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US, UK, Saudis, Qatar, NATO, Turkey, Israel Funding Islamist Terrorists They Claim to Be Fighting!

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US, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel & Turkey, are openly conspiring with al-Qaeda & the Muslim Brotherhood & have for years been arming & funding these very Islamist terrorist groups across the Arab World from Libya to Egypt & now in Syria

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Jay S (116)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 8:51 am
"I summon my blue-eyed slaves anytime it pleases me. I command the Americans to send me their bravest soldiers to die for me. Anytime I clap my hands, a stupid genie called the American ambassador appears to do my bidding. When the Americans die in my service their bodies are frozen in metal boxes by the US Embassy and American airplanes carry them away, as if they never existed. Truly, America is my favorite slave."
King Fahd bin Abdul-Aziz, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Carola May (20)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 8:53 am
The Caliphate is already ruling the world! The Saudis along with the similar Qataris have been determining US and NATO foreign policy for years causing our own leaders to contribute to our own downfall and destruction. Just sickening.

bob m (32)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 11:36 am

AT THE RETURN OF THE KING OF KINGS ; you will flee in terror at the word of his mouth .. a terror you cannot escape forever because of your rejection of His Saving Blood.

. (0)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 3:23 pm
All I can say is . I read it.

Russell R (2)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 4:36 pm
This Artical is over fives years old< Bin Laden was still alive! - what does this have to do, with what,has been going on since Obama took office four years ago?

marie C (163)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 4:54 pm
Was unable to send green star to Rob and Jay It kept repeating unexpected error ????????

marie C (163)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 4:56 pm
Managed after 12 attempts haha

P. L. Neola (21)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 5:40 pm

Beth S (330)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 7:21 pm
Unfortunately this piece, by IRAN's Press TV, one of the biggest Israel and Jew haters on the earth slipped past. Let's not compound the mistake further by noting it this piece of blatant propoganda.

Jay S (116)
Thursday January 31, 2013, 11:20 pm
Beth S, if what you say is true, and it most probably is, then this article inspires new questions. But the basic idea of the US et al supporting the very people they end up fighting is an old story and very believable. The source for this is suspicious, but the idea seems believable as it has been shown in the past that the US and evil Saudis gave billions to al queda and the Taliban in Afghanistan to fight the Russians and the Saudis have been funding these cretins for years hoping to keep them from destroying the so-called Saudi 'Royal House'.

For these countries to use the Israelis to do their dirty work is also completely believable. That does not let the corrupt, Iranian dictatorship off the hook.

Giana P (398)
Friday February 1, 2013, 6:27 am
This sounds pretty crazy. I am out this time...

Stephen Brian (23)
Friday February 1, 2013, 10:16 pm
Guys, you know better: PressTV is Iranian state-controlled press, a propaganda-machine that, I understand, even Iranians don't take seriously. Even if it weren't, the first indication that the article is a pure propaganda-piece is its claim that an Israeli attack on Syria would violate international law: Israel and Syria have legally been at war since 1948, with acts of war committed and no peace treaty established. Until such a peace treaty is ratified by both sides, Israel has every legal right to strike Syria, and vice-versa (if Syria could effectively strike at Israel).

Moving on to the central meat of the article, there were no declared suspicions of chemical weapons. There were Russian-made surface-to-airr missiles which would have made striking at Hezbollah a whole lot tougher. Israel has zero interest in any direct conflict with Syria: Getting Syrians to rally around the flag against Israel may be Assad's only shot at staying in power, and Israel is happier without hostile Shiites controlling Syria and giving Iran a means to project power to its border. It also had no interest in the rebellion: From what I understand, there were peace-negotiation before the rebellion started. Had things continued as they were, that could have turned into peace with Syria, cutting Hezbollah's arms-supply and likely leading to peace with Lebanon, securing peace on all of Israel's borders aside from the Gaza Strip. Once the rebellion started, though, Assad's domestic position was so threatened that he was likely rendered unable to make peace with Israel for at least a decade, probably permanently. No part of the "plot" makes sense.

As for whether Western powers are inadvertently supporting extremists, this is possible. There have been extensive efforts to separate extremists out from the groups to which support is given, but the West tends to be very bad at that.

Jay S (116)
Saturday February 2, 2013, 12:13 am
Well, here is an article from Reuters saying the same thing:


Stephen Brian (23)
Saturday February 2, 2013, 12:16 pm
Hi :)

I remember the story about the secret order (the order itself wasn't secret, but the details of operations it authorized were) and the information that came after. The assistance to rebel units was supposed to be contingent upon their expelling extremists from their ranks. Of course, this is the same administration that bungled Fast & Furious so badly that it ended up just handing loads of guns to Mexican drug-funded rebels, so it is possible they handed equipment to al Qaeda. Other NATO countries, in particular Turkey, are providing weapons, though, and I do not trust Erdogan's government to effectively distinguish between extremists and other rebel groups in that assistance (nor do I trust the Saudis to do the same if they provide such assistance).
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