BBC News HD-Syrian rebels try to use prisoner for suicide bombing 2012:
According to the BBC, The New York Times has released a video describing FSA rebels trying to use a captured civilian prisoner as a suicide bomber at the Syrian government checkpoint.
The prisoner apparently was caught up in a violent occupation by the FSA, aided by Al-Qaeda according to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) article posting.
The truth is that the U.S. Government seems to be allowing and maybe even helping the Al-Qaeda terrorist group to help overthrow the Syrian Government waging wars in smaller countries that will not play ball with the plans for a global governance program where sovereignty of countries will be a thing of the past.
It will continue to look worse for both the US and UK untill there is a legitimate government in the USA and not a mafia run banker occupation. The world will not survive if we continue to let the US government and UK government commit these war crimes.
The United States and European powers blame Russia for the deadlock on the 15-nation council. Last month Russia and China joined forces in their third double veto on the Syrian crisis to strike down a resolution that would have called for an end to the violence and threatened Damascus with sanctions.
The BBC used to show reports from world media anytime they feel like it until this report. They took it down silently without stating the reason behind removing it, whether they were asked by NYT or not.
The report says the video was shot by NYT, and the video has a NYT watermark on it. It's reasonable to assume NYT asked the BBC to take the video down.
Media constantly portrays these rebels as righteous and just fighting for freedom, but with Al Qaeda plenty among their ranks, it's a dangerous game to play. Even if the current government is toppled, the civil war will continue afterwards.