Updates: The rule of zombies: Why Are Obama and Kerry So Desperate to Start a New War? of 8 Sep 2013 by Paul Craig Roberts. More updates here.
A copy of a video by the western backed anti-government jihadists 'explains' to viewers how Bibles seized from Syrian Christians pose an even greater threat than the chemical weapons1 allegedly used by the Syrian government:
"O nation of Muhammed, wake up! For there are things even more dangerous than chemical weapons. Beware the Christianization campaigns." (sign in arabic displayed near the star of the video)
"They exploit the needs of Syrian citzens in order to spread Christian thought."
"Very large quantities of evangelization and Christianization books ..."
"... that are brought in by Western organsizations to support the needs of Syrian citizens"
Syria was amongst the very first countries to adopt Chrstianity
In fact, Christianity was never "brought in" from the west. Syria, along with neighbouring Palaestine, was one of the first areas to adopt Christianity in the very early years of the first Millenium, well before Islam was founded in 622AD. Christianity was spread from Syria, as well as Palestine, to the west and the rest of the world. The ignorance of hitory and culture in this video is striking.
#fnBibles1" id="fnBibles1">1. #txtBibles1">↑ The ludicrous claim, that the Syrian Government, which even NATO admitted in June 2013, enjoys the support of 70% of Syrians, murdered hundreds of its own citizens with chemical weapons, has been comprehensively disproven on web sites such as , PressTV, Russia Today, Voltaire Net and the Land Destroyer Report.
#appendix_3442" id="appendix_3442">Appendix: Updates on Syria conflict
Number of U.S. military aircraft at Shannon [air base, Ireland] raises concerns of 8 Sep 2013 on Shannon Watch
Majority of Turks against Syria intervention: Survey of 6 Sep 2013 on the Hurriet Daily News
Amash: ‘Some Things Are Being Embellished’ by White House of 8 Sep 2013 by Patrick Brennan. Artcle includes video (1:42) of Representative Justin Amash, a libertarian-leaning Republican who opposes U.S. intervention in Syria.