Syrian VP Farouq al Sharaa defects to Jordan

Syrian VP Farouq al Sharaa  has defected from the Syrian regime about three days ago and is now in Jordan , informed sources of the Syrian opposition told the Lebanese Al Mustaqbal newspaper on Saturday.

According to the sources Sharaa went first to Daraa and this explains the heavy shelling by the Syrian forces  of this town which is the flash point of the revolution. From Daraa he was smuggled to Jordan on Friday with the help of the Free Syrian army .

If confirmed this was the same route that   former prime minister, Riad Hijab took when he defected to the opposition  earlier  month

  • wargame1

    The vice president defected long before but was under house arrest. 

    • bs244846

      this is a strategy by saoudi arabia to get rid of sunnahs because saoudi arabias royal family reign is threatened by the sunnas which are considered to be salafis hence they fuel them and send them to syria to be massacred hence you understand american tactic…assad should not fall because if he falls the royal family will fall…this will come in a second phase

      • breakthemould

         A very strange explanation. It does not make sense.

        • Patience2

           It’s just more ‘BS’.

        • bs244846

          well if you dont understand ask and you will be explained…dont do like that idiot who said it is just more bs….you know that most sunnah in syria are radical because they have been oppressed for years and saoudi arabia is now suffering from oussama bin laden like syndrome in other words the so called arab spring is going to sweep the royal family in saoudi arabia sooner or later…so in order to keep these sunna radicals busy and divert their attention from saoudi arabia, they created for them this syrian war…if you go back to history the whole issue of the palestinian cause was also a saoudi invention in order to keep radical sunnism busy with this war rather than direct its radicalism to saoudi arabia…now israel has managed to make peace with radical sunnism consequently they created other substitutes for the jews namely the christians in Lebanon, who unfortunately because of traitors like geagea were an easy prey and lost very fast and now they have another substitute namely the alawis and the shias and they are sending their radical sunnas to be killed there…dont forget sunnism is an expansionist political party in the sense they believe the whole universe belongs to them and they are fighting kouffars everywhere…i hope u r understanding a bit more…am sure the other idiot will say bs because he understood nothing

        • bs244846

          well if you dont understand ask and you will be explained…dont do like that idiot who said it is just more bs….you know that most sunnah in syria are radical because they have been oppressed for years and saoudi arabia is now suffering from oussama bin laden like syndrome in other words the so called arab spring is going to sweep the royal family in saoudi arabia sooner or later…so in order to keep these sunna radicals busy and divert their attention from saoudi arabia, they created for them this syrian war…if you go back to history the whole issue of the palestinian cause was also a saoudi invention in order to keep radical sunnism busy with this war rather than direct its radicalism to saoudi arabia…now israel has managed to make peace with radical sunnism consequently they created other substitutes for the jews namely the christians in Lebanon, who unfortunately because of traitors like geagea were an easy prey and lost very fast and now they have another substitute namely the alawis and the shias and they are sending their radical sunnas to be killed there…dont forget sunnism is an expansionist political party in the sense they believe the whole universe belongs to them and they are fighting kouffars everywhere…i hope u r understanding a bit more…am sure the other idiot will say bs because he understood nothing

      • breakthemould

         We could all do with a bit more commonsense and cool. A very rare commodity right now.  Or was this an error by saying right now?. It could be that we have always lacked both, sadly.

      • rossoferrari

         Koubla, wrong analysis…..Just face the facts, you always have a spin to avoid reality.

    • bs244846

      this is a strategy by saoudi arabia to get rid of sunnahs because saoudi arabias royal family reign is threatened by the sunnas which are considered to be salafis hence they fuel them and send them to syria to be massacred hence you understand american tactic…assad should not fall because if he falls the royal family will fall…this will come in a second phase

      • breakthemould

         We could all do with a bit more commonsense and cool. A very rare commodity right now.  Or was this an error by saying right now?. It could be that we have always lacked both, sadly.

  • wargame1

    The vice president defected long before but was under house arrest. 

    • bs244846

      this is a strategy by saoudi arabia to get rid of sunnahs because saoudi arabias royal family reign is threatened by the sunnas which are considered to be salafis hence they fuel them and send them to syria to be massacred hence you understand american tactic…assad should not fall because if he falls the royal family will fall…this will come in a second phase

      • breakthemould

         A very strange explanation. It does not make sense.

        • Patience2

           It’s just more ‘BS’.

        • bs244846

          well if you dont understand ask and you will be explained…dont do like that idiot who said it is just more bs….you know that most sunnah in syria are radical because they have been oppressed for years and saoudi arabia is now suffering from oussama bin laden like syndrome in other words the so called arab spring is going to sweep the royal family in saoudi arabia sooner or later…so in order to keep these sunna radicals busy and divert their attention from saoudi arabia, they created for them this syrian war…if you go back to history the whole issue of the palestinian cause was also a saoudi invention in order to keep radical sunnism busy with this war rather than direct its radicalism to saoudi arabia…now israel has managed to make peace with radical sunnism consequently they created other substitutes for the jews namely the christians in Lebanon, who unfortunately because of traitors like geagea were an easy prey and lost very fast and now they have another substitute namely the alawis and the shias and they are sending their radical sunnas to be killed there…dont forget sunnism is an expansionist political party in the sense they believe the whole universe belongs to them and they are fighting kouffars everywhere…i hope u r understanding a bit more…am sure the other idiot will say bs because he understood nothing

      • breakthemould

         We could all do with a bit more commonsense and cool. A very rare commodity right now.  Or was this an error by saying right now?. It could be that we have always lacked both, sadly.

      • rossoferrari

         Koubla, wrong analysis…..Just face the facts, you always have a spin to avoid reality.

  • ibzabz

    BS244846…stop talking utter nonsense…Read the reality as it is and not what you want it to be!

    • Patience2

       Sadly, when the ‘BS’ starts to flow, there’s almost no stopping it!

      • bs244846

        i understand it is sad for you for different reasons..one the uneducated is always saddened and frightened by knowledge, second what i say seems to be contradictory to your belief and convincing you to such an extent it saddens you last but not least i should be hurting you somewhere…dont we say truth hurts
        If i were you i would try to comply with my nick and try to be patient, try to learn, try to understand and foremost try not to be saddened by facts but on the contrary try to accept the truth with a smile regardless of how hard it is for you to accept…ultimately you cannot change the truth even if you call on your jewish friend zab, i presume it is zab in israeli it might be zib in lebanese or zob in saoudi…in Lebanon we say:””khidlak massit 7amoud””

        • Patience2

           And the flow goes on …………

        • Patience2

           And the flow goes on …………

        • bs244846

          ah my another one feeling flow of faeces on him….dont you saoudi guys know that the west has now soap? dont you ever wash with soap? why do you smell feacal matter all the time???

        • bs244846

          ah my another one feeling flow of faeces on him….dont you saoudi guys know that the west has now soap? dont you ever wash with soap? why do you smell feacal matter all the time???

  • ibzabz

    BS244846…stop talking utter nonsense…Read the reality as it is and not what you want it to be!

    • Patience2

       Sadly, when the ‘BS’ starts to flow, there’s almost no stopping it!

      • bs244846

        i understand it is sad for you for different reasons..one the uneducated is always saddened and frightened by knowledge, second what i say seems to be contradictory to your belief and convincing you to such an extent it saddens you last but not least i should be hurting you somewhere…dont we say truth hurts
        If i were you i would try to comply with my nick and try to be patient, try to learn, try to understand and foremost try not to be saddened by facts but on the contrary try to accept the truth with a smile regardless of how hard it is for you to accept…ultimately you cannot change the truth even if you call on your jewish friend zab, i presume it is zab in israeli it might be zib in lebanese or zob in saoudi…in Lebanon we say:””khidlak massit 7amoud””

        • Patience2

           And the flow goes on …………

        • bs244846

          ah my another one feeling flow of faeces on him….dont you saoudi guys know that the west has now soap? dont you ever wash with soap? why do you smell feacal matter all the time???

  • Prophettttt

    What is the likelihood of Bashar himself  following the footsteps of  his prime minister and his vice president(if his defection is confirmed) and defecting  from the Syrian regime,and joining the opposition group? 
    It sounds like a strange-some may call it stupid-question. The answer is that the military and security establishment will continue to fight in order to protect what ever is left of the Syrian regime.My point is that the Syrian regime is a regime built by,and designed to be a security and military regime only. The security and military establishments have been around since the  day Bashar was born. Military and security leaders will always remember the fate of Iraqi  military and security establishments,and will not give up easily. with or without Bashar, they will fight to death even if Bashar defected .

    • 5thDrawer

      Interesting thought, Prophettt.
      In a dictatorship, the dictator only survives because of the ‘security’ – not because of the love of all ‘his people’. My Armenian friend likes to say ‘The fish stinks from the head’, but in this case, after so many years of ‘one-family’ rule, there are a lot of heads. Some fish ‘flipping out’ of a crowded pan might be possible – even the one with the fattest head – but then, there’s the fire to contend with. 😉

  • Prophettttt

    What is the likelihood of Bashar himself  following the footsteps of  his prime minister and his vice president(if his defection is confirmed) and defecting  from the Syrian regime,and joining the opposition group? 
    It sounds like a strange-some may call it stupid-question. The answer is that the military and security establishment will continue to fight in order to protect what ever is left of the Syrian regime.My point is that the Syrian regime is a regime built by,and designed to be a security and military regime only. The security and military establishments have been around since the  day Bashar was born. Military and security leaders will always remember the fate of Iraqi  military and security establishments,and will not give up easily. with or without Bashar, they will fight to death even if Bashar defected .

    • 5thDrawer

      Interesting thought, Prophettt.
      In a dictatorship, the dictator only survives because of the ‘security’ – not because of the love of all ‘his people’. My Armenian friend likes to say ‘The fish stinks from the head’, but in this case, after so many years of ‘one-family’ rule, there are a lot of heads. Some fish ‘flipping out’ of a crowded pan might be possible – even the one with the fattest head – but then, there’s the fire to contend with. 😉

  • Prophettttt

    What is the likelihood of Bashar himself  following the footsteps of  his prime minister and his vice president(if his defection is confirmed) and defecting  from the Syrian regime,and joining the opposition group? 
    It sounds like a strange-some may call it stupid-question. The answer is that the military and security establishment will continue to fight in order to protect what ever is left of the Syrian regime.My point is that the Syrian regime is a regime built by,and designed to be a security and military regime only. The security and military establishments have been around since the  day Bashar was born. Military and security leaders will always remember the fate of Iraqi  military and security establishments,and will not give up easily. with or without Bashar, they will fight to death even if Bashar defected .

    • 5thDrawer

      Interesting thought, Prophettt.
      In a dictatorship, the dictator only survives because of the ‘security’ – not because of the love of all ‘his people’. My Armenian friend likes to say ‘The fish stinks from the head’, but in this case, after so many years of ‘one-family’ rule, there are a lot of heads. Some fish ‘flipping out’ of a crowded pan might be possible – even the one with the fattest head – but then, there’s the fire to contend with. 😉