Pakistan Cyber Force: Zionist Qatari, UK Spies guiding Syrian Terrorists

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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Zionist Qatari, UK Spies guiding Syrian Terrorists

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Media reports say two British nationals and one Qatari citizen have visited senior Syrian refugee figures in northern Lebanon reportedly gathering information on how to smuggle arms into Syria. Lebanon’s Almanar TV network has reported that the Western and Arab spies are using the northern borders of Lebanon as their base for carrying out covert operations and facilitating arms smuggling across the border into Syria. The Lebanese news agency also reported that two British nationals and a Qatari citizen had visited the Akkar district in northern Lebanon last month meeting with Syrian rebels and collecting information about routes to smuggle arms into Syria.

This comes as The Washington Post reported last month that Syrian terrorists had “begun receiving significantly more and better weapons in recent weeks.” Moreover, The Daily Star reported earlier this month that Britain’s Special Air Service (SAS) troops and MI6 agents were setting up camps in Syria so that they would be able to help Syria’s armed rebels in case a civil war would broke out in the country. Even as early as February, a report published by Israeli intelligence outfit DebkaFile showed British Special Forces were operating with Syria’s armed terrorists in the Syrian city of Homs directing ammunition deliveries and tactics in the terrorists’ bloody battle against Syrian civilians.

Furthermore, after the massacre at Houla, the state-run BBC published a photo of dead Iraqi children to illustrate the Houla slaughter and the UK government expelled Syrian diplomats from London while evidence issued by the Syrian government showed that the massacre was committed by the very armed rebels Britain itself is supporting.

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