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وثيقة´أجنبية تثبت بأن حافظ الأسد مع عبد القادر الجزائري وابراهيم هنانو كانو اعضاء بالمحفل الماسوني العالمي Freemansonry


 

Nasr Al-yousef

رغم كرهي الشديد لمؤسس مملكة الرعب والإذلال – المقبور/ حافظ الأسد،
إلا أن المسار التصاعدي، الذي تمكن هذا المخلوق من سلوكه، أثار في نفسي الكثير من “الإعجاب” والتساؤل. ذلك أن هذا المخلوق نشأ في بيئةٍ جد بسيطة، ثم امتهن العسكرية، التي تتصف بـ”المباشرية”.
لطالما تساءلت:
– كيف تمكن هذا الضابط الصغير الانطوائي من خداع رفاقه وزملائه، الذين من المفترض أنهم لا يقلون عنه دهاء ومكراً؟
– كيف اهتدى إلى السبيل الذي – بواسطته – استطاع إيهام الناس بأنه يقيم “دولة القانون” (إعتماد دستور جديد كلياً، تشكيل جبهة وطنية تقدمية، تنظيم استفتاء لتوليه الرئاسة، و..).
– كيف تمكن من السيطرة على كل مراكز القوى، وتمرير التوريث بكل سلاسة؟

# الزيارة التي قام بها هذا المخلوق للعاصمة البريطانية، في أواسط عام 1965، وما تخللها من اختفائه عن أعين زملائه لمدة 48 ساعة، لم تقدم لي جواباً شافياً على كل تساؤلاتي.

# الاعتراف بوجود “مجلس مليّ علوي” لم يكن كافياً أيضاً لإرضاء فضولي.

# أما الآن، فأستطيع أن أقول أني عثرت على إجابة شافية على كل ما حيّرني من تساؤلات!

“الـمـــاســـــونــــيــــة” بكل ما تعنية، وبكل ما تملكه من تأثير على مستوى العالم، وقفت وتقف وراء تأسيس هذا “النظام” ووراء بقائه!!!

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Freemasonry in Syria
The British Counsel to the Ottoman Empire,
Sir Alexander Drummond
, opened a lodge in Aleppo (now in
modern Syria) on the 3 February 1748, but it would appear to have been short
lived. It
has been claimed
that
Drummond
was appointed District Grand Master (EC) for the Orient in 1747. There are also claims
that a Syrian prince, who was initiated in Egypt, introduced Masonry into Syria in the 1860s, but evidence
appears scant. The Grand O
rients of Italy and France established lodges at Damascus in Syria (then part of
the Turkish Ottoman Empire) in the 1860s, but details of both are sparse. The French lodge, Loge le Liban,
in particular, seems to have involved itself in political activiti
es.
The Italian and French lodges appear to have to expired by the turn of the century, although there are also
suggestions that Egyptian and Turkish
chartered lodges were working in Damascus by that time. There is
evidence of a lodge being formed in Da
mascus under the National Grand Lodge of Egypt in late 1936. This
lodge appears to have promptly split itself into three, whereupon they then formed a Grand Lodge of Syria,
under Egyptian patronage, although it may have only been a District Grand Lodge u
nder Egypt. These
indigenous lodges seem to have remained active, although they appear to have remained unrecognised
outside the country, until the Craft was banned in Syria by decree, on 9 August 1965.
The first Lodge in Beirut was established in 1862
under the auspices of the Grand Lodge of Scotland. The
Lodge number was 415. The language was French, but among the Masters who presided was the Consul
General of Great Britain, and the Lodge had a membership which encompassed many Syrian notables and
ma
ny foreigners. The Lodge went dormant in 1868 but renewed its activities and Charter in 1888. In
1868, another Lodge was established under the auspices of the French Grand Orient
5
. This time, the
language of the Lodge was Arabic. Many of the countr
y’s notables, literary figures, and government
officials were among the Brethren.
Scotland chartered Lodge Light in Damascus #1058, in 1909; and the Grand Lodge of New York had
Ibrahim el Khalil Lodge #4, formed in 1924, at the same location, under its Dis
trict of Syria
Lebanon.
Subsequent to the Second World War and Syrian Independence, as with the unrecognised lodges, these also
were closed in 1965. There was no change in this situation in the 1990s.
The Jesuits, who were among the most vehement opponen
ts, issued a religious newspaper “
The Herald”
for
the specific purpose of vilifying Freemasonry and to attack all creeds and beliefs with the exception of
Catholicism. In spite of all this, several other Lodges were established in Damascus, Homs, Aleppo,
Inab,
Alexandria, and Antioch. Most of these Lodges were under the auspices of the Grand Lodge of Italy. The
first Lodge in Damascus was established as a result of the efforts of the late
Prince Abdul
Kader El
Jaza’iri
, the Algerian patriot who found
refuge in the East after leading a revolt against the French in his
country. The Lodge was under the auspices of the Grand Lodge of Italy. The National Grand Lodge
AFAM of Egypt lists the Ebla Lodge No.1 working in Syria
Some Famous Syrian Freemasons
Abd El
Kader Ben Muhieddine
(1808
1883) was an Algerian Islamic scholar,
Sufi
,
political and military leader who led a struggle against the
French invasion
in the mid
nineteenth century, for which he is seen by some Algerians as their national hero. The
first Lodge in Damascus was established as a result of his efforts.
Midhat Pasha
(1822
1884) an
Ottoman Turk
was a dynamic, pro
Western, reformer and
statesman. In 1860 he was made governor of
Nis
, then governor of
Baghdad
. In 1871 the
sultan, appointed
Midhat
grand vizier
. Later in 1878, he was
appointed governor of Syria
but the sultan again ordered him to be arrested and banished



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