Friday, July 12, 2013

FSA Fight to Al Qaeda

Tension soars as Syria rebel chief shot dead
BEIRUT — Simmering hostility between Syria's mainstream rebels and jihadists has erupted into naked violence, with a Free Syrian Army commander in the coastal province of Latakia being shot dead by an Al-Qaeda front group.
Kamal Hamami -- better known by his nom-de-guerre Abu Bassir al-Jeblawi -- was killed on Thursday by fighters of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), one of the main jihadist groups operating in Syria, said witnesses and a monitoring group.
The killing follows months of tension between the mainstream, Arab and Western-backed rebel Free Syrian Army (FSA) and jihadist groups affiliated to Al-Qaeda, most of whose fighters are non-Syrian.
A rebel allied to Abu Bassir said via Facebook he had witnessed what he said was a cold-blooded shooting at an ISIS checkpoint when the rebel chief was on his way to visit fellow fighters at the front.  Read more 
Delaying arming  FSA  this things happens, in my view Al Qaeda working with criminal Hezbollah...