“Fund Syria’s rebels — but be honest about it” (original: http://ca.news.yahoo.com/fund-syria%E2%80%99s-rebels-%E2%80%94-but-be-honest-about-it.html)
Michael Petrou, Maclean’s – August 19, 2012
“On Monday, I reported that CRS directed potential donors to Human Concern International. Al-Qaeda lieutenant Ahmed Said Khadr, the father of Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr, once ran HCI’s Pakistan operations, though HCI has never been charged with any terror-related offences…
“… Postmedia News said the Conservatives confirmed Canada was funding Canadian Relief for Syria because it wanted to provide assistance directly to Syrian rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad….
“… Baird said Canada wouldn’t be funding Canadian Relief for Syria after all….
“…But I’m guessing Canada wants to help Syrian rebels but is afraid to say so openly…
“There are risks to a rebel victory, too. Horrible revenge attacks against Alawites — the minority sect to which Assad belongs — are possible. There are credible reports that al-Qaeda fighters are within rebel ranks…”
It’s clear that Western governments – for the sake of their empire-building balance-of-power strategies still work with or use “al-Qaeda” and related groups. This fits with the known history, and it fits with the facts concerning Libya, the 9/11 inside job, the Balkans and the anti-Soviet struggle:
Libya: Al Qaeda flag flown above Benghazi courthouse
Fox News: “Al Qaeda” member Anwar Al-Awlaki dined at the Pentagon after 9/11
Alleged 9/11 hijackers trained at U.S. Bases
9/11 hijackers lived with FBI informant
Pre 9/11 FBI memo, Arabs taking aviation lessons in U.S.
Brzezinski and the Mujahadeen
Balkans Redux (use of Mujahadeen)
Bosnia, Hysteria Politics, and the Roots of International Terrorism (use of Mujahadeen/Al-Qaeda)
The Difference Between the Taliban, Al-Qaida and the Mujahideen