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NOTE: SyrianFreePress team and editorial staff do not necessarily subscribe every definition, point of view and statement expressed in these two articles, but simply wish to report them to emphasize the occurred events: the leaders of the terrorist groups have close contacts with the U.S. authorities, in Syria as in America, brazenly.
A senior figure from a Syrian terrorist group with links to al Qaida was allowed into the United States for a brief visit, raising questions about how much the Obama administration will compromise in the search for partners in the conflict.
Labib al Nahhas, foreign affairs director for the Islamist terrorist group Ahrar al Sham, spent a few days in Washington in December, according to four people with direct knowledge of the trip and who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of U.S. relations with Syrian rebels.
For months, Nahhas, serving as Ahrar’s ambassador to the outside world, has flown to foreign capitals and penned op-eds showing a willingness to work with the West, only to see his efforts undermined by the military wing of the group.
Last summer, only a month after Nahhas pledged Ahrar’s commitment to a “moderate” future for Syria, the group issued a statement praising the late Taliban chief Mullah Omar as the embodiment of “the true meanings of jihad and sincerity.”
AT THE SAME TIME, US official in charge of Middle East affairs, arrived on a surprise visit Saturday to Syria.
General Joseph L. Votel, commander of US Central Command, the top US official in charge of Middle East affairs, arrived unexpectedly on a visit to Syria Saturday.
The general (despite official statements of the facade: the fight against terrorism, against Daesh, for democracy, and similar nonsense bullshits…) traveled to several places in northern Syria to meet with military advisers working there and also met with leaders of various armed [terrorist] factions supported by the US, to assess what state is the fight against the Syrian people, their legitimate government in Damascus, and their Allies on the battlefields…