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CNN,Israeli Propaganda, FSA Rebels target Hezbollah militia, fire rockets into Lebanon,

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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 02:01 AM
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CNN, Israeli Propaganda Seems to be Work
CNN,Israeli Propaganda, FSA Rebels target Hezbollah militia, fire rockets into Lebanon, Battle of Qusayr.

Syrian rebels target Hezbollah militia, fire rockets into Lebanon
Knowing that there propaganda on Syria is falling apart CNN and other news outlets are now trying something what the Israeli news outlets have being doing for a while. And that is portraying Hezbollah the militia as the real threat in Syria,Lebanon while still maintaining that.
The Free Syrian Army arent Islamists nor terrorists but simply put as nothing more then Syrian rebels, this nerw line of propaganda seems to be working in Israel's favor.

As usual CNN always citing Rebel sources.



Rebels battling for control of Qusayr, a strategically important western town in Syria, fired rockets Sunday across the Lebanese border at the militant group's areas, the rebel Free Syrian Army said.


And CNN making sure the sheeps get the message about the Hezbollah group.



Hezbollah, the pro-regime and pro-Iranian Shiite militia regarded as a dangerous terror group by the United States and Sunni countries, is fighting alongside President Bashar al-Assad's security forces.


Obama an heroic leader of the free world. Trying to cool the tensions.



The White House said President Barack Obama spoke on the phone Monday to Lebanese President Michel Sleiman and "stressed his concern about Hezballah's active and growing role in Syria, fighting on behalf of the Assad regime, which is counter to the Lebanese government's policies."

Israel denying that any of there vehicles has being captured are calling it as propaganda.


"This is a cheap propaganda attempt and nothing more," the spokesman said of the Syrian government report.




At the comment section at the article those whom support Israel surely no doubt welcome the news
Did you know? Christians in Qusayr have being threatened by the beloved Free Syrian Army and Christians have fled the city in 2012 when the FSA forces have supposedly liberated it.

In 2012 a reporter from Germany went to Qusayr last year and gave an great long detailed interview with Christians in the city who fear there own lives.

This is his report i highly recommend it.

'We're Too Frightened to Talk': Christians Flee from Radical Rebels in Syria





Thousands of Syrians are fleeing into neighboring Lebanon -- not entirely due to fear of the Assad regime. The country's minority Christian population is suffering under attacks waged by rebel troops. In the Beqaa Valley in eastern Lebanon, Christian families are finding temporary refuge, but they are still terrified.


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"There were always Christians in Qusayr -- there were around 10,000 before the war," says Leila, the matriarch of the Khouri clan. Currently, 11 members of the clan are sharing two rooms. They include the grandmother, grandfather, three daughters, one husband and five children. "Despite the fact that many of our husbands had jobs in the civil service, we still got along well with the rebels during the first months of the insurgency." The rebels left the Christians alone. The Christians, meanwhile, were keen to preserve their neutrality in the escalating power struggle. But the situation began deteriorating last summer, Leila says, murmuring a bit more before going silent.

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posted on May, 21 2013 @ 04:58 AM
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Question -

Are your links suppose to support your position or?

I get you don't care for CNN (no issues there). I guess my questions is whats the purpose of your post? To call out CNN based on a personal observation or to call them out with supporting examples?

Im a bit unclear as to the purpose of this thread (IE what exactly are you wanting to discuss / debate).



posted on May, 21 2013 @ 05:19 AM
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Im a bit unclear as to the purpose of this thread (IE what exactly are you wanting to discuss / debate).


No problem, in the CNN article in regards to the Qusayr battle you know which the majority are the fighters? mainly the Jabhat al-Nusra, whats more surprising is that CNN has whitewashed any mentions of the group which are in the city with the FSA Islamist brigades.

In terms there are no Moderate Syrian opposition forces as my other link tells and shows an interview with some of the Christians that have being expelled from Qusayr that is widely ignored by our western mainstream news outlets they never discuss about Christians that have being expelled from Qusayr no in other cites once when an a city is fully liberated by the Free Syrian Army.

Christians are told and forced to either leave or convert to Islam. But you never hear these things being discussed at the outlets.

Its always either Hezbollah seen as the true evil villains and the Syrian Arab Army, but you never any stories such as with the Syrian minorities being threaten by the Free Syrian Army.



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