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Syrian Rebels Play Soccer with Severed Heads Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Jan 1, 2014, 07:51 PM

Syrian rebels are training for the Syrian World Cup soccer team by using decapitated heads as soccer balls. And they hope that US Sen. John McCain (R.-Az.) will be their designated coach.

Pravda reports that, "And where is the accountability and responsibility regarding their western terrorist-masters? Terrorists playing soccer not with balls but rather with the heads of Syrian civilians, decapitated. The images are shown in a video released Saturday (28) on social networks, showing the same armed men fighting for more than two and a half years to end overthrow the government in Damascus."

IHS Jane's Defense, a British consultancy group, has disclosed that the US State Department has funded over 100,000 al Qeda terrorists to ignite atrocities in Syria.

According to Pravda, "This video shows the atrocities committed by terrorists, in particular, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (EIIL) and Al-Nusra Front against Syrian Shia Muslims. Since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, some countries in the region, such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other Western nations, including the United States and its allies, have provided both financial and logistical support to armed groups to overthrow the government of Bashar al-Assad."

President Barack Obama aims to overthrow the Syrian government.

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