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article imageSyria claims Turkey constitutes an 'obstacle' to peace

By Paul Iddon     Oct 1, 2013 in Politics
Syria's Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem has said Turkey, along with Qatar and Saudi Arabia, constitute an obstacle to peace given their support for the Syrian opposition.
Hurriyet Daily News reported that Mr. al-Moallem said that these states should “refrain from supplying, arming, financing, smuggling,” supplies to the rebels.
He claims that “terrorists from more than 83 countries are engaged in the killing of our people and our army.”
Furthermore he emphasized his contention that, “There is no civil war in Syria, but it is a war against terror that recognizes no values, nor justice, nor equality, and disregards any rights or law.”
Also, as The Independent reports, Mr. al-Moallem says that the war is essentially one against Al-Qaeda who, as he put it, eat human hearts and send the body parts of their victims to the victims families.
He also claimed that the United States, the United Kingdom and France have intentionally abstained from naming what he called the “real perpetrators” of the chemical attacks that have taken place in Syria during the course of the past year — particularly the major one in Damascus on August 31 that killed around 1,400 and nearly led to the United States taking military action against the Assad government.
Al-Moallem also claimed that the “terrorists” the Syrian regime is fighting themselves have been supplied with chemical weapons.
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