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Iraqi Baathists run training camp in Doha ahead of deployment in Syria

23 December 2013 23:25

Iraqi Baathists run training camp in Doha ahead of deployment in Syria

Recent reports from Syria have pointed to the existence of several training camps in Doha, Qatar of trainee Jihadists. Members of the Baath party would be now actively training militants in Qatar ahead of their deployment in Syria where they will work to oppose President Basahr al-Assad armed forces and spread insecurity.
Iraqi Baathists run training camp in Doha ahead of deployment in Syria
Not content to be supporting terror militias within Syria, Qatar and its allies in the region are willing to use whatever means and whatever weapons against Syria’s legitimate regime.

The move has been understood by military experts on the ground as a desperate attempt by Saudi Arabia and the West to oppose President Assad. Strong of the support of his people and the dedication of its military, the Syrian government has managed over the past months to regain much ground against Takfiri militias.

Keen to win its battle against Syria’s Republic, Qatar has been actively recruiting new fighters for its illegitimate war, calling on Pakistani, Yemeni and Afghani to join in the fight against promises of gold and false glory.

Sources have revealed that one of the main camps is situated directly adjacent Bahrain Embassy in Doha.

Sources explained “the Qatari intelligence has cooperated with two officers from the disbanded army of Saddam Hussein … they oversee the management of the centre, as well as the recruitment and training of fighters”!

Fighters are allegedly smuggled into Qatar under work visa. Qatar has been targeting poor countries to recruit, playing on people’s misery and poverty to advance their agenda. Qatar also enrolled the help of clerics and scholars to promote Salafis’ religious dogma.

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