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While waiting for a documentary describing ISIS and its origin around Syrian Civil War, actually it focuses origin of evil(!) Assad regime and their peacefull(!) opponent Syrian jihadists. Haven't we seen enough of this Western propaganda about so called evil regime and its obligatory formed free(!) syrian army.
This documentary actually confess armed militia, jihadists and other factions, all funded and armed from abroad. Mostly gulf countries. Of course they don't want to say actual countries whom responsible about foreign funds and weapons sent to Syria. So you can guess who are the real responsibles of war on major Syrian cities and their destruction. But our NG documentary does not wanna say that. Western brothership right?!
You can hear Syrian goverment's killings or torture in this documentary, and its true, no question. But you can't hear regime's opponents war crimes, tortures, rapes, kidnapping, beheadings... For this documentary, they are just trying to survive from this regime. And ISIS is the answer and also the result of this survival(!) movement. Documentary also says Syrian regime released many jihadists, which is true. But they don't blame them or their sponsors for the war. Always Syrian regime responsible of everything.
Well guess what, the regime win the war and regain most of the territory. It seems, despite everything, Syrian people did not choose foreign funded armed jihadists over the evil(!) regime.
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