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Iran / Syria
Iran / Syria

Russia sends two more naval ships to the Mediterranean Sea.

While the Russian state news agency Interfax has reported that Moscow is sending two more naval ships to the Eastern Mediterranean Sea in order to take over the operations from a naval unit in the area, it is also reported that one of the naval ships is a Russian missile cruiser (guided missile cruiser?) and this could be related to the yesterday’s joint “missile launch / missile test” by the Israeli regime and the United States.


According to the report by the Russian state agency Interfax, the information about the  two more naval ships in direction to the Eastern Mediterranean Sea are from some military sources in Moscow, who gave the information about the Russian naval ships under the terms of anonymity, of course.

In the meantime, there are also several new and interesting statements by Iran in terms of the Syrian conflict, the threats by Washington against Damascus and a possible US-led military strike on Syria.

For example, the new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani underlined in recent statements that Tehran will continue the sending of humanitarian aid to Syria and that the Iranian government simply cannot stop the sending of humanitarian aid to Syria when the Syrian people have to live under such difficult living conditions. Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said further that Tehran condemns “any hostile act against the regional countries, especially against Syria.”

Then, there is a new statement by parliamentarians in Iran. Iranian parliamentarians have stated in a new statement from today that they will support the resistance front in Syria and that they are ready “to fight alongside the Syrian nation against any aggressor.”

The statement by the Iranian parliamentarians further says that they, as the representatives of the Iranian people, support the resistance front in Syria and that they declare “in a straightforward manner” their support for the positions of the Supreme Leader of the Muslim world.”

In addition, the Iranian MPs behind the statement also expressed that they are ready to “sacrifice our lives beside our Syrian brothers against the frontline of infidels and oppressors.” The statement by Iranian parliamentarians was signed by 170 MPs in the Islamic Republic of Iran, according to the reports.

The statement by the Iranian MPs also includes a warning in direction to Washington and Tel Aviv. The Iranian MPs warned the US administration in Washington and the Israeli regime in Tel Aviv in the signed statement against any military strike on Syria.

According to the statement by the Iranian parliamentarians, any military attack by foreign countries on Syria “will herald the collapse of the arrogant powers’ tyrannical and cruel system.”

Iran / Syria
Iran / Syria

Also the Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, who is the Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, spoke again about Syria and the threats of the United States to launch a military attack on Damascus.

The Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force, General Soleimani, said in his new remarks in terms of the Syrian conflict and the turmoil around a possible US-led military strike against Syria that Tehran will remain at the side of the Syrian nation “until it gains victory against the aggressors.”

General Soleimani said that Iran will “support Syria to the end,” and then referred to the different means and methods applied by the US administration for toppling the government of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus, according to a member of the Iranian Assembly of Experts. General Qassem Soleimani has then mentioned the dispatch of Al-Qaeda forces to Syria by the US administration as an example for the American machinations to topple the Syrian President and his government.

Of course, the Iranian General also spoke about the recent chemical attack in suburbs of Damascus and said that he is convinced that “Washington’s latest excuse for attacking Syria will fail to produce any results for Washington.” By the phrase “latest excuse”, General Soleimani meant the alleged chemical attack in suburbs (e.g. Jobar) of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

The Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force also spoke about the fears of some countries in the Middle East about the growing influence of Iran in the region and that the regime in Qatar has “has spent $12bln in the form of aids” to the terrorists fighting in Syria. He also mentioned that this attempt by Qatar to reverse the current trend on ground in Syria has failed.



  1. After we fire iff a few missiles how do u know they won’t fire back and hit our ships? Who are we to judge and kill more people of another country. I’m sick of this.

    • War is a contact sport, k; only a fool thinks that if he shoots at someone who is armed that person will not shoot back. Don’t forget that if the US shoots first, and receives return fire, that return fire is defensive. I agree that we do not have the right to kill people just because of religious or political differences or, as in the case of all of our recent adventures, for money, money least of all. We all know from early on that the love of money is the root of all evil, and that’s what Syria’s about, no doubt about it. Welcome to the forum.

  2. from the beginning I did not believe Mr. Assad is behind the chemical attack.
    By my opinion the US or Israël provoked this crual attack by his famous DRONES, this could trigger a response from the US and his puppie.
    I hope the Iranian army stay alert for possible attacks by the Zionists.

    • I wouldn’t worry too much about the Iranian military, as I’m pretty sure that they are on watch and ready for action.

  3. For me it seems like Saudi Arabia supplies the oil & the cash USA passes on to Israel & AIPAC decides the policy for all so much For US democracy & power when its being screwed badly by its so-called Allies

    • Hi, Anton, welcome to the forum. The US is not a democracy, but a representative republic. So far as I know, Athens was the only fully functional true democracy that actually had a history. In my opinion, US power is much more an appearance than a reality; it’s true that we can, for a while, kill more people with greater efficiency than anyone else but all that perceived ‘power’ is just a shell and there’s not much in the way of conventional forces behind it. My worry is that when the US gets pressed really hard, somebody will wheel out the nukes in order to defend – – what? – – Obama’s image as a tough guy?

      • Thanks for the reply for me it just seems like USA people don’t have much say in anything but influence from so-called Allies is overwhelming

  4. As a Canadian citizen, I am happy to learn that Canada will not be partaking in any aggression towards Syria. It is disappointing however, that our government is lending moral support to the U.S. who would waging war on Syria on behalf of the Zionist regime in Israel. The arrogance of the U.S. is beyond belief, when you consider the U.N. has still not completed their findings on who supplied the nerve gas, and who actually used it. I do hope Syria has the support of Russia, Iran, and other middle eastern partners in any conflict that takes place.
    This conflict has all to do with Israel, the nerve gas is just a smoke screen for a regime change in Syria and then Iran will be next.

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