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اپوزیسیون سوریه پیشنهاد آقای روحانی رابرای میانجی گری بین خود و رژیم اسد را رد کرده و از ایران خواست بجای آن، نیروهای خود را که در کنار ارتش بشار اسد و حزب الله لبنان علیه آنها می جنگند از سوریه خارج کند و به کمکهای خود به رژیم اسد پایان دهد.  اپوزیسیون سوریه در بیانیه خود که در اکثر رسانه های امروز منطقه درج شده است، میگوید که ایران، خود بخشی از مسئله است و نه راه حل آن.

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مسئله تنها حضور مستقیم و غیر مستقیم ایران در سوریه نیست بلکه آقای جواد ظریف، وزیر خارجه آقای روحانی در نخستین روزهای انتصاب خود پیش از آنکه  حتی خود رژیم بشار اسد راجع به استفاده از سلاح شیمیایی اظهار نظری بکند اعلام کرد که استفاده از سلاح شیمیایی کار تروریستها بوده است و ایران از ماهها قبل از انتقال مواد شیمیایی مرگبار به سوریه اطلاع  داشته و آنرا از طریق سویس به آمریکا هم اطلاع داده است. هنوز مرکب اظهارات آقای ظریف روی صفحه روزنامه ها خشک نشده سردار پاسدار جعفری در یک خطابیه غرا اظهار داشت که ایران تا به آخر در کنار سوریه ایستاده است*. هنوز داغی این خبرها از بین نرفته، خبر امظای پیمان بزرگ اعتبار چند میلیارد دلاری ایران برای پر کردن بازار و انبار های سوریه از کالاهای  اساسی و دارو و سایر مایحتاج عمومی به عرصه رسانه های دنیا میرسد. چیزی از اینها نگذشته ویدئو کلیپ مصاحبه یک فرمانده سپاه از سپاه قدس در ” دی ولت” آلمان پخش میشود که از کمکهای آموزشی، تسلیحاتی و عملیاتی سپاه ایران به رژیم سوریه خبر میدهد.**

لیست این چندگانگی و تناقضات را در عرصه دیپلماتیک و سیاسی  کشورمان میتوان ادامه داد و از جمله، تلاشهای افتضاح آمیز کنفرانس گذاری سه گانه پرخرج در  گرانترین  هتل تهران، برای اپوزیسون ساختگی مضحک سوریه در دوران  احمدی نژاد و صالحی را یاد آور شد.

سئوالی که باقی میماند اینست که آیا آقای روحانی در رویکرد دیپلماتیک جدید مورد ادعای خود جدیست؟ اگر جدیست چگونه میخواهد بین کسانی که آنها را تروریست میخواند و میداند و دولت تحت مدیریتش به طرفهای آن تروریستها پول و اسلحه و کمکهای عملیاتی  و حمایت مطلق دیپلماتبک میدهد چگونه میخواهد میانجی گری کند؟

اگر آقای روحانی میخواهد که دنیا پیامش را جدی بگیرد کمکی نمیکند که با بیان فصیح و روی گشاده خود از تغیر آب و هوای سیاسی دنیا، از گذار از دوران جنگ و خشونت به میانه روی سخن بگوید زیرا ظرف این چند ماه که هیچ ظرف این یک دهه هم هیچ تغیری اتفاق نیفتاده است که چنین چرخشهای دیپلماتیکی را توجیه کند. بهتر است آقای روحانی به جهان اعلام کند  کمر مردم ایران زیر بار تحریمها و فساد شکست و ابرای نجات کشور: ” جمهوری اسلامی ایران سیاست شکست خورده چالشگرانه خود به کنار نهاده و میخواهد با جهان به تفاهم و تعامل برسد”. فقط چنین پیامی میتواند در قلب مردم دنیا بنشیند زیرا بوی صذاقت و نه فریب میدهد.

 

Syria Opposition Rejects Rowhani Mediation Offer

“It would be more useful if the Iranian leadership withdrew its military experts and fighters from Syrian territory,” the Coalition said.

by Naharnet Newsdesk ۳۷ minutes ag

W460

Syria’s opposition National Coalition on Saturday rejected an Iranian offer to broker talks with the regime, saying the bid was “not serious” and calling Tehran “part of the problem.”

“The Iranian initiative is not serious and lacks political credibility,” the key opposition grouping said in a statement.

The comments came after Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said Thursday that his government was willing to “facilitate dialogue” between the Syrian government and opposition fighters.

“We must join hands to constructively work toward national dialogue, whether in Syria or Bahrain. We must create an atmosphere where peoples of the region can decide their own fates,” Rowhani wrote in a column in The Washington Post.

But the Syrian opposition said it was skeptical that Iran, a staunch ally of President Bashar Assad, could broker talks, calling Tehran “part of the problem.”

“It would be more useful if the Iranian leadership withdrew its military experts and fighters from Syrian territory,” the Coalition said.

The Syrian opposition has long alleged that Iran has sent military personnel to help Assad’s forces in their fight against the rebels.

Iran is also a key backer of Hizbullah, which has sent fighters to bolster Syria’s armed forces in key battles, notably their recapture of the strategic central town of Qusayr in June.

And Tehran has helped bolster the regime by providing funds to the cash-strapped government.

  

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Iranian Military Chief: ‘We Will Support Syria To The End’

Business Insider
Iran will support Syria “until the end” in the face of possible US-led military strikes, the chief of Iran’s elite “Quds Force unit was quoted Thursday by the media as saying 

Iran is Syria’s main regional ally and some analysts believe a wider goal of US President Barack Obama’s determination to launch a strike against the Damascus regime is to blunt Tehran’s growing regional influence and any consequent threat to Washington ally Israel.

“The aim of the United States is not to protect human rights … but to destroy the front of resistance (against Israel),” Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani was quoted as saying.

“We will support Syria to the end,” he added in a speech to the Assembly of Experts, the body that supervises the work of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

He did not elaborate on the nature of the support and Iran has constantly denied allegations by Western powers that it has sent military forces to prop up President Bashar al-Assad’s embattled regime.

A year ago, the chief of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Mohammad Ali Jafari, said that members of the Quds Force foreign operations unit were in Syria but only to provide Assad’s government with “counsel andadvice”.

Soleimani accused the US of using its claims that Syria’s forces had unleashed chemical weapons on civilians last month as a “pretext” to try to topple Assad’s regime.

Iran’s Defence Minister Hossein Dehqan, meanwhile, ruled out sending troops or weapons to Syria.

“The Syrians do not need us to provide them with weapons because they have a defensive anti-aircraft system themselves,” he was cited in the local media as saying.

President Hassan Rowhani said Iran will do “everything to prevent” an attack on the Syrian regime, according to extracts from statements he made before the Assembly of Experts published in the media.

“Any action against Syria is against the interests of the region but also against the friends of the United States in this region,” he said.

“Such action will help nobody.”

The US, France and other countries accuse Assad’s forces of launching chemical weapons attacks on the outskirts of Damascus on August 21, which they say killed hundreds.

Obama is seeking congressional backing as well as broader international support for punitive strikes on Assad’s regime.

Iran has warned that any military action against Syria risks sparking a broader regional conflagration.

Copyright (2013) AFP. All rights reserved.

 

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Video Reveals Key Iranian Role in Syrian Civil War

Remarkable footage includes insight into daily routine of Iranian fighters in Syria, includes interview with Iranian commander.
First Publish: 9/15/2013, 1:07 PM

(Illustration) Iranian Revolutionary Guard

(Illustration) Iranian Revolutionary Guard
Reuters

Remarkable footage has emerged of Iranian military forces on the ground in Syria, fighting alongside pro-government militias.

Shia Iran is the Assad regime’s closest ally, along with the Hezbollah terrorist group, and Iranian support is nothing new. But whilst Hezbollah has officially acknowledged that its fighters are actively engaged in battle on behalf of the Assad regime, Iranian officials always maintained that any Iranian presence in Syria and support for the Assad regime was limited to logistical support and “military advisers,” away from the front lines.

But footage had emerged in the past few days indicating that Iranian involvement goes far further, and appears to corroborate rebel claims that soldiers from the Iranian army and Revolutionary Guards are present on the ground, and playing a direct role in the fighting.

The first piece of footage was aired by the BBC on Friday, and showed armed men on the ground, speaking fluent Farsi (Persian), directing military operations and engaging in battle. Experts branded it the “most significant evidence yet” that Iranian forces were playing a direct role in fighting Syrian rebels.

But an even more remarkable clip has been shown by the DutchNieuswsuur TV channel, which gives an in-depth glimpse into the activities of Iranian troops on the ground in some of Syria’s front-lines, as they train, coordinate and fight alongside pro-government militias.

The footage includes a one-on-one interview with a local Iranian commander, in which he explains why in his view Iranian forces have been more effective at commanding “civilian militias” than the Syrian army itself. Those militias were set up to supplement the increasingly overstretched Syrian army  in its battle against rebel forces.

He criticizes the Syrian military for its reliance on “force” to enforce its orders, and contrasts it with the more “respectful” approach taken by the Iranian commanders – an approach he says has made them more popular among the militias than the Syrian army.

The film also shows how Iranian soldiers are winning hearts and minds among local civilians: handing out sweets to children and making contact with the local population – in contrast to the Syrian military’s conduct.

“Their army vehicles race part, without any consideration for the local population,” laments the Iranian commander.

But there is a hint that such goodwill is a purely military decision, as opposed to genuine goodwill, with hints of historical Iranian-Arab antagonism still apparent in one particular “off camera” incident.

“When we came, there were no human beings. They had deserted the village,” says one soldier, prompting his comrade to joke that “there are still no humans, only Arabs!”

The Iranian commander claims that many apart from being directed by his forces, pro-government militiamen fighting on behalf of the Assad regime were trained in Iran.

“They’re familiar with our customs, and that makes cooperation easier,” he says.

Offering an insight into the motivation of Iranian fighters in Syria, he characterizes the conflict as a “holy war” – illustrating how Islamist fundamentalism is playing an important role on both sides of the increasingly sectarian clash between the Shia-backed government and Sunni rebels.

“This front we’re fighting at now is not a front where the Syrian army is at war with the Syrian people,” he says.

“The current war in Syria is that of Islam versus the nonbelievers. Good versus evil” with Iran, Hezbollah and various other Shia “holy warriors” on the side of Islam, and a confederation of Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, western powers and Israel in the camp of the “unbelievers.”

 

 

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