Update 1: Today at 12:00 we sent to the Ministry of Defence of two voice and one text message seeking comment. No response has yet been received.
Update 2: Another journalist, is published in the major media, said that his editors told him that no coverage of this situation should not be.
According to reports from the first hand, and the information provided by several sources in Jordan, in the past few hours foreign military groups, numbering several hundred people began to unfold around the villages near the town severoiordanskim Al Mafraq, which is adjacent to the Jordanian-Syrian border.
According to Jordanian military officer who asked to remain anonymous, in these areas over the past couple of days you can see the movement on the army transport hundreds of soldiers who speak non-Arabic language, and move back and forth from a military base in al-Mafraq (in 10 kilometers from the Syrian border), and near the villages adjacent to the border with Syria, in particular, close to population centers Albayedzh (5 km from the border), the area around the dam of Sarhan, the villages of Al-Zubaidi and Hahda near the border with Syria .
Another report received from our source in Amman, learned about placing additional command center in Al-Cush — a village near al-Mafraq.
Our Iraqi journalist source in London, gave the following information:
"Part of the strength of the American army, who last Thursday left the airbase Ain al-Asad in Iraq, did not return to his base in Germany, and in the evening were transferred to Jordan."
The above information was further confirmed by our correspondent and advisor Nizar Nayufom who interviewed an employee of the London Mission Jordanian Airlines:
"At least one U.S. aircraft carrying military personnel landed in the Prince Hassan Air Base, located about 100 kilometers east of the city of Al-Mafraq."
Earlier last week, Jordanian news websites reported that "Western officials requested the king to place on allowing electronic intelligence station in the north of Jordan (near the Syrian border) in order to contact representatives of the Syrian army and the supreme command of the Syrian in an attempt to persuade them to carry out a military coup or, at least, to rise up against the regime. "
Correspondent Nizar Nayof made the following statement on Al-Mafraq:
"Al-Mafraq air base in the past (in particular, in the 60's) has always been the starting point in the intrigues of Jordan, Britain and Israel against Syria. In September 1968, the Syrian commando Major Salim Hatoum, who fled to Jordan after a failed military coup, organized the camp and began insurgency against the then left-wing government of Syria. In the late 1970's and early 1980's, the Syrian Muslim Brotherhood and their military wing used the same base for its military confrontation with the regime of President Hafez al-Assad, during which their agents are trained Jordanian and Israeli intelligence agents, after which they were sent to the streets of Syria cities, blasting machines, and kill innocent people, thus undermining the foundations of the state. "
Nayof underlines the irony:
"I think history is repeating itself, but this time as farce … Last spring, dozens of soldiers who have fled to Jordan, were sent to the camp to the west of the Jordanian city of Salt, where the Israeli military intelligence officers interrogated them under the supervision of military intelligence Jordan. They needed to clarify issues related to the degree of development of the Syrian army, weapons and fitness, especially after 2006. "
We contacted our expert sources in the U.S. media and military intelligence, and they told us that the U.S. media has been told not to report on these events up until Tuesday 13 December.
Events continue to unfold, and we are waiting for further details and confirmation from our sources in Turkey and Jordan.