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Al Jazeera's attacks on Syria: some background

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US-Sponsored Terrorists Committed Houla Massacre:

The Houla massacre, the game changing false flag operation of Western powers:

Al-Jazeera involved in killing Syrians:

SYRIA Leaked Video Of Al Jazeera Using A Child To Fake Injuries:

AlJazeera LIES about Dead Family In Syria:

Libyan officials say Qatar, Al Jazeera arranged revolt:

Al Jazeera Faked Syria, Libya News Reports Says Producer:

'Humanitarian Intervention' in Libya - the duplicitous game:

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Tim Anderson is an academic and social activist based in Sydney, Australia
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Syria represents the most pluralistic nation in th... by Tim Anderson on Sunday, Nov 25, 2012 at 10:08:56 PM
While this writer makes salient points, there is v... by Michael Germain on Sunday, Nov 25, 2012 at 10:12:22 PM
I wish the documentary Syria:War and Faith was in ... by George Eliason on Monday, Nov 26, 2012 at 1:07:07 AM