BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – Syria’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Dr. Bashar Jaafari, unleashed a scathing attack against his Qatari and Turkish counterparts, accusing the both country’s regimes of spending billions of dollars to sponsor terrorism inside Syria.

Dr. Al-Jaafari said during his U.N. General Assembly speech on Saturday, December 28th, that “the involvement of the Qatari regime and the Turkish regime in terrorism was revealed by the former Qatari Prime Minister, his name, Hamad bin Jassim, if the representative of Qatar does not know the name of his former prime minister.”

“This person appeared on Qatari TV and said that Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey spent $137 billion dollars to undermine the legitimate government in Syria,” according to statement that was published in Al-Watan.

Dr. Al-Jaafari stressed that this is an important testimony that must be taken into consideration, saying that “other testimonies say that the Qatari regime sponsored terrorism through a bribe to the terrorists who were deployed in the area of ​​separation in the Golan so that they would release the UN forces from the Philippine and Fijian battalions, where Qatar paid $50 million to these criminals, and this bribery came in violation of the Security Council law, which prohibits members from paying bribes to terrorists. ”

“The Qatari regime considers itself to be immune from the next punishment and is wrong because we will punish it and this regime still supports the Al-Nusra Front in Idlib. I do not want to exaggerate this dwarf regime but because it operates under instructions from the American administration, and unfortunately this role is assigned. They have to support the Islamist movements to undermine security and peace in the Arab and Islamic worlds,” he continued.”

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He further targeted the Qatari representative by saying that “the day of judgement is coming, so let this message be communicated to the officials of your sponsoring regime of terrorism.”

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Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

As for Bashar Jaafari, I hope that the day of judgement will come for Turkish and Qatari regime… But it woud not be fair unless the Iranian regime faces its own day of judgement considering its numerous crimes, and not only at backing terrorists, e.g. the mass murder of 33,000 political prisoners in 1988, half of them being children, the Houthi coup that started the civil war in Yemen, the collaboration with Qatar to create false flags accusing Gaddafi in Libya, etc etc

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

Isn’t Qatar an ally of Tehran, it’s even why the Saudis have blocked all borders with them. It also recently surfaced that Qatar was paying the Sheebabs in Somalia in order to attack UAE citizens and interests there. It’s very interesting how the dwarf state shenanigans are getting more and more exposed…
Syria should be careful with some of its allies as Iran backs/funds/arms Hamas while Hamad backs al-Nusra/HTS and is part of the Muslim Brotherhood, just like the ErDOG’s clique!

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thomas Jackson

and you blame them with straight face…Ridiculous

Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

Syria does not have a military base in Qatar, the US does. Turks and Americans are stationed in Qatar not Syrians. US/Israel/Turkey are main antagonist in Syria and support Al-Nursa formally known as Al-Qadea. US trained ALL Syian National Army with the exception of 3 groups. Israel armed Al nursa and treated them at Israeli hospitals not Syria.

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Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

Sorry, your sources are biased! Israel didn’t armed Nusra, they actually armed Golan Knights and another Druze group to avoid Nusra+ISIS infiltrations. Israel signed in the Red-Cross protocol, thus as any signatory, since the neighbour country is at war, they deployed field hospitals at the border and brought medical treatment to anyone asking for without asking questions. You forget that they also treated THOUSANDS of Syrian civilians! Don’t you know that the Syrian red-Crescent, which is funded by Syrian govt did EXACTLY THE SAME in SNA/Nusra held areas? Once you sign in with the Red-Cross, you don’t have the right… Read more »

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Sweet Robert

Are you calling the Israel military liars? They have said otherwise. These groups you mention had Nusra plan and lead their attacks against the Syrian Army troops. Israeli government not only treated Nursa/ISIS in Israel but have evacuated them from deep inside Syria. I would also add that the majority treated in Israel are fighters and not civilians. Only because locals complained to press regarding being unable to receive medical care as the hospitals were filled with Jihadists did the Israeli government admit treating them. The Israeli government is not the Red Cross. Again US funded and trained all but… Read more »