Syria's Liberating Struggle Continues
Syrian forces struggle against Western-recruited Islamofascist killers.
by Stephen Lendman
Syrians struggle valiantly to defeat Western-recruited invaders. Islamofasists infest their ranks. They're cold-blooded killers.
Assad is falsely blamed for their crimes. They include horrific atrocities. On December 23, Hama province residents were slaughtered. Reports said up to 100 in Halfaya. Headlines claimed a government air strike hit a bakery.
Suspect videos showed bloodstained corpses amid rubble and shrapnel. On December 24, Voice of Russia headlined "Syria: Halfaya residents massacred," saying:
The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said "Militants have massacred the residents of Halfaya in Hama (Syria)." Al Jazeera, Al Arabiya, and Western media falsely blamed Assad.
"The terrorists photographed them in a way enabling them to accuse the local residents of an attack on the government forces at the moment when the UN-Arab League envoy to Syria Lahdar Brahimi arrived in Damascus."
Russia Today quoted Syrian TV. Insurgents were blamed. They were accused of "filming the aftermath to 'frame the army.' "
Videos are easy to fake. An amateur YouTube one "has not been independently verified." Why would Syrian forces target civilians lined up to buy bread?
Dubious sources don't explain. Predictable reports point fingers the wrong way. It happens every time.
In early December, media scoundrels reported an Agrab, Hama village massacre. Opposition sources were cited. Fake videos were broadcast.
Pro-government militiamen were accused of killing up to 300 civilians. Reports said they were held hostage inside a blown up building.
A house reportedly bombed by Syrian forces still stands. The entire account emitted a familiar odor. It lacked credibility like numerous previous ones.
Britain's Channel 4 interviewed three independent witnesses. They told the same story. Anti-Assad "rebels" were responsible. They targeted Alawites. A dozen or more others fled Aqrab. They reported the same thing.
One witness said responsible fighters "had long beards. It was hard to understand what they said. They weren't dressed like normal Syrians."