Qusayr was a debacle for the West and Israel: Aftershocks in Lebanon, Golan and Gaza Strip

Syrian troops capture al Qusayr

Syrian troops capture al Qusayr

The Syrian rebels’ defeat in the key town of al Qusayr, Wednesday, June 6, was also a major strategic debacle for the US, Israel and Western Europe, the price they paid for leaving allied Syrian-Hizballah troops orchestrated by Iranian officers a clear field to win the day. The Syrian-Hizballah machine is now ready to capitalize on its victory and roll into Aleppo and southern Syria to extinguish rebel resistance there too. Israel is next in its sights.

Five months ago, on February 26, an exclusive DEBKAfile video report, entitled “Bashar Assad, Ali Khamenei, Vladimir Putin and Hassan Nasrallah Have Won the War,” revealed how step by step Bashar Assad was turning the tide of war and recovering the initiative, backed by a broad alliance of Russia, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Hizballah.

This alliance is already at work building on its success – not just in the Syria conflict, but beyond its borders too.

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has posted 20,000 troops on the Syrian border to seal it off against the passage of Sunni and al Qaeda reinforcements for the Syria rebels. Iraqi commandos are preparing to launch raids against al Qaeda-linked forces in eastern Syria. The Nusra Front, for instance, appears to have vanished from the battlefield and keeping a low profile.

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One Response to Qusayr was a debacle for the West and Israel: Aftershocks in Lebanon, Golan and Gaza Strip

  1. rogerunited says:

    If forced to choose, I support Assad because he doesn’t want to exterminate the Christians, so this is good news.

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