John Kerry dan Pemberontak Suriah

Pemerintah AS membantu trilyunan rupiah bagi para pemberontak Suriah.
Sepertinya tanpa bantuan AS, para pemberontak pada bubar karena tidak ada yang menggaji dan membelikan senjata… 🙂
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John Kerry memberi dana baru US$ 123 juta untuk pemberontak Suriah. Sekitar Rp 1,2 trilyun:
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington will double its aid to the Syrian opposition, providing $123 million in new funding. He made the announcement after a meeting of nations that back the opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country’s two-year-old civil war.


Total untuk Pemberontak Suriah US$ 250 juta (Rp 2,5 trilyun):
The United States is acting in partnership with the international community to assist the Syrian Coalition as it works toward building a post-Assad Syria. After meeting with the Syrian Coalition and other governments in Istanbul on April 20, Secretary Kerry announced the commitment of an additional $123 million in transition assistance for the Syrian Coalition and Syrian Military Council, bringing the total to $250 million.

Ini diluar bantuan kemanusiaan Rp 5 trilyun:
bringing total U.S. humanitarian assistance for those affected by the violence in Syria to nearly $510 million.

US State Department: Washington Committed to Further Funding for Syrian Opposition

Jun 4, 2013

The U.S. Department of State stressed that it is committed to further funding for the “armed opposition” groups and it has no intention to cut off money to them.

Many Western intelligence reports, including from the US, admitted that the money which goes to the so-called “Syrian opposition” mostly ends up in the hands of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist group with links to al-Qaeda.

U.S. State Department Spokesperson, Jen Psaki, affirmed that has already provided the “opposition” with USD 123 million and is now studying the most effective means to provide additional USD 127 million.

She denied media reports on Washington withholding the provision of a sum of USD 55 million to the “Syrian opposition”, stressing that the US is continuing support for the opposition.

A lot of information has revealed the scale of the U.S. involvement in supporting the terrorist groups in Syria. The Washington Post highlighted in several articles the role of the CIA in directing the crisis in Syria in the interest of Washington and exchanging information with Saudi Arabia and Qatar- both Gulf states that have been providing the terrorists with weapons.

On the possibility that the assistance to the “opposition” would be withheld in case it failed to participate in the international conference due on Syria in Geneva, Psaki said the U.S. State Secretary, John Kerry, is confident that the “opposition” will attend the conference.

The “Doha Coalition” has set preconditions to participate in the international conference, which drew criticism from Moscow that considered the Coalition was putting obstacles in the path of holding the conference and finding a political solution to the crisis.

Kerry Promises to Double US Aid to Syrian Opposition

April 21, 2013

Dorian Jones
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, right, Turkish FM Davutoglu, center, and Syrian opposition leader Moaz al-Khatib pose for photos after a “Friends of Syria” group meeting, April 21, 2013, in Istanbul, Turkey.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Washington will double its aid to the Syrian opposition, providing $123 million in new funding.  He made the announcement after a meeting of nations that back the opposition to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country’s two-year-old civil war.

In a joint statement by the 11 countries attending the Friends of Syria meeting in Istanbul, extreme concern was expressed over the Syria conflict and condemnation for the brutal campaign of the Syrian regime.  But U.S. Secretary State John Kerry, at a press conference Saturday, said they were all still committed to a political solution.

“I was pleased to today continue our discussion with our allies.  They share the view we should have a peaceful transition,” Kerry said. “That’s the first priority of everybody.”

The attending countries welcomed a statement released by the Syrian opposition in which it pledged not to seek retribution in a post-Assad Syria and that a future Syria would be pluralistic and democratic.  They also expressed opposition to extremism.  There is growing concern among Western countries over the presence of al-Qaida-affiliated groups within Syrian rebels forces.

The meeting fell short of Syrian opposition calls for military intervention and the lifting of the arms embargo against it.  Several Western countries, including the United States, oppose such a move, with fears that the arms could end up in the hands of radical groups.  Secretary Kerry reiterated the U.S. commitment to non-lethal aid but left open the door to a change in policy if political efforts to end the conflict fail.


“But if we can’t we are all committed to continue to support the Syrian opposition, and there would have to be further announcements about the kind of support that would be in the days ahead,” he said.


Steps were taken by the attending countries to bolster the legitimacy of the Syrian opposition.  A commitment was made that all humanitarian aid will in the future be directed through the Syrian Free Army.



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