11 thoughts on “No NATO arms for Syrian war, the people say

  1. Troops open fire on Syrian post

    ISRAEL: The military said today that its troops had fired on Syria across the border.

    The soldiers were on routine patrol in the Golan Heights when they claim that they were fired upon.

    A military spokesman said the soldiers responded with “accurate fire toward the Syrian post from which they were fired upon.”

    But he admitted that the soldiers had no idea whether they were firing on regular Syrian forces or rebels.



  2. Rebel terror links spook Hollande

    FRANCE: President Francois Hollande backed off hurriedly from arming Syrian rebels today.

    He has been pressing the country’s EU partners to lift an arms embargo against Syria so member states could provide the rebels with firepower against President Bashar Assad’s military.

    But in the light of recent turmoil among the rebels, he said France won’t deliver weapons until there is “certainty that these arms will be used by legitimate opposition.”



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  4. Islamist militants join forces

    SYRIA: The leader of al-Qaida in Iraq says it has merged with Jabhat al-Nusra, which has sided with the rebels fighting President Bashar al-Assad’s government.

    Islamic State of Iraq leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi said the two groups will rally under the same al-Qaida flag.

    Mr Baghdadi says the joint organisation will be known as the “Islamic State in Iraq and Sham.”

    The development is likely to raise concerns among foreign backers of Syria’s opposition.



  5. Rebel leader eats soldier’s heart

    SYRIA: Human Rights Watch have condemned a gruesome video showing a rebel fighter cutting out the heart of a government soldier and eating it.

    The US-based group said the man appeared to be Abu Sakkar of the Independent Omar al-Farouq Brigade, which fired indiscriminately at Lebanese villages earlier this year.

    The brigade is part of the rebel Free Syrian Army.



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