Syria criticises warmongering by US President Obama, Jaafari names him a “bully.”
In a new speech by Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar al-Jaafari, the Syrian envoy has not only spoken about the current threats of Washington to begin a military attack against Damascus, but Bashar al-Jaafari also spoke about the dangerous warmongering policies of the Obama administration in the United States and finally called the US President and Nobel Prize laureate a “bully.”
Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar al-Jaafari, has lashed out at the US administration in Washington for their warmongering policies against the Syrian nation and asked the rhetorical question of who has appointed the administration in the United States “to anticipate the outcome and the findings – the final findings – of the UN mission” in Syria. The Syrian envoy, Bashar al-Jaafari, further asked how the US administration in Washington can act unilaterally “from outside the context of the United Nations?”
Chemical weapons experts of the United Nations (UN) under the lead of the Swedish arms expert, Ake Sellström, has finished its work on the site of an alleged chemical attack near the Syrian capital, Damascus, last week. A Swedish military laboratory is currently analysing the samples from the place of the alleged chemical attack in Syria and the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, has already called for an acceleration of the laboratory tests of the samples from Syria in a recent telephone conversation with the Swedish arms expert, Ake Sellström.
Syrian officials from the governance in Damascus as well as Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad have categorically rejected that they had any role in the chemical attack (e.g. Sarin nerve gas or other poison gas) in suburbs (Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar) of the Syrian capital.
According to statements by some political analysts and officials from Russia, Iran and other countries, the presented evidence by Washington for their accusations against the Syrian government in Damascus that is has used chemical weapons against Syrian civilians on August 21 is not convincing.
Russia has urged the U.S. administration to share further information about their alleged evidence, while the Russian President has not only called these US claims against Damascus an “utter nonsense,” but also demanded proofs and no rumours.
Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar al-Jaafari, further said in his new speech that the warmongering policies by US President Barack Obama are not acceptable. The Syrian envoy criticized the warmongering policies of the Noble Peace Laureate and American President Obama and asked the next rhetorical question:
“Who asked Mr. Obama to be the bully of the world? President Obama speaks about not changing the regime. He said that it will not be Afghanistan, it will not be Iraq. Who guarantees the day after… who guarantees what will happen the day after?” (Bashar al-Jaafari)
The Syrian UN envoy, al-Jaafari, finally warned against the dire consequences of any possible US-led military intervention in Syria and stated that any military strike on Damascus will represent a war of aggression against a sovereign state according to the UN Charter – and thus, such a US-led war of aggression on Syria will constitute a violation of international law as well as a war crime.
Bashar al-Jaafari closed his new speech in regards of the US threats against Syria, the warmongering, and the bully, Barack Obama, with these words:
“Barack Obama put an end to the American military presence in Iraq; Barack Obama promised to withdraw from Afghanistan; Barack Obama got the Nobel Prize, Barack Obama went to Cairo to address the Arab and the Islamic world and he said there that there would be no more wars. Where is this Barack Obama?”