Sunday, June 24, 2012

Peluang Nato (USA-Israel) Menawan Syria




Syria Tembak Pesawat Pejuang Turki

ANKARA: Syria menembak jatuh pesawat pejuang Turki di Laut Mediterranean dan Ankara memberi amaran mereka akan mengambil tindakan tegas berhubung insiden itu.

Tindakan itu dilihat mungkin membuka dimensi baru dalam penentangan terhadap Presiden Syria, Bashar al-Assad.

Syria menyatakan pesawat Turki itu sedang terbang rendah dan dalam kawasan perairannya apabila ditembak.

Perdana Menteri Turki, Tayyip Erdogan, berkata pihak tentera Turki dan Syria akan bekerjasama bagi mencari dua anak kapal pesawat F-4 itu.

"Turki akan menyatakan pendirian selepas insiden itu disiasat dan tindakan yang akan diambil," katanya. Lapor mStar

Syria tembak pesawat F-4 Turki

23 Jun 2012

Turki kehilangan jet tentera F-4, seperti dalam gambar, selepas ditembak oleh Syria semalam.

ISTANBUL - Syria menembak jatuh pesawat pejuang Turki di Laut Mediterranean dan memberi amaran akan mengambil tindakan tegas berhubung insiden itu, yang mungkin membuka dimensi baru dalam penentangan terhadap Presiden Syria, Bashar al-Assad.

Syria mendakwa pesawat F-4 itu sedang terbang rendah dan berada dalam kawasan perairannya apabila ditembak, awal pagi waktu Malaysia.

Tentera laut kedua-dua negara sedang terlibat dalam operasi mencari kedua-dua juruterbang jet itu.

Perdana Menteri Turki, Tayyip Erdogan berkata, pihak tentera Turki dan Syria akan bekerjasama bagi mencari kedua-dua juruterbang pesawat F-4 yang hilang itu.

"Turki akan menyatakan pendirian selepas insiden itu disiasat dan tindakan lanjut akan diambil," katanya.

Sementara itu, jurucakap Setiausaha Agung PBB, Ban Ki-Moon berkata, beliau mengikuti keadaan itu dengan teliti.

"Saya berharap insiden yang serius ini dipandang serius oleh kedua-dua pihak melalui saluran diplomatik," katanya. Lapor SH

Kadaan masih terkawal buat sementara waktu namun pihak NATO tentu akan menggunakan insiden ini untuk menekan Syria. Tidak mustahil Washington sedang melakar plan baru untuk memaksa Syria tunduk terhadap kemahuannya. Kita tahu penentangan di Syria juga adalah plan terancang mereka untuk menumpaskan pemimpin Islam yang tidak sekata dengan mereka (juga Malaysia?).


Syria pula tentu menggunakan insiden ini untuk mengalih tumpuan dunia terhadap penentangan dalaman.

Peperangan bakal meletus? Ia amat pasti jika dilihat pada keadaan semasa di mana Bashar sedang bergelut menghalang rampasan kuasa. Insiden ini juga memberi ruang kepada Bashar untuk satukan kembali rakyatnya terhadap ancaman luar. Mampukah beliau?  Persoalan yang makin hangat ialah kedudukan Russian dan Iran. Adakah Russia akan membabitkan diri jika Syria diserang? Kita tahu bahawa hubungan Russia dan Syria memang cukup rapat sehingga ada satu pengkalan Tentera Lautnya diperairan Syria. Sementara Iran pula telah sedia maklum menjadi penyokong kuat kerajaan Bashar.

Perhati dengan teliti perkembangan ini kerana ia akan memberi maklum kebangkitan Regim as Sufyani di negara Syam (Syria) ini seperti dikhabarkan oleh Baginda Junjungan SAW. Perkara ini telah disentuh dalam artikel sebelum ini.

Israel tetap akan usahakan terlaksananya rancangan mengujudkan Israel Raya sebagaimana disebut dalam "Protocl of Zion". Sama ada berjaya atau tidaknya niat mereka itu. tidaklah menjadi soal. Apa yang penting usaha mereka membangunkan angin Arab Spring itu menjadikan negara Arab berpecah belah dan menjadikan politik kucar kacir. Ramai penduduk dunia telah termakan hasutan zionis melebelkan pemimpin Islam semuanya "zalim" dan perlu digantikan. 

Syria bukanlah sebuah negara yang lemah. Sebab itu ia tidak diganggu selepas kejatuhan Saddam. Api pemberontakan diatur dengan cukup teliti untuk melemahkan pemerintah Syria dan akan menampakkan seolah pemberontak memang mengharapkan pertolongan dari proksi zionis ini. Dengan itu, Israel atau USA tidak akan dapat dipersalahkan jika mereka turut menyerang Syria nanti.

Andaikata Bashar mampu menangani gangguan USA-Israel ini, Bashar akan menjadi semakin kuat dan persekutuannya dengan Russia, Iran dan China akan mengubah keadaan. Jika ini berlaku tidak mustahil regim Bashar lah yang akan menjadi as-Sufyani. Ia bakal diikuti oleh kebangkitan kuasa Syiah di rantau tersebut. Nasin pendokong dan pengikut ASWJ akan mejadi mangsa. Semoga andaian ini salah. 

Apa pun setiap ucapan al Amin Junjungan Besar Rasulullah SAW adalah benar, maka as Sufyani tetap akan muncul di sana (Syam). Siapa sahaja yang berkuasa adalah sama sahaja.

AP melaporkan panjang lebar mengenai insiden ini. AP adalah jaringan berita milik Yahudi dan sudah tentulah ia akan memberi komen yang akan membantu tuannya USA-Israel.


Syria: downing of Turkish plane not a hostile act

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Syria said Saturday that it shot down a Turkish military jet because the aircraft had violated its airspace, but Turkey threatened retaliatory action as it searched for its two missing pilots.

Both sides signaled they do not want to escalate an incident that has the potential to explode into a regional conflict, but the downing of the Turkish reconnaissance plane on Friday was a dramatic sign that the violence gripping Syria increasingly is spreading outside its borders.

Tensions already were high between Syria and NATO-member Turkey. The neighbors used to be allies before the Syrian revolt began in March 2011, but Turkey has become one of the strongest critics of the Syrian regime's brutal response to the country's uprising and is playing host to civilian and military Syrian opposition groups.

Germany and Iraq urged Turkey and Syria to remain calm and not let the unrest in Syria become a wider conflict in the area. In a telephone interview with Turkish TV news channel A Haber on Saturday, Syrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Jihad Makdissi said the downing of Turkey's F-4 plane was an "accident, not an attack."

"An unidentified object entered our air space and unfortunately as a result it was brought down. It was understood only later that it was a Turkish plane," A Haber quoted Makdissi as saying in a translation of the interview. "There was no hostile act against Turkey whatsoever. It was just an act of defense for our sovereignty."

The plane went down in the Mediterranean Sea near Syria, and its two Turkish pilots remain missing. "What is important now is that Turkey and Syria are working together to find the pilots," Makdissi said.

Turkish President Abdullah Gul and other officials said Saturday that their government is trying to assess the exact circumstances of the incident and would take unspecified retaliatory steps accordingly. Gul conceded that Turkish aircraft may have unintentionally violated Syrian airspace.

It was not clear if Turkey was contemplating military retaliation, increased sanctions, or other possible steps, including demands for compensation or an apology. But Faruk Celik, the Turkish Labor and Social Security Minister, said his nation would retaliate "either in the diplomatic field or give other types of response."

"Even if we assume that there was a violation of Syria's airspace — though the situation is still not clear — the Syrian response cannot be to bring down the plane," Celik told reporters. "The incident is unacceptable. Turkey cannot endure it in silence."

Turkey has joined nations such as the United States in saying that Syrian President Bashar Assad should step down because of the uprising in his country that has killed thousands of people. Turkey also has set up refugee camps on its border for more than 32,000 Syrians who have fled the fighting.

Turkey said after an April border shooting incident — in which two people in a Turkish refugee camp died— that it would call on its NATO allies to intervene should it feel its security was being threatened.

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with military officials Saturday to assess what steps to take and to coordinate the search and rescue operation for the two missing pilots and the plane's wreckage, the Foreign Ministry said. The minister also met with Erdogan, but there was no announcement made after either of the meetings.

A Turkish official familiar with the meeting said Turkey was examining the plane's radar route and other flight data to ascertain whether the aircraft was flying over Syrian territory when it was shot down. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief journalists and would provide no further details.

On Friday, Syria said its forces shot down a Turkish military plane that had entered its airspace. The plane, an unarmed F-4, went down in the Mediterranean Sea about 8 miles (13 kilometers) from the Syrian town of Latakia, Turkey said.

In Baghdad, Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari said Saturday that the recent defection of a Syrian pilot to Jordan and the downing of the Turkish jet showed that the Syrian conflict could have far-reaching repercussions.

"Our main concern is the spillover of the crisis into neighborhood countries. No country is immune from this spillover," he said. "If this conflict were to turn into all-out sectarian or civil war, Iraq would be affected, Lebanon would be affected, Jordan would not be immune, (and) Turkey could be (affected)."

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said he was "greatly worried" by the incident, urged a thorough investigation and welcomed Turkey's cool-headed reaction in the incident's immediate aftermath.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was following the situation closely and hoped the incident would be "handled with restraint by both sides through diplomatic channels," a spokesman said. The Turkish government said the aircraft was a reconnaissance plane, not a fighter jet. Gul said it is "routine" for such jets flying at high-speeds to unintentionally violate other countries' air spaces for short periods of time. "Was that the case, or did (the incident) occur in our own air space? These facts will emerge," he said.

Syria claimed the jet violated its air space over territorial waters, penetrating about 1 kilometer (0.62 mile). It said Syrian forces only realized it was a Turkish jet after firing at it. Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc and other government ministers urged restraint. "We must remain calm and collected," he said. "We must not give premium to any provocative speeches and acts."

The leader of Turkey's main opposition party, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, said the downing of the plane was unacceptable, but he also urged calm. "All diplomatic channels must be kept open. We are expecting a coolheaded assessment of the incident," he said.

__ Associated Press writers Lara Jakes and Kay Johnson in Baghdad, and Juergen Baetz in Berlin, contributed to this report.





2 comments:

shamsadis said...

Syria tue negara Syiah kan...

Anonymous said...

Pemimpin dari mazhab Syiah, penduduknya majoriti Sunni..

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