Zionists admit Imam Khamenei-led-axis of resistance won Syria battle

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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

hasan bashar nejad "Israeli" debkafile revealed that "March 5 has been set as the date for peace talks to open in Moscow between the Syrian opposition and al-Assad regime." This comes as the website admitted that al-Assad opponents lost the battle as his allies emerged victorious.

"> "Bashar al-Assad has taken his resignation off the agenda and insists on reserving the option to run again for president in 2014," the "Israeli" website stressed and noted that "he is backed in this by President Vladimir Putin." On the losing front, the news site highlighted "even the Syrian opposition appears to have tacitly bowed to this precondition - an admission that the rebel movement has reached its limit and al-Assad's tactics have paid off." "With all their acclaimed victories, rebel forces know that their desperate bid to conquer Damascus was repulsed by the Syrian army's superior fire power and heavy armor. They were thrown back from the heart of Aleppo, Syria's largest city. And they failed to gain control of al-Assad's chemical arsenal. Ferocious fighting failed to bring the big Syrian Air Force bases into rebel hands. Now, most of the fighting opposition to al-Assad regime is ready to negotiate terms for a ceasefire as the opening gambit for a political settlement," it stated. The debkafile further listed: - In so doing, al-Assad has cemented the Tehran-Damascus-Hizbullah alliance. - Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's's sphere of influence now stretches from the Persian Gulf up to the Mediterranean - his reward for the billion dollars' worth of aid per month he poured into buttressing al-Assad. - His other ally, Hassan Nasrallah, whose Hizbullah operatives fought shoulder to shoulder with Syrian troops, emerges as the strongman of Lebanon. - Russian President Vladimir Putin, al-Assad's staunch backer in diplomacy, arms and moral support, congratulates himself for picking the winning side in Syria's civil war and, moreover, frustrating US and NATO designs to remove the Syrian ruler from power. Those are the winners. Regarding the losers: - The losers are: the United States, the Gulf emirates and Saudi Arabia, Israel and Turkey. Barack Obama's vision of a democratic, liberal "Arab Spring" has collapsed. - Al-Qaeda is a ubiquitous presence as transitional governments struggle to their feet - or not - in Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. - "Israel" finds a tighter than ever Syrian-Hezbollah-Iranian noose closing around its borders as Tehran's nuclear weapons program marches on. - Turkey gambled heavily on bringing about al-Assad's overthrow as the key to its bid for regional power- and missed.

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