Some Western Media Negative Role

At least four British men have been killed while fighting alongside al-Qaeda-linked terrorists in Syria, British media reported. The Times said in a report on Thursday that three of the British nationals were killed in August as their group attacked the Syrian government forces near the northern city of Aleppo. The men are believed to be from London. The fourth Briton was killed two weeks later while trying to ambush a Syrian army position.

The daily said the men were part of 10 British extremists who joined up with 20 other UK nationals to fight alongside the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front.

According to the British intelligence agency MI5, between 200 and 300 young British men have moved to Syria to fight against the majority of the Syrians. The intelligence agency also raised concerns that the British militants would recruit new converts to their cause or even launch attacks in the UK. "Some of those who went out in the early stages of the conflict have been able to return to Britain, radicalize others, and go back to Syria with others in tow," The Times quoted a security source as saying.

According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies -- especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey -- are supporting the terrorists operating inside the country.

Extracts from British defense consultancy, IHS Jane’s, published in Daily Telegraph in September, show that some 100,000 militants are fighting in Syria. The militants have split into some 1,000 brands since the Syria crisis began, said the study, which is based on intelligence estimates and interviews with militants.

Meanwhile, western media outlets reported, according to American intelligence officials,  that dozens of Americans have traveled or tried to travel to Syria to fight with the terrorists since 2011. The Americans are a small subset of the mostly radicalized young Muslims with Western passports who are entering Syria from Europe, North America and Australia.

Actually, western media outlets not only report the news about foreign terrorists, but mourn the death of other terrorists. For example, the New York Times mourned the death of Al Qaeda-linked Syrian opposition fighter, Abdulkader al-Saleh, the leader of al-Qaeda affiliated al—Tawhid, as ''Pragmatic… Leader''. Thus, some of these outlets are indeed part of the ongoing crisis as means of disinformation, fabrication, lies.