Friday, 2 March 2012

The Syria Army reports they have captured 120 French troops fighting in Homs alongside rebel terrorists

The government of Syria says According to them, a brigade of 120 French soldiers part of a transmission unit came to support the rebels were caught by forces loyal to the Syrian regime in the region of Zabadani, after they took control of a key neighborhood in the city of homes.

The news of the arrests follow admissions from the Syria rebels to journalists earlier in the week that the US and France were supplying anti-aircraft missiles and other arms to the opposition forces.
So far French and western media outlets have not reported on the claims but instead have been awkwardly silent.

Given recent calls by many European nations to provide the rebels with ammunition and other support, the idea of foreign forces can not be ruled out.

In fact, there have been many rumors and intelligence reports that British special ops are in fact on the ground, directly and arming the rebel forces.

Earlier today the AP reported that the London based SNC, which has been recognized by the EU as the true representatives of people of Syria, was formed in response to EU calls to unify the rebel forces under a single umbrella so they could be supplied with European arms.

It should be noted that at the beginning of the civil war in Libya, which saw the fall of Gaddafi, the loyalist troops had arrested eight members of the British intelligence services initially before releasing them.

For those who have been following the crisis, it is quite clear western forces are following the steps they used to sack Libya.

The Army of the 'Islamic Emirate of Baba Amr' left Metis Anti-tank missiles behind ...

"After the flight of 35 military advisers and Western journalists, the 2000 fighters of the Free “Syrian” Army clustered in the Islamic Emirate of Baba Amr lost all hope of seeing the promises of the West come true.
Wednesday, 29 February 29, hundreds chose to surrender before the Syrian National Army penetrated the rebel area.
The Islamic Emirate of Baba Amr occupied less than 40 acres when it was cordoned off by loyalist forces. It comprises only part of the Baba Ams district itself, and some adjacent streets.
Syria is a country of 185,000 km2, inhabited by 23 million people.
The insurgents gave themselves up, leaving their weapons behind. Their arsenal included shooting stations and AT-13 / 9K115 Metis anti-tank missiles. This Russian equipment being already outdated and quite widespread in the region, it is difficult at this time to pinpoint via which trafficking ring it was actually delivered.
At the start of the Battle of Homs, the rebels were also in possession of anti-tank Milan firing stations."

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