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'Free Syrian Army' terrorists fire an RPG out of a small room in a residential block at a police station with a massive hazard to themselves and residents in the flats. The video contains a second angle showing the hit on the police station.
Terrorism has never been internationally defined, leaving the concept open to manipulation by political forces. If this RPG was fired in Iraq or Afghanistan at US forces who have been responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands directly or indirectly, the USA would not hesitate to designate them as terrorists, not freedom fighters against their oppression. But in order to encourage the same acts against states they wish to destablise, the same hypocrisies will not classify this act as terrorism:
In the late 1930s, the International community made a first attempt at defining terrorism. Article 1.1 of the League of Nations' 1937 Convention for the prevention and punishment of Terrorism, which never entered into force, defined "acts of terrorism" as "criminal acts directed against a State and intended or calculated to create a state of terror in the minds of particular persons or a group of persons or the general public". Article 2 included as terrorist acts, if they were directed against another state and if they constituted acts of terrorism within the meaning of the definition contained in article 1, the following:
"1. Any willful act causing death or grievous bodily harm or loss of liberty to:a) Heads of State, persons exercising the prerogatives of the head of the State, their hereditary or designated successors;b) The wives or husbands or the above-mentioned persons;c) Persons charged with public functions or holding public positions when the act is directed against them in their public capacity.2. Willful destruction of, or damage to, public property or property devoted to a public purpose belonging to or subject to the authority of another High Contracting Party.
3. Any willful act calculated to endanger the lives of members of the public.
4. Any attempt to commit an offence falling within the foregoing provisions of the present article.
5. The manufacture, obtaining, possession, or supplying of arms, ammunition, explosives or harmful substances with the view to the commission in any country whatsoever of an offence falling within the present article."
In: Other Middle East
Tags: Syria, USA, hypocrisy, terrorism, Saudi Arabia, lies, propaganda, war on terror, CIA, WW3, world resources, imperialism, geopolitics, death, destruction, RPG, Al-Qaeda, 'Free Syrian Army', Jabhat Al-Nasra, Al-Nusra, police, attack
Location: Syria (load item map)
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