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Saudis Send Violent Prison Criminals to Fill Ranks of ISIS Sand Pirates in Syria

21st Century Wire says…

As 21WIRE reported back in June 2013 and also in August 2014, the ISIS phenomenon has always been a marriage of convenience between the NATO-GCC Axis powers and thousands of hardened criminals released from prisons, and ‘into the wild’ of Syria’s uncivil war.

Based on past reports, it’s very likely that ISIS’s own initial ‘troop surge’ in 2014 grew from three separate mass jail breaks in Libya, Pakistan and Iraq – which took place only weeks apart in the summer of 2013. The progression of events was ignored by the mainstream media who only reported each individual incident, but failed to see a meaningful trend. It’s estimated that over 2,000 potential ISIS fighters were collected during these highly organized and coordinated jail breaks – falling under the supervision and management of western intelligence agencies and US military trainers, as well as British and French Special Forces and ‘advisors’.

Moreover, if the report below is indeed true, then with thousands more convicts from Saudi prisons, we can see how degenerate ISIS brigades have seemingly formed from nowhere.

Note: these are actual criminal fighters who are being prepared and put into guerrilla combat, and are not the same men as those played by other international actors depicted in numerous staged ISIS ‘execution’ videos.

The detailed report below offers an even more shocking development in the ISIS ‘Sand Pirate’ saga – with Saudi Arabian authorities accused of exporting its violent offenders – forcing many of its worst psychotic and mentally ill prisoners to fight in John McCain’s wayward ‘rebel’ army in Syria.

Just like the 17th and 18th century pirate epoch, many of today’s ISIS criminal privateers are impressed into a ruthless and unconventional “asymmetric” conflict in Syria and Iraq. Same concept, and almost the same flag (below).

Another Anglo-American international protection racket?

Saudi Arabia commits War Crime by Forced Use of Prisoners in Syria Insurgency

Christof Lehmann
NSNBC

An official and classified Saudi Arabian document reveals that the government of Saudi Arabia releases its most dangerous prisoners who are sentenced to death under the condition that they take part in the attempted subversion Syria. The practice constitutes a serious war crime. Earlier in 2012 PRESS TV and Al Alam journalist Maya Naser was assassinated shortly after he began investigating the same crime being committed by Turkish authorities.

The official, classified document shows that the authorities of Saudi Arabia have ordered the release of a group of the most dangerous criminals who have been sentenced to death in exchange for going to fight in Syria.

Prior to their deployment to Syria, the convicts are to be trained in unconventional warfare, terrorism, or in what is euphemistically described as Jihad.

The group of convicts includes 105 Yemeni, 21 Palestinian, 212 Saudi, 96 Sudanese, 254 Syrian, 82 Jordanian, 68 Somali, 32 Afghan, 194 Egyptian, 203 Pakistani, 23 Iraqi and 44 Kuwaiti citizens. It is unlikely that this group is the only such group that is going to be deployed by Saudi Arabia.

Continue this article at NSNBC

Ch/L – nsnbc 10.12.2012

Related articles and resources:

1) SPECIAL FORCES UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE – TC 18-01

2) NATO`s 25th Summit in Chicago in Preparation of Global Full Spectrum Dominance

3) Killing of Journalist Maya Naser in Damascus possibly tied to his investigation into Turkey War Crimes.

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