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Syrian Rebels Using Turkey Refugee Camps As Base For Attacks

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Full Story, Links & Background: http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/04/10/syrian-rebels-turkey-refugee-camps-base-attacks-115551/ The Syrian army's pursuit of rebels into Turkey border has sheds light on NATO plan for terrorist rebels to use humanitarian refugee camps as safe havens. The Syrian army's pursuit of rebels into Turkey border has sheds light on NATO plan for terrorist rebels to use humanitarian refugee camps as safe havens. On April 2nd, Syria announced they would abide by a UN backed peace plan which called for a seize fire in order to bring peace to the nation of Syria which has been besieged by armed rebel terrorist attacks for over a year. The government announced they would adhere to the cease fire by today, April 10th. But despite the government of Syria agreeing to the abide by the cease fire the rebel terrorist refused to the terms of the plan saying they would accept nothing less than a military intervention in the nation to remove the ruling government from power. As soon as the April 10th deadline came, the western media immediately attack the government of Syria for not living up to its promise of abiding by the cease fire. There is no mention incorporate media reports that the rebels have refused to abide by the UN and Arab League backed peace plan or respect the cease fire. It is clearly irrational to think that one side is supposed to abide by a when the other is still launching attacks which leads up to an attack by Syria rebels soon after the cease fire deadline elapsed Following the terrorist attack the Syria government pursued rebels across toward Turkey and eventually across the Turkey border where several of the terrorists - who again were being pursued following an attacked they launched - were killed. The media reports among those terrorists were reporters. What reporters are doing with terrorist we can only speculate but in any case the event drew the immediate announcement from Turkey, a NATO ally of the United States, that the UN peace deal is dead. Further investigation by the Syria government revealed that the Syria rebel terrorists, known officially as the Free Syria Army, are using refugee camps set up in Turkey to protect civilians as a base to launch their military operations. While on the surface it appears that the Turkish government isn't necessarily complicit in supporting the terrorists Tony Carlucci dissects a Brookings Institute think tank report below which reveals that use of these "humanitarian corridors" are in fact part of the scripted plan to implement the overthrow of the Syria government.