"Syrian rebels try to use prisoner for suicide bombing" video removed by BBC and NYT

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posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 07:31 AM
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Yesterday BBC reported about Syrian rebels using prisoners as suicide bombers. New York Times journalists were spending few days with Syrian rebels. During that time rebels captured one member of pro-Assad militant group Shabiha. In the video they treat him well and respectfully but just so that they could trick him into driving car bomb to the Syrian army checkpoint.

Video was published on the following link: BBC

Headline was "Syrian rebels try to use prisoner for suicide bombing" but as you can see it was removed very quickly. Still some people were fast enough to download the video and share it on the internet.

Here is the video:


Infowars also made video about this:


Personally i am not suprised to see this tactics used by rebels but i am suprised that BBC and NYT decided to publish this. I guess someone didnt like it so they were forced to remove it very fast.




posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 07:49 AM
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it just add fuel to the fire that these'rebels' are really alqueda.Same scumbags as Libya,Iraq and Afghanistan.
This tells me that there is something far wrong with the Wests agenda.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 07:53 AM
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It amazes me how increasingly worse this will look for the US.

Syrian rebels committing executions and now utilizing prisoners as suicide bombers. This is getting sick. Would not be surprised if the US starts backing away from its "commitment" to the rebels.

From the video

"We are all going to Martyrs’ eventually"

Did not know the US was in the habit of using martyrs for its causes.

My opinion has definately changed since the beginning of the conflict.
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posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 07:58 AM
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This terrorist rebel army supplied by the west, are nothing but a bunch of murdering scumbags. Al cia da at its finest, fighting for democracy. Utter scum bags and the west have the nerve to arm them with stinger missiles. As a brit I hope that these Al cia da scum, use them to drop a jumbo onto downing street. Give camoron and his buddies a bit of their own medicin.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 08:22 AM
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Thank you for the input guys. I agree with all of you. After news like this more and more people will realize who is the real terrorist here and western leaders will lose their legitimacy (if they already didn't).

I only hope this ends as peacefully as much as it can and that Syrian people get to decide their future for themselves.
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posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 09:04 AM
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Wow it looks like some of you are on the verge of seeing the truth.

There is no massive organized banned of evil doers trotting around the globe trying to murder you. But the thought of that is pretty scary right?

This is a book right out of the Mossad guide to being a douche. Justify your actions because of threats from your enemy. If no enemy exists, create one. Israel did that through military and economic means, creating enemies out of the countries around them (those who weren't already enemies).

The "West" is doing it by important and funding local militia and terrorist groups, to destabilize countries as the justification for intervention.

Problem, reaction, solution. Man I hate when Alex Jones is right.

Problem : government is mistreating it's people and they want revolution
Reaction : the west supports the aim to "free and liberate" the people
Solution : The west " intervenes" with military force, expanding their global dominance, capturing resources, and installing a pro west puppet government.

It's been going on forever and will continue to work, every damn time.

And no, I'm not at all suggesting the Syrian government is legitimate or friendly, or humane.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 09:09 AM
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It will continue to look worse for both the US and UK untill there is a legitimate government in the USA and not a mafia run banker occupation. The world will not survive if we continue to let the US government and UK government commit these war crimes.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 10:28 AM
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I think that they have few tactics. One is to "free and liberate" the people by open occupation, other is paying proxy groups to do the job instead of them. But in this case rebels are too weak to overthrow government so i guess NATO will have to move in if they want their plans to work out. Still i hope they will not attack Syria.

In the same time they are putting economic pressure on Iran. Before that they have occupied Libya and enslaved it economically.

Tactics may differ but goal is always the same.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 10:59 AM
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So WHO is the LAW in Syria today?

From WHO can Syrians seek justice today?

The HumanSlayer Assad? When he had butchered MERCILESSLY tens of thousands of unarmed innocent men, women and children for months and continued hideously to do so, till the sheeps decided to fight back?

Go blame the sheeps for fighting back, for determining their own justice, against those whom were considered the most barbaric of Assad's monsters - the Shabiha, who in plainclothes, had long bullied, tortured and slaughtered innocent humans.

And do say thanks to the HumanSlayer Assad supporters out in the world, espacially Iran, China CCP govt and Putin, and those unconscionable kind here, for not only preventing the Free World from intervening to bring about law and order for our fellow human brothers and sisters in Syria, those animals had even sought to push their half truths and lies here on ATS to fool others.

May they sleep easily at night, as millions of innocents suffer daily and things get worse as the war continues. I will never know how they can deny genuine honest care and truth for the real victims, and yet carry out those despicable beliefs in their mind daily. I am only human, thus the inability to comprehend beasts.
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posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 11:28 AM
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Hmmm, now i am confused. You sound pretty convinced in what are you saying.
But i also think this links below are pretty convincing too.

Syrians rally in support of Assad
Syria protest in support of Bashar al Assad - Sydney

Aleppo Show Their Love for Bashar Al Assad


Could you provide some more information that would support your attitude towards Assad?
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posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 11:35 AM
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I am glad you admitted to your limitations.

However, I will not take advantage of your situation, as some of the monsters would want to.

I would rather you find out the truth for yourself, by listening to all sides of the issues, to determine the realities on the ground, easy enough in our modern interconnected world today.

Being selective in your choice of media would not only harm your own mind, but others as well as you sought to push your beliefs unto others.

Whatever the result, it is only your own beliefs, and free will to believe, something that no man can take away, or accept on your behalf. You alone live with the consequences of those beliefs, rightly made up, or wrongly digested.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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Yeah i agree, BUT i do look at both side of the this conflict and i do read many newspapers and both independent and mainstream media. And my conclusion was that something doesn't fit in official story by MSM so i started looking for answers on other places which led me to the conclusion that Assad is not as bad as MSM would like us to think and that rebels are not saints.

And no i am not limited. Only if keeping open mind is being limited, then yes, i am limited.


P.S. Do you think that NATO delivered law, order and democracy to the Libya?



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 11:52 AM
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The rebels CIA, are not opposed to using whatever means necessary to continue their proxy war against the government.

It's just a chess game to destabilize the region. Another coup d'etat so that the globalist scum bag agenda can move just a bit closer to it's goals.

~Tenth



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 11:56 AM
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Yet you have failed to acknowledge that there are Al Qaeda elements in the Rebels. No on is saying Assad is a good guy. But to deny the make up of those in the Rebels is naive. Some have been seen waving the black flag of Al Qaeda and now this story. It is Al Qaeda, whom we have meant to be fighting since 9/11, don't you remember.

You are also aware of the 2.7 million Christians who live in Syria. You think this Rebel organisation made up of Sunni Muslims, will have much compassion for those 2.7 million? Not to mention the vast numbers who come from other faiths and ethnic backgrounds.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 12:17 PM
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1. Just a few foreign militants using the long dead mythical organisations that makes up the much larger Free Syrian Army, makes the FSA of syrians are Al Queda, is that what you are saying? Quit beating the bush.


2. Syrian citizens will have to determine their own destiny. So far, had there been a purge against an ethnic group in the FSA, beside the odd few cases? Only saw the HumanSlayer butchering every ethnic enmass. Do stick to the facts.


3. Slaughtering TENS of thousands innocent unarmed men, women and children does not make Assad a beast? Shall we wait till he slaughters tens of thousands more or how many more syrians need to die for you to accept the fact that Assad is wild rampaging beast today? Quit the backpeddling.


4. Destabilize the region by mythical alphabet agencies? Need someone else to blame or attempting to shift blame on 'weather balloons' and 'swamp gases'?

Syria need no other agency to destabilize itself. The HumanSlayer is doing pretty well on his own with his self acknowledged and absolute licence to kill unarmed innocent men, women and children whom will only begging for help on day 1 then onwards.

It's your own belief, life and conscience to live with. May you be happy with it as thousands more die daily by the constant heavy air and land bombardment upon a civilian city and the countrysides.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 12:42 PM
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Again i will have to ask you for more than just your words. Please support your claims with something. Share information with us, maybe we are wrong while thinking Assad is better solution for Syria than NATO.

P.S. You should search for videos from Aleppo filmed today. Apparently people are celebrating and welcoming Syrian army.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 02:51 PM
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Notice how there are no trolls when they want the story to go away...



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 03:27 PM
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Interesting thought.
I would like for this thread to get more attention but avoiding trolls is always good thing



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 04:15 PM
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I remember seeing that! It was on late night yesterday on BBC news. I was beginning to think the BBC is getting less biased but of course, I spoke too soon. Looks like someone at the top got pissed for reporting the truth.



posted on Aug, 23 2012 @ 04:39 PM
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I believe the correct term for what they were trying to do is a "proxy bomb". This prisoneer would be in no way volunteering, lets just say he is being coerced into doing it.

This is a similar tactic imployed by the IRA in the 70's/80's although again this was quickly brushed aside and not often spoken of by the "brave rebels".

Syria is history repeating itself, and sadly neither the United States or Britain has learned any lessons.





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