On 18 May 2012, The Guardian, which is alleged to be run by MI6, reports that Syrian security forces set off the Damascus bombs blamed on al-Qaeda.
(Syrian security forces set off Damascus bombs blamed on al-Qaeda ...)
Many see the Guardian as secretly Zionist.
(Syrian security forces set off Damascus bombs blamed on al-Qaida – defectors)
Alex Jones's organ quotes the Guardian article as if it was accurate and true.
Al Qaeda flags in Syria.
"A few days ago there was a huge, serious, massive terrorist attack. I believe that there must be al-Qaida behind it," Ban said at the UN headquarters in New York. "This has created again very serious problems."
Al Qaeda guy, in black, with UN in Syria. Some al Qaeda-affiliated fighters departed from Iraq to join the rebellion against Assad in Syria, Iraqi officials say. Website
According to The Guardian, Syrian security forces have caused many of the blasts.
"Across the swath of northern Syria visited by the Guardian this week, anger at the idea of al-Qaeda being responsible was evident among the Free Syria Army and locals.
!'Show me one man from al-Qaeda and I will buy you lunch,' said Firas Abu Hamza, a rebel commander in Jabal al-Zawiya.
"'There are no [Gulf] Arabs here helping us and there are no weapons coming in.'"
The Guardian article is written by Martin Chulov - a journalist formerly with Zionist Rupert Murdoch's The Australian.