Wednesday, July 24, 2013

UPDATED "British Muslim Women Starting Jihad Families in Syria"

Young British women, recent converts to Islam, are starting families of Jihadists and martyr wannabees in Syria

They don't stop to think about the people whose houses they took, who are now rotting away in refugee camps in Jordan and Turkey, if they are lucky

In the meantime: Al Qaeda linked extremists have taken hostage about 200 Kurdish civilians, including women and children, using them as live shields in north-eastern Syria, Russia’s Foreign Ministry has stated. Western powers supporting organizations like al-Qaeda-linked Jahbat al-Nusra are to be blamed for the situation in northern Syria.

The United States, Saudi Arabia, and Britain are actively supporting al-Qaeda-linked organizations that are ransacking and murdering women and children. “All we are hearing from London and Washington are talks about a no-fly zone and arming the very people who are killing women and children there.

And from Turkey, certainly the Turkish right wing has brought ideas of invading Syria from the north to kill more Kurdish people.” says RT's reporter Rattansi.

Civilians remain hostage after Syrian Kurds clashed with Al-Qaeda linked militants in the north-eastern Syrian towns of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain, along the Syrian-Turkish border over the weekend.

In these areas, there has long been confrontation between the troops of the international extremists affiliated with al-Qaeda and local Kurdish militias who stood up to protect their homes from attacks by radical Islamists.

Syrian Kurd fighters captured a rebel leader, or emir, identified as Abu Musab. In response, Al-Qaeda extremists abducted 500 civilians, including woman and children. “They started to kill innocent people by cutting off their heads,” the statement read.

“Kurds had to free Abu Musab in exchange for an agreement to release hostages.” Despite the Kurdish fighters agreed to release Abu Musab in exchange for people, about 200 people are still in the hands of extremists. The commander was freed as agreed.

The Kurdish gunmen have been fighting to expel al-Qaeda militants from the northeastern province of Hassakeh over the past week, with the battle significantly intensifying over the weekend. (Source includes video report)