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Terrorists in Syria Self Destruction

Terrorists in Sheik Maqsoud

A new interview with the political analyst and commentator Randy Short brings the logical conclusion about the increasing power struggles and even armed battles between the numerous groups of terrorists and Islamists fighting in Syria against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in the capital, Damascus.

The armed infighting of these foreign-backs terrorist groups against each other have increased in recent months, and Western media is finally no more able to cover the power struggles between e.g. the groups of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), the Al Qaeda-linked “Al Nusra Front” and all the other Islamist “brigades” and armed groups of militants and terrorists in Syria.

The political commentator Randy Short is following the developments and events of the Syrian conflict since the beginning of the proxy war and terrorism in the Arab nation over two years ago.

In a new interview, Randy Short states, for example, that the “plot by the United States and its allies” in order to destroy the Arab nation Syria by the support of militancy in this country “have failed” as the foreign-supported terrorists are now “self-destructing” and this comment by Randy Short is not only a logical consideration after the recent months, but also very true.

According to the political analyst and human rights activist from Washington, Randy Short, the “so-called democracy-building was aimed” by the United States and its allies in the Middle East “to turn Syria into a failed criminal state” like what has been “done in Libya”.

In terms of the armed infighting between the foreign-backed groups of terrorists, militants and jihadists in Syria, Randy Short said in this interview with Press TV the correct and logical statement that when guns are given into the hands of “criminals, dogs, killers, and rapists… that have no conscience and no morality and no ideology” it is just the logical consequence that “they kill each other.” So true.

Terrorists in Sheik Maqsoud

The armed power struggles between the different groups with their different interests and motivations to fight in Syria against the secular government in the capital Damascus, have increased in recent months.

It is obvious that they have different interests, and that more and more of these “fronts and brigades” in Syria are finally motivated to carry out the most horrible violence, massacres, and terrorism by their radical religious stances. For example, the beheading of a Catholic priest and the new beheading of an innocent guy in a suburb of Damascus by a group of jihadists.

In recent weeks, there were many examples of armed infighting between the ranks of all the different groups of terrorists, militants and Islamists in Syria.

Just the day before yesterday, a group of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), the armed and radical ground forces of the external staged “Syrian opposition”, based in Turkey, fought against a group of jihadists in Aleppo and near the Syrian border to Turkey after another group of Islamists have killed a senior commander of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and threatened in several statements to kill all senior commanders of the “ground forces” (Free Syrian Army / FSA) of the so-called “Syrian opposition” (staged & outside Syria) in the Arab nation.

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  1. Arklight

    If the thugs want to kill each other off, that’s all right with me. The outfit that’s most dangerous is, in my opinion, Taliban. I’d suspect that a fair percentage of the other guerillas are young guys, thinking war is some sort of adventure, and ‘doing war for a lark’. and are not really as effective fighters Taliban doesn’t fall into that category. Taliban is hard core, and my guess is that any Taliban sent to Syria are very experienced combat veterans, disciplined and tough. In my opinion, they need to be eliminated wherever possible.


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