Paul, speaking towards the end of the report, hits the nail on the head. (Tundra Tabloids)
Frontline Fallout: UK’s Syria power-play may backfire ….
Looks like our ‘western leaders’ have totally lost the plot. Supporting the overthrow of Assad and assisting the MuBro’s to take power is insane. But that is now policy.
The British Prime Minister has reiterated calls for President Assad to step down, to make way for a new government formed by the Syrian opposition. And as the UK continues to provide aid for the rebels, there are now fears ordinary Britons are heading for the Syrian frontline.
Muslim men from Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries have asked their embassies to help to help them find Syrian girls living in makeshift refugee camps in Jordan and Iraq. “Exploiting the conditions of the girls in the refugee camps by marrying them temporarily is a form of rape that must stop immediately. Those responsible for this crime should be brought to trial,” says Abdel Bari Atwan ofÂ Al-Quds Al-Arabi.
Australian citizens fighting in Syrian conflict Illegal: Australian Government
Don’t wait for the Gillard goose or any of her organized Labor crooks to do anything about it.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has released important community advice on behalf of the Australian government regarding the situation in Syria declaring, according to the current laws, it illegal to engage in, fund, train, arm or recruit others to fight in the conflict on either side.
Jihadists are inspired by Mohammed Merah, the Jew-killer of Toulouse:
PARIS (Reuters) – Foreign Islamists intent on turning Syria into an autocratic theocracy have swollen the ranks of rebels fighting to topple President Bashar al-Assad and think they are waging a “holy war”, a French surgeon who treated fighters in Aleppo has said.Jacques Beres, co-founder of medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres, returned from Syria on Friday evening after spending two weeks working clandestinely in a hospital in the besieged northern Syrian city.
In an interview with Reuters in his central Paris apartment on Saturday, the 71-year-old said that contrary to his previous visits to Homs and Idlib earlier this year about 60 percent of those he had treated this time had been rebel fighters and that at least half of them had been non-Syrian.
“It’s really something strange to see.Â They are directly saying that they aren’t interested in Bashar al-Assad’s fall, but are thinking about how to take power afterwards and set up an Islamic state with sharia law to become part of the world Emirate,” the doctor said.
The foreign jihadists included young Frenchmen who said they were inspired by Mohammed Merah, a self-styled Islamist militant from Toulouse, who killed seven people in March in the name of al-Qaeda….