With little sign of slowing down, the battle for Syria continues. On one side you have the Syrian persecutor Assad with his government forces. Fighting alongside Assad are Shiite Muslims from terror group Hezbollah and mercenaries from Iran and Iraq. On the opposing Islamist side are the Al-Qaeda related jihad groups also Sunni Muslims from around the world. Including blood thirsty savages from the UK, USA, Holland,Germany and other western non-Muslim lands.
Muslims are renowned for not being the sharpest knives in the draw for starters so all this fighting must get a title bit confusing for them. No team colours like on Call of Duty in this real life death match. I’m afraid so mistakes are pretty much inevitable.
The Al Qaeda backed Islamists clearly appear to be lacking anything between the ears. Video footage emerged of 2 rebel militia members proudly clutching a severed head of what they claimed to be a dead pro regime fighter. A Human rights monitor saw the footage and recognized the deceased person not as 1 of Assad’s Shia soldiers as they claimed. Turns out they had mistakenly gripped one of their own soldiers and decapitated him
Their lust for blood ruled over common sense. Quick to behead their foe when simple checks would have revealed he was on their side. He probably wasn’t the first or wont be the last in this Muslim V Muslim civil war that proves violent Muslims can’t even get on with each other and live in peace .So what chance is there for Muslims and infidels to co-exist in harmony.
Islamist rebels behead fellow fighter by mistake – monitors
BEIRUT Sat Nov 16, 2013 4:27pm GMT
(Reuters) – A group of Syrian Sunni Muslim rebels linked to al Qaeda have beheaded one of their own wounded fighters after mistaking him for a foreign Shi’ite fighting for President Bashar al-Assad, a monitoring group said on Saturday.
A video posted by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights shows two members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) brandishing a severed head before a crowd in Aleppo and saying he was an Iraqi Shi’ite fighting for Assad.
Observatory head Rami Abdelrahman said that the man was later identified by the Ahrar al-Sham group, which fights alongside ISIL, as Mohammed Marroush, one of its fighters.
“(ISIL) admitted that they killed the rebel, and arrested a Tunisian man for cutting his head off,” Abdelrahman said, adding that the Tunisian had been referred to an Islamic rebel court in Aleppo.
Marroush had been wounded in fighting around Aleppo and taken to a hospital for treatment, where ISIL fighters said they had heard him repeat the name of two venerated Shi’ite imams, Ali and Hussein, Abdelrahman said.
Activists in Aleppo said that Marroush, who was anaesthetised, might have thought he had been captured by pro-Assad militiamen and so pretended to be a Shi’ite.
Many Shi’ites have come to Syria from Iraq or Lebanon to help Assad, whose ruling establishment are mostly members of a sect linked to Shi’ite Islam, fight a majority Sunni revolt.
But the myriad rebel groups are not only fighting Assad but also competing with each other to secure territory or power.
Ahrar al-Sham issued a “wanted poster” on its website for the two men seen in the video with the severed head. ISIL did not respond to requests for comment.
Both sides in the conflict have been accused by rights groups of war crimes, and residents say they face oppression at the hands of Assad’s forces and loyalist militias on one hand and hardline Islamist rebels on the other.
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