Sunday, 6 January 2013

Is it allowed for "Doha Collation" to be part of the Syrian political scene?

Is it allowed for "Doha Collation" to be part of the Syrian political scene? This collation has been formed by US ambassador to Syria, Ford, in a cooperation with some of US tools in the region , particularly  Qatar and Turkey. It replaced Istanbul collation which was formed in 2011 in Turkey.

The influence of Islamists in this collation has increased and it is considered as a political interface of the Islamists who intendto seize the power in Syria aided by the American project in the region and its plan to help Islamists across the Middle East to seize the power and form a collation with US.

"Doha Collation" is an American tool and it is used by US to put pressure on Syria. Any acceptance of this collation in the political scene of Syria means that US will have an influence on the Syrian political decision internally and externally. US have been demanding a lot from Syria either internally or extetnally. It demads privatization of the public sector internally and full transformation of the economy to market economy.

 It demands a break up of its relation with its historical allies in the region and the world. It demands a bias for its interests ignoring the own interest of Syria. The most dangerous US demand is the future of the Syrian oil and gas reserves in the Mediterranean and the future of its tansportation to the world.

US wants to seize these reserves and its transportation routes. "Doha Collation" mission is to help US to have an access to the decision makers in Syria. Accepting this collation in any future government will let US to have this access.

 Tunisians Protest against Tunisian government recognition of "Doha Collation":
A crowd of Tunisian citizens on Saturday staged a protest in Habib Bourguiba Street in the capital Tunis to express their rejection of the Tunisian government's recognition of the 'Doha Coalition' of the Syrian opposition. The protesters waved Syrian flags and chanted slogans against the Zionist project targeting Syria.



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