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Chossudovsky: It appears from the reports that the insurgency has been defeated. This is something we’ve known for quite some time. It’s been a progressive and continuous process.
And we should emphasize that this insurgency is a US-NATO-Israeli-sponsored terrorist operation, which is being defeated. And we should understand that this is a proxy entity of the Western military alliance recruited by NATO and its allies including of course Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey.
The Pentagon had ordered Photographing Syria’s Latakia Base Before Israeli Air Strike
On October 30th, Syria’s military base was rocked by a missile attack. Right after the report of explosions at the sire, social media exploded with posts alleging that Israel was responsible, though there was no immediate Israeli response.
Israel has declined to comment on the attack but less than 24 hours after the initial reports of several large explosions near Snobar Jableh a source within the Obama administration revealed to CNN’s Pentagon reporter, Barbara Starr, that Israel was responsible for the attack.
That leak prompted fury within the Tel Aviv regime.
But the DigitalGlobe photos and the fact that they were ordered by the US defense establishment, would strongly indicate that the US already had got the information it sought regarding the base and they were also tipped off about a possible strike.
Taken at 10 a.m., roughly nine hours before the strike, the photos show two possible targets: an upgraded and deployed battery of S-125 missiles and six very large trailers that could carry missiles.
The photos were first published by intelligence analyst Ronen Solomon along with a co-authored accompanying article in the magazine.
In May, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after ordering a series of strikes in Syria, flew to Sochi, Russia, to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Accompanied by his national security adviser and the head of the army’s military intelligence directorate, Netanyahu reportedly asked Putin to suspend the planned shipment of S-300 air defense system to Syria.
Israel has already carried out at least four airstrikes on Syrian soil so far this year.