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Assad: West Cooperating With Syria Against ISIS

Says Countries Attack Publicly But Deal 'Under the Table'

by Jason Ditz, at antiwar.com
Speaking today in an interview for Australia’s SBS Network, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad confirmed that several Western nations, including Australia, have been directly, albeit secretly, cooperating with his government on the war against various Islamist factions.
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“They attack us politically and then they send officials to deal with us under the table, especially the security,” Assad noted, adding that they “only repeat what the United States want them to say.”
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Assad’s comments aren’t a complete shock, as several reports to this effect, including one in December by Sy Hersh, have been making the rounds throughout the war, suggesting that some in the US, particularly the Pentagon, have been keen to use allies as a back-channel way to share intelligence against ISIS and al-Qaeda with Assad.
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(So ISIS is purely a CIA Toyota vehicle....in service of the extremist messianic fringe of the Likudniks in Israel?

I am happy for the USA and for the world. One reads alternative news after alternative news that ISIS was a monster created by the Military Industrial Complex of the USA.....to generate profits for the MIC. If the likes of President al-Assad and Sy Hersh(the greatest credible investigative reporter in the world)...says that the Pentagon and other governments who purportedly side with ISIS with covert military drops and commando's are in reality helping Assad in Syria, then it is good news.

Then it means there will be no goose step towards war against Russia or China as well.

Then it means the folly of world war I will no longer be repeated, where a handful of MEN in the UK, France, Germany, Imperial Russia and the Hapsburg empire pull the rest of the world towards massive destructive war in the 21st century.

The world no longer relies on the words or deeds of a few good noble honorable men) 
Those reports have never been publicly affirmed before, however, let alone by someone as high-profile as the Syrian president himself. This policy of double-dealing is likely not to sit well with some parts of the US government, which have argued that the focus of the war should be fighting Assad and not ISIS.