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Moon of Alabama
The very same atrocities were done by the very same "moderate rebels" to other people in Syria throughout the last 8 years that your paper, the , heavily promoted them.
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Veronica Oct 16
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Totally true same thing has been happening in Syria for a while by the lovely rebels, but I guess back then it didn't matter for the media because that happened to a "loyalist" like if they were not all just civilians.
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MrMojoRising Oct 16
Replying to @MoonofA @nytimes
So true..
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investigate 3/11 Oct 16
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Bingo. “The Turkish backed FSA” is mostly rebranded Ahrar al Sham at fighters at this point (who were always a Turkish paramilitary group) Anyone that is intellectually honest will admit as much
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Ein guter Freund Oct 16
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Thinks: ..that's the simple truth!
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HarryTrevor8888 Oct 16
There's no such good things as moderate rebels in a war ..however there are ... our rebels and there rebels
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Peter Yang-Yeovil Oct 16
Replying to @MoonofA @nytimes
Echoes of the Contras and other CIA death squads from the Reagan era. Back then they were "freedom fighters." Today it's "moderate rebels." The arc of imperial decline, even as the propaganda becomes more intense than ever
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Ficus bubu Oct 16
Replying to @MoonofA @nytimes
You have to be psychopathic to modify your position on these same rebels in only a matter of days, along with being bought and paid to flap your yap
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Thass Oct 16
Replying to @MoonofA @nytimes
Arab militias are Syrian. Why blame the Turks. PKK, YPG are terrorist outfits.
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Gord P Oct 17
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Turks and Turkish backed terrorists are behaving likes Turk have been for centuries. Nothing new.
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Stevun Oct 17
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