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Monday, May 16, 2016

Syrian rebels deny killing Hezbollah commander

Hezbollah said their head military commander, Mustafa Badreddine, was killed on May 12th in rebel "artillery shelling" at Damascus International Airport--you can read about the claim here and here

But an independent news organization that monitors the Syrian civil war said there was no artillery strikes against the airport at the time the claim was made and no rebel group claimed responsibility for killing the top scumcrumpet in Hezbollah's military. Thus, the probability was that Badreddine was killed in an Israeli airstrike.

So great is the hatred of the Jews by Islamists that they refused to give Israel the credit for blowing up the guy whose nom de guerre is Sayyed Zulfiker (aka Badreddine). Instead, they blame his "martyrdom" on Takfiri groups. 

To Hezbollah, 'Takfiri' means "not the right kind of Muslim."

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) called Hezbollah's claim false, claiming that they didn't observe any artillery attacks on the airport, and their sources embedded with the Syrian military as well as rebel groups, denied the shelling occurred at the airport.

Islamic Mujahideen have been known to tell lies, it's part of their Islamic war strategy and goes by the term "taqiyya."

SOHR's Facebook page read: "SOHR was informed by reliable sources in rebels in Eastern Ghouta and by sources in regime forces, that rebels didn't fire any single shells or rocket on the international airport of Damascus during the past few days, as no shells have been observed targeting the area by the SOHR."

"There is no truth about what have been published by Hezbollah about the assassination of its military commander in Syria "Mustafa Bader" (aka Master Bader) by rebel shells near the international airport of Damascus," SOHR concluded.

Hezbollah's response was to "unfriend" SOHR and make up vicious lies about the members. That is another Islamic strategy known as ad hominem attacks.

Since no rebel group bragged about killing Badreddine, and any rebel there would have loved to kill him, it's more likely the Israeli airstrike theory is correct. 

In any case, it's good riddance to the jihadist who had forty years of Hezbollah terrorism experience. He started out as an explosive expert and was responsible for the 1983 Marine Barracks Bombing in Beirut which killed 241 of my brother Marines.

The Israeli government and military aren't claiming credit for killing him--they just do their jobs and leave.

Badreddine was involved in planning military operations against the IDF in Lebanon from 1992 to 2010 when the IDF left. He killed 12 elite Israeli commandos from the Shayetet 13. The Israelis had good reason to kill the guy--I can imagine the smile on the pilot's face when learning what he accomplished.