Gulf and Western-Backed Terrorists in Syria Behead a Palestinian Boy after Taunting Him

Murad Makhmudov and Lee Jay Walker

Modern Tokyo Times

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Gulf and Western-backed sectarians in Syria captured a terrified young Palestinian boy in Aleppo, then shortly afterwards they taunt and behead him without one ounce of compassion. On the contrary, just like other countless videos from day one in Syria of the crisis, these brutal sectarian Sunni Islamists adore slaughtering openly. Indeed, the only concern for Gulf and Western nations in the past was to stop the brutal Islamists, sectarians, and mercenaries, from filming the barbarity they do. After all, it is hard to sell the real reality of utter barbarity when Islamists praise Allah openly while cutting heads off – or when more criminal and mercenary elements butcher based on the internal reality of what they are.

The BBC reports that Syrian rebels (terrorists and sectarians) in a video are shown to be humiliating and taunting a young Palestinian boy. Shortly afterwards the Palestinian boy is beheaded openly like an animal to slaughter.

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“One video shows five men posing with the frightened child, who could be as young as 10, in the back of a truck. One of the men grips him by the hair… The same man is later filmed apparently cutting the boy’s head off,” says the BBC.

According to various reports, the brutal Sunni Islamist butchery took place in the north of the strategic city of Aleppo. Handarat, where the evil deed was committed, is in the location of an unofficial camp for refugees from Palestine.

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Sadly, just like Christians during the early period were cleansed in Homs and other areas by Gulf and Western-backed sectarian Sunni Islamists, the same applies to Alawites in various parts of the country, then Palestinians from Ein El Tal also faced the same fate. Indeed, despite Palestinians and the Kurds being overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim, this means nothing to Sunni Islamist Takfiris. After all, one paymaster (Turkey) fears the growing influence of the Kurds in parts of Northern Syria. Therefore, all Sunni Muslim loyalists to the Syrian government – or, for the Kurds who oppose ISIS (Islamic State –IS) and other sectarian Islamist groups – are deemed apostates and worthy of butchering.

The barbarians who taunted and then butchered this young Palestinian boy belong to the Nour al-Din al-Zinki Movement. Purportedly, the Palestinian boy killed is called Abdullah Issa and aged between 10 and 13 according to various sources. Irrespective of his real age, it is clear that he was terrified after being taunted and then butchered in a brutal and savage way that shames all Gulf and Western nations that sponsor countless Sunni Islamist, sectarian, mercenary, and terrorist forces against the central government of Syria.

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Palestinians in the Liwa al-Quds (The Jerusalem Brigade) militia are loyal to the nation that protected them when they were forced to abandon their homes in Palestine (Israel). The circumstances of his capture remain unclear but  he was in shock and fear. Sadly, his fear was justified because Gulf and Western back forces have behaved with depravity from day one – despite all the propaganda against the Syrian government.

The BBC says, “The group is reported to have benefited from financial and military support from the US, UK, France, Turkey, Qatar and other Gulf Arab states in the past.”

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-36835678

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