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What I am saying is the rape and torture perpetrated on behalf of the regime
I know Al Assad pays his intimidators about 200 dollars a day but what does he pay you two guys?
Originally posted by Rocketman7
reply to post by THE_PROFESSIONAL
So whats next then? Whats the next propaganda move beyond the rape and murder of 4 year old girls and 8 year old girls?
Where do you go from there? What about they are eating pork?
Rape and murder on the Empire State Building? I know I am not very good at this.
edit on 16-6-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by benrl
If true this is horrific, the abuse of women and children certainly will bring more heat on to the regime and crys of action from western countries.
The New York-based group also says that soldiers and pro-government armed militias have sexually abused women and girls as young as 12 during home raids and military sweeps of residential areas.
My question would be how accurate is the reporting that is coming out of syria, I am reminded of this thread from the Professional where he predicted this
My next prediction
"My next prediction is related to the Syrian conflict where there rebel terrorists backed by NATO forces are trying out oust legitimately elected Syrian President Assad. We have seen the various propaganda tricks in use. My next prediction is this trick to be used: Women being raped by Assads army forces or something about women being killed by his forces. Expect it within a few weeks up to a few months max. "
(visit the link for the full news article)edit on 15-6-2012 by benrl because: (no reason given)
Syrian Rebel Chief: Assad Working With al-Qaeda to Attack Govt Targets
Assad Attacking Himself to Make Rebels Look Bad, SNC Chief Claims
by Jason Ditz, May 11, 2012
There have still been no official claims of responsibility for yesterday’s massive bombings against a government building in the Syrian capital of Damascus, but the growing use of al-Qaeda style bombing tactics against the regime has caused considerable concern.
Addressing this issue, the rebel Syrian National Council (SNC)’s leader Burhan Ghalioun is pushing his own pet theory, that the Assad regime is in league with al-Qaeda and that they are bombing their own buildings to make the rebels look bad
The credibility of this claim is, needless to say, weak. Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has urged support for the rebels for months, and has been at odds with the Shi’ite Assad regime and their allies in Iran for decades.
Indeed, Jihadist organizations seem almost universally in the rebels’ camp, though it isn’t clear what formal links the various groups maintain with one another. Western officials didn’t seem to need the conspiracy theory anyhow, as they have uniformly condemned the regime for getting bombed in the first place.
Opposition leader claims attack was work of terrorists linked to Syrian president Bashar Assad
On Friday, Burhan Ghalioun, head of the opposition Syrian National Council, accused the government of cooperating with al-Qaeda to carry out the Damascus attacks, using the violence as a way to taint the uprising.
A day earlier, Syria’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Bashar Ja’afari, told the UN Security Council in New York that al-Qaeda, backed by unnamed foreign governments, was behind the attacks.
Late Friday, the leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah militant group and a strong Assad ally warned that attacks like Thursday’s could tear Syria apart. Sheik Hassan Nasrallah told supporters via videolink that the same hands that “destroyed and killed in Iraq … want to destroy Syria today.”