Syria rebels threaten to attack Hama Christians

Dec 22 2012 H/T Magic Martin

 

AFP:

 

AFP – Syrian rebels have warned two Christian towns in the central region of Hama they will be attacked if they do not evict pro-regime fighters, according to a video distributed by a watchdog on Saturday.

The footage released by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and entitled “Warning mainly to Christian cities in the province of Hama”, shows seven Islamist fighters armed with Kalashnikovs.

“We issue this warning so that you expel gangs of (President Bashar al-) Assad and shabiha (pro-regime militia) from your towns and convince them not to bomb our villages and families,” said a fighter who identified himself as Rashid Abul Fida, head of the Al-Ansar Brigade in Hama.

Syrian opposition fighters from the al-Farouq Brigade in Halfaya, in Hama province. Syrian rebels have warned two Christian towns in the central region of Hama they will be attacked if they do not evict pro-regime fighters, according to a video distributed by a watchdog on Saturday.

Syrian opposition fighters from the al-Farouq Brigade in Halfaya, in Hama province. Syrian rebels have warned two Christian towns in the central region of Hama they will be attacked if they do not evict pro-regime fighters, according to a video distributed by a watchdog on Saturday.

 

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