The United States Fights a War by Proxy in Syria

March 29, 2013
Written by D. L. Gary Pandol

The United States is now at war, fighting a war by proxy in Syria.

Al-Arabiya has reported that a defected Syrian pilot told The Sunday Telegraph that he was a part of the Syrian regime’s air fleet to Russia and Iran. Amassing vast funds, the pilot stated that cargo planes were flown two or three times a month to Russia and at least 20 missions were made to Tehran to pick-up arms and explosives to support the Assad regime. [See for more on this subject]. 

Meanwhile, Syria’s rebel forces including the Free Syrian Army, Al-Qaeda, Al-Qaeda affiliates, Jabhat Al-Nusra Front, and other allied jihadist groups, are receiving weapons from the U.S. CIA, other allied governments in Europe, and Turkey, an Islamist run regime. 

This means Turkey, a member of NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, along with the U.S., and certain European allies are in the business of aiding and abetting the Syrian rebels, Islamic militants, while Russia and Iran continue to arm and assist President Assad’s regime. 

Meanwhile, the Christian population, estimated at over one million in Syria, are reportedly coming under increasing attack. Documented accounts of murder, by U.S. backed Syrian rebel Islamists, are mounting.

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