Lebanese Militants Train Syrian Rebels for Jihad
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Jun 5, 2012, 11:44 PM

A veteran Lebanese Islamic-militant terrorist trains the new generation of jihadis to overthrow the Syrian government.

Longtime terrorist Mustapha granted an exclusive interview to the Christian Science Monitor at an orchard in the Bekaa Valley camp.

Mustapha disclosed that he’s preparing eager Lebanese to engage in a terrorism campaign against the Assad regime.

According to the Christian Science Monitor, “Mustapha is a veteran of Lebanon’s 1975-90 civil war who is using his past military experience to train dozens of Lebanese volunteers eager to cross the nearby border with Syria to join the armed opposition against the President Bashar al-Assad’s regime.”

Mustapha declared that other Lebanese affiliated with the Free Syrian Army, the main military rebel group in Syria, approximately 300 Lebanese Sunnis from the northern Bekaa Valley region alone have taken up jihadist arms against the Assad regime in the past year. Many of them joined FSA brigades in the area of Homs, Syria’s third-largest city.

As reported by the Christian Science Monitor, “the Lebanese recruits are not the only non-Syrians to volunteer for the struggle against the Assad regime, the FAS volunteers claim. Apparently, other Islamic terrorists hail from Tunisia, Algeria and Saudi Arabia.

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