to underline this salient point from the previous day’s press

Why Faschingstein Took AQ in Syria Off the Terrorist List
Daniel McAdams, May 16 2017

It might come as a surprise to many Pindosis to learn that their government does not classify AQ in Syria as a terrorist organization. To learn the reason it refuses to make this determination would shock them even more. The Syrian franchise of the organization involved in the 9/11 attacks on NYC & Faschingstein has long gone by the name Jabhat al-Nusra and was sent into Syria by the head of AQ in Iraq, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (? – RB). Baghdadi went on to launch the rival breakaway group Daesh, while Nusra maintained its status as AQ’s boots on the ground in the war against the Syrian government. In 2015 the group decided to re-brand itself Jabhat Fateh al-Sham while, as reported by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, continuing to incorporate smaller organizations into its structure. The State Dept did not buy into the PR makeover of AQ, and designated Sham a terrorist organization as well. Early this year, Shams decided to rename itself Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS). The leader of the new group is the same old leader, and is listed by Pindostan as a “Specially Designated Global Terrorist” with a $10m bounty on his head. But strangely enough, Pindosi has not designated the new organization a terrorist organization, even as it warns off other groups seeking to join the newly branded AQ in Syria. Why is that? Again from the Canadian state news agency:

The reasons for the reluctance to list the new AQ formation may have to do with one of its new members, the Nur’ed-Din Zenki Brigade, Jihadis from the Aleppo governorate. They were an early and prominent recipient of Pindosi aid, weapons, and training. For Pindostan to designate them now would mean acknowledging that it supplied sophisticated weapons including TOW anti-tank missiles to “terrorists,” and draw attention to the fact that it continues to arm Jihadi militias in Syria.

You read that right: The reason that Pindostan cannot designate AQ in Syria as a terrorist group is because that would make it legally responsible for having supplied a terrorist group with extremely sophisticated weapons and training. Pindostan is arming and training terrorists in Syria, and instead of just getting out, it is pretending that AQ is not a terrorist organization.

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