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Old 05-14-2013, 05:45 AM
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Rebel fighter eats heart of Syrian soldier

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Outrage at Syria fighter ‘eating heart of soldier’

A Syrian rebel leader who apparently took a bite from a soldier’s heart was today accused of committing a war crime by mutilating a body.

A group loyal to president Bashar Assad, which published a video clip of the act on the internet, described the act as a “crime that crosses all lines”.

The man, identified by Human Rights Watch as Abu Sakkar, a well-known insurgent from the city of Homs, is seen carving into the soldier’s body and cutting out the heart and liver.

He then says: “I swear to God we will eat your hearts out, you soldiers of Bashar. You dogs. God is greater... we will take out their hearts to eat them.” He then appears to put the heart in his mouth and takes a bite.

Outrage at Syria rebel fighter ?taking bite from soldier's heart? - World - News - London Evening Standard
And these are the kind of people David Cameron and Obama want to throw their weight behind? Haven't they learned any lessons at all from their previous interferences in Middle Eastern civil wars! Seems to me that all the West has achieved by interfering is to have facilitated conditions ideal for sectarian mayhem.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:01 AM
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