Free Syrian Army Leader Defects, Exposing FSA as Saudi-Israeli Run Project

03/12/2013 02:52

Saddam al-Jamal has since become associated with a group of jihadists called DAASH which are an even greater threat to the Syrian populace than the FSA.

Former leader of the
Former leader of the "Free Syrian Army" (FSA) Eastern Front, Saddam al-Jamal.

(SACRAMENTO) - The leader of the "Free Syrian Army" (FSA) Eastern Front, Saddam al-Jamal, has broken ties with the FSA, citing that the group has been infiltrated with foreign spy agencies from the west since the beginning. Al-Jamal also heads the "Allahu Akbar" Brigade in al-Bukamal in the Deir Ezzor area of eastern Syria.

Al-Jamal, who was a member of the FSA Staff Board or Supreme Military Council, dissociated himself from the FSA Military Council, and the National Coalition, aligning himself with al-Qaeda's "Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant," or DAASH as they refer to themselves. Sadly, the group poses a greater threat to Syria than the FSA.

As Franklin Lamb referenced in today's report, Salafist Crimes in Syria Against Islam Escalate as Sunnis Join Shia in Repudiation:

Daash appeared on the scene about a year ago, and some local observers believe it arrived via Iraq, with large amounts of funding from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey, and with latter, especially, facilitating its weapons, supplies and access to the north of Syria via Turkish territory.

Interestingly, at least two of the same exact countries that the FSA leader cites in the video, are backing DAASH. The former FSA Eastern Front leader reveals in the video below, that the person currently responsible for the file of the "Syrian Revolution" is Salman bin Sultan, Bandar's brother, from the Saudi royal family. It seems the Saudis have their hand in this game at every juncture.

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