The Netherlands paid the salaries of the Jihadist in Syria – FREESURIYAH

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27-01-19 01:40:00,


Afbeeldingsresultaat voor the netherlands were in war in SyriaFormer minister of Foreign Affairs, who openly, on many occasions, supported the Jihadist, Bert Koenders, should be brought to justice, together with Prime-minister Rutte, for openly waging war on a sovereign country, it was no self-defence and no legal justification can be found, so, according to International Law, which the Netherlands agreed upon, they are quilty of waging war on a sovereign state and openly supported terrorism

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The Dutch government has send uniforms, AK-47 vests, cash money to pay jihadist/terrorist and pick-ups to a country at war. This is not allowed by any company in the whole world. But the Dutch government did it, in secret. To Syria. The Dutch government violated its own export rules. Also, it violated International Law and therefore, can be consired to have waged war on a sovereign country, without any treat from this particular sovereign country Syria, only to support the deep-state, like what is happening right now in Venezuela, regime change. I would like to call it an act of colonialism, barbarism and terrorism.

Document wapenexportList of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a lot have been left out.

$ 17.924 for salary fighters

Documents of the Dutch government shows that the Netherlands has paid the so called-rebels (jihadist) cash. Over $ 17,924 was handed over to pay the salary of the jihadist fighters. So-called rebels, or jihadist as the Syrian people would like to call them, have been guilty of kidnapping, murder and rape!

Questions to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Blok:

  1. Was there an export license for non-lethal support to the Syrian opposition? requested? (If so, where can we find it? If not, why not
  2. The documents show that the pick-up trucks, which were send into, smaller quantities, were send by different border crossings, to bypass the “ban” ,meaning economic sanctions, why ? (was there a difference of opinion with authorities in border countries with Syria?) Or is just an “illegal” way to equip and finance the jihadists?

Answers from the minister:

  1. It’s true that there were occasional temporary and specific restrictions at certain border crossings. So,

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