Obama-Backed Syrian Rebels Praise Bin Laden, Celebrate 9/11 Attacks

Paul Joseph Watson
Infowars.com
January 5, 2013

A shocking video has emerged which shows Obama administration-backed Syrian rebels singing songs in praise of Osama Bin Laden while celebrating the “sweet memory” of the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11.

The clip shows FSA members and their supporters in the city of Idlib chanting anti-American songs at a rally while waving flags and banners.

The White House has supported the FSA militants in their bid to overthrow President Bashar Al-Assad despite the fact that Syrian rebels have been responsible for a plethora of atrocities, from terrorist attacks and massacres, to forcing people to become suicide bombers, to attacks on Christian churches and making children carry out grisly beheadings of unarmed prisoners. Read more…
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