US Works To Prolong Syrian Conflict To Defend Israeli Interests: Syrian Foreign Minister

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US Works To Prolong Syrian Conflict To Defend Israeli Interests: Syrian Foreign Minister

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The US is working to prolong the Syrian conflict in order to defend the interests of Israel, Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem said in an interview with Russia’s Rossiya-24 TV channel.

“The Syrian people and the Syrian government want the crisis to end today. However, it is impossible because of external interference led by the US,” Muallem said adding, “this interference satisfies the interests of Israel and runs counter to those of the Syrian people.”

Muallem that the US main goal “is to prolong the crisis.”

“This is why I cannot provide a specific time on when it will end. However, I can confirm that our people and leadership very much hope that the crisis will come to an end soon,” he noted.

According to the foreign minister, US attempts to destabilize the situation in Syria are bound to fail and will only lead to human casualties.

“They [the US] have trained certain groups of Syrians, which have various names, to destabilize the situation in Syria. In this connection, they have carried out a military operation in the city of Palmyra. However, their attack failed as two of the attackers were caught and confessed to having been trained at the Al-Tanf base under the command of the US military. This is why the United States’ attempts will fail, leading only to great human casualties,” he said.

Muallem further pointed out that the US has several times said that it would withdraw its forces from the al-Tanf area in southeastern Syria but has never fulfilled this promise.

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  • Rob

    The existence of entire Israel is illegal because they have occupied the land of Palestine like US and UK have occupied the lands of Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen and Libya etc and still attacking other countries together with US and UK for expansion to build greater Israel. Israel day and night producing long range missiles, ICBMS, nuclear, biological and chemical weapons which is a huge threat to the other countries in the world.

    Now the countries in the region must be united and produce their own military equipments or to get from other friendly countries to defend themselves from enemies for which they should not have to get license from child butchers Netanyahu, Trump etc.

    • Real Anti-Racist Action

      Just as the Shemitic Jews have for long illegally colonized and racially replaced the indigenous Suevians tribes of Europe as well.
      The indigenous tribes of Europe are all ethnic-Japetic, not Shemitic.
      Liberate the indigenous Suevian peoples today to end global-Zionist occupation!

  • BL

    The truth is antisemitic

    • Rob

      Israel, US and UK are invading other countries with bombs and missiles and harassing and butchering children there. This is antisemitic.

    • Davki

      The truth isn’t anti-semitic, idiocy is. Being critical of the state of Israel in a sensible way is the opposite of being anti-semitic.

      • BL

        What are you antisemitic? Any Goy who states any verifiable fact regarding Jews is antisemitic.

    • RichardD

      Antisemitism is a Jew scam. Jews are the anti-Semites. Falsely accusing others of what they themselves commit is a standard ploy of racist Jew pedophile mass rape cultists. Palestinians are Semites. Most Israelis and even a larger percentage of Jews overall are inbred European AshkeNAZIs, not Semites. They control the government of Israel and make up almost the entire population of American Jews.

      “an estimate made in 1930 (near the population’s peak) had them as 92 percent of the world’s Jews.[32] Immediately prior to the Holocaust, the number of Jews in the world stood at approximately 16.7 million.[33] Statistical figures vary for the contemporary demography of Ashkenazi Jews, ranging from 10 million[1] to 11.2 million.[2] Sergio Della Pergola in a rough calculation of Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, implies that Ashkenazi Jews make up less than 74% of Jews worldwide.[34] Other estimates place Ashkenazi Jews as making up about 75% of Jews worldwide.”

      – Ashkenazi Jews –

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashkenazi_Jews

      “The current Jewish community in the United States consists primarily of Ashkenazi Jews, who descend from diaspora Jewish populations of Central/Eastern Europe and comprise about 90% of the American Jewish population.”

      – American Jews –

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Jews

      • Julian Clegg

        Antisemitism (German: Antisemitismus) means precisely prejudice against Jewish people, not against “Semites” (supposed descendents of Shem or speakers of Semitic languages) in general. It was adopted by its 19th-Century proponents to avoid the more explicit term “Judenhass” (Jew-hate). So it doesn’t matter whether Jews are “Semites” or not, or whether they oppress other “Semites,” the term still has an exact meaning, which only concerns Jews.

  • as

    Dear current US Administration.
    Stop sending the Israeli nice billions of aid package and free arms if they proved to be useless with them. Dissolve IDF and occupy Tel Aviv with your soldiers doing your own bidding and have those colonies pay the Tax for their protection. That way none would lining their pockets with your massive $ for literary nothing to trade them off for.
    The way the US did it right now even as tyranny of an empire is completely illogical and irrational.

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      because US is a colony and not, what you lead to believe, from the mass media propaganda and holywood.

      • as

        It’s insanity. Perhaps the only empire that stretch itself and worn itself down not for it’s own preservation.

        • Promitheas Apollonious

          US is not an empire, or ever has been one.

          • Jens Holm

            Thats right. USA almost have had colonies. But in the other hand they told by the Monroe Doctrin that South America was theirs and have beheved like that.

            I name them as superpower from where Britts and French were collpased by different reasons under and after WW2.

          • Sinbad2

            The US empire is different to traditional empires, that were run as political entities.
            The US has a private corporate empire, American companies own countries, the American banana company and the United Fruit company being the most famous. They would occupy a foreign country, and treat it as their farm. American Banana seized a large part of Columbia, and later the US annexed it, and called it Panama. Cuba and Haiti were also part of the American corporate empire. The US has never hesitated to use US troops to protect the interests of American corporations. More recently, the US gave West Papua to Indonesia, on condition that Freeport mining would have control, pay no taxes and would protect Freeport from the native population that Freeport was poisoning.

            But you are right the US is more a crime gang, than an empire.

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            Or you can think it in the right base and search it until you get right who is whom and what role it plays in the global game. Check to whom US paying taxes and why. A sovereign country, will not pay taxes to another country, dont you think so?

            And another thing you have the right ideas and sort of knowledge to a point. Expand on it and then you see more clearly who is who and what they represent and whom. And one last thing a colony is already owned by the ones who created it just like Israel is. So find who is pulling their strings and then you have things right in your head. Same goes with the other colonies of the City Of london as well.

          • Empire’s Frontiers

            I’ve gathered that the common language on the site is to describe the western hydra by its most prominent head.

            While it may not be specifically an American empire, we do note an extensive group of ‘states’ about the globe aligned and acting in concert.

            That to say, I suppose ‘American empire’ is a colloquial expression here relating the idea of the expansionist west, or globalist movement, generally.

  • Promitheas Apollonious

    we figured as much. What all are waiting is to see the solution, the Syrians have with their allies.

  • potcracker2588

    lol

  • potcracker2588

    no shit…lol

  • Davki

    Duh, and he’s only said it like fifty million times before.

  • Rob

    Fuck US, UK and their stooges in Syria, Iraq, Palestine, Yemen etc and let’s move forward and let them cry.

  • RichardD

    Most Americans are against what’s happening in Syria. It’s American AshkeNAZI Jews and their collaborators who are prolonging the Syrian war as part of their Yinon plan to chop Egypt, Syria, Lybia, Iraq, Turkey and the rest of the middle east up into little pieces and keep the entire region in a state of constant war to prevent regional governments from unifying and turning on Israel. Which is exactly what should be done.

    The US should be dejudifyied so that there are no more American Jews. This parasitical cancer on the American people should be outlawed and the synagogues and yeshivas closed so that they go extinct. This should be done on a planetary basis so that there are no more Jews.

    The way to deal with the illegal US presence in Syria is to cut off their supply lines so that they have no more land or air access from Turkey, Iraq and Jordan. These nations need to stop collaborating with the illegal Jew world order foreign occupation and secession efforts. In conjunction with with the Syrian government coalition clearing SDF secessionists out of areas that they control in the NE.

    So that Syria is unified and the Syrian government coalition can join with the Palestinian protection force being formed with a UN mandate to clear the IDF out of East Jerusalem, the West Bank, Gaza air and sea space, Shebaa Farms and the occupied Golan.

    • RichardD

      “Only 39% of Americans said in the Morning Consult/Politico poll that they supported using US ground troops to topple the Assad regime, and only 44% supported using them to fight terrorist forces in the country.

      CBS found even less support for more direct military involvement — only 18% of respondents said they supported ground troops, and only 30% said they supported airstrikes with no ground troops.”

      – Public opinion is shifting on US involvement in Syria –

      https://www.businessinsider.com/us-military-involvement-in-syria-2017-4

      • Tommy Jensen
        • RichardD

          LOL, if that was true Trump wouldn’t be in office. Counties won by Trump in red:
          http://media.breitbart.com/media/2016/11/2016-election-by-county-640×417.png

          • Jens Holm

            TommyJensen did not say that. Besides that polls are voters and Hillary actualy got mpre votes then Trump as i recall it. No offense.

        • Jens Holm

          I agree. Polls often has very bad limitations.

        • Sinbad2

          I doubt that is an Orwell quote, the term media is quite new, and not used in the time of Orwell.
          Back then it was the news, which came mostly in print form or the new technology, radio.

        • Julian Clegg

          Fake quote. George Orwell would never have used a singular verb with the plural noun “media.”

      • Jens Holm

        Again You bias things very much. They dont say they wont powder You with all they got by missiles, boycuts and like that.

        In the coalition, You certainlay can add special troops, You also can arm SDFs with RPGs and up in seize.

        You have no idea about how week Assads are in military matters at all. When I write here about how the SAA is weak, I see the same and yesterday.

        You dont correct to good warfare, but suddenly I becomes a jew with many pots and pans.

        You are not even allowed to know Your enemies as well as those, which will help Ypu to improve. Those are the real facts.

      • Brother Ma

        Those in power in the ziousa could not care less what the public thinks. If they want war they will cause it. Remember Kissinger and the Neocons with Afghanistan/Iraq/Libya/Syria?Only thing that may change things are dead americans in bodybags. Why do you think that the police forces have been turned into private armies slowly ?.. To take care of the riots when people start rebelling against the death of us soldiers.

        • RichardD

          As much as they dislike Trump and the anti war America First platform that put him in office. Republicans don’t want to lose control of the Presidency, house and senate to the party of Jews, the democrats. Which is what will happen if they support another Jew war in the middle east for Israel. Republicans don’t vote for Jews, even if their candidates sell them out to them. 95% of elected Jews in the house and senate are democrats.

          • Brother Ma

            Thanks for heads- up on US political terrain. As always,i hope you are right.

          • Sinbad2

            That’s all part of the scam, they give you 2 options to vote for, and both options are exactly the same war mongers.
            Name a single President in the last 100 years, that hasn’t had a war?

    • Jens Holm

      Most americans are not against. They dont care. Thats the whole point.

      You learn in school and propaganda the most strange things. If we compare history books among You, its impossible You live on the same continent.

      And more strange is, that most of it is very well descriebed by many sources at internet and You can get more correct versions from very different writers.

      They agree in most things and now even added with better and better DNA added to better and better archeology.

      • Sinbad2

        “Most americans are not against. They dont care. Thats the whole point.”
        Exactly.

  • RichardD

    The foreign minister is absolutely correct. The Jews are trying to drag out the Syria war for as long as possible to keep the region in turmoil and prevent regional governments from unifying behind a Palestinian protection force being formed at the UN.

    • Jens Holm

      Crap again from You. Where the f…..k is there any regional support for Syria as well as palestinia in an ME context. I see none.

      Israel and USA does whats normal all over the world. They split of the enemies. Some old Ceasar of Rome sais same thing: divide and rule. It not about its jews and americans.

      Osmans did same thing in Bihac and by the Turkmen like Sultan Murat as well as moving Turkmen to Syria. Danes has dont that for 1000 Years until 1864. Northern Ireland is a good example as well.

      Those systems not always win as well as building very big walls, but its normal behaving.

      If You want peace there, You have lost so many Syrians and could make peace with Netanyau taking replacements from th westbank. After all they are more Syrians then Alleppos, Raqqas and the whole Tripolis Coastline in Your context,

  • RichardD

    The US isn’t going to hold NE Syria with 2,000 troops once Idlib is cleared and the Syrian government coalition turns it’s attention to the NE. The chance of a significant escalation of US involvement in NE Syria is low. Trump wants to get out and most Americans support that. Israel isn’t going to escalate there and neither is anybody else.

    The only thing that the US has is air cover for it’s proxy’s and limited special operations capability. There are two ways to address this, expanding the no fly zone currently in place over most of Syria to the NE, and cutting off US access to the NE through Turkey and Iraq. Once the US is no longer able to supply it’s forces in Syria, it will pull out.

    • RichardD

      “There are currently an estimated 2,000 American troops in Syria, according to the Pentagon. The influx of forces transformed what had been an initial band of commandos in armored pickups into a scaled-down version of the sprawling military presence in neighboring Iraq.

      They are spread across hundreds of miles of Syrian territory – contending with a potential Turkish offensive into Kurdish areas in Manbij, and into the middle Euphrates River Valley, where the remnants of the Islamic State are still holding out in the country’s east.”

      – The U.S. Has Troops in Syria. So Do the
      Russians and Iranians. –

      https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/04/11/world/middleeast/syria-military-us-russia-iran.html

      • Jens Holm

        Again too much non sense. SAA+SyAF has no chance against that SDF territory with no Russian support.

        Russians never will support fantasy adventures then that.

        They might trade You plus or minus for Ukraine or something else, but thats a political non military one.

        That was done at the USSR collapse. Tjetjenia and maybee a few other units in caucasus did not get independent, because Estonia, Latvia and Litaunia did.

    • Tommy Jensen

      Its a bargain. Trump is a businessman. Always get the last dollar with you.

      If Assad agrees to pay US/UK companies with Syrian oilfields, Iran out and a US base with 5000 Marines inside Syria to protect the oilfields and secure Iran not comes back, US/Trump will agree to pull out.
      If not, it can take a long long time to get 14 US bases with rebel strongholds out……………..LOL.

      • RichardD

        The first part of your comment is complete nonsense that you wasted your time even writing. The second part will be addressed in the near future once the Idlib operation is over, which is probably at most a few months from now. Then the SDF supported by a small US and tag along contingent back stop of 2,000 troops and air support is going to have to deal with a Syrian government coalition that they’re no match for.

        It’s to soon to estimate how long getting the US out and the SDF neutralized will take. But a long long time is unlikely. At one point the US had free reign over Syrian skies, which they’ve lost 70% of. The same thing can be done with the remaining 30% on an as needed basis. As the graphic clearly illustrates.

        • Jens Holm

          Actually USA has promised them, that they will stay as long as Assads are any threat.

          And You do forget a few things more. It was to remove, replace or reduce the power by Baathists.

          As it is now its a great succes.

          Secondly the Russians has limitations for support. The just want their bases and improved influence.

          And as ususal here, You again and again ignore, that the pressure at Syria is by a big collision, which by the way also include Iraq. So as a minimum You should add some to Your 2.000 american troops.

          And the last in the short John Waybe version is, that the Regime Syria has a very destructed infra structure. You today have 11 mio. displaced ones, ows money to Putin and more then 500.000 as minus.

      • RichardD

        This graphic corresponds with the growth of the no fly zone over Syria since Russian intervention. The no fly zone also includes Idlib.
        https://www.almasdarnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/F61FFE82-8EE4-46BE-A927-3A62633458E9.jpeg

        – Complete map of Syrian War after Russian intervention in 2015 –

        https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/complete-map-of-syrian-war-after-russian-intervention-in-2015/

      • Sinbad2

        A more likely final bargain for the USA, is China will agree to bail out the US, if the US destroys its chemical biological and nuclear weapons.

  • Icarus Tanović

    And they never will until War is lost ultimately, just like in Vietnam 🇻🇳.

    • Sinbad2

      They lost in Vietnam because they ran out of money. They were spending so much, that the dollar was falling, and they were forced to sell gold to prop up the dollar(London gold pool)
      The price of the dollar did not stop falling until they created paper gold futures in 1974.
      The paper gold, allows them to control the price of gold, which is really the price of the US dollar.
      Fast forward to today, and once again countries are dumping dollars for gold.
      The US is very close to a total economic collapse, caused by Americas obsession with war and killing.

  • Sinbad2

    War and banking are the only profitable American industries, so of course they want to prolong the war.
    The same goes for bankrupting poor countries, it’s how they keep the country going.

  • Merijn

    The American Government Breaks every Treaty they Make…. they are a Bunch of Lying Cockroaches… But their End is Nearing….the Finishing Touches are up to the American People…