Skip to comments.Free Syrian Army Terrorists Sawed an Alawites Militiaman
Posted on 05/17/2013 1:29:38 PM PDT by george76
Al-Hamad, who is Wahhabi (extremist Sunni) and harbors a sectarian hatred for Alawite and Shiite Muslims, said he has another gruesome video of his killing a government soldier from the Alawite faith. Hopefully we will slaughter all of them [Alawites].
Human Rights Watch (HRW), which validated the video, released a report on May 13 identifying al-Hamad as a well-known commander responsible for the recent cross-border shelling of a Shiite Lebanese village that killed two. The organization called on the U.N. Security Council to refer the Syria situation to the International Criminal Court to ensure accountability for all war crimes and crimes against humanity. It is not enough for Syrias opposition to condemn such behavior or blame it on violence by the government, said Nadim Houry, HRWs deputy director for the Middle East. The opposition forces need to act firmly to stop such abuses.
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These are the ones we’re supporting...
muslims killing other brands of muslims works just fine for me
Here’s the video from youtube.
Here is the theological justification for eating enemies of Islam.
I keep thinking, “Okay, this has to sicken the masses so the cry, ‘Enough’” It hasn’t happened yet and, I’m still waiting.
They're killing Christians (10% of Syrian population), too. The edict has been issued by "our" guys to the Syrian Christians: convert, leave or die.
When your enemies are killing each other, get out of the way!
That’s what’s the deal we’re dealing in...
Frontline did an hour on the Syrian war recently. Everyone’s killing everyone and swearing revenge, even the old ladies. Commentator said revenge would go on for generations and threaten any chance of peace. You think?
A whole nation of shrieking harridans, apparently.
Your prediction of the mutual destruction between Muslims seems to be now playing out. Lets hope it widens and spreads.
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