Syria - UN Observers Smuggling Terrorists in their Vehicles to Gather Intel about the Syrian Army





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Published on May 13, 2012

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It looks like that the intimacy between the UN observers and Al-Qadea terrorists
goes beyond the "love" issues.

Terrorist "Hadi Al-Abdullah" accompanies the UN observes team in a private car that travels with the UN vehicles. In addition to "Hadi Al-Abduallah", a number of terrorists also accompany the UN observers in their tours including Wahhabis from the so-called "Free Syrian Army". With this help from the UN observers, the terrorists pass so easy the Syrian army checkpoints in the city of Homs. They film and gather info about the army forces deployed in the area.
The UN observers hold responsibility for allowing these terrorists to move freely with them.
The terrorists are using the UN observers to gather intel and orchestrate attacks at the Syrian National army forces.

The Syrian opposition terrorists keep saying that the Syrian army still have checkpoints in Homs, the city that they used to call "The capital of the Syrian revolution", while in fact Homs proved to be the city of terrorism, Wahhabism and sectarianism.

We are a sovereign state and we have the right to keep checkpoints wherever we need. Let the American, European and the Arabic officials shut up. Nothing in Annan's plan goes against this.

None in this dirty world, either he was an American, European, Arabian or some local Wahhabi pig, has the right to question our right to deploy forces wherever we want. We are fighting terrorists, funded and supported by the the same "crap" called "The international community" i.e the US, Europe and the gulf Wahhabi states.


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