米軍が撤退するISIS車両を攻撃 意向に反したISISのグループを殺害して見せしめにした: ずくなしの冷や水

2017年09月01日

米軍が撤退するISIS車両を攻撃 意向に反したISISのグループを殺害して見せしめにした

この記事は極めて重要な内容を含んでいます。米軍がその強い影響下にあるISISの戦闘員を米軍の意向に反したと見れば爆撃して殺戮しています。
@ ISISがシリア・レバノン国境付近で戦っていましたが、ヒズボラなどの攻勢により孤立しました。
A このためISIS戦闘員の指揮者がレバノン軍と交渉し、シリアの他の地域への安全な移動の保証を求めましたが、当初レバノンは拒否しました。
B 結局ヒズボラとの交渉がまとまり、ISISが移動を開始したところを米軍が空爆しました。
C 次の記事で、米軍は「我々はヒズボラ、ISIS、シリア政府間の合意の当事者ではない」と述べていますし、「和解不可能なISISテロリストは、イラクの同意なしにシリアからイラクの国境まで往来するのではなく、戦場で殺されるべきだ」とし、ISISの戦闘員がイラクに入ることを阻止するためだったとシリア国内での空爆を正当化しようとしています。シリア政府は、領内での米軍の軍事活動を許容していません。
D 記事にあるように1年前にはマンビジでテロリストの撤退を米軍が許容していますから、今回の撤退の前年との違いをあげればヒズボラとの合意による撤退だということです。
E 米軍は、その意向に沿わない和平・降伏などの対応をしたISIS戦闘員は殺し、一方でラッカで劣勢になったISISの指揮者クラスをヘリコプターで脱出させています。
F 米軍がモースルやラッカで民間人を殺害しているのは、イラクやシリア政府軍の攻撃をやりにくくさせるためにISIS戦闘員のための人間の盾を確保するためなのではないかと管理人は考えてきましたが、間違いないでしょう。ISIS支配地域では、ISISの狙撃と米国主導軍による空爆の恐れから避難できずに閉じ込められている市民が多く、悲惨な状況になっています。
G ISISの首領、バクダーディの死亡について説教の際に触れたバクダーディの側近がそれを理由として殺害されたとされており、バクダーディの死亡は確実なのにISISが崩壊しないのはなぜでしょう。
バクダーディは所詮飾り物です。イラク、シリアでISISが敗退を続けている中、後任を選んでいるような暇はありません。ISISの戦略司令はバクダーディやその側近ではないのです。
H 米国主導軍は、ISISの崩壊が見通せる段階になってもシリアの北部の空爆などを続けていますし、基地を設営しようとしています。米国主導軍による空爆は、人間の盾の確保とインフラの破壊を狙ったものです。社会経済が混乱すれば、また政権転覆の機会がありうると見ているのでしょう。
I ロシア空軍はISISが最後の砦として死守しようとしているデリゾールに集結するISISの重車両などを1台ごとに破壊しています。米軍は、ラッカからISISを南部バルミラ方面へ移動させようと試み、シリア政府軍の配置などの偵察情報をISISに提供したとされています。この目論見は失敗しました。
J 海外の人達は、このようなイラク、シリアでのISISと米国との深い関係を見抜いています。米国はアフガニスタンに11,000名もの兵士を送り込んでいますが、アフガニスタンは和平を達成するためにロシアの力を借りたいと表明しています。
K MSMの流す虚構を信じているのは日本人だけです。

RT2017/8/30
US targets ISIS convoy that agreed to leave Lebanon under Hezbollah deal
The US-led coalition said it has bombed ISIS vehicles on their way to join a convoy of other ISIS members traveling from the Syria-Lebanon border towards Iraq under a deal brokered by Hezbollah, adding that it will not allow the terrorists to escape.

Coalition aircraft have struck "vehicles containing Islamic State fighters" that were moving towards the convoy's location, Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Colonel Ryan Dillon said in a statement on Wednesday.

“We are not party to any agreements that were made by the Lebanese Hezbollah and ISIS or the (Syrian) regime,” Dillon told AP.

Earlier, the coalition bombed a bridge and the road in the convoy's path to prevent it from reaching the area held by IS (also known as ISIS/ISIL) in eastern Syria.

Any strikes "will be in accordance with the law of armed conflict," Dillon said.

The government in Damascus has repeatedly called coalition operations in Syria, carried out without its consent, a violation of Syrian sovereignty.

Hezbollah – a Shia Muslim political and military organization in Lebanon which the US has designated a terrorist organization – had brokered an agreement with IS militants, giving them a safe passage from an enclave on the Syrian border with Lebanon to IS-held territory near the border between Syria and Iraq.

The convoy carries 308 militants and 331 civilians, according to Hezbollah.

“Irreconcilable ISIS terrorists should be killed on the battlefield, not bused across Syria to the Iraqi border without Iraq’s consent,” tweeted US Special Envoy for Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, Brett McGurk, who also spoke for the coalition’s efforts under the Obama administration.

“Our coalition will help ensure that these terrorists can never enter Iraq or escape from what remains of their dwindling “caliphate,” McGurk added.

Several critics have responded to the official’s tweets, noting that US-backed Syrian fighters gave IS terrorists a safe passage out of the city of Manbij last year.

“The agreement to let the Islamic State militants escape likely saved hundreds of civilians held by the fanatical fighters, even though it allowed some Islamic State militants to escape,” USA Today cited a senior US defense official last August.

The Trump administration, however, said it changed its tactics in the fight against the terrorist group.

“[Trump] directed a tactical shift from shoving ISIS out of safe locations in an attrition fight to surrounding the enemy in their strongholds so we can annihilate ISIS,” Defense Secretary James Mattis said in May.

He explained that by “taking the time up front to surround these locations, instead of simply shoving them from one to another” coalition forces are able to “carry out the annihilation campaign so we don’t simply transplant this problem from one location to another.”


FARSNEWS2017/9/1
No Target Is Off-Limits: Why Is US Killing Entire Families in Syria Evacuation Program?
TEHRAN (FNA)- According to US Central Command (Centcom), US warplanes have attacked a major east-west highway in Syria, to prevent a Red Crescent-led evacuation program which is taking ISIL fighters and civilians out of the Syria-Lebanon border area to Deir Ezzur under a ceasefire deal with Syrian government and Hezbollah.

After ISIL lost all of its territory in the border region, they negotiated an evacuation deal with the allied forces involved. The US, however, insists that it is not a party to the deal, and feels justified attacking the highway to stop the convoy as a result. The buses are said to contain militants, their families and civilians. The US insists on all of them being killed instead of delivered to Deir Ezzur.

The convoy is now effectively stuck smack in the middle of Syria, with no easy way to move on to their intended destination. Centcom Spokesman Col. Ryan Dillon insists the convoy is still being monitored, and that the US would not rule out attacking the buses in the future if they believe it’s appropriate to do so. Dillon goes on to slam Russia, who appears wholly uninvolved with this whole evacuation process. He says the fact that Russia doesn’t actively prevent the convoy from leaving proves they aren’t serious about fighting ISIL. Actually. It’s the other way around:

- The War Party in Washington is not happy with the way things have turned out in its regime-change program in Syria. Its terror proxy forces were supposed to depose the government but now just want to get out of the conflict zones while they can – saving themselves and their unfortunate families.

- One way or another, peace will prevail. After that the world will find out how the US and company aided and abetted various terrorist groups in the war-ravaged country – when they talk to the cameras. ISIL and other terror proxy forces have either been killed or surrendered territories. Their remaining fighters, along with families and civilians are now being evacuated into the Deir Ezzur province.

- For many reasons, US officials are expressing outrage at the deal, and indeed at the notion of any deal. This is not because as US Special Envoy Brett McGurk demands, “All of the ISIL fighters should be killed on the battlefield, and that busing is inappropriate for them.” The US wants them to stay and terrorize. This way they can continue the profitable war of attrition against Syria and its allies Iran, Russia and Hezbollah. It gives US perfect excuses to occupy Syria, bash Iran, and sell new weaponry to regional client states, mainly Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

- The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of those who have won the war. The allied forces of Iran, Syria, Russia and Hezbollah have won the war. The evacuation program is not intended to give a new breather to the terrorist groups. The whole idea is based on humanitarian grounds and giving them the chance to change course. There is still room in Syria for those who regret being part of a foreign-backed regime-change war. If they lay down arms and surrender, they and their families can have the chance to live in post-ISIL Syria.

Where this leaves the evacuation program is unclear, as the US seems to be holding out for the massacre of ISIL fighters, their families and civilians on the buses, and has threatened to attack the buses if they try to find a new route around the giant hole US warplanes have created in the highway they are traveling on. But one thing is certain:

The United States is killing entire families in Syria, and enabling Saudi Arabia to do the same in Yemen. In the first week of fighting in Raqqa, UN war crimes investigators warned that the US had already killed 300 civilians from air strikes alone. Rather than heed that warning, the US has continued the same strategy of pounding Raqqa into the ground despite the likelihood of civilian casualties. Not to mention that President Trump has relaxed the rules surrounding air strikes earlier this year, meaning military generals on the ground can call in airstrikes from the ground with zero oversight.

The result is that entire families, and not just ISIL families, are being massacred by US-led air strikes almost everywhere. The scale of things could increase significantly, if the War Party tries and derails the ongoing evacuation program. The program has come to the fore because America’s remaining terror proxies are not willing to fight to the death. There are very few die-hard ISIL supporters, and there are many witnesses and activists who have reported incidents of widespread civilian deaths at the hands of US air strikes.

This makes it incredibly difficult to believe that Washington is taking the utmost care to protect civilians in Syria. At a time when Amnesty International and human rights groups release evidence condemning the US for killing civilians in an indiscriminate fashion, are we just supposed to take their word for it?

As horrifying as the terror being inflicted on Syria is, what is occurring right now is not taking place in isolation. The US is delivering this disturbing criminality all over the region. In Yemen, the Saudi-led coalition, which is armed, trained, and protected by the US and the UK, is doing the exact same thing. These kinds of attacks seem to be occurring daily, and no target is off-limits for the war criminals - even their own terror proxies and entire families.
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