Syria: CIA Sends Weapons to Terrorists Within Next Weeks

al Qaeda - Sponsord by the CIA
al Qaeda - Sponsord by the CIA

CIA supplies weapons to terrorists in Syria.

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According to reports, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) could begin with the shipping of weapons, ammunition, and “military aid” to the foreign-backed terrorists fighting in Syria against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in the upcoming weeks after the clearance from the US Congress intelligence committees. So, the CIA sends Weapons to Terrorists, again.

Thus, the terrorists and criminals of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) might receive new and modern weapons by the United States as well as by France, and by Saudi Arabia soon. Although the totalitarian dictatorship of Saudi Arabia has already supplied modern missiles to several terrorist groups fighting in Syria.

In addition, it is clear as the summer sky that many of the supplied weapons by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) as well as by France and especially by Saudi Arabia will land into the hands of the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot, the Jabhat al-Nusra and affiliated jihadist groups fighting in Syria for the establishment of an Islamist state.

Under consideration of the previous support by the CIA for the Syrian Al-Qaeda branch (al-Nusra Front) and the confirmed CIA-links to the Al Qaeda, it seems that the US administration more likely supports Islamists than a secular government in a sovereign Arab state. Further, they take the risks by sending new and modern weapons to their supported criminals of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) that many of these weapons will finally land in the hands of the Al-Qaeda-linked groups in Syria.

It is to doubt that the US administration does not know that the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot is already more powerful than their supported guys and thugs of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) – and that Al Qaeda is currently in a situation in which it success in most of the clashes in the armed infighting between them and the terrorists of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA).

The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Mike Rogers, has told to the press at the beginning of this week that the US panel had agreed to support the idea of arming the foreign-supported terrorists in Syria. However, the committee also stated that it has only agreed reluctantly and that there are many anxieties about the ideas of President Obama and whether the so-called new “Syria policy” of the Obama administration would work as it is intended and that this might help to topple the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad finally.

al Qaeda – Sponsord by the CIA

Thus, the US House intelligence committee seems to have a lot concerns about the plans of the Obama administration in terms of Syria and the terrorists within the Arab nation who are fighting against the secular government in the capital Damascus. The House intelligence committee seems smarter than the US administration and takes it as very questionable whether this “new Syria policy” has really “chances for success”, according to Mike Rogers, the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.

The US administration had already announced in last month that it will  supply the terrorists in Syria with further weapons and military aid after Barack Obama has received some “hints” by AIPAC and the Israeli regime that he should implement this “new policy” in order to provide modern weapons to the jihadists and terrorists in Syria.

Of course, Moscow rejects this new “policy” by the United States in regards of the arming of strangers and terrorists in Syria, while regional proxy states and so-called American allies support the arming of terrorists in Syria by the White House and CIA. It is no surprise that the CIA sends Weapons to Terrorists, doesn`t matter wheather it is about Syria or other countries.

Several European governments are no more convinced about the situation whether the supply of weapons to terrorist groups within Syria was a good idea from its beginning.
Under consideration of the increasing powerful Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot, which has been supported first by foreign and regional powers, the idea of arming jihadists was certainly a bad idea from the start.

But to be honest, there is probably nobody who has really thought that the arming of jihadists and Islamists is a good idea for the own national security or for the target to topple a secular government in a sovereign state without to decrease the stability of the region.

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