Siria: sono di varie nazionalita’ non-siriane le centinaia di terroristi uccisi recentemente – Syrian TV shows the identities of foreign terrorists killed in Damascus

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Sono di varie nazionalita’ non-siriane le centinaia di corpi dei terroristi uccisi in questi giorni.

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Dopo la liberazione di varie aree della Siria dalle bande armate di terroristi, ed averne uccisi  un gran numero (diverse centinaia, migliaia), le nostre forze armate (Syrian Arab Army) hanno scoperto tra di essi molti di varie nazionalità non siriane, tra cui parecchi egiziani e giordani. Questo ha dimostrato che vari stati arabi e della regione sono stati coinvolti nel fornire supporto logistico per sostenere il terrorismo.

Giorno dopo giorno, il ruolo di alcuni stati è rivelato chiaramente e con prove inconfutabili (i cadaveri di centinaia di terroristi stranieri); molti stati dell’area mediorientale e africana continuano a esportare terroristi, a impartire loro formazione militare e a supportare il contrabbando sia di essi che di armi in Siria.

Dopo aver inseguito questi terroristi da Al Midan ed Al Qaboon, le nostre forze armate (Syrian Arab Army), dopo aver effettuato gli accertamenti sui loro corpi, hanno scoperto che alcuni dei terroristi morti appartenevano a nazionalità di diversi stati arabi. Alcuni di questi terroristi, provenienti da Egitto, Giordania e Tunisia, hanno commesso reati in Siria.

Sia la Turchia che alcuni altri Stati confinanti danno rifugio e armi a questi terroristi. Il corrispondente della Agance France Presse ha riferito dell’esistenza di oltre 150 terroristi arabi, provenienti da diversi paesi islamici e africani lungo il confine siro-turco, in Bab Al Hawa.

Quei terroristi appartengono a organizzazioni estremiste religiose. Portavano mitragliatrici pesanti, lanciarazzi e mine fatte a mano. Il quotidiano britannico The Times ha affermato che i cosiddetti ribelli in Siria non erano altro che mercenari i quali ricevono denaro e armi da paesi stranieri, al fine di effettuare incursioni e imboscate.

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Traduzione a cura di FFP per SyrianFreePress.net Network & TG24Siria

at http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2012/07/28/sono-di-varie-nazionalita-non-siriane-le-centinaia-di-corpi-dei-terroristi-uccisi-in-questi-giorni/

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Syrian TV shows the identities of foreign terrorists killed in Damascus

The Syrian TV showed footage of bodies of terrorists from Egypt and Jordan who were killed by the Syrian armed forces when it was clearing al-Qaboun neighborhood in Damascus from armed terrorist groups.

The terrorists are Abdullah al-Desuqi Musa’ad Bassal and Yasser Abdelrazzaq Kamel Ibrahim from Egypt, Fares Faleh al-Ghazi, Usama Abdelqader Ahmad al-Zahabi, and Ahmmad Abullah al-Zahabi from Jordan.
Earlier, the Syrian TV showed footage of other terrorists who came from Tunisia and Libya, with Turkey and other neighboring countries providing facilitations to allow these murderers to enter Syria and kill its people.
The Times newspaper had reported that the so-called “rebels” in Syria are no more than mercenaries who are funded and given weapons from external sides.

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In May 2012, Addounia TV showed the identities of other 26 foreign terrorists arrested in Syria:

1. Suhail al-Saqasli – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 22 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

2. Majdi al-’Iyari – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 28 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

3. Muhammad al-Tarabulsi – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 29 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

4. Usama Hadhli – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 28 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

5. Walid Daffar – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 29 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

6. Sami Kamal – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 28 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

7. Bilal al-Iyari – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 05 April 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

8. Fahad Salih – Nationality: Libyan – Date arrested: 11 April 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

9. Fadi Musa – Nationality: Lebanese – Date arrested: 12 December 2011 – arms, ammunition and narcotic pills into the country from Lebanon
on behalf of armed terrorist groups in Syria.

10. Rida Bay – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 29 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

11. Muhammad Dayfallah – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 14 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

12. Abu Bakr Bubtan – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 8 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

13. Wisam Halimah – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 7 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

14. Ramadan Sultani – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 7 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

15. Muhammad May – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 7 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

16. Abdulrahim Shibli – Nationality: Egyptian – Date arrested: 3 January 2012 – Armed terrorist who acted in concert with an armed terrorist group to attack
army and security forces.

17. Ahmad Munaba’ah – Nationality: Jordanian – Date arrested: 3 August 2011 – Armed terrorist who acted in concert with an armed group to attack army and
security forces.

18. Mas’ud Ghumah – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 8 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

19. Wahid Fadil – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 8 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

20. Bilal al-Marzuqi – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 28 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

21. Haykal Tuwayti – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 10 March 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

22. Uqbah al-Nasiri – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 02 April 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

23. Amin Nasibi – Nationality: Tunisian – Date arrested: 01 April 2012 – Charge: membership of Al-Qaida

24. Muhammad Amir – Nationality: Lebanese – Date arrested: 19 October 2011 – Member of an armed group that attacked Syrian military and security personnel;
abetted the downfall of the regime.

25. Ayman Maghribi – Nationality: Palestinian-Lebanese – Date arrested: 27 October 2011 – Armed terrorist who intentionally committed acts of destruction and murder
in concert with armed groups; [illegible] took up arms and attacked army and
security personnel.

26. Ghazi Najm – Nationality: Lebanese – Date arrested: 22 December 2011 – Smuggling arms, ammunition and armed terrorist groups into Syria from
Lebanon; participated in attacks against army and security services checkpoints.

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