Syrian Al-Nursa child rebel sings Al Qaeda anthem

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posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 04:38 PM
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Its a mad mad world.




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posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 04:58 PM
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Thats not FSA, they are from the AL Nusra Front. Which is the wing of al qaeda in Syria.
These guys are sawing of christian priests heads with bread knives, carving the hearts of FSA soldiers out and eating them. These guys are better armed and in bigger numbers than the FSA. They are a huge threat to all other groups and minorities in Syria.

Theres Assads army, the FSA and the Al Nusra Front.
The FSA are the only "good guys" and there arent many of them left.

But shush, no one wants you to know this, which is why you didnt.

www.youtube.com...
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posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:08 PM
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If you watch this video and assuming the transitional is correct then this young boy is actually singing a Al-Nusra song making him a member (well i hope not) of Al-Nusra and not the FSA. OP the FSA and Al-Nusra are at odds for several reasons.

Additionally you are wrong in this statement.



The same ones who we've been fighting for over 10 bloody years!!!!


The Al-Qa'ida who brought down the twin towers are long since defeated but it is their ideology that lives on, the ideology of Bin Laden. Al-Nusra is actually a a group that came about through Al-Qa'ida in Iraq so that is kind of where the Al-Qa'ida connection comes into play, its a third generation group from the "Core Al-Qa'ida". Interestingly enough, Al-Nusra has also been placed on the US list of terrorist organizations and there are also reports of CIA teams in Turkey whose job it is to ensure that Western support for the rebels does not go to individuals and groups with a radical islamic ideology.

Now aside from all that, moving on form the details so to speak

This video is worrying but its not surprising Bin Laden was known to encourage violent Jihad being taught to young children in attempt to radicalize them at a early age. That young boy is probably also being taught the the best thing he could do for his family is head over the boarder into Iraq, strap a bomb to his chest, then go find a bunch of American Jews to blow up. Its sad but its true, and this is happening to loads of young children all over the Middle East just now.



posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:10 PM
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Theres Assads army, the FSA and the Al Nusra Front.
The FSA are the only "good guys" and there arent many of them left.


Assad's army? That's not what I'm reading.
en.wikipedia.org...

The Al-Nusra Front or Jabhat al-Nusra (Arabic: جبهة النصرة لأهل الشام‎ Jabhat an-Nuṣrah li-Ahl ash-Shām, "The Support Front for the People of Greater Syria") is an Al Qaeda associate operating in Syria.[8] The group announced its creation on 23 January 2012 during the Syrian civil war.[9] It is described as "the most aggressive and successful arm of the rebel force"



The group is generally described as being made up of Sunni Islamist Jihadists. Its goal is to overthrow the Assad government and to create a Pan-Islamic state under sharia law



posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:14 PM
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Well maybe I have been mistaken aswell as you. But fact is, that kid and the people around him are all Al Nusra, not FSA. It is the Al Nusra banner we see, it is an Al Nusra song they are singing.



posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:15 PM
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the FSA and Al-Nusra are at odds for several reasons.


Then I must be confused. I thought the FSA and Al-Nusra are part of the same thing fighting to overthrow the government. Not at odds against each other.



posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:16 PM
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Then I stand corrected.



posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:45 PM
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You do know Al Nursa was apart of the FSA and their hardest hitting branch, right? Al Nursa, while under the FSA, was the first to take credit for killing civilians. It was only when Al Nursa came out & openly pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda did the FSA denounce them, but they still fight together and sometimes against each other. Members of the FSA still defect to Al Nursa.



posted on Sep, 2 2013 @ 04:52 AM
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the FSA and Al-Nusra are at odds for several reasons.


Then I must be confused. I thought the FSA and Al-Nusra are part of the same thing fighting to overthrow the government. Not at odds against each other.


While this is true they do shear a similar goal, the removal of Assad they have very different ways of going about it under a different command structure.

The FSA are very wary of Al-Nusra who's tactics and barbaric acts are often mistakenly accredited to the FSA, the OP being a perfect example of this. Then there is also the difference in ideology, the FSA is very much a secular nationalist movement seeking to replace a despot leader where as Al-Nusra is a violent Islamic movement seeking to create a Islamic state. Al-Nusra has also caused some recruitment problems for the FSA with a large number of FSA fighters defecting to Al-Nusra. The list really does go on and on, whist the have the same enemy for now as soon as Assad is finished the FSA and Al-Nusra (or element's of) will be waging war against each other to fill the power vacuum.



posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 10:01 AM
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This is very worrying.

Aren't the coming generations supposed to be the ones that will dictate what happens to the world?

I think that we probably need to consider that Al Qaeda's new philosophy is: think global, act local. Cutting their influence by improving living conditions, improving cooperation between nations and not having any unnecessary military conflicts...






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