NZ Media shelters Al-Qaeda in Ukraine

The NZ media is hiding the truth of who is fighting for what in the Ukraine, and protecting the work of  Al-Qaeda fighters in Ukraine.

After we were questioned by NZ police in the wake of the LynnMall terrorist attack, we published a series of articles on how the NZ media assists Islamic terrorism, and promotes Islamic terrorist ideals, here in New Zealand.

Part 1: NZ Media promote terrorism by creating an alternative narrative.
2: NZ Media encourage terrorism by withholding news
3: NZ media kills any opposition to terrorists agenda
4: NZ media promote terrorism by encouraging sjw’s
5: NZ media promote Islamic terrorism by offering a fake solution

This item of overseas news fits into catagory #2 above.

It’s emerging that the New Zealand media has also hidden the various Islamic terrorist groups being paid to assist in the fight against Russia in Ukraine. Not only have the CIA recruited ISIS members, but a prominent businessman Tariq al-Jasim has appeared in a video announcing the formation of an armed group to fight Russian forces on February 26. The video has been re-posted on our twitter page.

After the release on the above video on 26th February, the below text was published on US media back in February 28th. NZ Media is still silent.

SF: Syrian pro-opposition activists have revealed disturbing facts about a Ukraine-based Syrian businessman who vowed to fight Russian forces currently conducting a special military operation in the country.

The businessman, Tariq al-Jasim, appeared in a video announcing the formation of an armed group to fight Russian forces on February 26.

According to a reputable Syrian pro-opposition Telegram news channel, al-Jasim older brother, Sa’ad, is a security commander in al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) that controls the northwestern Syrian region of Greater Idlib.

Not only that, al-Jasim, who has been reportedly living in Odesa city for more than year now, is also the cousin of HTS Emir Mohamad al-Abd. Emir is an Arabic term usually used by radicals to describe senior leaders.

The Telegram channel, known as Muzamjer al-Thawra al-Suriyah, also revealed that the so-called businessman is in fact a drug dealer who used to work as a trafficker in Russia.

According to the Abkhazian Network News Agency, al-Jasim is currently preparing to funnel militants from Syria to Ukraine, where they will be thrown against Russian forces. Al-Jasim is working on this with the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army (SNA). Around 200 militants from the Sultan Morad Division and the al-Shamiya Front have already signed up. They are reportedly amassing now in the Turkish-occupied northern Syrian area of Afrin.

The Russian military kicked off a large-scale special operation to “demilitarize” and “denazify” Ukraine on February 24 following Kiev failure to implement the 2014 Minsk agreement.

Kiev is apparently planning to use al-Jasim to funnel Syrian militants from SNA factions and even HTS to Ukraine. This can’t happen without help from Turkey who controls and commands these militants. Russia, who maintains a large force in Syria, will not likely tolerate this.

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