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Syria took a scathing swipe at Britain on Sunday over the British position on Syria and the latest statements made by its Foreign Secretary, condemning Britain’s “political hypocrisy”.
In two letters it addressed to the UN Secretary General and Chairman of the Security Council, Foreign and Expatriates Ministry dismissed the escalation in the “brazen” attitude of some British officials on the situation in Syria, including those of the Foreign Office.
The British government, they said, has no right to peach to others about democracy, human rights and combating terrorism when it itself has employed all its capabilities and brought into play its “colonialist experience” in providing all forms of support, including financially, militarily, politically and media-wise, to the terrorist organizations in Syria.
The fact that the British government has sent terrorists and extremists to Syria, such as its national “John, the ISIS Slaughterer”, and harbored over tens of years others like Abu Qatada and Omar Abdel-Rahman reveals Britain’s “political hypocrisy and the falseness of its claims about promoting democracy, fighting terrorism and protecting human rights,” according to the letters.