Tony Cartalucci – BREAKING: Germany’s DW Reports ISIS Supply Lines Originate in NATO’s Turkey
Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) published a video report of immense implications – possibly the first national broadcaster in the West to admit that the so-called ”Islamic State” (ISIS) is supplied not by ”black market oil” or ”hostage ransoms” but billions of dollars worth of supplies carried into Syria across NATO member Turkey’s borders via hundreds of trucks a day.
Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya – Is Washington training a rebel army to “Occupy” Syria?
Is the US planning the occupation of Syria by training an unconventional insurgent invasion force?
Think regime change in Syria is off the drawing board? Think again. The bombing of the ISIL or ISIS in Syria is part of a brinkmanship campaign leading up to a potential non-conventional invasion, parallel to the re-introduction of the US military to Iraq.
Brandon Turbeville – Syria: Death Squads Receiving Training in Joint US/Qatar Operation
According to a new report by Reuters, Western-backed death squad fighters operating in Syria are receiving a portion of their training inside Qatar via the Qatari government and the United States.
The unnamed sources of the information reported to Reuters that the training was taking place near Doha, Qatar in between the border of Saudi Arabia and the American al-Udeid Air Base, the largest U.S. Air Base in the Middle East. Al-Udeid is located inside a military zone protected by Qatari special forces.
Maram Susli – What the Fake Syria Sniper Boy Video Tell Us About Media Experts
Many mainstream media websites helped a fake video go viral this month. The video showing a young Syrian boy running through sniper fire to save a little girl, was exposed as a fake when the Norwegian producer Lars Klevberg made the fact public. One of the stated aims of the Norwegian film makers was to “see how the media would respond to a fake video.” This article examines how that experiment went.
Jag skulle tro att jag länkat till den här artikeln från maj 2014 tidigare, men den är så viktig att den förtjänar att påminnas om. Den visar hur väpnade gäng var involverade redan från början av oroligheterna på våren 2011.
Sharmine Narwani – Syria: The hidden massacre
What we do know for certain is that on April 25, 2011, nineteen Syrian soldiers were gunned down in Daraa by unknown assailants. The names, ages, dates of birth and death, place of birth and death and marital/parental status of these 19 soldiers are documented in a list of military casualties obtained from Syria’s Defense Ministry.