McCain's Terrorists and Mohammed
Updated June 11, 2013
added link to McCain's visit with gangsters involved in kidnapping
THE PRO-DEMOCRACY PROTESTER Mohammed Qataa, a 14-year-old coffee vendor in Aleppo, was murdered in front of his parents by a gang of foreign terrorists. His parents said Mohammed had taken part in pro-democracy demonstrations.
SEN. JOHN McCAIN visited the leadership of the terrorist gangs and kidnappers during his recent trip to Syria. When asked about their documented record of terrorism and war crimes McCain dismissed these as "Isolated incidents of people who have just gotten … battle-hardened and angry." McCain is either lying or utterly naive about the people he is supporting in Syria.
In an article about the secret surveillance of our phone calls and emails being done by the National Security Agency (NSA) the Associated Press reported on June 10:
Edward Snowden identified himself Sunday as a principal source behind revelations about the National Security Agency's sweeping phone and Internet surveillance programs.... The NSA has been collecting the phone records of hundreds of millions of Americans each day, creating a database through which it can learn whether terror suspects have been in contact with people in the U.S.
So the NSA is collecting all of this data in order to "learn whether terror suspects have been in contact with people in the U.S.?" This simply doesn't make any sense. Why should the NSA be collecting all the data from our private communications to see if we are talking to terrorists while Sen. John McCain simply goes to Syria at taxpayers expense and openly meets with real-life terrorists who are seeking to overthrow the Assad government in Damascus?
The armed gangs that are trying to overthrow the Syrian government have clearly committed a host of war crimes and atrocities. The latest was the execution of a 14-year-old boy in Aleppo for a comment he made that was seen by the Muslim terrorists as heretical.
The boy, Mohammed Qatta (or Qataa) sold coffee on the streets of Aleppo. There are slightly different versions of the story, but it went something like this:
Mohammed Qatta had a dispute and refused to give a customer coffee. “Even if Mohammed comes back to life, I won’t,” the boy said, who was known by his nickname “Salmo.”
Extremist rebels driving past in a black car overheard the comment, according to the opposition Aleppo Media Center. Qatta was taken away by the fighters and when they brought him back, his head was wrapped with his shirt and his body covered with marks from whipping.
The rebels, evidently not from Syria, then read out the boy’s sentence – not in a Syrian accent, but in classical Arabic. They accused the boy of blasphemy and told the crowd – which included the boy’s parents – that anyone who insulted the Prophet would suffer a similar fate.
"Generous citizens of Aleppo, disbelieving in God is polytheism and cursing the prophet is a polytheism. Whoever curses even once will be punished like this."
Rami Abdulrahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the boy's mother had pleaded with the killers, whose Arabic indicated that they were not Syrian, not to shoot her son.
The terrorist then fired two bullets from an automatic rifle in the face of Mohammed. He did this in front of the boy's mother and father and a crowd of people, then got in a car and left.
Qatta had been shot in the mouth and neck. A photo released late Sunday of the dead Mohammed showed that his jaw had been completely destroyed.
It should be noted that the primary sources of this story are media outlets associated with the rebels who are fighting the forces of the Syrian government. The rebels are an army of foreign mercenaries who are being supported by Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, France, Britain, Jordan, and the United States. As Syrian government forces, supported by Hezbollah fighters from Lebanon, continue their counter-offensive against the rebels in Homs and Aleppo we will see a frantic response on the part of the rebels and their supporters. The Obama administration is reportedly considering supplying weapons to the rebels and imposing no-fly zones over Syria. When they ask us to support the rebels in Syria we should remember what the rebels did to Mohammed in Aleppo.
Sources and Recommended Reading:
"5 things to note about NSA surveillance programs," Associated Press, June 10, 2013
"John McCain meets with kidnappers in Syria," Voltaire Network, June 1, 2013
"NSA, the secret AT&T spy room, and 2 Israeli companies" by Jon Rappoport, June 9, 2013
"Senator John McCain Meets Leaders of Terror Brigade in Syria. The NGOs that Made it Happen" by Phil Greaves, Global Research, June 09, 2013
"Teenager, 14, Executed By Islamist Rebels in Syria" by Alexander Marquard, ABC News, June 10, 2013