Chechen President: Terrorists In Syria Trained By NATO Special Services
April 1, 2014
West arms militants fighting in Syria – Kadyrov
GROZNY: The United States and Western countries train and arm terrorists fighting in Syria, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said.
“Blood of innocent civilians was shed in Syria yet again. Around 100 people died in the town of Kesab as a result of an attack by militants, who, as the Syrian authorities emphasize, came from Turkey. These were Armenians, native residents of Syria,” Kadyrov posted on his Instagram account.
“According to the official information, al-Qaeda militants from the so-called Front al-Nusra and Islamic Front groups participated in the attack on Kesab,” Kadyrov said. “I say with responsibility based on knowledge of the situation that these terrorists have nothing in common with Islam! They are not Muslims!” he said.
“How can they be called Muslims, if they destroy Islamic relics, including the Uwais al-Qarni relic?” the Chechen leader said.
“These terrorists are raised, armed, and nursed by the West, and trained by special services of NATO countries. They are carrying out the task of causing Syria to collapse and weakening Islamic countries,” Kadyrov said.
“Where is the democracy of Europe and the U.S.? Why are they silent? Why do they allocate hundreds of millions dollars, weapons and special means to bandits opposed to the legitimate Syrian authorities who are killing women, the elderly and children? How many more thousands of Syrians have to die so that NATO countries will stop supporting terrorists?” Kadyrov said.
“Amid this background daily statements and threats to introduce sanctions regarding Russia, which supported the results of the Crimean referendum and managed to prevent bloodshed on the peninsula, look simply blasphemous,” he said.
“The West does not recognize democracy and people’s will, if this will is not in the interest of the U.S., NATO and the European Union,” Kadyrov said.
Kadyrov said he offered his condolences to the families of those killed in Kesab and other Syrian cities.
It has been reported that several days ago militants fighting against the Syrian army shot at villages near Kesab at the Syrian-Turkish border, where Armenians mostly reside.