Washington-led NATO and their allies support all of the terrorists in Syria, hence, the terrorists are appropriately named NATO terrorists. NATO has command and control (1) of all of the terrorists. Turkey, currently in the limelight for its supreme criminality, is a member of NATO.
The Caliphate Project (2) is appropriately named a “CIA Caliphate” again, since Washington is responsible for these terrorist gangs and their mission in Syria.
A significant part of the terrorist mission is “destabilization”. “Destabilization” means “to destroy”. The terrorists, in concert with the West, destroy everything.
One example would be civilian infrastructure. The terrorists have been committing war crimes for years now by destroying power and water plants, and the repair of these plants is further hindered because the criminal economic blockade that the West imposes on Syria impedes rehabilitation and rebuilding of said plants. Additionally, NATO terrorists have for years targeted and murdered workers who work on repairing NATO-destroyed infrastructure.
The Syrian Solidarity Movement reported in 2019 that,
“over 12,000 fellow union members were either killed or injured by terror groups in the last 8 years, and the fate of over 3000 kidnapped members is still unknown. Yet none of this is ever reported or relayed in western media. Many of the workers were subjected to draconian and barbaric torture by the terror groups before they were killed, like the mutilation that happened to Issa Mahmood Hassan in Homs. Issa was a gas storage facility manager who was ambushed on his way to work and killed by armed militants belonging the so called “moderate rebels”. After severing his head from his body, they used his mobile phone to call his wife and describe in detail what they did to her husband. Other examples include the killing of railway workers while they were trying to repair the railway tracks between Aleppo and Hama in September 2011; the killing of electricians who were trying to repair electrical cables in Deir Ez-Zour and Homs and the atrocity committed in August 2012 by the so called “moderate rebels” in Al-Baba, in the North of Aleppo Province, where the rebels threw post office workers off the roof of their work building.” (3)
In the following interview, conducted by Vanessa Beeley in #Mhardeh Syria, Syrian
Ali Haifa describes the hardships that all Syrians face as they confront the full spectrum terrorist warfare that NATO and its allies are inflicting on Syria.
Transcript by Rawan Mahmasa
Ali: You are welcome in our power plant, Mhardeh power plant which is the oldest power plant in Syria to produce electricity. This power plant it was put in operation since 1978 so more than 42 years old and it’s in the middle of Syria for this reason it’s so good power plant to distribute its production of electricity for all of Syria. Unfortunately this power plant has suffered so much of terrorists attacks during the war in Syria in spite of its infrastructure company which produce electricity and distribute it for all Syrian people indifferent if they are with the state or are in the opposite part. And the sanctions which are put in since more than 10 years for Syria, we suffer so much of them because this power plant equipment are made in European countries in France, Germany, in Austria and in Switzerland. Unfortunately now we are not able to produce the spare parts for maintenance for keeping this power plant in operation. And this power plant in spite of all what happened in it are still producing electricity are still in operation but it needs to be rehabilated it needs to be overhauled and for this reason we need means and we need spare parts from the original manufactureres which now they are not in good operate with us, they are not giving us any kind of spare parts. So we hope the people in the Eastern countries will understand what happened in Syria, will understand that this war is to destroy the civilization in Syria. Syria is a, best country in the Orient, Syria is more than 10,000 years of civilization so it’s not worth what happened in it. You are welcome we hope that our voice will be heard in the Eastern country through you.
Vanessa: one point I just want to make also is these attacks on this power plant is a war crime because it’s against civilian infrastructure.
Ali: unfortunately this power plant more than 800 rockets and bombs had fallen through these nine years and in spite of its infrastructure, civilian infrastructure… The terrorists didn’t make any distinguish between civilian infrastructure or between military groups. So they are working for their agenda, for foreign agenda to destroy Syria but the Syrian people gain, and we are in a very good position now a very good situation we gain the war, the war is inspired of us.
Vanessa: that’s because of the spirit of resistance.
Ali: it’s our belief. We believe in our army, we believe in our leader Mr. Bashar will arrive with us to safe and safe situation.
Vanessa: God bless you and God bless all the heroes who have, like you, who have given their lives to the people of Syria for Syria.
Ali: God bless them, there are many many heroes who protect Syria and all we are, we give our blood to keep this country.
The financial costs of restoring terrorist-destroyed electrical infrastructure alone is not insignificant:
The war on Syria is a war on every single Syrian citizen. It is a war in which the West and its allies are directly responsible for every death and all of the destruction.
(1) Manlio Dinucci, “Michel Chossudovsky: ‘with NATO from welfare al warfare’ ” International Press Agency, 23 April, 2019. (https://www.pressenza.com/2019/04/michel-chossudovsky-with-nato-from-welfare-al-warfare/) Accessed 1 March, 2019.
(2) Prof. Michel Chossudovsky, “The Islamic State (ISIS), the Pentagon’s ‘Caliphate Project’ and the ‘Global War on Terrorism.’ ” Global Research, 20 February, 2018. (https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-islamic-state-caliphate-project-and-the-global-war-on-terrorism/5389530) Accessed 1 March, 2020.
(3) Syria Solidarity Movement, “Open Letter to trade unionists in support of brother Donald Lafleur, Executive Vice President, Canadian Labour Congress/ Syria Solidarity Movement.” 25 September, 2019. ( https://www.marktaliano.net/open-letter-to-trade-unionists-in-support-of-brother-donald-lafleur-executive-vice-president-canadian-labour-congress-syria-solidarity-movement/) Accessed 1 March, 2019.