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Obama's Al-Qaeda rebels burn Christian villagers alive
« on: December 20, 2013, 04:56:39 PM »
Obama’s Al-Qaeda Rebels Burn Christian Villagers Alive

December 20, 2013 by Kris Zane 11 Comments





In what is reminiscent of Nazi atrocities, Obama-backed al-Qaeda rebels massacred dozens of villagers—most of them Christians—by burning them alive using large ovens the village used to bake bread.

This was actually the second act of genocide funded by our President, Barack Hussein Obama. The first massacre occurred on August 21, 2013, in which the same Syrian rebels dropped a chemical weapon in the eastern suburb of Eastern Ghouta, Syria. This was the same chemical weapon that Obama blamed on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. All shown to be a lie by high-level sources in the Pentagon cited by Pulitzer-Prize winning author Seymour Hersh in a blockbuster article. In fact, per Hersh, Obama lied about the extent of his planned war against Syria. Per his sources, Obama had in fact planned a full-scale invasion of Syria, using a staggering 70,000 troops, that was to last months if not years.

It’s a wonder the American people haven’t surrounded the White House with torches and pitchforks demanding that the psychopath of a President, Barack Hussein Obama, be tarred and feathered.

Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/obamas-al-qaeda-rebels-burn-christian-villagers-alive/#WEk7xdek3HmPWHeQ.99
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