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BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:15 A.M.) – A video (below) has been released which shows the ambushing of nine Syrian policemen by militants in the Hermon area of the Golan Heights some time in 2013.

Information is now surfacing that, apparently, Austrian UN peacekeepers present in the area where the attack took place saw insurgents setting up the ambush and, even then so, did not warn Syrian policemen who passed through their UN checkpoint of the impending danger.

The result was that the government vehicle was ambushed and all nine Syrian policemen traveling in it were ultimately killed.

The attack appears to have been filmed at a distance by the same Austrian UN peacekeepers who seemingly allowed it take place.

Source: FALTER Stadtzeitung (https://www.facebook.com/FALTER.Stadtzeitung/videos/2081599171855601/)

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austrians
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No wonder, these were austrians. ‘Honour’ is missing from their dictionary.
I called a German austrian once. He was offended. Becomes clear, why.

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IKR. I was in Bozen (bilingual Austrian-Italian town), a German tourist asked me for directions. I started answering but then I stopped “wait! I don’t speak German!”. In fact we were speaking English. I asked the man “why’re you asking directions in English to an Italian while in a town chock full of German speakers?” He, with a disgusted face: “Ach. Not Germans. Südtirolers!”
When a German thinks that someone is worse than Italians… well those are *really* bad in his score 🙂

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People from the Tirols speak German with heavy dialect and accent so it might be easier to ask in English. And Italian Tirolers will possibly not answer to a German.

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Austrians speak German but are not Germans – just like Louxembugers, most Swiss and some Belgians, some Danes and most people from Tirol.

p.s. Austrians feel they are better than Germans because of the Fascist History. But Hitler was born an Austrian citizen and only could become German citizen because he served in the German Imperial army during WW I. Veterans can opt in in most countries.

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Shameful and cringeworhty!

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

They even failed the “good men” part.

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They are clearly aware that the Syrians are driving into danger.
By what I know about Austrian law – The soldiers may have committed a crime. The neglected to help while they could.

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Austrian Rats mislead by MSM propaganda help terrorists or Austrian UN ordered by Rats behind the scenes to act so? From the German Text and Info: The video and a letter have been passed on anonymously to the Austrian on line magazine called Falter by a whistle-blower. There are smugglers that build up an ambush. They are video taped by the Austrian Blue Helmets. The men in in the white Toyota are described as Syrian Secret police. They apparently know the Austrians and they talk. And the UN tell them that they are allowed to go on. German text also… Read more »

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Why ‘rats’ if ‘misled’?
They’re just your everyday Westerner* thinking that his house Chihuahua’s needs are worthier than brown-skinned humans’ lives.

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Even when misguided by propaganda there are certain minimal standards. The Austrian German language commentator clearly speaks of a possible crime. His undertones make it clear – he thinks it is one. I speak German as native language. I am sure about it.

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It was decided on the spot: Austrians definitely *opted* for letting the policemen fall in the trap. One of them says “we should have told them [of the ambush], if they [Syrians] come back [aka survive the ambush] they’ll shot us”. They clearly had a choice, else the “we should have told them” makes no sense. They were all OK with letting them die, they only had an afterthought about a possible payback in case the ambush failed. Noticed that this part of the dialogue is *always* omitted in English reports of the clip, unlike others parts of dialogue which… Read more »

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No I understand it as if ONE comes back… He will.

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brdlip,
from how I understand it the “We should have told them” was not meant in regard to the Syrian policemen but to those who gave them order not to intervene. Or else the “Hab ich eh gesagt” (“I did tell them”) from the other guy makes no sense.

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UN peacekeeper are big joke of lies, they cant do anything to protect people, they just biased to other side unless there are super power country that tell them not to do so, what a lie world we live in

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There is a strong ‘Jewdiciery’ in Austria and whomsoever controls the law has great power over what the citizens read and see.

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Some Austrian are IMHO more Fascists leaning. So some of this bunch are likely to be of the anti Foreign type and they do not care about some Arab Semites. One of them says, we should have informed them. Before they leave one says: Ja Ja. This typically means: Yes Yes, (I do not care) – (You can lick my a*s) or (You ore something is getting on my nerves, something is wrong). Another German speaker would ask him – is something wrong? This and other things gives the commentator the idea that the Austrian UN soldiers may have been… Read more »

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Soon after this = 6 months later ?