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Syria 'violations' condemned by UN Human Rights Council

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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 07:48 PM
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Syria 'violations' condemned by UN Human Rights Council


www.bbc.co.uk

The UN Human Rights Council has strongly condemned the violence in Syria and is to appoint a special investigator on the crackdown on anti-government protesters.
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 07:48 PM
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So what do you think the UN do next? will they now because of this have a no fly zone? Tough sanctions?
Whatever they do The Syrian Goverment has to stop killing the protestors, why can't they see that it is wrong?
The Syrian Ambassador to Geneva has warned Any UN intervention would simply deepen the crisis.
It doesnt look good folks.
also it looks the the Syrian Goverment is losing friends Correspondents say there is unusual unity among council member states, with Arab nations, Europe and the US all backing pressure on Mr Assad But China and Russia voting against.

www.bbc.co.uk
(visit the link for the full news article)
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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 07:59 PM
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It does need to be stopped. I can imagine a no fly zone being implemented and perhaps SAS and CIA secretly training rebels like they did in Libya. I can't imagine much more than that, I think whatever happens, it won't run as seemingly smoothly as Libya did.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:09 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
So what do you think the UN do next? will they now because of this have a no fly zone? Tough sanctions?
Whatever they do The Syrian Goverment has to stop killing the protestors, why can't they see that it is wrong?
The Syrian Ambassador to Geneva has warned Any UN intervention would simply deepen the crisis.
It doesnt look good folks.
also it looks the the Syrian Goverment is losing friends Correspondents say there is unusual unity among council member states, with Arab nations, Europe and the US all backing pressure on Mr Assad.

www.bbc.co.uk
(visit the link for the full news article)

edit on 2-12-2011 by boymonkey74 because: (no reason given)


They are already preparing this..Also the issues surround the crackdown on religions outside of the Islamist Law being perpetuated against Christians in particular, and other Non - Muslim groups...I have some related information in a thread I recently started about the question you asked in regards to the U.N. and the installation of a no-fly-zone.

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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:12 PM
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liberal carpet bombing, 'contractors' helping our friends, then when the wrong people take control, silence (see libya ,egypt, tunisia).
rinse and repeat for iran



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
So what do you think the UN do next? will they now because of this have a no fly zone? Tough sanctions?
Whatever they do The Syrian Goverment has to stop killing the protestors, why can't they see that it is wrong?
The Syrian Ambassador to Geneva has warned Any UN intervention would simply deepen the crisis.
It doesnt look good folks.
also it looks the the Syrian Goverment is losing friends Correspondents say there is unusual unity among council member states, with Arab nations, Europe and the US all backing pressure on Mr Assad.

www.bbc.co.uk
(visit the link for the full news article)

edit on 2-12-2011 by boymonkey74 because: (no reason given)


The protestors are being murdered by Radical Islamist groups inside Syria working through Turkey...The Assad government has a pretty fair system installed to protect other religions inside Syria which teach contrary beliefs to Sharia Law, and is being imposed by the Awakening of Islam due to the Arab spring movenments.

The deaths occuring are related to the crackdown on Radical Islamist which have infiltrated into Syria, and is being instigated by mercenaries and the FSA..
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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:20 PM
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Nowadays, the UN and NATO was created to prevent the violence from going over-spill. Saying all nations should stay isolationist while ignoring the genocide happened is the exactly why the Nazis rises in the first place with well armed army and guns. When WW2 erupted, Britain and France was very unprepared for the war and was crushed completely until the U.S. and USSR came in to help them. Just like the world blames the USA for letting the Rwanda Genocide happened while they exactly know what's going on.

We have to wait and see for this news report yet.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:21 PM
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Has the Syrian Goverment given the UN proof of this? and if so links please.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:23 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
reply to post by Daedal
 


Has the Syrian Goverment given the UN proof of this? and if so links please.


Proof of what?



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:25 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
reply to post by Daedal
 


Has the Syrian Goverment given the UN proof of this? and if so links please.


If you look at the destructive forces being employed in Egypt through the workings of the Muslim Brother and Salafist militants, the pattern is exacting it's self straight to Syria,where also the Radical Islamist groups seek to enforce Sharia Law..

Same game but different show and stage....



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:27 PM
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Your claims in your last post that the Protesters are being killed by Radical Islamist groups inside Syria working through Turkey, I would like some proof to your claims.
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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:29 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
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Has the Syrian Goverment given the UN proof of this? and if so links please.


Also most of the Body counts come from NGO organizations and humanitarian agencies..A special envoy from the U.N. has already been sent to Syria.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:32 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
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Your claims in your last post that the Protesters are being killed by Radical Islamist groups inside Syria working through Turkey, I would like some proof to your claims.
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Actually if you give me a little time to dig through material I can find the source..I have a lot of sources I use for info so it may take me some time.



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by boymonkey74
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Your claims in your last post that the Protesters are being killed by Radical Islamist groups inside Syria working through Turkey, I would like some proof to your claims.
edit on 2-12-2011 by boymonkey74 because: (no reason given)


Here is one link..As I find others I will post them..

Source





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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 09:32 PM
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After the Libyan rebels left and went to Turkey to stage the revolt and joined ranks with the FSA to promote Islamic Law against other groups who hold religious beliefs contrary to theirs.

Also the Muslim Brotherhood who has integrated with salafist militants in Egypt have already imposed Sharia Law throughout Libya,burning and torching Coptic Christian churches and stores, and killing many.



" The events started on Monday, November 28, when John Hosni, a building supplier, had a quarrel with his neighbor, Mahmoud Abdel-Nazeer (48), over some steel rods and cement Mr. Hosni had left in the street to use for erecting a wall around his house. This was perceived by Mr. Abdel-Nazeer as extending the home into the street, which is public property. “Instead of reporting this building transgression to the police or local authorities, Abdel-Nazeer took the matter in his own hands and brought some Salafists and torched the store and the home of the Copt,” said an eyewitness. "

Source

Thousands of Muslims attacked and besieged Copts in elGhorayzat village, population 80,000, killing two Copts and severely wounding others, as well as looting and torching homes and businesses. A quarrel between a Copt, John Hosni, and Mahmoud Abdel-Nazeer, who later died in hospital, turned into collective punishment of all Copts in the majority Christian village of elGhorayzat, in the Maragha district of Sohag province. Muslims vowed not to bury Abdel-Nazeer until John Hosni is punished. Mr. Hosni fled from the village with his family, “fearing a wholesale massacre of Copts,” reported activist Mariam Ragy.




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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 09:53 PM
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Investigate investigate , buy time buy time buy time.

Either hit Syria with Military forces or STFU NATO. Im tired of hearing "Strongly" Condemned . Strongly Condemn everything for God sakes.


Either put up or shut up.

Im tired of hearings NATOs wussy "Condemnations. Stop talking and do something , or keep your mouth shut. I know i repeated that a lot , but NATO keeps running their mouth.
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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 10:29 PM
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yes there has been proof about it and Syria has given it.Check SANA. Check globalresearch.ca .Check voltairenwteowrk.

www.globalresearch.ca...
www.globalresearch.ca...



Securing the Realm: The Israeli Blueprints to Destabilize Damascus

The 1996 Israeli document calls for "rolling back Syria" sometime around the year 2000 or afterward by pushing the Syrians out of Lebanon and destabilizing the Syrian Arab Republic with the help of Jordan and Turkey. This has respectively taken place in 2005 and 2011. The 1996 document states: "Israel can shape its strategic environment, in cooperation with Turkey and Jordan, by weakening, containing, and even rolling back Syria. This effort can focus on removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq — an important Israeli strategic objective in its own right — as a means of foiling Syria’s regional ambitions." [1]

As a first step towards creating an Israeli-dominated "New Middle East" and encircling Syria, the 1996 document calls for removing President Saddam Hussein from power in Baghdad and even alludes to the balkanization of Iraq and forging a strategic regional alliance against Damascus that includes a Sunni Muslim "Central Iraq." The authors write: "But Syria enters this conflict with potential weaknesses: Damascus is too preoccupied with dealing with the threatened new regional equation to permit distractions of the Lebanese flank. And Damascus fears that the 'natural axis' with Israel on one side, central Iraq and Turkey on the other, and Jordan, in the center would squeeze and detach Syria from the Saudi Peninsula. For Syria, this could be the prelude to a redrawing of the map of the Middle East which would threaten Syria's territorial integrity." [2]

Perle and the Study Group on "A New Israeli Strategy Toward 2000" also call for driving the Syrians out of Lebanon and destabilizing Syria by using Lebanese opposition figures. The document states: "[Israel must divert] Syria’s attention by using Lebanese opposition elements to destabilize Syrian control of Lebanon." [3] This is what would happen in 2005 after the Hariri Assassination that helped launch the so-called "Cedar Revolution" and create the vehemently anti-Syrian March 14 Alliance controlled by the corrupt Said Hariri.

The document also calls for Tel Aviv to "take [the] opportunity to remind the world of the nature of the Syrian regime." [4] This clearly falls into the Israeli strategy of demonizing its opponents through using public relations (PR) campaigns. In 2009, Israeli news media openly admitted that Tel Aviv through its embassies and diplomatic missions had launched a global campaign to discredit the Iranian presidential elections before they even took place through a media campaign and organizing protests in front of Iranian embassies. [5]

The document also mentions something that resembles what is currently going on in Syria. It states: "Most important, it is understandable that Israel has an interest supporting diplomatically, militarily and operationally Turkey’s and Jordan’s actions against Syria, such as securing tribal alliances with Arab tribes that cross into Syrian territory and are hostile to the Syrian ruling elite." [6] With the 2011 upheaval in Syria, the movement of insurgents and the smuggling of weapons through the Jordanian and Turkish borders has become a major problem for Damascus.

In this context, it is no surprise that Arial Sharon and Israel told Washington to attack Syria, Libya, and Iran after the Anglo-American invasion of Iraq. [7] Finally, it is worth knowing that the Israeli document also advocated for pre-emptive war to shape Israel's geo-strategic environment and to carve out the "New Middle East." [8] This is a policy that the U.S. would also adopt in 2001.

The Eradication of the Christian Communities of the Middle East

It is no coincidence that Egyptian Christians were attacked at the same time as the South Sudan Referendum and before the crisis in Libya. Nor is it a coincidence that Iraqi Christians, one of the world's oldest Christian communities, have been forced into exile, leaving their ancestral homelands in Iraq. Coinciding with the exodus of Iraqi Christians, which occurred under the watchful eyes of U.S. and British military forces, the neighbourhoods in Baghdad became sectarian as Shiite Muslims and Sunni Muslims were forced by violence and death squads to form sectarian enclaves. This is all tied to the Yinon Plan and the reconfiguration of the region as part of a broader objective.




posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 10:31 PM
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In Iran, the Israelis have been trying in vain to get the Iranian Jewish community to leave. Iran's Jewish population is actually the second largest in the Middle East and arguably the oldest undisturbed Jewish community in the world. Iranian Jews view themselves as Iranians who are tied to Iran as their homeland, just like Muslim and Christian Iranians, and for them the concept that they need to relocate to Israel because they are Jewish is ridiculous.

In Lebanon, Israel has been working to exacerbate sectarian tensions between the various Christian and Muslim factions as well as the Druze. Lebanon is a springboard into Syria and the division of Lebanon into several states is also seen as a means for balkanizing Syria into several smaller sectarian Arab states. The objectives of the Yinon Plan are to divide Lebanon and Syria into several states on the basis of religious and sectarian identities for Sunni Muslims, Shiite Muslims, Christians, and the Druze. There could also be objectives for a Christian exodus in Syria too.

The new head of the Maronite Catholic Syriac Church of Antioch, the largest of the autonomous Eastern Catholic Churches, has expressed his fears about a purging of Arab Christians in the Levant and Middle East. Patriarch Mar Beshara Boutros Al-Rahi and many other Christian leaders in Lebanon and Syria are afraid of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover in Syria. Like Iraq, mysterious groups are now attacking the Christian communities in Syria. The leaders of the Christian Eastern Orthodox Church, including the Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, have also all publicly expressed their grave concerns. Aside from the Christian Arabs, these fears are also shared by the Assyrian and Armenian communities, which are mostly Christian.

Sheikh Al-Rahi was recently in Paris where he met President Nicolas Sarkozy. It is reported that the Maronite Patriarch and Sarkozy had disagreements about Syria, which prompted Sarkozy to say that the Syrian regime will collapse. Patriarch Al-Rahi's position was that Syria should be left alone and allowed to reform. The Maronite Patriarch also told Sarkozy that Israel needed to be dealt with as a threat if France legitimately wanted Hezbollah to disarm.

Because of his position in France, Al-Rahi was instantly thanked by the Christian and Muslim religious leaders of the Syrian Arab Republic who visited him in Lebanon. Hezbollah and its political allies in Lebanon, which includes most the Christian parliamentarians in the Lebanese Parliament, also lauded the Maronite Patriarch who later went on a tour to South Lebanon.

Sheikh Al-Rahi is now being politically attacked by the Hariri-led March 14 Alliance, because of his stance on Hezbollah and his refusal to support the toppling of the Syrian regime. A conference of Christian figures is actually being planned by Hariri to oppose Patriarch Al-Rahi and the stance of the Maronite Church. Since Al-Rahi announced his position, the Tahrir Party, which is active in both Lebanon and Syria, has also started targeting him with criticism. It has also been reported that high-ranking U.S. officials have also cancelled their meetings with the Maronite Patriarch as a sign of their displeasure about his positions on Hezbollah and Syria.

The Hariri-led March 14 Alliance in Lebanon, which has always been a popular minority (even when it was a parliamentary majority), has been working hand-in-hand with the U.S., Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the groups using violence and terrorism in Syria. The Muslim Brotherhood and other so-called Salafist groups from Syria have been coordinating and holding secret talks with Hariri and the Christian political parties in the March 14 Alliance. This is why Hariri and his allies have turned on Cardinal Al-Rahi. It was also Hariri and the March 14 Alliance that brought Fatah Al-Islam into Lebanon and have now helped some of its members escape to go and fight in Syria.

There are unknown snippers who are targeting Syrian civilians and the Syrian Army with a view of causing chaos and internal fighting. The Christian communities in Syria are also being targeted by unknown groups. It is very likely that the attackers are a coalition of U.S., French, Jordanian, Israeli, Turkish, Saudi, and Khalij (Gulf) Arab forces working with some Syrians on the inside.

A Christian exodus is being planned for the Middle East by Washington, Tel Aviv, and Brussels. It has been reported that Sheikh Al-Rahi was told in Paris by President Nicolas Sarkozy that the Christian communities of the Levant and Middle East can resettle in the European Union. This is no gracious offer. It is a slap in the face by the same powers that have deliberately created the conditions to eradicate the ancient Christian communities of the Middle East. The aim appears to be either the resettling of the Christian communities outside of the region or demarcate them into enclaves. Both could be objectives.




posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 10:35 PM
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Sheikh Al-Rahi was recently in Paris where he met President Nicolas Sarkozy. It is reported that the Maronite Patriarch and Sarkozy had disagreements about Syria, which prompted Sarkozy to say that the Syrian regime will collapse. Patriarch Al-Rahi's position was that Syria should be left alone and allowed to reform. The Maronite Patriarch also told Sarkozy that Israel needed to be dealt with as a threat if France legitimately wanted Hezbollah to disarm.

Because of his position in France, Al-Rahi was instantly thanked by the Christian and Muslim religious leaders of the Syrian Arab Republic who visited him in Lebanon. Hezbollah and its political allies in Lebanon, which includes most the Christian parliamentarians in the Lebanese Parliament, also lauded the Maronite Patriarch who later went on a tour to South Lebanon.

Sheikh Al-Rahi is now being politically attacked by the Hariri-led March 14 Alliance, because of his stance on Hezbollah and his refusal to support the toppling of the Syrian regime. A conference of Christian figures is actually being planned by Hariri to oppose Patriarch Al-Rahi and the stance of the Maronite Church. Since Al-Rahi announced his position, the Tahrir Party, which is active in both Lebanon and Syria, has also started targeting him with criticism. It has also been reported that high-ranking U.S. officials have also cancelled their meetings with the Maronite Patriarch as a sign of their displeasure about his positions on Hezbollah and Syria.

The Hariri-led March 14 Alliance in Lebanon, which has always been a popular minority (even when it was a parliamentary majority), has been working hand-in-hand with the U.S., Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the groups using violence and terrorism in Syria. The Muslim Brotherhood and other so-called Salafist groups from Syria have been coordinating and holding secret talks with Hariri and the Christian political parties in the March 14 Alliance. This is why Hariri and his allies have turned on Cardinal Al-Rahi. It was also Hariri and the March 14 Alliance that brought Fatah Al-Islam into Lebanon and have now helped some of its members escape to go and fight in Syria.

There are unknown snippers who are targeting Syrian civilians and the Syrian Army with a view of causing chaos and internal fighting. The Christian communities in Syria are also being targeted by unknown groups. It is very likely that the attackers are a coalition of U.S., French, Jordanian, Israeli, Turkish, Saudi, and Khalij (Gulf) Arab forces working with some Syrians on the inside.

A Christian exodus is being planned for the Middle East by Washington, Tel Aviv, and Brussels. It has been reported that Sheikh Al-Rahi was told in Paris by President Nicolas Sarkozy that the Christian communities of the Levant and Middle East can resettle in the European Union. This is no gracious offer. It is a slap in the face by the same powers that have deliberately created the conditions to eradicate the ancient Christian communities of the Middle East. The aim appears to be either the resettling of the Christian communities outside of the region or demarcate them into enclaves. Both could be objectives.

This project is meant to delineate the Arab nations along the lines of being exclusively Muslim nations and falls into accordance with both the Yinon Plan and the geo-political objectives of the U.S. to control Eurasia. A major war may be its outcome. Arab Christians now have a lot in common with black-skinned Arabs.

Re-Dividing Africa: The Yinon Plan is very Much Alive and at Work...

In regards to Africa, Tel Aviv sees securing Africa as part of its broader periphery. This broader or so-called “new periphery” became a basis of geo-strategy for Tel Aviv after 1979 when the “old periphery” against the Arabs that included Iran, which was one of Israel’s closest allies during the Pahlavi period, buckled and collapsed with the 1979 Iranian Revolution. In this context, Israel’s “new periphery” was conceptualized with the inclusion of countries like Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya against the Arab states and the Islamic Republic of Iran. This is why Israel has been so deeply involved in the balkanization of Sudan.

In the same context as the sectarian divisions in the Middle East, the Israelis have outlined plans to reconfigure Africa. The Yinon Plan seeks to delineate Africa on the basis of three facets: (1) ethno-linguistics; (2) skin-colour; and, finally, (3) religion. To secure the realm, it also so happens that the the Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies (IASPS), the Israeli think-tank that included Perle, also pushed for the creating of the Pentagon's U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM).

www.globalresearch.ca...



posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 10:38 PM
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common public ...the protestors are terrorists affliated to al qaeda and muslim brotherhood.

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