FAO BRITISH GOVT: CONFIRM IRAQI PESHMERGA FORCES DO NOT PLAN TO TRANSFER -EUROPEAN- WEAPONS INTO SYRIA. (30.10.2014)
Last updated 31.10.2014
The very dirty fingerprints of a Downing Street led 'news' media operation to try to illegally smuggle European weapons into Syria, are apparent.
Subject: FAO BRITISH GOVT: CONFIRM IRAQI PESHMERGA DO NOT PLAN TO TRANSFER EUROPEAN WEAPONS INTO SYRIA.
Date: 30 October 2014 13:45:01 CET
Confirm that Iraqi Peshmerga do not plan to transfer European weapons into Syria, or that if they do, what legal grounds the British government rely upon for them doing so, that the public have not been informed in advance of by the British government.
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In legal terms it is important to remember that what the 'Syrian Observatory', who are an MI6 propaganda operation in the UK might claim the US-led coalition are doing in Syria, for the 'news' media to repeat, is not considered a credible source of information or evidence.
It should also be remembered that yesterday the very same Guardian were bizarrely quoting an Iraqi Kurdish website (in related article below) as a source to claim the Syrian government agreed to Iraqi Kurds entering Syria.
The English and often even the Arabic version of the Syrian government's own website SANA is however regularly being illegally blocked etc in Europe and Turkey.
The legal issue is that there are no legal grounds to transfer European weapons into Syria, and particularly when by no co-incidence the FSA just happen to be going uninvited to Kobane to collect those weapons.
Syria condemns Turkish government’s violation of its border in Ayn al-Arab area
Damascus, SANA – Syria condemned on Thursday the “disgraceful” conduct of the Turkish government and the other parties working in cahoots with it, holding them basically responsible for the crisis in Syria and the continued bloodshed through their support to the terrorist organizations.
“Once again, Turkey proves real its conspiratorial role, premeditated intentions and flagrant intervention in the Syrian affair,” a statement of the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said.
The new proof of the Turkish intervention which the statement referred to was “violating the Syrian border in Ayn al-Arab area by allowing foreign forces and terrorist elements operating on [Turkey's] land to cross into the Syrian territories.”
The Foreign Ministry slammed this act on the Turkish government’s part as “blatant encroachment” upon the Syrian sovereignty and violation of the principles and goals of the UN Charter and the rules of the international Law.
The Ministry’s statement, which SANA got a copy of, spotlighted the “existing connection between the Turkish Justice and Development Party government and the terrorist organizations, on top being ISIS, Jabhat al-Nusra and al-Qaeda affiliates.”
This connection “is not a secret anymore,” it said.
While reiterating that the relation between Turkey and terrorist organizations constitutes a breach of the UN Security Council’s resolutions in relation to counterterrorism, the statement made it clear that the proofs of this relation are many.
Citing one of those proofs, the Foreign Ministry referred to the Turkish government’s preventing of Syrian residents from Ayn al-Arab city who are in the Turkish territory from crossing the border to rescue their fellow citizens and defend their city against ISIS terrorist organization which has been trying to seize control of it for weeks.
“The Turkish government has unveiled its hostile intentions against Syria’s unity and territorial integrity through its attempts to exploit the steadfastness of our people in Ayn al-Arab to pass its expansionist plans by allowing in terrorist elements aided and abetted by it with the aim to establish a buffer zone in the Syrian territories,” the Foreign Ministry said.
It concluded by saying that Syria condemns and rejects this “disgraceful” behavior of Turkey’s government and the parties complicit, holding them mainly responsible for the crisis in the country.
Syria, the Ministry stressed, will continue working to thwart the “dangerous plot” of the Turkish government and affirms its support for its people in Ayn al-Arab.
"...Democratic Union Party (PYD) in France held a press conference in Paris on Wednesday calling on France to pressure Turkey into allowing reinforcements to reach the besieged town of Kobani in Syria during Erdoğan's visit...Issa called on Hollande to convince Erdoğan to order the establishment of a corridor between Kobani and other parts of Syria controlled by the PYD..."
"...The Syrian Kurdish fighters in Kobani say a group of ten Peshmerga fighters entered the besieged town on Thursday through the border crossing with Turkey to study the geography of the area.
They later went back to the Turkish side of the border to prepare for the arrival of a group of 150 fighters who are awaiting deployment to the embattled town...[10.55am GMT]"