In another media backlash against the Obama administration the corporate media is now reporting on the war crimes committed by CIA backed terrorists in Syria and the UN is calling for their acts to be prosecuted as war crimes.
A few weeks ago the latest of numerous videos of the CIA’s rebel terrorists in Syria committing war crimes went viral on the internet.
Time Magazine verified the authenticity of video which shows the CIA’s terrorist commander calling for an open genocide against Alawite Muslims in Syria while cutting organs out of a man and eating it.
Exclusive: ‘We Will Slaughter All of Them.’ The Rebel Behind the Syrian Atrocity Video
News sites around the world have shown Khalid al-Hamad sink his teeth into what appears to be the lung of a dead Syrian government soldier. His fellow rebels have called for him to be arrested or killed for the act. Human-rights groups have condemned him. But al-Hamad has no regrets.
In an interview conducted via Skype in the early hours of May 14, al-Hamad explained to TIME what caused him to cut out the soldier’s organs: “We opened his cell phone, and I found a clip of a woman and her two daughters fully naked and he was humiliating them, and sticking a stick here and there.”
The video, a 27-second clip in which al-Hamad brandishes organs that appear to be the lungs and heart of the Syrian soldier who lies dead at al-Hamad’s feet, was first seen by two TIME reporters in April. A few weeks later, TIME obtained a copy. Though we had been told by witnesses to the filming that the video was legitimate, we set about authenticating its content, aware of the potential that it could have been faked for propaganda purposes. Al-Hamad has now confirmed that the video is real, and that he did indeed take a bite of the soldier’s lung. (At the time of filming, al-Hamad believed he was biting into the liver. A surgeon who has seen the video confirms that the organ in question was a lung, which somewhat resembles the liver). On May 12, a copy of the video appeared on a proregime website, sparking a flood of Facebook Shares and YouTube views.
The Time report is a change from previous behavior by the corporate media which often would entirely ignore war crimes committed by the terrorists such as the video below showing the barbarians mass executing civilians.
When the media did report on the war crimes those reports were quickly scrubbed from the internet much like the following BBC report which was only on the internet for a day before being erased.
The BBC and the NY Times has scrubbed this video and the accompanying story altogether, removing the video and the story all together. Down the memory whole.
The video details man held hostage by Syria terrorists being told he was released in a prisoner exchange being sent on his way in a rebel truck.
But he didn’t know the terrorists had place a 300 kilo bomb in the truck that the rebels planned on detonating remotely to turn him into an unwitting suicide bomber.
The video also shows the terrorist ransacking a police chiefs house, making fun of the ‘freedom’ of photos of the chiefs family and wife whose face was uncovered in wedding photos.
Even the BBC narrator states if the attack was successful this would have been considered a war crime ball all measures.
Following the Time article verifying the authenticity of the latest video Human Rights Watch called the act of cannibalism a war crime and appealed to the UN to take action on the issue.
Cannibal terrorist says video from Syria is realA foreign-backed militant who was seen eating an organ of a dead Syrian soldier in a recent video has confirmed the authenticity of the 27-second clip.
In an interview with Time magazine conducted via Skype on Tuesday, Khalid al Hamad, known by his nom de guerre Abu Sakkar, confirmed that the video is real and that he did indeed take a bite of the soldier’s lung.
The video shows him cutting out some of the soldier’s organs and biting into one. At the time of the filming, al Hamad believed that he was eating the man’s liver, but A surgeon who saw the video said the organ in question was actually a lung.
Human Rights Watch said it was a war crime.
Human Rights Watch, which validated the video, issued a report on Monday in which it called on the United Nations Security Council to refer the Syria situation to the International Criminal Court to ensure accountability for all war crimes and crimes against humanity.
“I have another video clip that I will send to them. In the clip I am sawing another Shabiha [pro-government militiaman] with a saw. The saw we use to cut trees. I sawed him in small pieces and large ones,” al Hamad told Time.
Upon being called upon by Human Rights Watch the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has called the eating of a dead Syrian soldier’s organ by a foreign-backed militant as a “truly atrocious act,” saying it should be investigated as a “war crime” according to Press TV:
Organ eating of Syria soldier atrocious act, war crime: UN
“The video that has just emerged from Syria, apparently showing a rebel leader cutting out and biting the heart of a dead soldier, depicts a truly atrocious act,” Navi Pillay said on Tuesday in comments from Geneva.
On Sunday, the footage posted on the internet showed that Khalid al Hamad, known by his nom de guerre Abu Sakkar, cutting out some of the soldier’s organs and biting into one. At the time of the filming, al Hamad believed that he was eating the man’s liver, but a surgeon who saw the video said the organ in question was actually a lung.
“Mutilating or desecrating corpses during a conflict is a war crime,” the High Commissioner said, adding, “I urge the armed opposition groups in Syria to do everything in their power to halt such gross crimes.”
Pillay also called for a probe into other serious violations by the foreign-backed militants in Syria, such as acts of torture, summary executions and extra-judicial killings.
Perhaps now the UN will fully investigate the hundreds of videos showing graphic war crimes being committed by the Syria terrorists and take appropriate action to stop the bloodshed in Syria.
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