posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 02:55 AM
reply to post by intrptr
But heres the take from one analyst:
Your source is an Arm Chair think Tank the same think tanks who are cheering for the war in Iran.
Since the end of July, the Syrian regime has used fighter jets to try to suppress a growing insurgency. The air force has frequently bombarded
rebel-held areas across the country, causing high casualties.
Thats what our general MSM have been claiming to this past summer.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a watchdog that relies on a network of activists and medics on the ground
To date The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, have not been reliable and from the article i pretty much laughed how they are
defending the Jihadists by claiming that the fighters who supposedly brought the jet down were just simple villagers.
I am sorry but the same lies from Libya ain't going to work twice.
Rebels in Tourmanin said insurgent members of the Ahrar Daret Ezza group, whose name means the Free People of Daret Ezza, a nearby village, were
responsible for the strike.
Yes oh i am quite sure they were just simple untrained People of Daret Ezza, from a nameless nearby village. And what did they yell after?
Dozens of rebels rushed to the scene minutes after the plane was shot down, crying out "Allahu Akbar!" (God is Greatest).
Now tell me again who most commonly uses the phrase Allahu Akbars during a war zone in the middle east?
Oh and i also i noticed how in the same article you posted also defends the Child soldiers that the Free Syrian Army are using.
Children rummaged among the smouldering debris, as the stench of kerosene and burning plastic rose. Some teenagers picked up pieces of the plane's
broken wings, others played with ammunition.
teenagers picked up pieces of the plane's broken wings, others played with ammunition.
Oh i am sure the other played with ammunition. Its been well documented that the FSA have been using child soldiers since the start of the war last
year, only now they the media are starting to talk about it.