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If Syria's Assad and his government want to have supports from reliable people and overcome the current crisis and chaos created by Zionists and Wahabis, they need to close down the doors of Saudi and French embassies.

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Bandar bin Sultan's confession on Hariri, Mughniyeh assassinations to be aired on Syrian TV

TEHRAN - The taped confessions of a high-ranking Saudi Arabian official about the assassinations of Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri and Imad Mughniyeh, a senior member of Lebanon's Hezbollah movement, will reportedly be broadcast on Syrian state television, the Mashreghnews website reported on Sunday.

Rafik Hariri was assassinated in a bombing in Beirut on February 14, 2005.

Imad Mughniyeh was assassinated in a car bombing in Damascus on February 12, 2008.

The arrest of Bandar bin Sultan, a Saudi prince and the secretary general of Saudi Arabia’s National Security Council, by Syrian security forces a few weeks ago has been widely reported.

The reports came after the U.S. claimed on October 11 that it had broken up a plot by individuals linked to Iran’s security agencies to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to Washington, Adel al-Jubeir.

According to some Arab media outlets, the Saudi prince, who had intended to enter Damascus incognito, was arrested by Syrian security forces at Damascus Airport upon his arrival.

The Lebanese newspaper Athabat has recently published information never before released to the public on the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri.

The report said that during his interrogation in Syria, Prince Bandar, confessed that he had a hand in the assassination of Hariri through encouraging and supporting certain groups in Iraq affiliated with Al-Qaeda.

Tehran Times

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I hope this is true because they are certainly trying to pin Hariri on the wrong people and the Mughniyeh assassination shouldn't be ignored either.

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salaam alaikum

this sounds very strange , where is bandar now?

anything could be possible from this zionist pupet but its very very strange for something this big to go unreported

is he still arrested ?

also they gona say that confessions under pressure dont count and no one canprove that there was no pressure

the best way is if they catch him red handed

bandar in persian means "port"

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his name bandar ROFL!!!

you know what that means in hindi...MONKEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:lol:

Look at his face, what animal does it resemble?

bandar in persian means "port"

You sure about this, as he is an Arab and he hates Persians.

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is he still arrested ?

It was back in 2008.. his arrest and release never made to press.

Report from a different source:

Bandar Bin Sultan Involved in Mughnieh Assassination:

Recently unveiled Reports have revealed that Former Saudi Ambassador to the United States and the Saudi National Security Council Secretary General Bandar Bin Sultan was involved in the assassination of Hezbollah military Chief martyr Imad Mughnieh.

The report that was published in a short time said that an Arab diplomat accused Prince Bandar of being involved in the assassination of Mughnieh in an operation that was conducted in February 2008.

Fars News Agency further quoted the Arab diplomat saying that Prince Bandar was arrested in the Damascus airport on the 12th of February, 2008; and that during the interrogations that the Syrian authorities conducted with him, Bandar confessed of major information about the assassination of the Lebanese PM Rafiq Hariri and Leader Imad Mughnieh, in addition to sabotage schemes planned for Syria.

The report further included information about the latest developments in Syria and Prince Bandar, as well as the Saudi intelligence’s role in arranging for them.

On the 12th of February, 2008, that is three years after the assassination of Hariri, the major military leader in Hezbollah Imad Mughnieh was assassinated. This reignited the situation, and aimed at creating a critical state that would destroy the relation between Syria and Hezbollah. A few days later, announcements were made indicating that the investigations in Mughnieh assassination have come out with important results, and that regional security apparatuses were involved in the crime, the report stated.

It also pointed out that European countries instantly held talks with Syria after that, asking the latter to cover up its interrogations results, and pledging that the United States and its allies would halt their constant accusations against Syria in assassinating PM Rafiq Hariri.

For its part, Syria refused to give any promises. However, it avoided announcements about its investigations, the report added.

al manar

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^Yes it says in the second report, the West promised Syria to not pressure the country anymore over Hariri's case.

At the time the report could have been a great escalation between the two countries! But, now Syria suffered a lot in the hands of both the West and armed Ikhwanists backed by people like Bandar and his cult. Now, we should wait and see if this report is really something serious or just propaganda.

But, at the end of the day with or without this case Syria needs to take some serious steps against Saudi and a few European countries in order to maintain its status with its allies.

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I think Bashar should look ask his Allah swt to bring his father back from the dead, so he can take out these wahabi/salafis like he did in his area

he didnt beat around the bush, and got straight to the point... meanwhile his father was involved in wars in lebanon, and was recovering from the loss of the Golan Heights !!!

Seriously, as much of a crook he was, and as haram as it was to slaughter them the way he did, lol he did it sooo damn well

im against killings of children, no matter what sect, but i have no remorse to the dogs who are stirring up trouble... u think if Assad fell, the rest of the shiite world would stay quiet ? the first thing they would do is destroy Sitna Zeinabs shrine, and that in itself is a big problem

We are not the shiites of the 60s 70s 80s, we are the new breed and we run this town...

either way, i think Assad should grow a pair, if he doesnt do anything he is going to lose his position, he may aswell put up a fight !!!!

Salam

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^This time the problem is not homegrown. The main problem comes from outside. Some protesters with free time always will go to the streets, it happens everywhere.. no need to bother those. Only some elements within the circle of 'fitna' and armed groups should be questioned, arrested and tried.. If they are not in a fighting face to face, killing even the armed groups are not a good idea either.. Only the outsiders who provoke them benefit.

The main problem as I said is coming from abroad, mainly Western countries, Israel and puppet Arabs who were all annoyed by Syria's support in the case of Palestine, its supports to South Lebanese all these years and standing with Iran on regional issues. THEY WERE REALLY AFRAID of a future that was awaiting them. A future with independent Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Turkey who could easily push for independence of the region. First they fooled Turkey by promising them maybe (EU membership) behind the closed doors or whatever.. where Europeans will never fulfill their promises as usual... where they made Turkey to stand by the opposition.. Then they infiltrated armed rebels by pressing them to come to the scene... And finally they asked Saudis to strongly back their project. Saudis as stupids they are, they never think of the future that is already designed for them too.. Saudis are blindly following orders in thinking that they are too one of the main players, while in reality they are nothing.. just some tools, where if the expiration date approaches, they will be dumped the same way as other tools were before.

They followed the same procedures as Libya.. But, since Syria is in a different region and since it maintains its relations with powerful regional countries like Iran, they escaped the UN resolution part and direct NATO involvement. DO NOT THINK that Russia and China vetoed out of mercy or friendship with Syria... They only did because they were told by their Western management team (US, BRITAIN, GERMANY, FRANCE, ISRAEL) to do so because they are not ready for that. By the time they get ready, the next day they will ask both China/Russia to accept attacks and invasions and they'll do it like the lapdogs. The same way they did it to Libya... ELSE, what were the benefits of Russia and China to allow Libya's invasion and lose a so called business, arms buyer and oil exporter African, former Leftist ally (Gaddafi)?

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Things are really messed up right now !!! it is very worrying

But at the end of the day, i have my faith in Allah swt, and He is the best of all planners !!!! Just like it seemed impossible to bring down Firon back in the days, it seems impossible to break this web of deciet and lies and international elites and lapdog arabs taking orders, destroying Islam in the process !!!

But Allah swt is the BEST of all planners, its happened before, it will happen again, Nabi Musa isnt mentioned in the Quran the most, for no reason !

Hold faith and dont let go of that rope, its that rope that has put us shia on the map these days, and basically made us the ONLY people on this damn planet who DONT take orders from the West/EU !!!!

Inshallah kheir and may the Imam of our time appear soon

Salam

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If Syria's Assad and his government want to have supports from reliable people and overcome the current crisis and chaos created by Zionists and Wahabis, they need to close down the doors of Saudi and French embassies.

Bandar bin Sultan's confession on Hariri, Mughniyeh assassinations to be aired on Syrian TV

LOL amazeing, Cant wait to see the fall out of this one.

They followed the same procedures as Libya.. But, since Syria is in a different region and since it maintains its relations with powerful regional countries like Iran, they escaped the UN resolution part and direct NATO involvement. DO NOT THINK that Russia and China vetoed out of mercy or friendship with Syria... They only did because they were told by their Western management team (US, BRITAIN, GERMANY, FRANCE, ISRAEL) to do so because they are not ready for that. By the time they get ready, the next day they will ask both China/Russia to accept attacks and invasions and they'll do it like the lapdogs. The same way they did it to Libya... ELSE, what were the benefits of Russia and China to allow Libya's invasion and lose a so called business, arms buyer and oil exporter African, former Leftist ally (Gaddafi)?

I dont think Syria needs China or Russia, a NATO invasion/airstrikes will lead to a prolonged civil war that will engulf the region, europe dosnt want that, nor does Israel or the US and China,Russia know this so they will be crazy to throw away their alliance with Syria.

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i dont know about qathafi and why russia let him go but i feel that russia and china will both support assad

I also have a feeling that the zionists and the wahabies plus the syrians will collapse al asad and israel will interfere and maybe it will use nuclear on syria

bashar in my openion is playing it very dumb, he can see that there is a wave of pro zionism and there is another wave of islamism and he is no match for them in the age of internet

best thing is should lean from hizbullah and be content with an election and whatever power the people vote to give him otherwise he will get Nothing and his group will be banned and slaughtered like in lybya and iraq

then iran will cry over syria but will not be able to do anything plus the civil war that he causes

look at hizbullah when they lost the election. they got the majority of the votes but they lost because the system is corrupted and gave them less seats eventhough they had more votes

but look at them? did they take it to the streets? or did they accept defeat and said" we will wait for the next one"

people will sympathize with this sorts of movements who are not power hungry

just run an election and settle with the results. that will shut off the protests immediately

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i dont know about qathafi and why russia let him go but i feel that russia and china will both support assad

just run an election and settle with the results. that will shut off the protests immediately

The same way you don't know or you don't UNDERSTAND why Russia and China allowed NATO to invade Libya, the same way you will be surprised when Russia and China will OK NATO's move if they ask them behind the closed doors to do so.

Hizb joining an election has nothing do with Assad. Instead, that is a good example for Salafist terrorists to follow that example in Syria. Hizb did not meet with Zionists and Saudis behind the closed doors to kill Lebanese soldiers and attack government to gain power.. instead joined elections and used their weapons against foreign invasions.

Why other countries fight armed terrorist groups in their countries and do not go to election, that Syria should do that?

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^^^

I am not surprised if the big powers agree on the small ones because the small ones are small cards which could be tossed by any small deal.

but the situation in Syria to simplify it as just the army fighting some terrorist groups is very naive

There is a protest of a huge proportion of the society . whether they are good or bad or pushed by external plotters is another story but the reality on the ground is that there is a wave of protest which has an armed component and your telling me just some terrorist groups .

Will you still say the same if the qathafi scenario happens?

Denial will not change anything about the reality but i was shocked at the attempts to downplay the issue as a non existent as footages are pouring of unprecedented violence and breaches

There are refugees in turkey and Jordan and I would believe the testimony of so many people over the testimony of a government that was never elected.

there was a testimony of a woman giving birth and the soldiers didn't let her go out and shot at her husband after he explained the situation to them so she ended up laboring at home and the child died.

I am seeing footages with my eyes which show army torturing people and some other footages showing them forcing people to say bashar is god or other footages of tanks running on people and many more

I see Bashars sectarian situation similar to that of saddam, you cant really say he is sectarian , same with saddam. The fact that both of them allowed the closest to them in top positions and allowed their own family to take power will automatically introduce a sectarian factor even if they are not extremely sectarian themselves

another example is the bath party of iraq also had 60% shia composing it but in the low positions and specifically the army ,, with asad also sunnies are composing majority of the party you can say but the low positions

obviously a bathist system will not be as sectarian as the gulf states so there is no direct law against a person of any sect to join any position.

another thing is that Bashar al asad has converted to sunnism long time ago

another similarity is ikhwan al muslimeen are similar to the Islamic dawa party in iraq , They are the type who will start off ideological then they will put their hand in the hand of the USA

saddam also rebelled against the west at the end and al asad has always been kind of soft with them but he had a good stance against the zionists ( ive seen him turn his back to Olmert while the gulf leaders embrace them) but it surprises me that he still has the American ambassador while he is blaming everything on them?

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I remembered reading an article a while back about him and managed to find it again. Anyway I don't know how credible this is but he seems quite shady

http://www.lrb.co.uk/blog/2010/01/19/hugh-miles/the-missing-prince/

Saudi Arabia’s former ambassador to Washington, Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, has disappeared. In the absence of any official news about his health or whereabouts, the rumour mill has been working overtime. As is often the case with Saudi affairs, the truth is elusive. Those who know won’t talk and those who don’t know talk a lot.

Last August the Iranian media reported that Bandar had been put under house arrest, allegedly for plotting a coup to try and ensure the Kingdom would continue under the rule of the Sudairi branch of the Al Saud family. But Iran isn’t the most reliable source: al-Arabiya, Saudi Arabia’s news network, gibes Iran hourly over its ongoing political turmoil; Iran’s al-Alam and Press TV hit back at Saudi Arabia whenever they can.

Others say that Bandar is depressed or has been ordered by King Abdullah to keep a low profile because he meddled in Syrian affairs, trying to stir up the tribes against the Assad regime, without the king’s approval.

According to Saudi opposition sources, Bandar is now in Dhaban Prison, in north west Jeddah, a high security jail where terrorist suspects and political opposition figures are held. Bandar is said to be in a special wing where the other prisoners are four senior generals: one from the army, one from the royal guard, one from the national guard and one from internal security. Bandar’s lawyer in the US denies he is in prison and says he has been seen out and about recently, although he wouldn’t divulge when, where or even in which country.

The last official sighting of Bandar in public seems to have been on 10 December 2008, when he met the king in Jeddah. Since then he has missed a string of important events, and no one will say why. In September 2009, when his position as head of the Kingdom’s National Security Council was renewed for another four years, he didn’t appear in public to profess his allegiance to the king, as is customary. No official explanation was forthcoming. The same month, Bandar missed the Dallas Cowboys’ first home game against the New York Giants in their new stadium. Bandar has been a Cowboys fan since he flew as a fighter pilot instructor in Texas in the 1970s. He normally sits next to his friend Jerry Jones, the team’s owner. Then in October Bandar failed to show up as one of the official delegation accompanying King Abdullah on his landmark visit to Damascus, which ended the four-year estrangement between Saudi Arabia and Syria that began with the assassination of the former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri in 2005.

But the most significant event Bandar missed was in December 2009 when his ill father, Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, returned to the Kingdom after months convalescing in Morocco. As usual, the event was shown live on TV and Prince Sultan received many members of the Saudi royal family. Some senior figures – such as Princes Talal, Muteb and Abdulrahman – weren’t there for known reasons. But Bandar’s absence hasn’t been accounted for.

The lack of any official explanation of Bandar’s whereabouts is especially puzzling since he is supposed to head an important government agency. When he returned from Washington in 2005 after his 22-year stint as ambassador, his appointment as secretary-general of the newly formed National Security Council was meant to signal a return to the family fold and a higher domestic profile. In the months before his disappearance he travelled frequently to Moscow, both to negotiate arms deals and to try to persuade the Kremlin to halt its military co-operation with Iran. There’s been speculation that his activity in Russia could be connected to his disappearance: some blogs claim that Bandar’s supposed abortive coup was exposed by Russian intelligence.

Without any hard evidence, only one thing in this murky story is clear: Prince Bandar’s time as a wheeler-dealer at the heart of Saudi foreign affairs is over. The influence he enjoyed in Washington stemmed ultimately from the personal authorisation he received from King Fahd. But tarnished by the al-Yamamah arms deal and overshadowed in the Saudi hierarchy because of his mother’s lowly social status, since his return to the Kingdom Bandar has been marginalised by other members of the ruling family, who built their fiefdoms while he was in the US. Wherever he is now, the glory days are past – unless another of his patrons becomes king.

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^^^

I am seeing footages with my eyes which show army torturing people and some other footages showing them forcing people to say bashar is god or other footages of tanks running on people and many more

?

Do you see footage like this????

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TX_-nOJORNw&list=LLK9o5W6xqUoi-wD6XzpqORw&index=1

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Good response (this youtube video makes an awesome point and similar things happened in Libya with most of the actually corrupt people that had managed over time to weasel their way inside Gaddafi's government being the former Gaddafi loyalist officials who then defected to the al-Qaeda led "NTC" rebels of NATO), also the videos Wahhabis post claiming to be "in Syria" are most often shot either on hollywood style movie sets in Doha (where the abusive Qatari monarchy rules with their mass slave pens of foreign workers) at "al-Jazeera" (for an example of this see this link: http://tarpley.net/2...n-square-faked/) and other propaganda from the terrorist insurgents/Wahhabis in Syria is mostly shot in Turkey with the support of the NATO controlled, fascist regime in Turkey. Turkey is still sadly a very racist country, that is currently massacring PKK Kurdish fighters in Turkey (and has been for decades) and the NATO controlled Turkish government dares criticize Syria for defending their nation from terrorist gangs!

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Even if this Video is true it explains nothing , I know for sure that the rebellion has a big component which is sectarian and I am not blind to the zionist hand in this whole thing because syria is the only country that supports the resistance and has no "surrender treaty" with the zionist entity nor an embassy

but all these factors do not explain the crazy crimes which are bring committed by them now

10s of people are being reported dead everyday mainly protesters. If the syrian claim is true that its " armed terrorist groups" doing all this killings by now the syrian people would have all turned into lovers of the asad and haters of the armed gangs because the victims identify their killer however the more the killing goes on the more the hate is increasing towards al asad

also refugees to turkey and jordan and Lebanon are saying they escaped from asad not from the armed gangs . how can we explain this? all these refugees are zionist stooges? you have to be realistic , as much as i hoped that the arab spring starts from the gulf and for Syria to be left to the end but its not in out hand and once the people made a legitimate demand you have to support them

No one elected bashar al asad and therefore he needs to run a referendum to obtain legitimacy otherwise he has no legitimacy and his legitimacy is no different to the gulf rulers

the fact that he is stuck to the throne like his arab equivalents and he doesn't run an election to solve this problem tells me that he might face the destination of alqathafi

another possible scenario is he will behave exactly like saddam .... the resistance and pressure might increase on him and put him in a corner then when he thinks he is falling he hits the zionist entity with a few missiles and the zionist entity replies by nuclear in the city of harasta where 100 thousand die ???

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Good response (this youtube video makes an awesome point and similar things happened in Libya with most of the actually corrupt people that had managed over time to weasel their way inside Gaddafi's government being the former Gaddafi loyalist officials who then defected to the al-Qaeda led "NTC" rebels of NATO), also the videos Wahhabis post claiming to be "in Syria" are most often shot either on hollywood style movie sets in Doha (where the abusive Qatari monarchy rules with their mass slave pens of foreign workers) at "al-Jazeera" (for an example of this see this link: http://tarpley.net/2...n-square-faked/) and other propaganda from the terrorist insurgents/Wahhabis in Syria is mostly shot in Turkey with the support of the NATO controlled, fascist regime in Turkey. Turkey is still sadly a very racist country, that is currently massacring PKK Kurdish fighters in Turkey (and has been for decades) and the NATO controlled Turkish government dares criticize Syria for defending their nation from terrorist gangs!

Basra !!!!!

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Even if this Video is true it explains nothing , I know for sure that the rebellion has a big component which is sectarian and I am not blind to the zionist hand in this whole thing because syria is the only country that supports the resistance and has no "surrender treaty" with the zionist entity nor an embassy

but all these factors do not explain the crazy crimes which are bring committed by them now

10s of people are being reported dead everyday mainly protesters. If the syrian claim is true that its " armed terrorist groups" doing all this killings by now the syrian people would have all turned into lovers of the asad and haters of the armed gangs because the victims identify their killer however the more the killing goes on the more the hate is increasing towards al asad

also refugees to turkey and jordan and Lebanon are saying they escaped from asad not from the armed gangs . how can we explain this? all these refugees are zionist stooges? you have to be realistic , as much as i hoped that the arab spring starts from the gulf and for Syria to be left to the end but its not in out hand and once the people made a legitimate demand you have to support them

No one elected bashar al asad and therefore he needs to run a referendum to obtain legitimacy otherwise he has no legitimacy and his legitimacy is no different to the gulf rulers

the fact that he is stuck to the throne like his arab equivalents and he doesn't run an election to solve this problem tells me that he might face the destination of alqathafi

another possible scenario is he will behave exactly like saddam .... the resistance and pressure might increase on him and put him in a corner then when he thinks he is falling he hits the zionist entity with a few missiles and the zionist entity replies by nuclear in the city of harasta where 100 thousand die ???

There is no alleged "sectarianism" or supposed "sectarian conflict" in Syria. The Syrian people are holding together as one (irrespective of religious sect, being Arab or Kurd, etc) and all together supporting their government and the honest reforms process of the beloved President Assad against the foreign backed terrorist gangs and their evil Wahhabi ideology they seek to subject Syria to.

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