SYRIA: ANOTHER YOUNG BRITISH ‘MARTYR’ TO WESTERN PROPAGANDA. (18.04.2014)
One really does have to question the true motives of Mr Deghayes Snr, shamefully claiming his son died for a 'just cause', trying to...murder, innocent Syrian civilians, bravely trying to defend themselves from western imperialism, and their western backed...Jihadis.
It is highly suspect that Libyan apologists for western wars of aggression, like Mr Deghayes Snr, have NO criticism of the British Establishment, who really have brutally murdered millions of innocent civilians in the Middle East, since the Balfour Declaration, of 1917.
His brother Omar, the 'mistaken identity', former Guantanamo inmate, is even more...forgiving, now the British Establishment and the Libyan...Al-Qaeda have kissed and made up over petro-dollars!
A British teen has died in Syria, the Foreign Office has confirmed this morning.
A spokesman for Sussex Police said: "On Monday 14 April we received information that an 18-year-old Brighton man had been killed in Syria in recent weeks.
"The circumstances of this reported death remain unclear and we are in contact with the family."
Speaking outside his home, Mr Deghayes said: 'As I far as I know Abdullah went to Syria without my consent, nor his mother's consent, to fight Syrians against the dictator Bashar al-Assad.
'He was killed in a battle.
'His brother, who is also there, is injured. The third brother who is also there is OK. He is fine.
'I never encouraged them, nor anybody, as far as I know, who is around them encouraged them. They went of their own free will. They went without taking consent from their parents.
'I am sad for the loss of Abdullah but at the same time I can feel some comfort that he went for a just cause. The cause is to help those who are being bombed daily by Assad and killed by his bombings and air raids and soldiers for nothing except to ask for their freedom.
'I hope this was his intention, I hope he is rewarded and I hope he is in peace now.'
Mr Deghayes insisted his three sons were not 'terrorists' but had travelled to Syria to defend 'those who are weak'.
He said his sons had been 'stubborn' about travelling to Syria after seeing videos of the atrocities online.
Asked whether he believed Abdullah was a martyr, Mr Deghayes replied: 'Of course I think, as a Muslim, that my son is a martyr. Anyone who dies for a just cause is a martyr.'
Mr Deghayes said his son Amer had travelled to Syria with a convoy, before Abdullah and Jafar followed later.
Earlier today, the family of the British teenager claimed that they had no idea he had travelled to the war-torn country.
....He revealed he travelled to Turkey earlier this year to meet two of his sons, Abdullah and Jafar, in an attempt to stop them entering Syria to fight."
Clearly the Turkish government -ARE- working with western governments to get 'Jihadis' into Syria.
Of course the British Establishment of government and media propagandists who would have invaded Syria, but for concerns over Russian opposition, and widespread legal challenges, do not mind young Jihadis going to Syria to fight against innocent civilians in Syria, since western governments are unable to -openly- send their own troops.
The propaganda machine, is also getting great mileage with the British government claiming these Jihadis are a new threat to British people.
Mr Deghayes Snr is so very wrong, when he claims it is a 'just cause' to try and murder, the likes of otherwise defenceless women in Syria, who are forced to pick up and learn how to use weapons, to defend their families from merciless western governments, and the likes of his son.
It is the likes of Mr Deghayes, who is 'weak', not the brave young women in defence forces in Syria.
"...Who the hell are you to be studying us and issuing us Euro-American directives on “good governance” and “conflict resolution”?
Crises of governance and conflicts which have been engineered by none other than your governments , with your intellectual cover....
What Syria needs is more women who understand how their liberation is linked to their freedom and dignity as human beings who are free from all forms of exploitation and subjugation.
An integral part of this freedom is a sovereign and unitary Syria which is free from the predatory ambitions of the Empire and its Arab minions..."
Women in Syria who use weapons to defend their families are no different from Eastern Ukrainians, who are not terrorists either, just because they do not consent, to have others violently impose their own will, over them.
What is absolutely clear and is only becoming clearer, is that there are some very dishonest 'Muslims' who seek to...use religion, to impose their will on others, just like, and on behalf of western governments.
As Hizbollah pointed out, western governments do not care, who or what you are, so long as your interests co-incide.
"...the Americans have no problem in any place in the Islamic world where an Islamic movement rules. "Israel," too, has no problem in that. They have no problem if you are an Islamist who wears a beard, if your wife wears a veil, if you pray the five prayers, and if you perform Hajj and Umra [pilgrimage to Mecca] and do whatever you like. Eat whatever you like, and dress the way you like. Just tell me your stance on "Israel"? What is your stance on oil? How do you deal with wealth, and what is your stance on America and its project in the region? Are you with the American project? Then you are welcomed! If you are against the US project, then war must be proclaimed against you.
In depth, they have no problem. Originally, this is the English mentality. The English are the owners of this theory. Thus, they opened the gate..."
Let us be clear that interests of Syrian 'Jihadis', which are ONLY about a) control to b) make money, are exactly the same as those of western...governments, who call grannies in eastern Ukraine, 'terrorists' too.
It really is the responsibility of people, to be aware of who is seeking power and why.
Abdullah's brother Amer, who was the first of the brothers to fight in Syria, had first gone to Turkey with an aid convoy in September.
Omar Deghayes, who is currently in Tripoli, said he had only heard one eyewitness account of what happened to Abdullah.
He said: "Abdullah Deghayes was a young man full of life, he had a bright future ahead, he was just like any 18-year-old, but his heart was different.
"He couldn't sit still watching the news of the gross injustice taking place in Syria.