Report: Obama Blew Millions on Elite Force That Now Partners With Al-Qaeda Group

The Obama Administration announced a plan to spend $500,000 to train an elite force of volunteers to fight ISIS and Assad regime soldiers in Syria. So far only 54 fighters have officially made it through the program. They were immediately captured as they entered Syria.

Al-Nusra Islamists released video earlier this month of the captured US trained rebels in Azaz, Syria.
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The US-trained rebels weretaken hostage as they crossed into Syria from Turkey.

There is also evidence that “thousands of outside forces” who were connected to the training program are now fighting with the al-Nusra terror group and slaughtering Christians.
Walid Shoebat at Right Scoop reported:

Obama’s $500 million plan to combat Bashar Al-Assad and ISIS forces in Syria created  an elite force called “Regiment-30”. While Fox News revealed the program only gained 54 applicants, new evidence reveals that there were “thousands of outside forces” who joined Regiment-30, who are now also joining Al-Nusra terror front in Syria. The U.S-appointed Regiment-30’s main leader, as ironclad evidence reveals, is one code-named Abu Iskandar and he has now sent out an official appeal, including airing an explosive T.V interview, confirming they joined the notorious terrorist Al-Nusra Front which carried out massacres against Christians in Adra and Maaloula in Syria. Here is how the story goes:

As soon as the U.S-backed Regiment-30 was dispatched, their commander Nadim Al Hassanand his deputy Farhan Al Jassem, along with 18 others (this would be third of the U.S. trained regiment), were “abducted” and re-educated by the terrorist organization Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda’s official affiliate in Syria. Al-Nusra was designated by the U.S. State Department as a terrorist organization and are known for massacring Christians.

The Pentagon denied the claim of the abduction of a third of this U.S.-appointed regiment. This complete lie by the Pentagon was not only flatly refuted by Reuters [1], but one official document, including an interview with the main leader of the U.S.-backed Regimen-30,First Lieutenant Abu Iskandar, reveals receiving the best of training and declares his appeal to Al-Nusra, reminding the group of its unity agreement with Al-Nusra to join forces.

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