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Arab League Observer Seeking to Provoke Civil War in Syria

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Fars News Agency
January 2, 2012

A Saudi observer sent by the Arab League to Syria to monitor state reforms in the country in astonishing remarks called on the opposition forces in Damascus to pick up arms and launch a war on the Syrian army and security forces.

“You should be ready for confrontation with the Army and Security Forces by all possible means, including weapons,” Khalid al-Rabian said, addressing a gathering of Syrian opposition forces on Friday in al-Hassan Mosque in Haresta region on the outskirts of Damascus.

Rabian also said that the Saudi government supports the opposition forces in every stage of their confrontation with the Syrian government.

Observers had repeatedly warned that several regional states, backed by the US and Israel, are attempting to deepen the crisis in Syria in a bid to overthrow the anti-Zionist Bashar al-Assad’s government.

“Enemies intend to weaken Syria to cut this main arm of resistance in the region, but they will certainly fail in their efforts,” Secretary-General of Lebanon’s Al-Tauhid Al-Arabi Party Wiam Wahab said in November.

Also in the same month, a senior figure of the Lebanese Hezbollah Movement had praised the resistance and wisdom shown by Syria against the enemies’ plots and schemes.

A conspiracy is underway against Syria but the country has powerfully resisted the enemies’ plots, Head of Hezbollah Sharia Board Sheikh Mohammed Yazbek said.

This article was posted: Monday, January 2, 2012 at 3:40 am





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