the border area with Syria.

Hussein Abdel Ghani al-Nimr, 35, died “performing his jihadist duty,” a Hezbollah spokesman said.

Nimr’s death comes less than a week after a senior Hezbollah commander, whom Syrian rebels said was killed in Syria, was buried in the Bekaa.

Hezbollah has announced several similar burials in past month without revealing details about the deaths.

The Future Movement bloc of former Prime Minister Saad Hariri called on security and judicial authorities to look into the death of Hezbollah fighters in Syria, describing as “weak” the group’s argument that the fighters died while defending Lebanese nationals living in Syria.

A statement issued by the bloc accused Hezbollah of dragging the Lebanese and Syrian people into a conflict with dangerous consequences by siding with the Assad regime.

“A quick investigation is required, especially since Hezbollah is a key partner in the current government which claims to adopt a dissociation policy vis-à-vis the Syrian crisis,” the statement said.

The Future Movement bloc added that Hezbollah had also agreed on the “Baabda Declaration,” which stipulates keeping Lebanon away from the conflict in Syria.

“The bloc also strongly condemns threats by some members of the Syrian opposition to target Lebanese areas in the southern suburbs of Beirut,” the statement added, referring to the Syrian rebels’ threats.

The Future bloc said the death of three Hezbollah members in last week’s arms cache explosion in Nabi Sheet is an “unfortunate incident,” calling on the group to hand over all its arms depots to the Lebanese Army to avoid similar incidents that “put the lives, security and stability of Lebanese citizens at risk.”

On the contrary, Free Patriotic Movement leader MP Michel Aoun said there is no reason to be alarmed by the weapons cache.

Aoun, an ally of Hezbollah, said it is normal for the group to store its arms supplies in different areas and locations.

The FPM leader, speaking to reporters following a meeting of his Reform and Change parliamentary bloc Tuesday, refused to comment on the alleged deaths of Hezbollah fighters in Syria.

Meanwhile, a Lebanese security source said dozens of Syrian rebels have fled to Lebanon over the past two days as a result of a military crackdown by the Syrian army in the province of Homs.

“Dozens of opposition gunmen have entered the country through Mashareeh al-Qaa in the past two days since the beginning of the military operation in Qusayr [Homs province],” said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

Hezbollah’s Al-Manar reported that a Syrian army crackdown in Qusayr forced “hundreds” of rebels to flee into Lebanon.

Meanwhile, the National News Agency said that a large number of Syrians fled to Lebanon through its northeastern border as a result of a Syrian army drive to pursue the rebels.

The NNA said the Syrians were fleeing through to Masharih al-Qaa and that the Lebanese Army had beefed up its presence along the border.


A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on October 10, 2012, on page 1.

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  1. PROPAGANDA BARATA.....Y PRONTAMENTE DERROTADA....EL TIRANO Bashar AL-ASSAD vá a ser sepultado por su pueblo,ése mismo pueblo que es masacrado por la alianza kuffar de Rusia,china e Irán....

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