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Fresh from yet more squealing for something to be done regarding Syria, the out of depth Cameron should reflect on something that Syrian President al-Assad mentioned in an interview last week.
"They are aware that weapons sent to the region will end up in the hands of terrorists, which will have two consequences. First, Europe’s back garden will become a hub for terrorism and chaos, which leads to deprivation and poverty; Europe will pay the price and forfeit an important market. Second, terrorism will not stop here – it will spread to your countries. It will export itself through illegal immigration or through the same terrorists who returned to their original countries after being indoctrinated and trained more potently."
Right on cue but hidden from ordinary British eyes:
London - Amid a media blackout, British authorities arrested a group of terrorists who participated in the fighting in Syria.
Special informed sources from London revealed to the Palestinian al-Manar newspaper that in early June British security forces arrested a group of 11 terrorists in London who had come back from Syria where they were involved in the fighting there.
The sources noted that the group's members held meetings in Britain and were carrying out suspicious activities, which led to their arrest.*
A British terrorist who joined Jabhat al-Nusra five months ago said that there is a ''waiting list'' of terrorists who volunteered to carry out suicide operations in Syria.
The 23-years-old British terrorist, nicknamed Abu Khaled, confessed in an interview with Reuters correspondent in Salqin city in Idleb countryside that, "sometimes, half of the fighters in the frontlines are foreigners, especially Libyans and Saudis."
The Syrian cities have seen scores of suicide attacks by car bombs and explosive devices that claimed hundreds of lives. The terrorist attacks drew no condemnation from several countries that back terrorism in Syria, especially Britain, France, US, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Abu Khaled has lived in England his whole life, he says, but came to Syria four or five months ago and joined fighters from Jabhat al-Nusra who put him on the front lines outside Aleppo, Syria’s largest city.
So explain Mr Cameron why you are hell bent on giving these terrorists the weapons with which to murder yet more ordinary Syrian Civilians but at the same time you want them arrested, presumably for being potential terrorists, when they return to the UK?
* And no, I don't buy the line that they were acting suspiciously. Not at all.