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Baghdad regime and Iraqi Mujahideen join war in Syria

Publication time: 5 March 2013, 06:45

After the Shiite regime in Baghdad began artillery and mortar strikes on Mujahideen and FSA positions, an immediate reaction followed.

 

Units of the Mujahideen of Iraq attacked Shiite troops of Baghdad regime and Assad's forces. The battle took place in the western province of Anbar. The Mujahideen attacked Assadites and Shiite forces near Ar Rabt hospital.

 

According to the Syrian Mujahideen, 50 Assadites and 10 Shiite militants from the army of the Baghdad regime have been successfully killed during the fighting.

 

The attack came as a complete surprise to the Shiite puppet regime, which during the past 3 days actively redeployed troops to the borders of Syria

 

Earlier, the ringleader of the Baghdad regime of rafidites, Nouri al-Maliki, made threatening statements predicting that the collapse of the Assad regime would lead "to the splash of the war in neighboring countries of the region, and that Jihadists would come to power".

 

Meanwhile, BBC News referring to the Baghdad regime reported that at least 40 Assad's soldiers have been killed in Anbar. According to Baghdad, a group of Syrian soldiers crossed the border to Iraq last Friday to escape from the rebels. They were attacked when they were escorted back to the border with Syria". And it is still not clear as who attacked them but it is clear that the Baghdad regime committed a flagrant violation of international law sending back foreign troops instead of their internment in a camp till the end of the war.

 

Meanwhile, the Syrian Mujahideen took full control of the provincial capital - the city of Raqqa. The city was taken during an assault. All Assadites fled.




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In response, Damascus shelled the city with several Scud missiles, which the Assadites have actively using in recent days.

 

It is to be recalled that after Turkish and "Israeli" papers leaked information about possible agreement between the US and Russia on the Syrian issue, a clearer outline of the bloody scene in Syria emerged before the eyes of the entire world.

 

The general outlines of this arrangement looks like that: Syria is divided into two zones. One part is for the Alawite regime (in fact, for Iran and Russia), and the second part is given for control to so-called "national coalition", which was formed by the West in Qatar.

 

The power component of the "national Coalition" will be allotted to the Free Syrian Army, which is now actively "brainwashed", as not all the units of the FSA want to go under the patronage of a pro-Western puppet gang.

 

"Jihadists" (i.e., the Mujahideen of Jabhat al-Nusrah, Al Qaeda, etc.) are proclaimed common enemy of the pro-western puppet "national coalition", the FSA, Russia, the US and Iran.

 

In this scenario, an important place is given to the capture of Damascus. According to the plan, the United States, the Western alliance and royal puppet Arab regimes controlling formations of the Free Syrian Army would rule in Damascus; and the Mujahideen forces would be driven out.

 

Meanwhile, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard corps (including aviation), the Russian GRU, the formation of the Lebanese Shiite gang Hezbollah, which just recently occupied 8 villages in the region of Homs have long been openly fighting on the side.

 

Russia and Iran are actively supplying the Assad regime not only with manpower but also with military hardware. And these weapons, despite a so-called "international embargo", are openly imported through the ports of Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt and some European countries.

 

In recent days, there has been sharp increase in missile attacks on the positions of the FSA and the Mujahideen. While last year only 2-3 Scud missiles were fired, the Scuds now strike every day and night - 3-5 missile per day.

 

The Asadites use chemical weapons, albeit locally, but these facts are completely ignored by the Western alliance, which hypocritically threatened with "severe retaliation" in case of the use of chemical weapons.

 

In fact, the Syrian front separate in our eyes more clearly the global participants of the conflict on two opposing sides, rips off the masks and reveals their real goals.

 

On one side, it is the international alliance of infidelity, which includes infidel states and their puppets from the so-called Muslim rulers, and the other - the Mujahideen and ordinary Muslims who declared their intention to restore the Sharia of Allah.

 

Despite disparate material resources, the actual unification of all forces of global infidelity against a handful of sincere Muslims, the Mujahideen are advancing, capturing more and more territories. And this happens despite the absence of weapons, equipment, logistics ,and sometimes even elementary shoes.

 

Daily victories are taking place, despite accusations of the Mujahideen by inactive Muslims within the worldwide conspiracy. The Jihad in Sham is a gift from Allah to Islamic Community.

 

By Islam Sayatkhan,
Syria, Aleppo

  

Kavkaz Center



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