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Sick NATO Primitive FSA Terrorists Throw Bodies off Roof and Execute Unarmed Civilian in Horrific Videos

Bodies thrown off roof in horrific Syria video

Published Monday, August 13, 2012
A horrific video purportedly showing Syrian rebels throwing the bodies of postal workers off a roof has appeared online, raising fresh concerns about atrocities in the increasingly brutal conflict in Syria.
Both sides in the 17-month conflict have been accused of human rights violations as reports of cold-blooded killings mount.Graphic footage showed a crowd of people shouting “Allahu Akbar” (God is greatest) as they gathered around several bodies on the ground before another three victims were seen being hurled from the top of the building.The incident was said to have taken place in rebel-controlled al-Bab near the northern metropolis of Aleppo and the victims were identified as postal workers, but it was not clear when it occurred.
“These are the heroes of Bab city who are inside the post office,” the man shooting the video said.
When the body of one man was thrown to the ground, the crowd is heard shouting: “This is a shabiha,” referring to the pro-government militia.The video could not be independently verified.

Elsewhere, a pro-government Syrian TV station said on Monday one of its cameramen who was kidnapped three days ago was believed to be dead while others were being held by rebels near the capital Damascus.The station said gunmen kidnapped the cameraman on Friday along with three other employees of the pro-regime al-Ikhbariya TV while covering the violence in the Damascus suburb of al-Tal.
The three surviving members of the team appeared in an online video, saying they were being held by rebel forces who were treating them well.A man who identified himself as a rebel spokesman also appeared in the video, saying the cameraman and two members of the Free Syrian Army rebel group were killed in government shelling while on a tour in al-Tal to shoot destruction in the area.It was impossible to independently verify the events shown in the video. But the general manager of al-Ikhbariya TV said they believed the cameraman was dead.The head of the United Nations observer mission in Syria on Monday condemned attacks on the media.
“Whatever the country, the UN is committed to the freedom of the press and the media,” General Babacar Gaye told reporters in Damascus.”In this country, the press has a tremendous role to play, so we condemn any violence on the media coming from any side,” he said, also accusing both the army and rebels of failing to protect civilians.
In June, gunmen raided al-Ikhbariya’s headquarters, killing seven employees.

Journalists have suffered a number of casualties in the 17-month-old uprising against President Bashar Assad, and in recent months there have been several attacks on pro-regime media.

On Saturday, a reporter for state-run news agency SANA was killed in his Damascus home, while another working for the pan-Arab Al-Arabiya TV was killed in a blast in al-Tal.

The deaths came as activists reported clashes and shelling between government troops and rebels in areas including Damascus and its suburbs, the central province of Homs, and the southern region of Deraa.

Activists also released a video which they said showed a government Soviet-made MiG warplane catching fire apparently after it was hit by ground fire over the eastern province of Deir Ezzor.
The warplane appears to be turning into a ball of flame, although it was impossible to independently verify the video.

(Al-Akhbar, AP, AFP)

Sick NATO Primitive FSA Terrorists Throw Bodies off Roof

In another horrific video, a blindfolded man, with his hands tied behind his back, struggled as a group of men forced him to lie down on a pavement in Aleppo.
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5 Responses to Sick NATO Primitive FSA Terrorists Throw Bodies off Roof and Execute Unarmed Civilian in Horrific Videos

  1. who_me August 13, 2012 at 6:06 pm #

    “Media coverage of Syrian violence partial and untrue, says nun

    She told The Irish Times she was in Ireland “not to advocate for the (Assad) regime but for the facts”. Most news reports from Syria were “forged, with only one side emphasised”, she said. This also applied to the UN, whose reports were “one-sided and not worthy of that organisation”.

    UN observers in Syria had been “moderate with the rebels and covered for them in taking back positions after the withdrawal of heavy equipment, as seen so tragically in Homs”, she said.

    When it was put to her this suggested the whole world was out of step except for Syria, Russia and China, she protested: “No, no, there are 20 countries, including some in Latin America” of the same view.

    The reason the media was being denied easy access to Syria currently was because in the Libyan conflict journalists placed electronic devices for Nato in rooms used at press conferences in that country, she said. “So Syria didn’t want journalists,” she said.

    The “Arab insurrection” under way in that country included “sectarian factions which promote fundamentalist Islam, which is not genuine Islam”, she said.

    There was “a need to end the violence”, she said. “The West and Gulf states must not give finance to armed insurrectionists who are sectarian terrorists, most of whom are from al-Qaeda, according to a report presented to the German parliament,” she said.

    “We don’t want to be invaded, as in Aleppo, by mercenaries, some of whom think they are fighting Israel. They bring terror, destruction, fear and nobody protects the civilians,” she said. There were “very few Syrians among the rebels”, she said. “Mercenaries should go home,” she said.”

  2. who_me August 13, 2012 at 6:20 pm #

    The U.S. and Its Comrade in Arms, Al Qaeda
    And other tales of an empire gone mad

    “Afghanistan in the 1980s and 90s … Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s … Libya 2011 … Syria 2012 … In military conflicts in each of these countries the United States and al Qaeda (or one of its associates) have been on the same side.[1]

    What does this tell us about the United States’ “War On Terrorism”?”

    unfortunately, blum ignores the role played by jp and israel in american aggression. without placing that role into the equation, the result is only a partial understanding of the problem facing the people of the world that is manifest as “the american empire” since the empire isn’t really american any more. the american aspect has been reduced to the role of the large dog protecting the obnoxious, constantly yapping chihuahua.

  3. who_me August 13, 2012 at 6:38 pm #

    venezuela has captured an american terrorist:

    “The man was arrested on August 4th as he attempted to illegally enter Venezuela from Colombia on a bus during the night. He was carrying a US passport which had exit stamps from visits to Libya, Iraq (2006) and Afghanistan (2004 onwards) and allegedly tore up pieces of paper from a notebook in his possession whilst being apprehended. Chavez has since stated that the man had confessed to having previously served as a US marine.

    “He is refusing to tell us anything, he won’t cooperate, he won’t say where he came from. One minute he is fleeing from the guerrillas (in Colombia), the next he is fleeing from drugs traffickers, the little he does say is contradictory. Then he closes down, he has been trained to resist interrogation,” said the president.

    As well as visits to Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan, the man’s passport also showed that he had travelled to Jordan, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Germany and Great Britain. The detainee also tried to rip up his passport before being arrested.”

    it’s a good thing this cia asset was captured before he could commit any terrorist acts in venezuela.

  4. who_me August 17, 2012 at 12:16 am #

    Yara Saleh set free by Syrian National Army

    “The Syrian National Army stormed Al-Tal and was able to safely release the journalists captured by the Free Syrian Army.

    The assistant cameraman Hatem Abu Yehya had been executed five days earlier.

    During the operation, several Contra leaders were killed, including Maher Ismail al-Tahhan, Yasser Sharif al-Ahmar and Mouafaq Ismail al-Taleb.

    The three journalists from Al-Ikhbariya – Yara Saleh, Imad Abdallah and Hossam Tabra – who immediately went to the headquarters of Syrian national television (which provides studio space to Al-Ikhbariya ever since the premises this private channel were destroyed by the Contras) where their colleagues were awaiting to welcome them back.”

  5. who_me August 17, 2012 at 6:42 pm #

    ““They were aiming their Kalashnikovs at a British journalist, Londoner against Londoner in a rocky landscape that looked like the Scottish Highlands”, said Cantile.

    The British photographer also disclosed that some of the insurgents could not even speak Arabic, with around a dozen of his captors speaking English out of whom nine spoke with London accents.

    “Not a Syrian in sight. This wasn’t what I had expected”, Cantile added. “Two of them were so Anglicised they couldn’t speak Arabic”.”

    i wonder who recruited these terrorists in the uk?