Persian Gulf Countries Sending Secret Messages to Syrian President: We’re not against You
“King Abdullah did not want from the beginning to get involved in Syria, even if he wanted -as many Arabs do- to put a fast end to the military operations in Syria,” the source claimed.
In addition the paper revealed that “Bahrain had sent recently positive messages to Damascus, including a desire to help in calming the Syrian situation,” pointing out that “security lines extend from Manama to Damascus all the way to Tehran.”
In parallel, the royal family in Kuwait sent a message to Damascus in which it hailed all the initiatives of the late President Hafez al-Assad during the Iraqi invasion to Kuwait.
“The Islamic Movement pressure didn’t prevent some of those in power to say that al-Assad’s toppling is no more a choice,” Kuwaiti sources told “as-Safir”.
Moreover, the paper added that “the UAE started to think seriously of facilitating the mediation between the Syrian regime and the internal Syrian opposition inside.”
“We are aware of the impossibility of toppling the Syrian regime, and we want to actually stop the bloodshed,” UAE’s sources stressed to “as-Safir” highlighting that “there must be a serious dialogue between the al-Assad’s regime and the internal opposition of the interior, because that will give important signals.”
“We are ready to play this role,” the sources concluded.
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