The western-backed “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) has posted another video on their YouTube channel displaying a captured Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldier from the Al-Ghaab Plains battle in the northwestern Hama; however, this video – contrary to their alleged “secular” military force – shows a different side to these men entrusted by the western regimes to combat the Syrian Government.

In fact, the video possesses no moral justification for the numerous sectarian insults that this alleged “freedom” fighter spews in the propaganda film – for the non-Arabic speakers, the word “Alawi” is used a number of times in the video, as this Al-Qaeda linked terrorist refers to 1st Lieutenant Yousif’s religious affiliation without hesitation or the presence of mind to dispel the sectarian allegations that have plagued their “democratic” state.

This is not the first time that the Free Syrian Army affiliates have propagated these videos: the aforementioned militant group offered no condolences or remorse for the sectarian execution of an Alawi soldier outside of Jisr Al-Shughour in May; so, it comes as no surprise that these “secular” militants would post such a video.

The Free Syrian Army has a long list of sectarian crimes that have been generally ignored by the west; these include the massacres at Ma’an (Hama: Alawis), Ishtabraq (Idlib: Alawis), Al-Duwayr (Homs: Christians), Aramo (Latakia: Armenian Christians and Alawis), and Hatla (Deir Ezzor: Shia).

Video posted below:

 

Share this article:
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
ALSO READ  Five ex-FSA commanders assassinated in southern Syria

Notice: All comments represent the view of the commenter and not necessarily the views of AMN.

All comments that are not spam or wholly inappropriate are approved, we do not sort out opinions or points of view that are different from ours.

This is a Civilized Place for Public Discussion

Please treat this discussion with the same respect you would a public park. We, too, are a shared community resource — a place to share skills, knowledge and interests through ongoing conversation.

These are not hard and fast rules, merely guidelines to aid the human judgment of our community and keep this a clean and well-lighted place for civilized public discourse.

Improve the Discussion

Help us make this a great place for discussion by always working to improve the discussion in some way, however small. If you are not sure your post adds to the conversation, think over what you want to say and try again later.

The topics discussed here matter to us, and we want you to act as if they matter to you, too. Be respectful of the topics and the people discussing them, even if you disagree with some of what is being said.

Be Agreeable, Even When You Disagree

You may wish to respond to something by disagreeing with it. That’s fine. But remember to criticize ideas, not people. Please avoid:

  • Name-calling
  • Ad hominem attacks
  • Responding to a post’s tone instead of its actual content
  • Knee-jerk contradiction

Instead, provide reasoned counter-arguments that improve the conversation.