EXPOSED: Al Qaeda Leader In Syria Photographed Inside A ‘U.S. Aid Tent’


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Glenn Beck shows a photo of an Al Qaeda leader fighting inside Syria against secular forces. Beck pulled out a photo that has been circulating the internet that seems to show Commander Muhajireen Kavkaz wa Sham, a leader of an Al-Queda linked group, inside a USAID tent.  Watch video.


At least 6 killed, 26 injured in Yemen as blast hits bus carrying air force personnel + Video


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A bomb blast ripped through a bus carrying members of Yemen’s air force to their base in the capital Sanaa, witnesses said. At least 6 people were killed and 26 others injured, officials at the scene told Reuters. See video

Turkey supports terrorists against Syria Kurds – YouTube


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A retired Lebanese army general says Turkey is supporting terrorist groups against the Kurds in Syria as Ankara is fearful of their union with the Kurdish state of Iraq, Press TV reports.

“There is no doubt that Turkey is supporting the al-Nusra and al-Qaeda and all of the Jihadist groups against the Kurds because Turkey is really afraid that this region of the Kurds will later move into a mini-state and will be connected to the Kurdish state of Iraq and also it will present a major and real threat to the unity of Turkey,” Hisham Jaber said.

He added that the Kurds are currently united and seek to achieve self-governance in their region and drive out all extremist Jihadists.

Jaber noted that the Kurds’ fight against al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front does not target the Syrian government.

Arabic-language al-Alam News Network reported early this month that the foreign-backed militants fighting the Syrian government attacked Tal Abyad district of Raqqa governorate in Kurdish-populated northern Syria, killing 330 women and elderly men as well as 120 children.

The massacre came a week after al-Nusra militants attacked two Kurdish villages in Aleppo and took around 200 civilians hostage.

Fighting between Kurdish militia and al-Qaeda-linked groups has been escalating in north and northeastern Syria after Kurdish fighters, who are opposed to foreign interference in Syria, managed to push back militants from several positions in the area.

On July 30, a powerful Kurdish militia said it is mobilizing against al-Qaeda-linked militant groups in northeastern Syria after a Kurdish opposition leader was killed in the area.

Jaber further ruled out the possibility of Israel’s attack on Syria due to its “catastrophic” consequences.

“I do not think that Israel will interfere physically or militarily besides some airstrikes that they used back in some time, and they may make it later but they will not invade Syria in any circumstances because it will be catastrophic for them,” Jaber said.

A report published by Russia Today on July 15 revealed that the Israeli regime used a Turkish military base to launch one of its airstrikes that targeted depots in Syria’s port city of Latakia on July 5.

On May 5, Syria said the Israeli regime had carried out an airstrike targeting a research center in a suburb of Damascus, following heavy losses of al-Qaeda-affiliated groups by the Syrian army. According to Syrian media reports, Israeli rockets struck the Jamraya Research Center.

The Tel Aviv regime has launched attacks on Syria several times since the beginning of 2013.

Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to reports, Western powers and their regional allies – especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey – are supporting the Takfiri militants operating inside Syria.

According to the United Nations, more than 100,000 people have been killed and a total of 7.8 million displaced in Syria due to the violence.

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Militants kidnap 13 more Kurds in Syria


Foreign-backed militants have kidnapped at least 13 more Kurds in the Syrian province of Aleppo, and turned them over to al-Qaeda-linked extremists.A monitoring group with close links to the militants said the 13 were captured at a roadblock in the Sfeira region of Aleppo on Sunday and were handed over to Al-Nusra Front, also known as Jabhat al-Nusra.

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Syrian Army troops kill top al-Qaeda commander in Latakia


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Syrian Army troops have killed a senior commander of a foreign-sponsored militant group affiliated with the al-Qaeda terrorist organization during a mop-up operation against anti-government gunmen in the country’s principal port city of Latakia, Press TV reports

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Insurgent commander killed in Aleppo and the army continue to take Homs Syria

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Syrian army killed Abdullah Mohammed Abdullah, known as “Captain Hammam” one of the military leaders of Nur al-Din Brigades, the armed Zanki’s “Free Army” and one of the leaders operations room Mansoura so-called Battle of Qadisiyah.

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Al-Nusra Front battle against PKK near Turkey-Syria border‎ +video


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As fighting continues between foreign-backed militants and Syrian troops, neighboring countries seem to be dragged into the confrontation. The Turkish government has been a key ally to al-Nusra Front fighting against the Syrian army.

In a new development the P-Y-D — a Syrian political branch of the P-K-K– has taken control of the town of Ras al-Ain on Syria’s northeastern border , from al-Nusra Front. The two engaged in battle with each other and some bullets that reached Turkish soil killed a boy.

However, members of the main Turkish opposition Party have said it is actually just the opposite and that Turkey seeks for any reason to start a ground invasion in Syria.

C-H-P Lawmaker Faruk Logoglu said on Friday that the AK Party is after foreign intervention in Syria and is trying, by any means, to create a de facto situation to that end.” He also accused the government of pursuing an unrealistic foreign policy and acting in a partisan way in the Syrian crisis. Directly referencing to al- Nusra front, Logoglu also urged “the A-K-P government to end the support for radical groups fighting the Syrian government. In a similar development, senior officials of the B-D-P, the political wing of the P-K-K, expressed similar comments and have sternly warned Ankara against its support for al-Nusra front.

In the mean time, the Turkish army has beefed up security at its borders with Syria and Turkish troops shot at P-Y-D fighters after two rocket-propelled grenades fired from Syria hit a border post on the Turkish side of the frontier.

The idea of the Syrian conflict spilling over into Turkey’s soil has reached somewhat a new level. Ankara and the Kurdistan’s Workers party reached a historic peace agreement in March. Now the P-K-K and the Al-Qaeda-linked Al Nusra front are at odds or even better to say AT WAR with each other.

The political wing of the P-K-K has said the fact that assailant gangs affiliated with the al-Nusra front are supported by Turkish government is quote ” increasing our concerns.” This, as several soldiers patrolling Turkey border with Syria have been wounded by unknown gunmen.

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