Wikileaks Reveals that NATO Troops Operate inside Syria

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Damascus, Mar 9 (Prensa Latina) Recent revelations by Wikileaks on the presence of NATO troops in Syria coincide with rumors in journalistic and academic circles here about the alleged arrests of British and French agents in the city of Homs.

An information in the newspaper Islam Times and quoted by Cham Press assured that U.S. and NATO secret troops operate within Syria against the government of President Bashar al-Assad, according to Wikileaks, which made headlines for having revealed private matters of U.S. politics.

This time, Wikileaks released a message from an information analyst who works for Stratfor, a U.S.-based firm that specializes in strategic and intelligence analyses, and who said that he had attended a meeting at the Pentagon with several NATO officials from France and the United Kingdom last December.

In his letter, the specialist pointed out that he learned that members of the military alliance were already on Syrian territory at the time, training armed gangs of extremists.

Teams of special operation forces, presumably from the U.S., UK, France, Jordan and Turkey, are already on the ground, carrying out reconnaissance missions and training opposition forces, assured the analyst in his message.

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