The Free Syria Army is made up of Saudis, Lebanese, Iraqis, Pakistanis, Libyans, Jordanians, Tunisians, Egyptians and Algerians, among others.
These al-Qaeda-style terrorists are the people doing the killing of children in places like Houla in Syria.
On 30 May 2012, the Christian Science Monitor reported on the veteran Lebanese fighter who trains jihadis – for Syria
According to the Christian Science Monitor:
1. In Lebanon's Bekaa Valley, 'Mustapha' has been training Lebanese to fight against Assad in Syria.
At least 300 Lebanese Sunnis from the northern Bekaa Valley area alone have been involved in the fighting against the Assad government in the past year.
2. Most of them have joined the Free Syria Army brigades in the area around Houla and Homs.
3. Other foreign fighters include Jordanians, Tunisians, Algerians, and Saudis...
4. Assad is not a Sunni.
Lebanon's Hezbollah are not Sunnis.
5. Mustapha's training includes learning how to plant roadside bombs and landmines.
Syria has suffered from a number of car bomb attacks in the past five months.
6. Sunnis supporting the Syrian opposition 'are all extremists,' says Rakan Jaafar, the mayor of village of Qaa near the border. 'Things will be very bad if they take over in Syria.'
Belhaj of the CIA.
Some weeks ago, it was reported that the CIA's Libyan fighters, led by Libya's Abdel Hakim Belhaj, were on the Turkish-Syrian border.
(Islam Times - Belhaj on Syria's border with Turkey.)
The Free Syrian Army is trying to topple Syria's President Assad.
The 'Free Syrian Army' works for the CIA.
The Free Syrian Army is commanded by the CIA's Abdel Hakim Belhaj.
Belhaj works for al Qaeda and the CIA and he is the Military Governor of Tripoli.
On 19 December 2011, at Voltaire Network, Thierry Meyssan explains.
1. Abdel Hakim Belhaj is the historic leader of Al Qaeda in Libya.
He is now Military Governor of Tripoli.
And he is chief of the Free Syrian Army.
2. As Russia and China have pointed out, Syria is being attacked by gangs made up of foreigners.
3. Voltaire Network collected eyewitness testimonies from those who survived an armed attack by a foreign gangs.
They describe them as being Iraqis, Jordanians, Libyans and Pashtun (Afghanistan-Pakistan).
4. Certain Arab newspapers have discussed the infiltration into Syria of 600 to 1,500 fighters from the Islamic Fighting Group in Libya, renamed Al Qaeda in Libya since November 2007.
5. Abdel Hakim Belhaj was the companion of Osama Bin Laden.
Belhaj is historic leader of Al Qaeda in Libya.
NATO allowed him to become military governor of Tripoli.
6. Turkish newspapers report that Belhaj is on the Turkish-Syrian border.
7. Al Qaeda are the CIA's mercenaries.
8. In the Spanish royalist newspaper ABC, on 17 December 2011, Daniel Iriarte describes coming across Libyans in Syria.
9. One of them is Mahdi al-Harati, a Libyan who lived in Ireland before joining Al Qaeda.
He became deputy to Abdel Hakim Belhaj.
He commanded the Al Qaeda group that besieged and attacked the Rixos hotel in Tripoli; he was being briefed by French officers on the ground.
He is now in Syria.
10. The Free Syrian Army is overseen by at least 600 "volunteers" from Al Qaeda in Libya.
The entire operation is run by Abdel Hakim Belhaj in person with the help of Erdogan's Turkish government.
11. Former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar revealed on 9 December 2011 that Abdel Hakim Belhaj was suspected of complicity in the attacks of 11 March 2004 in Madrid, an event that put an end to Aznar’s political career.
12. The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, the think tank headed by former Israeli ambassador to the UN Dore Gold, publicly voice their doubts about the current CIA strategy to place Islamists in power throughout North Africa.
Syria says investigation finds 'terrorists' behind Houla massacre
On 31 May 2012, Syria's Brig. Gen. Qassem Jamal Suleiman reported that 600 to 800 gunmen from 'armed terrorist groups' carried out the Houla killings.
According to the Syrian government report, all of the victims were Assad supporters.
According to General Suleiman, the massacre was meant to target relatives of a Syrian member of parliament "but the massacre extended to the slaughter other families."
"There are people in dark rooms working night and day to target Syria ... and the way to do it is to ignite civil strife," says Syrian Foreign Ministry spokesman Jihad Makdissi.