GRAPHIC: Homs Countryside Massacre 20 September 2013

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Killing indiscriminately for the sake of killing in the name of promoting ‘democracy’ and ‘free speech’ is what Obama’s death squads’ only task.

FSA is the umbrella and under that name all ‘free’ ‘armies’ from all sides of the planet came to plant terror and spread carnage in Syria, is it democracy or Oil, Gas, Pipelines, Corporations, Bankers, and of course: Securing the ‘Jewish State of Israel’?

These crimes are paid for by and committed in the name of EACH WESTERN CITIZEN, especially those of USA, UK, France & their regional stooges.

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The Media the Ignores the Spread of Sharia Law in Yemen

A raft of gross and deeply disturbing abuses committed by an al-Qa’ida affiliate and Yemeni government forces during their struggle for the control of the southern region of Abyan in 2011 and 2012 must be the subject of impartial, thorough and independent inquiries, Amnesty International said in a new report out 04 December 2012.

Conflict in Yemen: Abyan’s Darkest Hour documents violations of the rules of war during the armed conflict between government forces and Ansar al-Shari’a (Partisans of al-Shari’a), an Islamist armed group affiliated to al-Qa’ida in the Arabian Peninsula.

It also details horrific human rights abuses committed in the governorate of Abyan and other areas in the south of Yemen during the rule of the Islamist group between February 2011 and June 2012, including public summary killings, crucifixion, amputation and flogging.

Recruited by Al-Qaeda: Foreign fighters in a Damascus jail tell their stories

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Raouchan Gazakov brought his family to Syria, taught his 5-year-old son to make bombs and bade farewell to his relative, a suicide bomber. RT’s Maria Finoshina talked to him in a Damascus prison and asked him why he came to fight for Al-Qaeda.

“A group called Murad approached me a year ago and convinced me that Muslims in Syria are being oppressed and killed, and that I should go and take up arms against Assad for world jihad,” Raouchan said in the spartan prison, where some 200 inmates are held – most of them jihadist fighters for Al-Qaeda or affiliated groups.  The prisoners’ fate is unknown, although it looks grim.

Raouchan says he sneaked into Syria last January through Turkey. In Istanbul, two men claiming to be from Al-Qaeda met Raouchan and accompanied him to Syria. There, he joined a large terrorist group run by an Egyptian jihadist.


“My job…

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