Syrian demonstrators in Damascus protest against the Arab League decision to suspend Syria's membership, November 13, 2011.
Informed sources in Syria say they have discovered a pre-fabricated US scenario for the country's future, seeking to wage war against the nation from various fronts, Press TV reports.
The sources said the US strategy includes attacks on Syrian diplomatic missions abroad. According to the American scenario, the Syrian opposition abroad would engage in taking over the country's diplomatic missions and use them as bases for directing and carrying out terrorist activities within the country.
The US plan is set to refer Syria to UN's human rights commission and the General Assembly on November 23 as well as the the International Criminal Court in an effort to formally declare the Damascus government as a "war criminal," sources say.
The American scenario also provides a role for Turkey in a NATO defense ministers' meeting, in which Ankara would be commissioned to move its forces across the Syrian border in an effort to establish a buffer zone inside Syria and facilitate the supply of weaponry and arms to the so-called 'contra forces' inside the country and trigger insurgency activities and potentially a civil war across the nation.
Wahhabi insurgents based in the Syrian city of Tripoli would then launch attacks on the border villages of the country.
Moreover, the Syrian sources said, the US scheme provides that the Israeli regime, along with Jordan, would also declare their readiness to engage in military operations against Damascus.
The latest discovery comes as the Arab League (AL) announced the suspension of Syria during an emergency session in the Egyptian capital of Cairo on Saturday and called for the imposition of sanctions against Syria.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem has described the AL decision as “illegitimate and dangerous.”
The Arab League has also proposed to dispatch an observer mission of 30-50 members to Syria in a supposed effort to end unrest in the country.
Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March, with demonstrations held both in favor of and against President Bashar al-Assad.
Millions of Syrians took to the streets in several cities across the country on Sunday to condemn the Arab League decision and its siding with US-led anti-Syria measures. Demonstrators also expressed their support for the government of President Assad.