Syria is facing a global war and a takfiri thinking




In its Monday edition, al-Akhbar Lebanese daily stated that the Salafist group fighters were killed in Tal Sireen in their way to the Syrian town of Tal Kalakh, and that others in the group had been wounded.

The daily's source mentioned that the men planned to take a smugglers' route from the Lebanese village of Hleit to Qalaat al-Hosn in Syria after dawn prayers Friday. The group fell into an ambush in Tal Sireen, on the way to Qalaat al-Hasan.

The source added "the young men, ranging in age from 18 to 25, went to Syria at the request of Kh. M., of Fatah al-Islam leaders.”

(Using children and minors in wars are considered war crimes and this is what the terrorist FSA is doing while the world is silent as per their practices).

"The leader was released recently and he moved to Syria to fight alongside with the opposition(al-Qaeda and Doha coalition),"In the mean time, they noted that "he established what looks like an "Islamic" emirate in the area located near the city of Homs."The source continued that people close to Kh.M previously organized groups to be sent to Syria, based on his so-called "Jihad".

"Several individuals were sent for this purpose, before they send such a large number of young men at once."

 A remarkable position emerged from the family of Khodar Alam Dein, was killed in the ambush, Alam Dein's father did n’t know that his son was going to Syria to kill his brothers, he condemned "the misleading extremist groups, scattered in the North, of his son's blood."

The man who knew nothing of his son's plans, demanded accountability for those who tampered with the mind of his son and his friends.

"If my son wanted to fight the "Israelis", I would have sent him myself. But to take him to participate in a conspiracy against our countries, it is not permissible," the father confirmed.

Moreover, al-Akhbar reported that a battalion known as "al-Wadi [Valley] battalion consists of hundreds of fighters, mostly Lebanese."

"This armed group is led by a Syrian defector officer known as Abdul Salam H., who has good relations with a Northern Lebanese MP in terms of funding, coordination and receiving the arrivals," the source reported.

However, according to well-informed sources, the issue of entry and exit of fighters was, and is still the responsibility of a man, who belongs to al-Hujairi family, known as the Sheikh Abu Taia [hat].

"There are several Lebanese groups that infiltare into Syria periodically," they revealed, and noted that "among the most prominent people who recently joined the Syrian rebels are the most dangerious detainees who escaped from Roumieh prison last August."

Similarly, al-Akhbar unveiled that "Shadi al-Mawlawi, the young man who was stopped by the Lebanese Security Forces a few months ago, and then released under the pressure of Tripoli's militants is among the Lebanese fighters in Syria."


Source: al-Akhbar daily,  Edited by B.N