chemical weapons inspectors leave syria

Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)
Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)

Syria: Car bomb hit military checkpoint in Nabak, Damascus countryside.

There is up to now not much details about the sudden announcement by the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon today morning that the team of chemical weapons experts will leave Syria already on this Saturday.


Thus, it seems the investigation is aborted by the United Nations (UN), either by the request of the chemical weapons inspectors in Syria or by the will of the UN. As said, there is not much information until now.

An indication of an imminent attack on Syria?

However, there is a possible situation that the UN chemical weapons experts will leave Syria so quickly because the United Nations (UN) has background information about a possible military strike against Damascus that could be carried out by the United States much faster than one might have thought.

At least, there is a certain possibility for this situation. However, one hopes that the background information about a military attack on Syria is not the reason for the sudden information by the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon that the UN team of chemical weapons experts will leave Syria on this Saturday morning.

Meanwhile, a car bomb exploded in the countryside of the Syrian capital, Damascus. According to the reports, the car bomb explosion took place at a checkpoint of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the area of Nabal in the Damascus countryside.

There is also not much information about this car bomb that has hit a military checkpoint in Nabak – it is just said that there is the possibility (sadly) of casualties due to the bomb attack at this military checkpoint in Nabal. One can be sure that the car bomb attack has been carried out by the Saudi-backed terrorists.

In terms of the rhetoric of war by certain Western governments, one might call them the usual suspects, it is certain that a military attack and war on Syria will have dire consequences for the Syrian people, the Syrian nation and also for the entire Middle East.

The regional impacts of a war on Syria will be destructive and one does even not need the explanations by the Russian Foreign Ministry, the Iranian Ministers, the Italian officials or former French Ministers to come to such a logical result that any war against a country will have a dire consequence for the locals of the attacked country. And it is thereby not better if one is calling a war a “military intervention”, because finally – it is just the same.

Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)
Syria: Terrorists attacked Residence of UN Inspectors (Source: FNA)

However, the more speak about the dire consequences for Syria and the entire region, the more will hopefully oppose such a war by Washington against the next country in the Middle East. Further, it would be the next war by the United States that is just based on propaganda, lies and their interests in the region.

The Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani also has warned in his recent statement against the serious repercussions of a military attack by the West against Syria and he further said that the accusations against Damascus are unsubstantiated that the government in Syria has used chemical weapons against Syrian civilians.

Iran’s Majlis Speaker Ali Larijan said in his new statement and this can be taken as an official statement by the Islamic Republic of Iran that a military strike on Syria under a false pretext “is a new adventurism, whose adverse effects will linger” will linger on the entire Middle East for a long time. Of course, the Majlis Speaker of Iran is correct with his statement. Ali Larijan made these new remarks during a meeting with the new Australian Ambassador to Iran, Mr Paul Foley.

The Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani also said during his meeting with the new Australian Ambassador to Tehran that terrorism is at the moment the “most pressing issue facing the region” because the terrorism is “quickly spilling over across the countries” in the Middle East. This reminds us of the totalitarian dictatorship in Saudi Arabia… …somehow.

Iran’s Majlis Speaker Ali Larijan further noted in his remarks that the region has to fight terrorism and that the countries of the Middle East have to cooperate in this topic to finally get rid of the terrorism. He said that avoiding military tensions and the cooperation among the key countries (influential countries) in the Middle East are the two important requirements to rein in terrorism.

The new Australian envoy to Tehran, Mr Foley, did not say much in regards of Syria and the U.S. threats of war. The Australian Ambassador to Iran said that his country has always underlined the need to counter terrorism. However, one does not really know what to think of such a statement in terms of Syria now. Not to mention that the Australian government has also partly supported the terrorism in Syria within the last two years.



  1. Should this UN news of its team leaving Syria on Saturday is confirmed that will be really bad. One of the few reasons for the axis of evil not to attack Syria is the simple risk to kill the UN folks in their attack. That is also strange since they did not complete their job meaning one thing : it was since day one a show to promote the strike bringing UN down to zero credibility. That is bad.

  2. Obama and Cameron have their orders, so best to get UN out of Syria. No one wants innocent noncombatants to suffer, do they?

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