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Khamenei expresses fear of FSA receiving arms
Shahriar Kia - 12/8/2012
Khamenei, supreme leader of mullahs' regime, once again underscored the strategic importance of Syria in his regime's policy of export of terrorism and fundamentalism and unveiled his horror of arms reaching the Free Syrian Army and the opposition. He confessed that the downfall of Bashar al-Assad would devastate clerical regime's regional strategic front that protects his regime. He said that they want to "destroy the connecting ring in region's chain of resistance which is the neighbor of the usurping Zionist regime".
Terrified by the advances of the Free Syrian Army, Khamenei added, "The solution to the crisis in Syria is to stop injection of arms to this country". With outmost impudence he called the bloody suppression of defenseless Syrian people as only natural stating: "In any country, if dissidents are armed from abroad, the regime in power would naturally confront them."
Khamenei who guides the slaughter of Syrian people through his dispatched revolutionary guards and plainclothes agents, speaking as Syrian despot's godfather added: "If the dissidents in Syria abandon their arms, it would be possible for them and the government would allow them to state their position and would hear out their views". (Iranian regime state television -
On November 18, Iranian regime's foreign minister Salehi idiotically warned: Sending of arms to Syrian movement "will disturb region's stability and raise dangers of terrorism."
In a response to Doha conference and advances of the coalition of Syrian resistance forces and the Free Syrian Army, the clerical regime on Sunday gathered a number of its agents in Tehran to find a way out and prevent Assad's downfall.
The terrorists ruling Iran who are slaughtering innocent and unarmed Syrian women, men, children and elderly every day and hour, convened this meeting under the demagogic title: "No to violence, yes to democracy". This meeting met the abhorrence of all states in the region.
|Shahriar Kia is a political analyst and spokesman for the residents of Camp Ashraf, Iraq, where he resides. Shahriar was educated in the United States, graduating from the University of Texas, in computer science.|