Quote:Original Posted By arrahmah.com ►
Hampir mustahil kelompok teokrasi mau tunduk dibawah komando kelompok sekuler. Al Qaidah dan kawan-kawan, dari Jabhah Nashrah sampai Mujahidin Taliban juga terang-terangan ingin mencegah berkuasanya kelompok FSA sekuler yang bertujuan untuk kepentingan AS dan menjamin keamanan Israel.
ah yang boneng gan ?
Quote:Original Posted By Pongasi ►
Amriki & kawan2 puyeng mikirin sahabat2nya yg d suriah, padahal udah di kirimin senjata kok msh pecah jga??
Gmn sih sahabat mujahilin, al qoida & jembut al nusro
udah dikirimin senjata oleh barat ???
mana buktinya ? jangan cuma koar-koar kek obama
Quote:Original Posted By regpark ►
FSA masih bisa disebut oposisi, sedangkan blok Al-Qaeda seperti Jabhat Nusra, ISIS, dsb. lebih pantas disebut teroris asing atau penjajah.
hmmm, kalo JN,dkk disebut penjajah mungkin kurang tepat
karena tujuan mereka sendiri belum tercapai
yaitu tergulingnya rezim laknat ASSad
Quote:Original Posted By priapemikir ►
mereka semua pantas disebut mujahiddin
dan ASS ad crew pantas disebut JAGALudin
apa mau kira2 ya melihat track record SNC
SNC supporter FSA. Entah apa mereka juga support kelompok militan AQ lain ? Tapi mereka menyeru bersatunya alias menyeru pada kekompakan para rebel
Quote:Original Posted By vichaksana ►
Katanya konflik Sunni vs Syiah? Sesama rebel koq saling bantai? Bukannya mayoritas mereka sunni juga? Sunni vs Sunni dong.... Apa layak masih disebut jihad fi sabilillah? Bantai sesama muslim lho? Rebutan kekuasaan aja geret-geret "Allahu Akbar!"
Quote:Original Posted By cinderellaman ►
teroris udah mulai pada kebingungan..
udahlah dagangan suni-syiahnya ga laku, sekarang gontok2an sendiri..
Quote:Original Posted By kyai.slamet ►
FSA juga disi orang2 asing.
Itu organisasi2 pujaan pecinta jihad zone lho.
> Allahu akbar, Jabhah Nushrah hancurkan 9 tank rezim Nushairiyah di Damaskus (m.arrahmah.com)
> Terkecoh ranjau mujahidin, regu jihandak rezim Suriah tewas di Aleppo Timur (m.arrahmah.com)
> Allahu Akbar! Mujahidin Tewaskan 240 Tentara Assad di Pegunungan Kubu Alawit (m.voa-islam.com)
> Jabhah Nushrah merebut sebuah tank dan menewaskan 7 tentara rezim Suriah di desa Burj Zakrur (m.arrahmah.com)
Bahkan saat Al Qaeda menyerang penjara & membebaskan teroris di Irak juga didukung.
> Mujahidin serang dua penjara di Baghdad dan bebaskan ratusan tawanan muslim (m.arrahmah.com)
masih juga memakan media khawarij macam amarah.com
atau cuma mau mocking saja ?
Quote:Hezbollah under pressure over Syria fighting
BEIRUT (AFP) -- Lebanon's Shiite Hezbollah movement came under increasing pressure over accusations it is backing regime troops in Syria, as a rebel leader warned of the risk of sparking a sectarian war.
Inside Syria soldiers seized a key town near Damascus from rebels following weeks of fierce clashes, a monitoring group said, and each side blamed the other after fighting destroyed the minaret of Aleppo's ancient Umayyad mosque.
In an open letter Wednesday, Syria's leading opposition figure Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib called on Lebanon's Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah to withdraw his fighters to avoid the conflict degenerating into a sectarian war.
"Hezbollah's intervention in Syria has complicated matters deeply, and I expected you, given your political and social stature, to play a more positive role" said Khatib in a letter posted on Facebook.
The message was also filmed and posted on YouTube.
Iran-backed Hezbollah, a close ally of President Bashar al-Assad's regime, has denied Syrian opposition accusations that it has sent its elite troops into Syria to support regime troops battling insurgents.
It says Syrian rebels have targeted Shiite areas of Syria inhabited by Lebanese and that Shiites in Syria have a right to self-defense.
But the accusations against Hezbollah have multiplied as fighting escalated this week in the Qusayr area near the Lebanon border.
"The claim of defense for Shiite villages is unacceptable," said Khatib, who on Sunday quit as head of Syria's main opposition National Coalition in protest at what he said was world inaction over Assad's onslaught on the rebels.
"There is a cunning plan to drag the Islamic world into sectarian conflict pitting Sunnis against Shiites, starting from Syria and Lebanon, only then to engulf all countries in the region, including Iran and Turkey," he added.
But nobody could win in such a conflict, he said.
"Aren't 1,000 years of strife between Sunnis and Shiites enough for us to bury this narrow sectarian mentality?" he asked.
President Assad belongs to Syria's minority Alawite sect, an offshoot of Shiite Islam. Most of the country's population -- including the rebel fighters -- are Sunnis.
Khatib, a moderate Sunni sheikh who has widespread support in Syria, made his appeal just two days after radical Sunni sheikh Ahmad al-Assir called for Lebanese fighters to join insurgents seeking to oust Assad.
But the main rebel group, the Free Syrian Army, rejected the call to jihad in a statement Wednesday.
"We reject any presence of foreign fighters, regardless of where they are from," FSA political and media coordinator Louay Muqdad told AFP.
"We have said that what we are missing in Syria is weapons, not men."
Two Lebanese Salafist sheikhs have called on their followers to join rebels fighting in Syria and to support Sunni residents of the embattled central province of Homs, following the reports of Hezbollah's intervention.
Lebanon's President Michel Sleiman meanwhile reiterated the country's official stance of neutrality in the conflict, saying no weapons or fighters should be allowed to cross into Syria, the National News Agency reported.
Syria's army recaptured the key town of Otaybeh east of Damascus Wednesday after weeks of fierce fighting, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The regime force had used warplanes, tanks, artillery and rocket-launchers during the fight, Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.
"After trying dozens of times to re-enter into the town, rebels withdrew at dawn after putting up a fierce resistance," he told AFP.
The Observatory also said that mortar rounds killed seven civilians in the Jaramana suburb of Damascus, which is held by the regime, with another 30 wounded, six of them critically.
State news agency SANA published the same toll.
The Damascus regime and rebel forces meanwhile blamed each other for the destruction Wednesday of the minaret of Aleppo's ancient Umayyad mosque, Syrian state media and a watchdog reported.
An archaeological treasure in Aleppo's UNESCO-listed Old City, the mosque had already suffered extensive damage during months of fighting. Rebels said they had managed to salvage ancient handwritten Koranic manuscripts.
According to UN figures the conflict in Syria has already left more than 70,000 people dead since it began in March 2011.
FSA sendiri menolak bantuan berupa kombatan (orang), mereka menerima bantuan senjata. Mereka menyadari kalau semakin banyak jihadis dari luar negeri terlibat dalam peperangan, akan semakin memperuncing konflik sunni syiah
Sedangkan hizbulsyaithon justru beraksi atas perintah iran. Dan hal ini malah semakin memperuncing perang antara sunni syiah di syria dan malah bisa menjalar ke lebanon, turki dan iran
Quote:Experts: Hezbollah takes Syria risk at Iran's behest
BEIRUT (AFP) -- Lebanon's Hezbollah has hurled itself into the war in Syria at the behest of its mentor Iran at the risk of damaging its reputation in the Arab world, experts say.
The powerful Shiite movement has won widespread support outside Lebanon for standing up to Israel on the battlefield.
But its involvement in Syria fighting alongside President Bashar Assad's troops against rebels has tarnished its reputation in the region, analysts told AFP.
"Hezbollah's participation in the war in Syria stems from an Iranian decision to support the regime until the end through regional actors, starting with Hezbollah," said Ziad Majed, professor in political sciences and the Middle East at the American University of Paris.
Hezbollah sent almost 1,700 fighters to the central Syrian town of Qusayr a week ago to support the regime's assault on the rebel stronghold.
Its chief Hassan Nasrallah had previously justified the organisation's involvement in Syria by saying they were defending Shiite villages and holy sites.
But the offensive on the mostly-Sunni town of Qusayr forced the movement to change its argument.
"Syria is the rear guard of the resistance (Hezbollah's fight with Israel), its backbone, and the resistance cannot stay with its arms folded when its rear guard is exposed," Nasrallah said on Saturday in a speech for the 13th anniversary of Israel's withdrawal from Lebanon.
"We are idiots if we do not act," he added.
Iran has asked Hezbollah to commit itself publicly to the conflict in Syria because its outcome could decide the future of the alliance between the two countries, and even of the region, said Ghassan al-Azzi, professor of political sciences at the Lebanese University.
"Hezbollah did it, even though it has affected its reputation in Lebanon and the Arab world," he added.
But there are other reasons behind its military involvement, until now aimed exclusively at Israel.
"The fall of the Assad clan would have deadly consequences for Hezbollah, not only in terms of the free flow of weapons, men and money, but also because it would no longer enjoy the total support of the Syrian regime as it has over the past three decades," Waddah Sharara, sociology professor at the Lebanese University and author of a book on Hezbollah, told AFP.
But Majed said it is also a matter of pride for Hezbollah, which wants to be seen as "a key actor in the region and not just in Lebanon."
"It means that it is capable of intervening decisively in operations outside the country," he said.
In his speech on Saturday to mark Israel's withdrawal for which Hezbollah takes credit, Nasrallah said: "I have always promised you a victory and now I pledge to you a new one."
But it is not clear what the price of this victory would be.
Experts agree that Hezbollah's deployment of fighters to Syria has tarnished its image and, more seriously, aggravated tensions between Sunni and Shiite Muslims inside Lebanon itself.
"Hezbollah's reputation has suffered not only in the Arab world but also in Lebanon. Gone are the days when polls named Nasrallah as the most popular political leader in the Arab world for his resistance against Israel," after a 2006 war, Azzi said.
Majed said that Hezbollah was very conscious of its image in the Arab world until 2011, but since it realized the Syrian regime could fall, it has adopted a new outlook.
"It is only concerned about its image among its social base and in the short term, it has not weakened," he said.
"But we still do not know the danger Hezbollah is causing Lebanon by stirring tensions between Sunnis and Shiites," he added.
The reaction of the Sunni leader and former prime minister Saad Hariri to Nasrallah's speech was damning.
"You have excelled in sectarian incitement as never before. The time of exploiting Palestine, the resistance and national unity is gone. The Lebanese people, as well as the Arab and Islamic peoples, all know this," he said.
sekarang para syi'i wannabe dimari malah kagak sejalan pemahamannye ame iran dan hizbulsyaithon
jangan taqiya mulu deh