Skip to comments.Brutality of Syrian Rebels Posing Dilemma in West
Posted on 09/05/2013 11:56:38 PM PDT by WilliamIII
The Syrian rebels posed casually, standing over their prisoners with firearms pointed down at the shirtless and terrified men.
The prisoners, seven in all, were captured Syrian soldiers. Five were trussed, their backs marked with red welts. They kept their faces pressed to the dirt as the rebels commander recited a bitter revolutionary verse.
For fifty years, they are companions to corruption, he said. We swear to the Lord of the Throne, that this is our oath: We will take revenge.
The moment the poem ended, the commander, known as the Uncle, fired a bullet into the back of the first prisoners head.
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Liberals are only against water-boarding. Droning, beheading, shots in the head at close range.....no big deal to leftist liberals.
Christian murdering thugs,
Yeah, let’s throw our lot in with them, yeah, that’s the ticket/
We must step in and help these people beat Assad. (/s)
That’s right. They loved Pol Pot too, and only feigned outrage after the Vietnamese overthrew him. Now they’re fine with the Syrian version of the Khmer Rouge that will purge Syria of Christians. But don’t you dare do anything to defend American national security - don’t rough any one up!
>>”Their cellphones, the former aide said, had videos of soldiers raping Syrian civilians and looting.
Mr. Issa declared them all criminals, he said, and a revolutionary trial was held. They were found guilty.
Mr. Issa, the former aide said, then arranged for their execution to be videotaped so he could show his work against Mr. Assad and his military to donors, and seek more financing.
The video ends abruptly after his fighters dump the soldiers broken bodies into a well. “<<
I think they did exactly what the US Justice System would have done without the expense of cops, judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys and prison guards. They captured criminals, tried, convicted and executed them.
Where’s the difference? It would have taken us $500 million dollars and thirty years to accomplish what they did in a few hours for a $100.