CFR-supported militants massacre entire village
Paul Joseph Watson
February 11, 2014
Chilling video out of Syria shows a woman being strangled to death by jihadist rebels, another shocking reminder that the west is on the same side as bloodthirsty extremists, while a separate rebel group that the CFR urged the United States to become allies with has slaughtered an entire village.
The incident, which happened in Manbij, Aleppo, shows a militant strangling a defenseless woman with some kind of tool as she slowly chokes to death.
The supposed “crime” committed by the woman to deserve this summary execution is not known, but previous videos have shown rebels dishing out torture for minor infractions as well as mass executions targeting anyone who resists their occupation.
Yesterday it was reported that an entire village of minority Alawites in central Syria had been slaughtered by rebels. Half of the victims were civilians including women. The rebels were not fighting against Bashar Al-Assad’s troops, but against desperate villagers attempting to protect their homes.
Video footage from the town of Maan shows rebels tearing down a Syrian flag and replacing it with an Al-Qaeda flag as they brag about taking over the area.
“A video uploaded by the rebels of the Jund al-Aqsa Brigade, which said it overran the village, showed them waving a black jihadi flag over the village rooftops as bearded, grinning men looted homes. The video corresponded with The Associated Press’ reporting of the event,” reports AP.
When the Syrian delegation in Geneva invited FSA representatives to condemn the massacre, the offer was rejected by the opposition who called the victims “Shabiha”.
The group responsible for this massacre, Ahrar al-Sham, is the same militant outfit that the Council on Foreign Relations recently called on the United States to “befriend,” despite the fact that it openly swore allegiance to Al-Qaeda front man Ayman al-Zawahiri and is led by a man who helped plan the 9/11 attacks.
In another development, Rana Kabbani, a prominent FSA rebel supporter and a journalist whose articles have appeared in the Guardian, recently tweeted about her desire to see President Bashar Al-Assad’s wife and children starved and raped.
— Rana Kabbani (@RanaKabbani54) November 6, 2013
Judging by Kabbani’s fetish to see innocent women and children sexually molested, the conduct of western-backed rebel fighters in Syria befits its most vocal supporters. The question is why is the mainstream media giving Kabbani a platform when she has made such vile statements?