The Syrian Network for Human Rights have claimed that Colonel Zaidan Nesairat of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) was tortured to death by another FSA faction. The cause was for trying to negotiate with the Syrian government in Daraa.

Col. Nesairat was in Izraa negotiating for a reconciliation deal for Ibtaa after the Syrian Army had liberated Sheikh Miskeen a year ago.

The family of Col. Nesairat and other militant factions have accused the leader of Sand al-Horan Battalion faction of the FSA, Ahmad al-‘Owdah, of the murder and have made calls for his arrest.

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Shabab al-Sunna Division refused to hand his body back and buried him in unknown place, which will surely cause another internal civil war amongst the jihadist militants.

Ahmad al-'Owdah, the accused.
Ahmad al-‘Owdah, the accused.
List of groups calling for the arrest of Ahmad al-'Owdah
List of groups calling for the arrest of Ahmad al-‘Owdah
List of groups calling for the arrest of Ahmad al-'Owdah
List of groups calling for the arrest of Ahmad al-‘Owdah
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He just tasted his own medicine.

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Well, did Kerry or Bois have been informed on how FSA is into human rights? Torture is mostly a crime against humanity than a war-crime if I’m not wrong, am I?

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Not Bois but Boris, LOL!