Syria militants to wage war on US, UK
… by Press TV, Tehran
[Editors Note: Well it appears that the Al-Nusrats have a stealth airforce to help them deploy as paratroopers here. Most of the foreign countries have been keeping tabs on their Rad Muslims that who have gone to fight in Syria. But these same countries have not uttered a word about putting arrest warrants out for them or no fly listings so they have to walk, or swim to their next gig.
The Israelis could always lend a hand with fake passports as they are masters at that and using terrorist proxies to create mayhem, as have many Western Intel agencies. What will be cool is to see what the US would do if the Saudis want to bring them in on special charter flights as ambassadors with diplomatic immunity… Jim W. Dean ]
This was the number one read story on Press TV today
In a video posted on the Internet, the foreign militants said the United States and the UK would be the next targets of their militancy.
One hundred British nationals have reportedly joined the foreign-backed groups in Syria, joining militants from the US, Canada, France, Russia, and the Netherlands.
German intelligence authorities have recently warned that German citizens are heading for Syria in increasing numbers and are able to integrate quickly into the foreign-backed militant groups in Syria.
On May 18, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that militants from 29 different countries are now fighting against the government in different parts of the country.
The militants receive the support of some Western countries and a number of regional states including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey. The countries provide weapons and funding to the militants in Syria.
According to statistics compiled by the United Nations, more than 100,000 people have been killed and millions displaced in the turmoil that erupted in Syria in 2011.
See the short video report here.
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