Syria FSA Terrorists Behind “False Flag” Attack against Turkey

German State television channel ZDF

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One of the German state television channels, the ZDF, has broadcasted two interesting reports today.

In both reports it is said that the so-called Syrian rebels have taken responsibility for yesterday`s provocations for which the Syrian Arab Army and thus, the Syrian government was immediately blamed for by the Turkish government, Western governments, last but not least, by Western media, of course.

The below link to the first video clip by the German State television channel ZDF, there is one of these examples for this. From minute 00:50 in this video report, it says the following (translated):

“Rockets and Mortar Fire – Turkey exacts vengeance for an attack from the Syrian side which took place yesterday afternoon. For weeks, Ankara has warned for any provocation in direction to Turkey. Until late at night, the fighting has taken place. Meanwhile, Syrian rebels have taken responsibility for this provocation.”

Link to video:

http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/video/1745664/Tuerkei-uebt-Vergeltungsschlag-aus#/beitrag/video/1745664/Tuerkei-uebt-Vergeltungsschlag-aus

In addition, there was another report by the German State television channel ZDF today. In the regular program called “Heute in Europa”, the ZDF has reported about the border violations of Syria and Turkey and also about the attack of a Turkish border town and the “answer” by the Turkish military.

In this video report of the German State TV channel ZDF it says following (wording):

“Yesterday night, Turkey took revenge for attacks from REBELS in Syria that have previously attacked a Turkish border village”

As one can read, the German media station ZDF has reported that Syrian rebels (we call them terrorists by the way) have previously attacked a Turkish border town before the Turkish government took revenge and shot back.

This official news report by ZDF was broadcasted today at 16:00 o`clock in the regularly news show “Heute in Europa” (“Today in Europe”); by the way, it is interesting what Turkey and Syria have to do in a news show about Europe, but OK.

Link to second video:

http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/video/1745802/heute-in-europa-vom-04102012

The broadcasted video also showed the border area between Turkey and Syria, but one is only able to see Turkish flags and the so-called flags of the Syrian rebels, which is in truth the French mandate flag. There are no Syrian flags visible, so it seems there is no Syrian army around.

In addition, the allegedly place from where the grenades in direction to Turkey were launched, is not occupied by the Syrian Arab Army to 100 percent.

In contrary, there are regularly fights between the Syrian Arab Army and the Western-backed Islamists and terrorists who try to enter Syria by crossing the Turkish border. No surprise because the Turkish government still hosts and supports these strange and radical fighters from several foreign countries.

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