Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Now where have we heard this before? Snipers shooting from mosques....

American soldiers fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan have to obey the Rules of Engagement mandated by the Muslim POTUS when combating Muslim forces. They are restricted from firing their weapons near any schools, hospitals or mosques or in the direction of any civilians in spite of the fact that all of the enemy they are facing are civilians. So this story on Fox News out of Libya seems all too familiar.
Qaddafi Forces Reportedly Shooting at Civilians From Roofs of Mosques

Published April 19, 2011  FoxNews.com

Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi are being accused of hiding in hospitals and firing on civilians from the roofs of mosques in Misrata, Sky News reports.

The head of NATO's military operations in Libya described the tactics as "immoral" and "underhanded."

"The regime's forces have used snipers on top of mosques, they are hiding beside hospitals, they have got their armored vehicles in schools and, in fact, they have even taken their uniforms off," Lt. Gen. Charles Bouchard told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, according to Sky News.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/04/19/qaddafi-forces-reportedly-shooting-civilians-roofs-mosques/#ixzz1K1TqK9Rp

 

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