Saudi Arabia has supposedly released 1239 criminals sentenced to death by beheading and sent them to Syria so that they can be educated for jihad and then to fight against the government troops. As the Neue Online Presse reports in their article “Release for Murder,” Turkey supposedly also proceeded in a similar fashion, which would be an absolute scandal and a case for the International Criminal Court.
(By Michael Stürzenberger)
It’s unbelievable, all the things that the motherland of Islam promotes.
An official Saudi document discloses that serious criminals condemned to death are being carted out of Saudi prisons for assignment in Syria and to step up in the war against Assad’s soldiers. This satisfies all of the characteristics for war crime and could bring the Saudi government, at least theoretically, before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. Likewise also party in this, Turkey, who also indulges in the same practice. Journalist Maya Naser, who works for press, TV and Al Alam and was in Damascus on September 26th of this year was murdered by a sniper shot to the throat when he was on the track for this very story. His colleague Hussein Mortada was injured with him, but survived the attack. According to reliable sources, the two sharp-shooters responsible were put in position exactly two hours before the attacks. When Naser reported about two bomb explosions, his fate overtook him. It is more than probable that this was no coincidence.
Saudi Arabia and Turkey together, hand-in-hand with terror sponsorship, with released, highly dangerous prisoners, a clean alliance. They deliver an illustrious troop to Syria that joyfully goes forth in massacre:
The group of exposed frontline prisoners includes 105 Yemenis, 21 Palestinians, 212 Saudis, 96 Sudanese, 254 Syrians, 82 Jordanians, 68 Somalis, 32 Afghans, 194 Egyptians, 203 Pakistanis, 23 Iraqis and 44 Kuwaiti citizens. The criminals were given a quick schooling in unconventional waging of war, terrorism and jihadism before their assignment. It can be presumed that this is not the only prison group in this foul game. The fact that it is a serious offense against the Geneva Convention, is apparently uninteresting in an illegal phase such as this. A few of the executed or incarcerated criminals apparently had contact with groups intimate with Al Qaeda.
Nobody needs to wonder anymore about the ongoing beheadings in Syria. This remark from Neopress is totally appropriate:
And state-sponsored terrorism is currently so much in fashion anyway that it doesn’t occur to anyone anymore when a couple more crazies in Syria kill people.
Here is the report from the Assyrian International News Agency, plus the original Arab document.