On the site of the turkish newspaper Hurriyet, and then in many others, was posted a video of the "massacre of the Post" of al-Bab, near Aleppo. It show bodies thrown from the roof of a building while in the street a frantic crowd yells 'Allah Akbar!' (God is great!).
According to Hurriyet, the militia anti-Assad had forced the officials accused of being supporters of the regime to climb on the roof of the building where they were thrown. Their bodies, in harsh images of the video, crashed to the ground among exultant people.
According to Hurriyet, the scene was taken on 10 August. "The officials who refuse to leave the premises are accused of being defenders of the regime and often executed ", writes Hurriyet.
More pictures - for which it is impossible to verify the source - posted today on Youtube, show militiamen and Sunni fundamentalists slay a Young alleged 'Shabib', ie a member of paramilitary forces loyalist, near Idlib. The armed men forces the young shirtless man, to sit on the edge of a sidewalk. A voiceover says that it would have been better to kill him with a gunshot to the head, while another insists on wanting to kill. A man approaches the young man with a knife and cuts his throat, exclaiming "Hamdoulillah!" (Praise to Allah).
A third movie, shot in Azaz, a town north of Alep under the control of the rebels, shows a man with his hands tied behind his back, extracted by force by a car and thrown to the ground where he gets first hit by a gunshot and then finished by a hail of gunfire. "These people would be better than Assad?" denounced horrified a Hurriyet reader. The images of brutality attributed to the rebels - among which continues to grow "jihadist" foreign component - have caused a furore among the same Syrian opponents.
"What is the difference between them and those who kill Our children, our women, our men? " protested on Facebook the Kurdish Syrian Massoud Akko, in exile in Norway. The President of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, close to the rebels, Abdel Rahmane Rabi, spoke of "atrocities". Free Syrian Army command (ESL) has dissociated, blaming "uncontrolled fringes" of the movement. "Such atrocities will damage the cause of revolution," said to ANSA the Colonel Khaled al Qatini.
Meanwhile, the "massacre" of journalists accused to be "loyalists" continues. Today it was announced the killing of Public TV cameraman Hatem Abu Yahiya, kidnapped Friday by a group of rebels with the reporter Yara Saleh. Two other journalists were abducted and killed in recent days: a TV presenter and a columnist of the public agency Syria's official news Sana.(ANSAmed).