US-Backed “Moderates” Offer Condolences to Al-Qaeda September 9, 2016 Op-ed By Ollie Richardson Communique translated by Sufyan Jan The now notorious “FSA” terrorist group Nour al-Din al-Zenki have released a communique in which they offer their condolences to Jabhat Fatah al-Sham (ex al-Nusra) for the death of two of their commanders – apparently the result of a US airstrike on Thursday, although Washington has since denied this. #تعزية#حركة_نور_الدين_الزنكي تتوجه إلى الأخوة في #جيش_الفتح بأحر التعازي باستشهاد القائد أبو هاجر الحمصي تقبله الله pic.twitter.com/mIKu9KdY7l — حركةنور الدين الزنكي (@NDZankiMotion) September 9, 2016 “Condolences”: “Harakat Nour Al-Din Zinki in its leadership and its common rank in file extend their condolences to Jaish Al-Fath for the martyrdom of Abu-Hajar Al-Homsy, and we take an oath onto God to move forward towards achieving the goals of our revolution, which is to liberate the land and its people from all forms of oppression or we will die as martyrs while trying” As a reminder, Nour al-Din al-Zenki are the group that beheaded a 12 year old boy, whose father was believed to be a Syrian soldier. They dragged him from the hospital he was staying in, and, after teasing him, cut his head off in the back of a pickup truck. The State Department, on multiple occasions, has refused to confirm just what exactly this group is receiving from the US in terms of ammunition or other logistical support, and any actual condemning of the incident, only that “if” it happened, its very bad. In actuality, statements coming from US officials are generally meaningless hot air, and only serve to further obfuscate the details of what is really going on in Syria. Of course, by now the majority of Americans have become rather apathetic towards the 2001 attack on the twin towers, which is why the covert arming and support of al-Qaeda can be done without any resistance. Copyright © 2016. All Rights Reserved.