As reported today morning, the British Prime Minister David Cameron has changed it stance on further arms deliveries to the terrorists of the FSA (Free Syrian Army) and the other jihadists fighting in Syria against the secular government of President al-Assad in the capital, Damascus.
Hence, it is the possible situation that the British Prime Minister David Cameron not only listened to the warnings of his security advisers, but also agreed to their concerns about the delivery of further arms, ammunition and so-called “military aid” to the terrorists fighting in Syria against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and even against the secular Arab nation.
In addition, in regards to the published article about Al Qaeda groups in Syria from yesterday, it seems that the context and logical considerations of this article about the increasing armed power struggles between different groups of terrorists and Islamists in Syria as well as the Al Qaeda-linked groups and branches, which are already in Syria since over a year, were correct.
There is reason behind the U-turn of the British Prime Minister David Cameron and it is not only the fear of the situation that further modern weapons for the groups of terrorists in Syria will not change their situation that they lose the most battles against the units of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) now. The mainly sponsored FSA (Free Syrian Army) terrorists in Syria also lose the most of their increasing battles against the Syrian Al Qaeda branch.
While the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) has confirmed already received several new and modern weapons (especially a new kind of missiles) from foreign powers, probably Saudi Arabia, Turkey or the United States over their proxies / allies in the region, it is finally very clear and logical that the US administration in Washington stopped their most support for the Syrian Al Qaeda branch in Syria and wants the FSA terrorists to remove the Islamists of Al Qaeda from the “rebel controlled” areas. There is much information in this article about “Al Qaeda in Syria” and the logical consequences and events in the last days and weeks.
The “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) commander, the so-called General Salim Idris, has finally accused David Cameron of betrayal today. This comes after the British Prime Minister David Cameron has listened to the several warnings of his advisers and British intelligence and made the U-turn in regards of the planned arms deliveries to the terrorists and religious fanatics in Syria. Cameron has decided to abandon the British plans to deliver (further) weapons into the hands of the still controlled ground forces of the foreign-supported and staged “Syrian opposition”.
The FSA commander Salim Idris said in a new interview with the British newspaper “The Daily Telegraph” that the West would only make “promises and promises” and this is, in his opinion, already “a joke now”.
The FSA terrorist further said that he had no opportunity to ask the British Prime Minister David Cameron personally “if he will leave us alone to be killed”, while it is the situation in Syria, as mentioned, that the terrorist groups of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) not only lose the most battles against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) now, but also lose their most clashes and fights with the Syrian Al Qaeda branch – mainly the sadly powerful “Al Nusra Front” in Syria, which was recently still supported by the United States, Israel and the Turkish Erdogan regime.
The FSA commander Salim Idris, known for his special character, finally said the ironic words that “on the behalf of all the Syrians, thank you very much” in direction of David Cameron and his final decision to not further arm the FSA terrorists in Syria. Although, to be honest, the decision by Cameron isn`t bad at all. More arms, more violence.
And the Syrian Al Qaeda branch will feel the power of the Syrian army units, while the terrorist groups of the divided “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and the external “Syrian opposition”, based in Turkey, have no more any real chance against both other sides. The FSA is losing ground, battles and hope. This is a reason for the statements of Salim Idris, because he knows that their ground forces are in a very hopeless situation and that only new and modern weapons, which are delivered very quickly into their hands, might change the outcome.