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PublishDate: Wednesday, March 14, 201813:39

US Creating Safe Havens for Terrorists in Post-ISIL Syria

AVA-   at a time when the conflict approaches its seven-year anniversary in the next few days, the United States is way off the line to threaten to attack the Syrian government and its allies all over again.
Regrettably, that’s exactly what the War Party is doing now. US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has demanded that the UN Security Council immediately declare a 30-day ceasefire across Eastern Ghouta and the rest of Damascus province, and is even threatening to attack Syria if this doesn’t happen.
This is while Eastern Ghouta is the last terror-held area around Damascus, and under International Law and the UN Charter, the Syrian Army has every right to attack the terrorists there, advance deep into the region, and try and recover it from the foreign-backed terrorist groups, including America’s favorite and Qaeda-allied rebels.
More to the point, since terrorist groups are not part of the ceasefire agreement between the allied forces and the opposition, Haley cannot claim this offensive can’t be allowed to continue, much less threaten that the US is prepared to act unilaterally.
These threats come amid official announcements that the US is keen to build still more illegal military bases there and carry out a new major attack against Syria at any rate, hoping to affect regime change in Damascus - with help from terror proxies. The situation in Ghouta may simply be the pretext for this new campaign. There have been several reports just in the last couple of weeks warning that the US-backed terrorists are preparing to conduct yet another false-flag operation in Ghouta to accuse the Syrian government of a chemical attack and give grounds to the US to take military action along with some European allies. That's why the Russians have voiced fury over the US threats, warning that any such claim should be corroborated by irrefutable evidence, or else, the Russian military would take action to defend their Syrian comrades against any move by the US and its allies.
Nevertheless, the extent of UN ceasefire in Syria does not apply to terrorist groups that are allied with Al-Qaeda in Eastern Ghouta, according to Syrian and Russian officials, because they include banned terrorist groups naturally not included in the pact. Also since Russia is backing the offensive, it is to be expected they will block any UN Security Council move threatening the offensive that is only designed

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