Liveleak is banned on Conquerclub because the website contains gore and porn. It's a bannable offense, ask pimpdave. Also, liveleak is in no-way accredited, and the videos labeled "FSA" probably aren't legit. Saxi trie to post this stuff earlier, but there's no evidence that the FSA did that stuff anymore than there's proof that you did it. You can't just post videos from some truther website and expect us to take them seriously as evidence. There are dozens of journalists in Syria and the surrounding countryside right now. Post a video from the BBC from 2013.
You should double check your sources here, bucko, before you start talking down on people.
As for the rest;
Colonel Riyad al Assad hasn't been in charge of the FSA since 2012, after they reorganized their leadership. That was around the time that al Nusra started kidnapping FSA members and openly fighting with them. YOUR OWN SOURCE says that the cooperation happened before the restructuring. After the FSA changed leadership, it's just been an easy peace between them and a begrudging respect. You haven't paid attention to anything that I've said, you only waited for a supposed opening to attack. Everyone in the West is so desperate to believe that Syria is the same as Afghanistan.
al Nusra wrote:In obedience to the command of Allah, and in support of His religion and to protect the oppressed in the Levant [Syria], the soldiers of the Al Nusrah Front for the People of the Levant, in cooperation with the Battalion of the Mujahideen of the Companions [Al Sahaba Battalion], carried out an attack on the police station of Jadida Artouz in the countryside of Damascus, killing all the elements, taking their weapons, and completely destroying the building. That was on the morning of Thursday, 19-7-2012.
http://www.longwarjournal.org/threat-ma ... z2dQSwhREW
Their cooperation was in 2012, before the restructuring and before Colonel Riyad al Assad lost authority.
Also, even if the FSA worked with al-Nusra, or al-Qaeda, it wouldn't bother me so much. The reality is that al-Nusra and al-Qaeda are better armed than the FSA... and Assad has been torturing their people for decades at the behest of the USA and others. What matters is that we aid the FSA so that they will be the ones who end up in power after Assad falls, because they're the non sectarian, non religious, pro-democracy group. The FSA and al-Nusra share the same immediate goal of toppling Assad, but after that happens, yes, there will be fighting between them. There is fighting now.
Al-Nusra Front has been a great help to Syrian rebels in the Battle of Aleppo. One rebel said that members of the group "rush to the rescue of rebel lines that come under pressure and hold them [...] They know what they are doing and are very disciplined. They are like the special forces of Aleppo". He added: "The only thing is that they are too radical". After the US designated al-Nusra Front as a terror group, a Free Syrian Army (FSA) leader in Aleppo berated the move and a FSA spokesman in Aleppo said "We might not share the same beliefs as Jabhat al-Nusra, but we are fighting the same enemy".
However, some rebels are worried by their extreme beliefs and tactics. The FSA has consistently condemned al-Nusra Front's use of suicide bombs. It accuses al-Nusra Front and others of "hijacking a revolution that began as an uprising to demand a democratic system". The leader of a rebel group in Idlib Province said "We are not fighting Bashar al-Assad to go from living in an autocratic to a religious prison". A "senior political official" of the FSA said "Their presence is reducing the popular support that we desperately need in areas where we operate [...] I appreciate their motives for coming to Syria. We cannot deny Muslims their right to jihad, but we want them to leave". In some parts of Syria, "Jihadist and secular rebel groups watch each other's military bases warily, unclasping the safety catches on their guns as they pass". Some members of the FSA believe that, after the Assad government has been overthrown, the next war will be between the FSA and the Islamists.
The base was first besieged by a Free Syrian Army brigade called North Storm, and joined by fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham and a group calling itself Jaish al-Muhajireen wal Ansar. Muhajireen means emigrants, and the group, which carried out several suicide attacks at the base, is led by Russian speakers from Chechnya and other parts of the Caucasus.
Suicide attacks are not a war crime.
The article does not say that Jaish al-Muhajireen wal Ansar is a terrorist group. I can't even find anything on their political goals.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaish_al-M ... _wal-Ansar
Mr. Farzat said Chechen Islamist fighters near the airport had refused to let the defecting government soldiers flee, so he helped them escape by another route.
The cooperation immediately ended. It didn't go any farther than "joining" after the assault started?
The FSA isn't going to be caught up in aiding al-Qaeda or some other terrorist group, because they are trying to get the international community to come to Syria and help them. Just because these guys are all Muslims does not mean that they are all working together for Sharia law or that they are as dumb as a box of hammers. Your sources aren't legit. You're a year behind.