Al-Dawa Egyptian salafist group has published a picture of the Bahraini martyr Ahmad Farhan on one of its posters to urge donors to support what it called the “Syrian revolution”.
The group has chosen the picture of martyr Farhan while he was carried by one of the demonstrators to be at the top ads of its media campaign, titled “the one Ummah campaign for the relief of our brothers in Syria.”
Farhan was killed in the island of Sitra, south of the capital Manama, a day after Peninsula Shield Forces entered the country in March 2011.
The slogans of “Syria never bows down,” and “we accept alms for the poor of Syria,” have been also written on the poster.
Martyr Ahmad Farhan, 30, was killed by the Peninsula Shield forces in March by a live bullet which blew his head. Al-Khalifa security forces also arrested the citizen who then brought him to the hospital.
According to Syrian Tube, the Syrian Arab army pursued the terrorists and mercenaries to the borders with Turkey. They killed over a hundred and the rest fled to Turkey. Video shows terrorists and mercenaries crossing the Turkish border above the eye of the Turkish authorities. These terrorists returning with weapons in Turkey and are treat Turkey in hospitals.
CFR member, United Nations propaganda asset and “special envoy” Angelina Jolie has been sent to Jordan to bring attention to the squalid conditions at the Zaatari refugee camp.
“UNHCR spokesman Ali Bebe says the Hollywood star arrived Monday and is to visit Jordan’s first tent city for Syrian refugees on Tuesday morning,” the Associated Press reports.
Jolie will be accompanied by U.N. refugee chief Antonio Guterres and Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh. Guterres is a former prime minister of Portugal and leading member of the Socialist International and a Bilderberg attendee.
Zaatari is one of a number of Syrian refugee camps in the Jordanian desert. The U.S. and its asset run by the CIA and Britain’s MI6, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), recruit fighters from the camps for the ongoing effort to depose Bashar al-Assad and install a more globalist friendly entity in Syria.
“Jordan has rejected several requests by the Assad government for the extradition of [Syrian government] defectors and has allowed entry to hundreds of Syrian rebels who move freely around the country,” the Times of Israel reported in August. Continue reading →
The Independent Newspaper has released an article “First, Stop Syria’s war spreading”.
The article deals with the armed conflicts occurring between the Syrian Army and the rebels of Free Army.
Syrian Army forces are under continuous attack, the Newspaper stated.
There is no any sign that the Syrian Government, Leadership or regime imploding, despite the defection of the Prime Minister and the assassination of key security leaders.
The situation is very different from Libya, where Muammar Gaddafi’s support suddenly collapsed a year ago under the weight of NATO air attacks and its own isolation rather than pressure from the insurgents. Continue reading →
In an article about France urging Syrian rebels to form a provisional government, the New York Times scrubbed a passage which revealed that the CIA was helping funnel arms to rebel groups that have aligned themselves with Al-Qaeda terrorists.
Version three of the story, posted at 19:45:05 UTC yesterday and entitled France Says It Would Recognize Provisional Syrian Government, included the line, ” American intelligence agents have helped funnel arms to rebel groups.”
However, fifteen minutes later the revelation that the CIA was arming the rebels was removed and replaced Continue reading →
Soldier prepares to fire what is described as a full-dimensional protection weapon – the Stinger missile. Stingers are classified by the military as MANPADS or Man-portable air-defense systems. Credits: freerepublic.com
The FIM-92 Stinger is a personal portable infrared homing surface-to-air missile (SAM), which can be adapted to fire from ground vehicles and helicopters (as an AAM), developed in the United States and entered into service in 1981.
Used by the militaries of the US and by 29 other countries, the basic Stinger missile has to date been used in several dozen attacks against civilian aircraft.
According to some reports over 20,000 Stinger Missiles “disappeared” in Libya and nobody knows where the missiles went or who has them Continue reading →