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Paris & NY subway attack intel is FIVE YEARS OLD

Ned Parker

Baghdad Bureau Chief for Reuters. Former Edward R. Murrow Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. All opinions are my own.

Ned Parker @nedmparker1 Sep 25

Iraqi gov sources tell me the Iraqi subway intel is accurate --- just five years old.


The House voted to arm the Syrian "rebels"

AKA, "The Free Syrian Army" (FSA), who are terrorists, not "moderates". Heard it on CNN earlier. Just so everyone is clear on who they are and how they're connected to the other terrorist groups (there are a bunch of them - al Qaeda, al Nusra, ISIL/ISIS, etc)...

Just so you understand who it is the US will be overtly arming in Syria

Published on Aug 17, 2014

One of the key US men in Syria, the "Free Syrian Army" (FSA) Col. Abdel Jabbar al-Okaidi, who operated mostly in the Greater Aleppo area, was open about his daily communication and collaboration with extremist jihadists from the "Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant" (ISIL) and al-Qaeda's official branch in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra. He refers to their fighters as brothers. In one footage after the rebel capture of Menagh military airbase, he even appeared standing next to an Egyptian jihadist from ISIL, Abu Jandal, while thanking him and his group for their contributions. The US is known to have funneled military aid to al-Okaidi and others in the FSA throughout the last couple of years.

Sources: Telegraph, Orient News, Souria al-Shaab

Openly arming these terrorists is what John McCain has been demanding. It's about the PNAC plan of taking out Syria. They've been armed, funded and trained covertly up until now. McCain has met with these terrorists in Turkey, another party to what's going on.

Free Syrian Army, al Nusra, Al Qaeda, ISIL, are all the same nest of terrorists. There are no "moderate rebels".
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