vrijdag 13 mei 2011

Syriërs doden Syriërs, en geven de schuld aan Israël


Net als in Egypte beschuldigen ook in Syrië zowel het regime als de demonstranten elkaar ervan zionistische sympathieën te hebben of door de zionisten te worden geholpen. Het is een beproefd middel om je tegenstanders in discrediet te brengen.
 
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Syrians kill Syrians, and they blame - Israel

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/05/syrians-kill-syrians-and-they-blame.html

Posted: 11 May 2011 05:04 PM PDT

 

From Now Lebanon:
Syrian tycoon Rami Makhlouf warned Israel of instability if the regime of his cousin, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad falls, vowing to "fight to the end," according to The New York Times.

"If there is no stability here, there's no way there will be stability in Israel," said Makhlouf, who is on a list of 13 Syrian figures subjected to European Union sanctions for their role in violence against protesters opposing Assad's autocratic government.

"Nobody can guarantee what will happen after, God forbids, anything happens to this regime," Makhlouf told the US daily.

"What I'm saying is don't let us suffer, don't put a lot of pressure on the president, don't push Syria to do anything it is not happy to do," said Makhlouf who is a member of Assad's Alawite minority.
So Assad's cousin is telling Israel to stop the Zionist protests if it knows what's good for it.

However, some Arabs are interpreting his statements differently. From the comments there, Sami writes:
A great proof of who is protecting Israel!

Yeah, Makhlouf really cares about Israel.

As is inevitably the case, both sides accuse the other of being Zionist.

Meanwhile, whose side are Israelis on?

Well, a popular Israeli singer is
recording Arabic protest songs, and getting them smuggled into Syria to the protesters. One such song can be heard here.

(h/t Joel)

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