I was just browsing info on the earthquake in Costa Rica and came across one of their news websites to look at videos of it. while i was on there i
noticed the word "Al Qaeda" I put the website into Google translate and this is what came up. This is either a great find or a bogus claim. Either
way here it is.
A leader of al Qaeda in southern Yemen has reached an agreement with the U.S. Saudi Arabia and providing for the dispatch of 5,000 fighters of
the terrorist group to Syria in order to support the rebels and topple President Bashar al Assad.
edit on 5-9-2012 by Antz2xplicit because: Added News quote
It's all very sad to see the US President dancing with the Devil, on top of that he hates Israel so much he wants them removed from the map, and is
planning to cut all ties soon, he really is a bad leader, thing is we all in the end will pay a high price for what he is doing.
the u.s helpd topple momar ghaddafi they traind terrorists And thats why russia and china dont want us the intervine with syria and cause the same
secnario all over again the us leaders were blindfolded and leaded the wrong way fail on our part
then who killed that 3000 americans in the middle of USA ! USA was and is fighting with who in Afghanistan ! who is alley of who in Syria ! if all of
them were a game for NWO then USA that is liberating everywhere, someone should liberate USA !!!
I do get a little upset when people speak of al cia duh as if they are an actual group that made up the name themselves.
Al CIA DUH was the name of an american database compiled of muhajadeen fighters. The name was thought up by the americans. The fighters were supplied
with arms by the americans. The fighters were employed and directed by the americans. AL CIA DUH operatives may as well be american.
Ask Robin Cook MP. Oh wait we can't since he was murdered for spilling the beans on AL CIA DUH wasn't he
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