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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Training Terrorists in / against Syria.

1] British Special Forces :


Published on Jul 22, 2012 by dialplus
British Special Forces Are Training Terrorists in Syria.

The British newspaper Sunday Express - revealed that former soldiers from the SAS of the British Special Forces are training Syrian terrorist groups "in Iraq in military tactics, weapons handling and communications systems".

According to a British Army source, the newspaper said in an article published on Sunday that "More than 300 have passed through a base just inside the Iraq border, while a command course is run in Saudi Arabia".

The article added that "Groups of 50 rebels at a time are being trained by two private security firms employing former Special Forces personnel".

"Our role is purely instructional teaching tactics, techniques and procedures", the newspaper quoted a former SAS member as saying.

"If we can teach them how to take cover, to shoot and avoid being spotted by snipers it will hopefully help", he added.

Brasilia, July 22 of 2012. Produced by Dialplus.





2] Blackwater training

A handout picture shows foreign-backed militants in the western Syrian city of Qusayr on July 11, 2012.
A handout picture shows foreign-backed militants in the western Syrian city of Qusayr
on July 11, 2012.

 The notorious US security firm Blackwater has set up military camps in Turkey’s border region with Syria to train armed groups fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

A report published by the Turkish newspaper Idinik said Blackwater agents have been operating at the border area and that the firm’s mercenaries are being deployed to Syria via the Turkish province of Hatay.

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