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A Brief History Of US Covert Action In Syria - Part 2 [zero hedge]

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PDF In part 2 of this corrective history of the Syrian proxy war which notable Middle East experts have lately urged is important and essential reading, William Van Wagenen demonstrates the direct US-al Qaeda relationship during the heart of the war, resulting in genocide against religious minorities. Part 1 is available here. Part 2: The Myth of US 'Inaction' in Syria, by William Van Wagenen via The Libertarian InstituteMember of the US-backed FSA, Aleppo, Syria. Image source: Wiki CommonsIn March of 2015, rebels from the Jaish al-Fatah coalition, which included Nusra and the jihadist rebel group Ahrar al-Sham, launched a coordinated assault along with brigades from the FSA on Idlib province, leading to the capture of the province as a whole from Syrian government forces two months later.Rebels captured Idlib city itself on March 29. Al-Jazeera quoted the pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) as declaring “Al-Nusra Front and its allies have captured all of Idlib,” in [Read more]

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