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Syrian Rebels Wage Jihad on Christians Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, Jul 25, 2012, 08:42 PM
Abdel Jawhar.jpgThousands of Syrian refugees fleeing to Lebanon are Christians seeking to escape from a jihad terrorist campaign launched by Syrian rebels. The nation’s minority Christian population is migrating to the Beqaa Valley in eastern Lebanon.

According to Spiegel magazine of Germany, “in the past year and a half, since the beginning of the uprising against Syria’s authoritarian President Bashar Assad, hundreds of thousands of Syrians have fled their homes and sought safe haven abroad. Inside the country, the United Nations estimates that 1 million people have left their homes to escape violence and are now internally displaced. The majority are likely to have fled to escape the brutality of Assad’s troops. Indeed, as was the case at the start of the Syrian civil war, most of the violence is still being perpetuated by the army, the secret services and groups of thugs steered by the state.”

Nonetheless, the Free Syrian Army has supported militant Islam radicalism in recent months and accepted advice from al Qaeda terrorist operatives. The Free Syrian Army has seized control of the town of Qusayr and terrorizing the city of 40,000 residents, since most of them are Christian.

As reported by Spiegel, “On April 20, Abdel Ghani Jawhar involuntarily provided proof that foreign jihadists are engaged in combat in Qusayr. Jawhar, a Lebanese national and commander with the terrorist group Fatah al Islam, died that day in the Syrian city … Until his death, Jawhar had been the most wanted man in Lebanon, where he is implicated in the deaths of 200 people.”

To read the entire article from Spiegel Magazine of Germany, link here:

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