US-BACKED ‘MODERATE REBELS’ BEHEADED BOY ‘BY MISTAKE.’ MEANWHILE HIGH RANKING REBEL COMMANDERS RESPONSIBLE

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All we know that Western media outlets are the most unbiased and independent around the world. And CNN is one of the best among them. Let’s look at CNN’s coverage of the situation with Palestinian boy beheaded by US-backed ‘moderate rebels’ from the Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki (GRAPHIC FOOTAGE).

Nour al-Din al-Zenki is a militant group that recieves support from the US and is affiliated to the Supreme Military Command (SMC) of the Free Syrian Army (FSA). In other words, these guys are the same “moderate rebels” that US State Department supports in Syria in every statement.

Yesterday’s CNN post about the situation:

mistakeBy today, they’ve updated the title, a little bit:

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According to CNN, the Nour al-Din al-Zenki released a statement at its Facebook page, calling the killing an “individual mistake” and said it would investigate “the human rights abuses that were shared on social media sites.”

However, the group’s highest ranked commanders…

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President al-Assad’s interview with NBC News ~ [Full Transcript and Full Video in English]

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(Damascus, 14/7/2016) ~ President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to NBC News. Following is the full video and transcript:


Full Video of the interview in English
with Arabic subtitles


Full Transcript

NBC Journalist: Mr. President, thank you for having us and allowing NBC News to ask you some important questions.

President Assad: You’re most welcome in Damascus.


Question 1: A few weeks ago, you told lawmakers here that you would retake every inch of Syria. The U.S. State Department called that “delusional.” You’re a long way from winning this war, aren’t you? Never mind retaking every inch of Syria.

President Assad: Actually, the Syrian Army has made a lot of advancement recently, and that is the goal of any army or any government. I don’t think the statement for the United States is relevant. It doesn’t reflect any respect to the international law, to the Charter of the United Nations. It doesn’t…

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President al-Assad: “Western nations attack Syrian government openly and deal with it secretly” ~ [Full Text, Video ~ Interview to Australian SBS TV]

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Damascus, 1 July 2016 ~ President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview to the Australian SBS TV channel in which he criticized the double standards of the West- openly attacking the Syrian government politically, but continuing to deal with it through back channels-calling for a more humanitarian and less costly solution to refugee crisis through stopping support to the terrorists.

The following is the full video and text of the interview:


FULL INTERVIEW IN ENGLISH


FULL INTERVIEW IN ARABIC


Journalist: Mr. President, thank you for speaking with SBS Australia.

President Assad: You’re most welcome in Syria.


Question 1: It’s now more than five years since the Syrian crisis began. It’s estimated somewhere around a quarter of a million people have been killed, many of them civilians. There’s an undeniable humanitarian disaster. How far into the crisis do you think you are, and is there an end in sight?

President Assad: Of course, there…

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