Atrocities Committed by Syrian “Protesters”: Is This What We Fight For?
By Daniel Taylor
The American mainstream media has labeled Syria’s rebel army as down-trodden “protesters” since the civil war – sparked by CIA trained Al Qaeda forces being injected into the country – began over 2 years ago. The actions of these individuals are truly horrific. Senator Ted Cruz has denounced the Obama administration’s support of these Al Qaeda fighters, saying that the United States “is not Al-Qaeda’s air force.” Members of the U.S. military are also speaking out. Photos posted to facebook and twitter show soldiers holding signs proclaiming “I didn’t join to fight for Al Qaeda!” As shown by the articles below, the Obama administration has no moral authority to launch an attack on Syria. The Al Qaeda forces that have received the backing of the Obama administration have committed countless atrocities. Among these examples, evidence clearly shows – as reported by the Associated Press – that the rebel forces claim responsibility for the Syrian chemical attack.
A short list of Syrian rebel crimes:
“Al-Qaida-linked rebels launched an assault Wednesday on a regime-held Christian village in the densely populated west of Syria and new clashes erupted near the capital, Damascus…”
“Al-Qaeda linked terrorists in Syria have beheaded all 24 Syrian passengers traveling from Tartus to Ras al-Ain in northeast of Syria, among them a mother and a 40-days old infant.”
“The news release states, “The circumstances of the death are not fully understood. According to local sources, the monastery where Fr. Murad was staying was attacked by militants linked to the jihadi group Jabhat al-Nusra.””
“A shocking You Tube video shows alleged Syrian rebels testing chemical weapons on lab rabbits before making threats to use them against Syria’s pro-Assad Alawite population.”
“United Nations experts are investigating allegations that rebels killed dozens of Syrian soldiers in a village near Aleppo after they captured it from government troops, an incident that could amount to a war crime, the world body’s human rights chief said Friday.”
“Brutal pictures emerged from Syria of a small Shi’ite child who was hanged by rebel forces after his entire family had been murdered.”
An affiliate of al Qaeda in Syria has sent a stark warning to aid workers from the West who try to enter the chaotic country: You risk kidnapping or killing.