Foreign backed Al-Qaeda rebels and the woes of Christians in Syria

As reported on August 25 of 2012,  an estimated 12,000 people  spent two weeks after being blocked by the foreign rebels in the Christian southern town of Rableh, near Homs in Syria. This town was liberated by Syrian forces on August 24.   Prior to that, for two weeks foreign rebels blockaded this Christian majority town.  As stated by Aid to the Church in Need charity, the rebels who held the residents of Rableh hostage, refused entry of food and medial supplies into the city.  After a continuous blockade of two weeks, the basic necessities were reportedly running out.  Nothing could be transported for fear of the rebel snipers.  Additionally, all bridges linking Rableh with other towns and cities had been blown up and roads were made impassable.

Snipers were waiting for those who thought of leaving the town in search for food. Those who dared to leave were shot at. Three men who attempted to step onto the disaster zone were shot dead, as informed by one of the representatives of the Christian community of Rableh.  There were motorcyclists who tried to carry bread into the village, but they were also fired at.  Fortunately they managed to escape unhurt.   The foreign attackers had cut off the electric supply of this town.  It's now in the process of being restored after the foreign rebels were driven out by the Syrian forces. Those Syrian hostages of Rableh who finally made it to the other side of the border described the situation back home as "critical," that is, the situation being made critical by pitiless and remorseless terrorists supported by the West.   However, the Western media is having a field day manipulating this scenario.  It has filmed these Syrians who were blocked and starved by the Al-Qaeda rebels (most of them trained in Turkey) and portraying them in their stories as "Syrians fleeing killings by Assad's forces."   This is the strategical construction of layers and layers of unfathomable lies that have spread on the Syrian episode by the Western media with utterly false depictions of a "civil war" or a "revolution."   The truth:  Syria is at war.  Syria is under heavy foreign attack. 

Prior to what happened in Rableh, in June 2012 shocking images appeared on RT and PrisonPlanet showing serious damages done to Christian churches in Syria by Western-backed Al-Qaeda rebels.

In the photo below that appeared on RT channel, "a man who is said to be a member of the Free Syrian Army poses in a stolen priest’s robe while brandishing a looted cross in one hand and a machine gun in the other."

In the photo below that appeared on RT channel, "a man who is said to be a member of the Free Syrian Army poses in a stolen priest’s robe while brandishing a looted cross in one hand and a machine gun in the other."

The Western town of Qusayr where the peaceful lives of its residents were turned upside down by the unprovoked violence of foreign radicals, 9,000 Christians were forced to flee after an ultimatum from a rebel military chief. 
Those fleeing the town to save their lives, which included Muslims as well, said they heard announcements from the Masjids made by the rebels that "Christians must leave Qusayr within six days."   Syrian Muslims who were stuck in Qusayr told stories of similar distress.  Also, similar to the destruction of many churches, several Masjids in Qusayr were usurped and occupied by the foreign rebels and left in shambles.

In February of 2012 when the foreign insurgents began infiltrating into Syria, thousands of Muslims and Christians had fled various areas of Homs that fell into rebel hands but were later freed by the Syrian army.

Despite this Hell-on-earth situation being unleashed inside Syria by foreign fighters, US intelligence agents and diplomats continue to lend support unabashed to the Al-Qaeda fighters and their trainers against President Assad's forces.  RT reports that according to several senior US officials themselves "the CIA and the State Department are helping the Free Syrian Army develop logistical routes formoving supplies into Syria and providing training in communications.  Saudi Arabia and Qatar have been paying salaries to the Syrian rebels for several months now. Meanwhile, Turkey, which hosts some units of the Free Syrian Army, ensures material and technical support.  And many believe that as long as the US and its allies continue to blindly support the radical rebels, stability in Syria will remain unattainable."  

And .. despite such relentless efforts for destruction by foreign terrorists, their financiers and trainers, so far these ill-trained mercenaries have made no significant headway whatsoever.   As stated by RT, the Syrian government has now officially reported that "Damascus has been freed from militants and the mop-up operation in the financial hub of Aleppo is getting close to the end."

The upshot for now:  Al-Qaeda has been defeated by Assad's forces.