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French P.O.W. in Syria

Discussion in 'News & Current Events (Articles Required)' started by katsung47, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    France’s secret war against the Syrian people

    By OzHouse On February 25, 2012 • voltairenet.org

    During the assault on the rebel stronghold in the Homs district of Bab Amr, the Syrian army took more than 1,500 prisoners, mostly foreigners. Of these, a dozen French nationals requested the status of prisoner of war, refusing to give their identity, rank and unit of assignment. One of them is a Colonel working for the DGSE transmission service.

    In arming the Wahhabi Legion and feeding it with satellite intelligence, France conducted a secret war against the Syrian army, which caused more than 3,000 deaths among the military, and more than 1,500 among civilians in ten months of fighting. ….

    France has sought Russia’s assistance to negotiate with Syria the release of its prisoners of war.

    France’s secret war against the Syrian people | OzHouse Alt News
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  2. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    Mainstream media reported this news 9 days later. Made it an old news. see the different tones in report.

  3. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

  4. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    This may tell you why Strauss Kahn (former president of IMF) was in trouble. His party leads over Sarcozy in coming president election. Sarcozy supports US' war in Mid-east. That's why Kahn is tarnished. A tactic to help Sarcozy to stay in his president seat.

  5. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    40 Turkish intelligence agents captured in Syria
    Sunday, February 19, 2012
    Western officials fear that Iranian military presence along with Russian aid could turn Syria into a center of international friction much worse than the struggle inside Syria. They fear that the control over actions in Syria will be taken over by a Russian-Iranian "partnership" which would exclude the European Union and Turkey and that U.S. involvement could be too late and inefficient.

    Turkey fears this development after a diplomatic crisis erupted with Syria when more than 40 Turkish intelligence officers were captured by the Syrian army. Over the past week, Turkey has been conducting intensive negotiations with Syria in order to secure their freedom, and Syria insists that their release will be conditioned on the extradition of Syrian officers and soldiers that defected and are currently in Turkey.

  6. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    The mind behind the curtain.

  7. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    When it's for US interest, they become freedom fighters, liberaters. Otherwise they are simply terrorists.

    Quote, "What are security forces supposed to do when armed gangs of thugs are running amok torching buildings, blowing up military vehicles, decapitating people in the street, slitting throats, raping women, slicing the breasts off girls and basically doing what they were and are still doing in Libya? See the pic. The UN backed peace plan calls on ALL sides in the conflict to lay down their weapons, which does not translate into the Syrian Government unilaterally pulling out of urban areas while the terrorists supplied by the FUKUS Axis (France, UK, US and Israel) run amok.

    One would like to see what the governments of these countries would do if thousands of Islamist terrorists were let on the loose perpetrating the crimes mentioned above. Why, the authorities would just stand back and do nothing of course. I don’t think so. Hell, the Occupy protesters were smashed around the head and kicked in by the US police for holding a peaceful demonstration. Imagine if they had been holding RPGs.

  8. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    30 March 2012 Last updated at 00:47 ET
    UK doubles aid to Syria opposition groups
    By James Robbins Diplomatic correspondent
    The UK is to double its non-military aid to opponents of President Bashar al-Assad's regime in Syria, Foreign Secretary William Hague has said.

    He said the extra £500,000 will help groups both inside and outside Syria.

  9. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    The Burial Brigade of Homs

    An Executioner for Syria's Rebels Tells His Story
    By Ulrike Putz in Beirut
    Human Rights Watch has condemned abuses committed by Syrian rebels in their stronghold of Homs. But one member of a rebel "burial brigade" who has executed four men by slitting their throats defended his work in an interview with SPIEGEL ONLINE. "If we don't do it, nobody will hold these perpetrators to account," he said.

    Hussein can barely remember the first time he executed someone. It was probably in a cemetery in the evening, or at night; he can't recall exactly. It was definitely mid-October of last year, and the man was Shiite, for sure. He had confessed to killing women -- decent women, whose husbands and sons had protested against Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime. So the rebels had decided that the man, a soldier in the Syrian army, deserved to die, too.

    Hussein didn't care if the man had been beaten into a confession, or that he was terrified of death and had begun to stammer prayers. It was his tough luck that the rebels had caught him. Hussein took out his army knife and sliced the kneeling man's neck. His comrades from the so-called "burial brigade" quickly interred the blood-stained corpse in the sand of the graveyard west of the Baba Amr area of the rebel stronghold of Homs. At the time, the neighborhood was in the hands of the insurgents.
  10. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    SYRIA: US-NATO Supported "Opposition" Commits Extensive War Crimes
    by Devon DB
    Global Research, March 20, 2012

    Finally, it should be noted that there are many similarities between the Syrian rebels and the Libyan rebels. The Libyan rebels launched a media propaganda war against Gaddafi, must like how Al Jazeera has lied about the ongoing events in Syria. In addition to this, much like the Syrian rebels, the Libyan rebels also committed war crimes.

    While there are those who may be pushing for intervention into Syria, they may want to rethink it the situation in light of this new information. The situation may end up much worse as the Libyan rebels were linked to Al Qaeda and the NTC is now going to enact Sharia law. We should not want the same fate for the people of Syria.

  11. differentDemocrat

    differentDemocrat Newbie

    Syria is a problem for the Syrians to deal with. America has run out of money and has been bled dry financially through needless foreign wars.
  12. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    May 9, 2012
    Brookings Announces Next Move in Syria: War

    After admitting UN peace plan was a ploy, Brookings predictably scraps it and begins promoting expanded military conflict
    Tony Cartalucci, Contributor
    Activist Post

    By the US policy think-tank Brookings Institution's own admission, the Kofi Annan six-point peace plan in Syria was merely a ploy to buy time to reorganize NATO's ineffective terrorist proxies and provide them the pretext necessary for establishing NATO protected safe havens from which to carry out their terrorism. In fact, Brookings actually stated in a recent report, "Assessing Options for Regime Change" (emphasis added):

  13. katsung47

    katsung47 Newbie

    Three Terrorists, a Libyan and Two Tunisians, Confess to Infiltrating into Syria to Carry out Terrorist Attacks in Coordination with al-Qaeda
    May 16, 2012

    DAMASCUS, (SANA)-Three terrorists, one of them Libyan and the two others are Tunisians confessed that they infiltrated into Syria through the Turkish borders in order to carry out terrorist attacks in coordination with al-Qaeda and militias of so-called the free army.

    Libyan terrorist Fahd Abdul-Kareem Saleh al-Freitis said in confessions broadcast by the Syrian TV Tuesday that he took part in the latest events in Libya, then he went to Istanbul in Turkey where he contacted with a person called Abu Ahmad, from al-Qaeda, who asked him to come to Antakya near the Syrian borders.

    Al-Freitis added that he infiltrated into Syria on foot, later a car for Abu Ahmad took him to the Syrian port of Lattakia. "When we arrived in Lattakia, we stayed there for several days. Then we met Abu Ahmad who works with the free army to take us to al-Mujahedin," the Libyan terrorist said