clothcap (clothcap) wrote,

Cameo Hague in AQ Wonderland

Does this define the term -

Al-Qaeda Leader Strikes Deal With U.S., Saudis To Send 5,000 Fighters to Syria

A militant who fought alongside Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan and is now the leader of a group affiliated with Al-Qaeda in South Yemen has struck a deal with the United States and Saudi Arabia to send 5,000 Al-Qaeda fighters into Syria according to reports out of the Middle East.
More -

To fight alongside the ~200 SAS the UK dept of FU has sent to Syria "to find chem weapons".

Western Troops are inside Syria
[...] "The West also categorically lacks any semblance of an international mandate to act militarily within Syria – meaning that if SAS soldiers are in Syria, they are in egregious violation of international law."

Al-Qaeda brigades founded in Syria

Hague; making "our lads" international war criminals?
Al Q was accused of carrying out 9/11 and implicated in 7/7
[...] Zabi uk-Taifi, an al-Qaeda commander arrested in Pakistan in January 2009, may have had connections to the bombings, according to Pakistani intelligence sources. More recently, documents found by German authorities on a terrorist suspect arrested in Berlin in May 2011 have suggested that Rashid Rauf, a British al Qaeda operative, played a key role in planning the attacks.

What is al Qaeda?
Trying to Define the Phantom Scapegoat of “Al Qaeda”

I have some idea what int. law says about aiding terrorists but what does UK law say? Is giving terrorists cash, training, state of the art radio phones, bulletproof vests, towns and villages meant to stop terrorism? In fact just what is terrorism and is it defined differently in the UK where a terrorist is just that compared to Syria where a terrorist is a "friend" of the UK?

As usual, news updates and comments continue at My Telegraph -

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