February 25, 2013 (LD) – Further indication of the depraved nature of the West’s campaign against Syria, and the depraved nature of its institutions, methods, and faux-NGOs, vindicating a growing trend of ejecting Western “journalists” and NGO’s from an ever increasing number of nations, it is revealed that a French photographer recently killed in Syria was embedded with terrorist militants in Idlib, northern Syria, and was working on behalf of the US State Department’s National Endowment for Democracy (NED) funded “Reporters Without Borders.”
A French photographer has been killed by flying shrapnel in Syria while covering operations of an armed opposition group.
The French government said today Olivier Voisin had been working for Reporters Without Borders near the northwestern city of Idlib.
Idlib, Syria, along with much of northern Syria is admittedly overrun by Al Qaeda. In fact, a recent Washington Post article stated that northern Syria was so overrun with Al Qaeda, that Western nations along with its Arab partners have decided to ship weapons in from Daraa in southern Syria. Of course, Daraa too is a long-time hotbed for extremist activity, including Al Qaeda, years before the so-called “uprising” even began.
UK media say SAS soldiers train armed rebels in Syria.
The British media have admitted that that former Special Air Service (SAS) soldiers are training leaders of armed rebels in Syria as reports said Britain has placed more than 600 troops on standby over the unrest in Syria
The Mail admitted that leaders of armed terror groups in Syria have been trained by former SAS soldiers as it claimed that the government of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad would be toppled within four weeks.
Furthermore, the newspaper said defence chiefs in Britain have put over 600 British soldiers on standby as part of contingency plans to evacuate British nationals from Lebanon saying the unrest in Syria could spill over into Lebanon.
This comes after British Foreign Secretary William Hague vowed to step up support for armed rebels inside Syria, a bid aimed at further fanning the flames of unrest inside the country.
Speaking with the state-run BBC on Friday 20 July, Hague said Britain should be acting outside the United Nations Security Council and intensify its work to support aggressive groups in Syria who target its government officials.
A terrorist bombing at the headquarters of the National Security Bureau in Damascus earlier this week claimed the lives of four senior officials including Defense Minister Dawoud Rajiha, Deputy Defense Minister Assef Shawkat, Security Chief General Hisham Ikhtiyar, and Assistant Vice President Hassan Turkmeni.
According to the accounts, FSA gunmen entered the city located in the Homs countryside and after securing it began killing people.
“The attack was carried out by a unit of armed fighters from Rastan, in which more than 700 gunmen were involved,” writes Marat Musin, a journalist with ANNA News. “They brought the city under their control and began with a cleansing action against loyalist (pro-Assad) families, including elderly people, women and also children.”