Finalmente appaiono… “i libici e i tunisini di al Qaida” in Siria!

Sarà sicuramente vero, se lo dice la tv di Stato siriana. Al Qaida e l’Esercito libero siriano lavorano a braccetto. Si coordinano. A rivelarlo sono ben tre terroristi stranieri: due tunisini e un libico.

Sulla prima pagina del quotidiano governativo Tishrin del 16 maggio 2012 appare in taglio medio il titolo: Tre terroristi confessano di essersi infiltrati in Siria dalla Turchia per compiere attacchi col coordinamento tra “al Qaida” e “l’Esercito libero”.

Finalmente il regime, dopo un anno di accuse di complotto straniero e di terroristi arabi presenti sul suo territorio, ha trovato il modo di fornire le prove.

Nei giorni scorsi, l’agenzia Reuters aveva intervistato una delle famiglie di altri (?) tre tunisini arrivati in Siria, tramite la Turchia, per sostenere la rivolta armata.

E il sito Syria-Politic, vicino al regime, aveva pubblicato lo scorso 12 maggio una lista di 26 combattenti arabi impegnati nel “jihad” in Siria. I tre che hanno “confessato” alla tv di Stato sono tutti presenti in questa lista.

Intanto leggiamo integrale la notizia dell’agenzia Sana in inglese, che trovate più dettagliata in arabo.

Three terrorists, one of them Libyan and the two others are Tunisians confessed that they infiltrated into Syria through the Turkish borders in order to carry out terrorist attacks in coordination with al-Qaeda and militias of so-called the free army.

Libyan terrorist Fahd Abdul-Kareem Saleh al-Freitis said in confessions broadcast by the Syrian TV Tuesday that he took part in the latest events in Libya, then he went to Istanbul in Turkey where he contacted with a person called Abu Ahmad, from al-Qaeda, who asked him to come to Antakya near the Syrian borders.

Al-Freitis added that he infiltrated into Syria on foot, later a car for Abu Ahmad took him to the Syrian port of Lattakia. “When we arrived in Lattakia, we stayed there for several days. Then we met Abu Ahmad who works with the free army to take us to al-Mujahedin,” the Libyan terrorist said.

Tunisian terrorist Osama Mukhtar Hazli confessed that he also went to Libya to participates in the events there. “When I was staying in Libya, one of my friends called Ridaa told me that he will go to Syria.. I told him that I wish to travel with him.. Later Ridaa came along with Sami and Walid,” Hazli added.

“We all went to Turkey where we phoned Abu Ahmad who pledged to guarantee our entrance to Syria.. He asked us to come to Antakya, he had relation with a person called Abu Talha who possesses a Jihadist group affiliated to al-Qaeda in Syria,” the Tunisian terrorist said.

“After entering Syria, we went to Lattakia and met Abu Ahmad who would take us to Abu Talha or the free army in order to travel to Idleb,” he added.

For his part, terrorist Majdi bin al-Ayashi al-Ayari, from Tunisia, confessed that he also went to Libya to take part in the fighting… later he joined a camp for al-Qaeda where he trained who to use weapons.

“Later, I went to Turkey where I contacted Abu Ahmad who told me to travel to Antalya… After arriving there, one of the persons took me by car and help me infiltrate into Syria… I went to Lattakia where a taxi for Abu Ahmad was awaiting me to get there,” Al-Ayari said.

He added “when we arrived there, they took us to one of the houses where I found several persons, of Arab nationalities… Abu Ahmad welcomed us and told us that one of the smugglers will take us in the next day to join al-Mujahedin.”