Rebel Group Hunted and Killed in Syria After Beheading a Young Boy

The terrorists from Nour al-Din al-Zinki movement, who chopped off a young boy’s head last week, were located and executed by Syrian commandos. A tip from intelligence agents informed the Syrians of the rebel group’s position. They stormed the hideout, killing many fighters, notably the man identified as the head chopper in the gruesome video that went viral.

The US-backed “moderate” rebel group Nour al-Din al-Zinki movement beheaded a young Palestinian boy from the Palestinian refugee camp in Handarat, claiming the twelve year old fought on behalf of the Syrian government. The men mocked the Palestinian boy, asking in jest how he would like to be killed, and claiming they were “worse than ISIS.” The group is affiliated with the Free Syrian Army (FSA), a collection of rebel groups supported by the U.S with advanced weaponry including antitank TOW missiles, money, and diplomatic support. The FSA has been degraded to the point where they ally with the Syrian Al Qaeda branch Jahbat al-Nusra, living under their strict laws.

Read more about the dilemma faced by the FSA.




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