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西側がヨルダンでシリア反政府勢力を軍事訓練 update4

CIAがヨルダンで訓練した者たちがイスラム国™になる。

首相、対イスラム国に積極関与を表明 ヨルダンに120億円支援

2015.1.19 08:02
 【アンマン=沢田大典】安倍晋三首相は18日午前(日本時間同日夕)、ヨルダンの首都アンマンでアブドラ国王と会談し、イスラム教スンニ派過激組織「イスラム国」対策として120億円(約1億ドル)の円借款による財政支援を表明した。イスラム国の周辺国は難民流入に悩まされており、日本も積極関与し「テロとの戦い」に賛同する姿勢を示す。

 首相は会談で「世界で起きている過激主義の流れを止めなければならない」と述べ、約62万人のシリア難民を受け入れているヨルダンを評価。難民支援のため国際機関を通じ約33億円(2800万ドル)相当の無償資金援助を新たに行うことも明らかにした。

 ヨルダンはイスラエルと平和条約を結ぶなど欧米諸国と良好な関係にある。地理的にもイラクやシリアと国境を接し、イスラム国対策の最前線となっている。

首相は17日のエジプト・カイロでの政策スピーチで「中庸が最善」と強調した。この発言は、穏健スンニ派王政で比較的安定しているヨルダンも念頭に置いている。スピーチでは、イスラム国対策として、ヨルダンのほかシリア、イラク、レバノンなど周辺国に約240億円(2億ドル)の支援を行うことも表明している。

 首相は18日午後(日本時間同日深夜)、政府専用機で次の訪問国イスラエルに入り、ネタニヤフ首相らとの少人数の首脳会談に臨んだ。

ありえねー。テロリスト養成に資金援助したな。 今年(2015年)から米軍がヨルダンでシリア反政府勢力の軍事訓練を強化してる。それに資金供与するあべし。

US troops training Syrian ‘moderates’ could top 1,000 – Pentagon

シリアでサリンを撒いたのは反政府勢力。

「オバマ政権はシリア反政府勢力の米軍による訓練を検討。現在もCIAがヨルダンで秘密訓練中だが、それを補強。」 ←とうとう化けの皮が剥がれた。

米軍による訓練は2年以上に渡る内戦でオバマ政権は反対。逆にCIAの秘密訓練なら問題なかったのか。なんだかなー。サリン撒いたのはCIAに訓練されたフリーダムファイターじゃね。

「CIAはシリアの反政府派から選抜したグループに通信装置を装備させ、湾岸諸国から調達した武器で武装させて訓練している。作戦を完了させるために数十人ではなく数百から数千人を訓練可能にする。」

上院が妥協案としてだした「米軍が戦闘行為をしない軍事介入」とは、シリアの反政府勢力を武装訓練して通信機器を装備させて送り込むってことか。後はドローンのように命令するだけ。

「米国防省は既にヨルダン軍と一緒に活動する訓練兵を含む1000人をヨルダンに投入済。必要とあれば米軍は年5億ドルの予算で数百から数千人のトレーナをヨルダンに派遣できる」としてる。

つまり8月21日のサリンはきっかけでしかなく、CIAは何年も前からヨルダンでシリア反政府勢力の武装と軍事訓練を行なっていて。通信装備までさせて命令はCIAがやってたということ。

米軍は既に臨戦態勢。しかしイラクとアフガニスタンと2010年のリビアの短期間の軍事介入とも違って、地中海の軍艦や潜水艦からクルーズミサイルを撃ち込むだけに限定されている。

「シリア領空に米軍のパイロットを送り込むことに興味はない。」シリア国内の攻撃目標が増えればシリア領空に入ることなく長距離射程の爆撃機を使うだけ。仏軍もクルーズミサイル装備可能な戦闘機をアラブ首長国連邦とジブチの基地に十数機配備中。

うげ。戦争だ。サリンもG20もきっかけでしかない。CIAが何年も前から動いてる。止められない。米軍はミサイルだけで我慢できるか。記事を読んでもなぜクルーズミサイルを撃ち込むのかがわからない。要するにミサイルを消費したいからか。軍事費を使いたいのか。

この記事は米軍(CIA)のオバマへの営業なんだ。こんな状況になってて、こんなオプションがあって、これくらい軍事予算かかりますって。

US officials: US considers training Syria rebels(2013/9/5)

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Obama administration is considering a plan to use U.S. military trainers to help increase the capabilities of the Syrian rebels, in a move that would greatly expand the current CIA training being done quietly in Jordan, U.S. officials told The Associated Press on Thursday.

Any training would take place outside Syria, and one possible location would be Jordan.

The officials said no decision had been made, but that discussions were going on at high levels of the government. It comes as the Obama administration prods Congress to authorize limited military strikes against Syrian President Bashar Assad's government in retaliation for a deadly Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack.

The proposal to use the U.S. military to train the rebels -- something the administration has resisted through more than two years of civil war -- would answer the demands of some lawmakers, including Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., to do more to train and equip the Syrian opposition. President Barack Obama in June decided to provide lethal aid to the rebels, but so far none of that assistance has gotten to the opposition.

Officials said Thursday that talk about a military training mission has increased but that there have been no specific Pentagon recommendations forwarded to the White House on how big it should be or how many troops it should involve.

The CIA has been training select groups of rebels in Jordan on the use of communications equipment and some weapons provided by Gulf states. The new discussions center on whether the U.S. military should take over the mission so that hundreds or thousands can be trained, rather than just dozens.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the plan publicly.

Any new training program conducted by the U.S. military would take time to put in place and likely would not begin until after any potential military action had been taken in response to the recent chemical weapons attack. It would require getting approvals from the host country, finding appropriate locations, getting the right number of personnel in place to conduct the training and setting up a vetting system to insure that instruction was not provided to any rebel groups that may not be friendly to the U.S.

The Pentagon already has at least 1,000 troops in Jordan, including trainers working with Jordanian forces. The U.S. left about a dozen fighter jets and a Patriot missile battery there after a recent training exercise.

Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has told Congress that the U.S. military would be prepared to do more training for the Syria opposition if needed.

In response to questioning Wednesday during a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Syria, Dempsey said he was "mostly supportive of helping the opposition by their development, by their training and equipping, not by becoming their military arm."

He provided more details in a July letter to Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., the chairman of the Senate Armed Services, in which he laid out military options in response to the chemical weapons attack. That letter was sent before Obama announced plans to go to Congress to seek authorization for military strikes in Syria that would be limited in time and scope and would involve no U.S. troops on the ground there.

He said the U.S. could provide between several hundred and several thousand trainers, with a cost of as much as $500 million a year, depending on how large the training mission became. Noting that it would require using "safe areas" outside Syria, he said the risks included "extremists gaining access to additional capabilities, retaliatory cross-border attacks, and insider attacks or inadvertent association with war crimes due to vetting difficulties."

In hearings this week, some members of Congress complained that the Obama administration has not done enough for the rebels, while others strongly opposed any American military involvement in Syria. Lawmakers warned Dempsey and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel that Americans are weary of war and are not willing to spend more money and risk more lives.

U.S. officials continue to say that any likely military action would be limited and bear no resemblance to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, or even the short military operation in Libya in 2010. Instead, it would center on cruise missiles fired from U.S. ships -- including submarines -- in the Mediterranean Sea.

There also is no enthusiasm for sending U.S. pilots into Syrian airspace. If additional military assets are needed in order to strike a larger number of targets inside Syria, the U.S. could use long-range bombers, which could fire missiles without crossing into the country's airspace.

France also has a dozen cruise missile-capable fighter aircraft at military bases in the United Arab Emirates and the Horn of Africa nation of Djibouti.

Associated Press

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