Syria rebels see no red line for beheading, raping

Syria rebels see no red line for beheading, raping
Mon Oct 7, 2013 22:02:15

Militant groups in Syria are training very young children to behead civilian prisoners as well as rape the Syrian girls and women, Bulgarian TV-7 correspondent reported.

In a report sent from Syrian city of Maaloula, near Rif Dimashq Governorate, the TV-7 reporter said foreign backed militant groups are involved in recruiting very young children from regional areas to train them to fight against army troops and regional people as well as provoke them to sexually assault Syrian women.

The report said a great number of snipers affiliated to al-Nusra Front militant group are congested across the city.

“These militants usually attack historic sites and monuments as well as Christians and churches,” the report said.

The report added at least 700 thousand people have already fled their houses in the city, in a bid to rescue themselves from the attacks done by the militant groups.

The report also underlined that these young guys are accustomed to commit atrocities on a routine basis.

It also emphasizes that they are not democratic freedom fighters but extremist militants who will stop at nothing to achieve their goals, even to the point of making children do their dirty work for them.

Rights groups have frequently accused the militant groups of rights abuses in a war that has left more than 3,500 children dead, according to monitors.

After first denying the presence of Al-Qaeda militants in Syria, the mainstream media now admits that they are the primary front line militants in all the major battles.

In a report released by the New York Times earlier, it concedes that the Nusra Front, “a direct offshoot of Al Qaeda in Iraq,” “has become one of the uprising’s most effective fighting forces” in Syria.

A recent McClatchy Newspapers report also documented how the same group “has become essential to the frontline operations of the rebels fighting to topple Assad,” that the group is “critical to the rebels’ military advance” and how it conducts the “heaviest frontline fighting” in “battle after battle across the country.”

A recent Lebanon Daily Star report also highlighted the fact that “Many of the fighters are non-Syrian,” and that the FSA rebels are not even being allowed to take part in some battles by the Al-Qaeda commanders.

Western-backed militants in Syria have openly espoused their plan to impose their own-fabricated law across the region and have gone about the task by ransacking Christian churches while slaughtering prisoners in cold blood.

They have also made brazen threats to carry out ethnic cleansing against other Syrians who refuse to accept their rule by means of chemical weapons.

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