Muslims killing Muslims like there is no tomorrow. Sunni slaughter of Shia’s in Syria by al-Qaeda.
Terrorist cutting out and eating the heart of a Syrian soldier.
Syria’s foreign minister makes fresh claims of rebel fighters eating human hearts of regime soldiers they kill
- Walid al-Moallem made the accusations during a speech to the U.N.
- Also said rebel fighters were sending dismembered limbs to families
- Accused the U.S. and Britain of hiding information on the chemical attack
- Rebel leader Abu Sakkar was filmed eating a soldier’s heart in May
PUBLISHED: 21:26, 30 September 2013
Claims: Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem has said his regime is fighting a war against militants who allegedly eat human hearts and dismember people
Syria’s foreign minister has claimed his regime is fighting a war against militants who eat human hearts and dismember people while they are still alive.
Walid al-Moallem also said Al-Quaeda linked rebels were sending limbs to family members.
He made the accusations during a speech to world leaders at the U.N. CBS reported.
The Foreign Minister also claimed the U.S, Britain and France had covered up the real perpetrators of chemical weapons attacks.
President Barack Obama told the U.N. last week the Syrian regime was responsible for a chemical weapons attack in August, killing hundreds of civilians.
But Al-Moallem claimed ‘terrorists’ were being given chemical weapons, but he would not say who was supplying them.
In May, a video of a Syrian rebel cutting out and eating the heart of a dead government soldier emerged.
The unverified clip, posted by a pro-government campaign group, claims to show a man – believed to be Abu Sakkar, the well-known founder of the rebel group Homs’ Farouq Brigade – standing over the uniformed corpse in a ditch.
He said: ‘I swear to God we will eat your hearts, Alawite soldiers of Bashar the dog,’ referring to supporters of President Bashar al-Assad from the minority Alawite sect.
A month earlier another photograph was released by a pro-Assad group based in Lebanon that appeared to show a young rebel fighter barbecuing the severed head of a government soldier.
Experts say such images demonstrate the battlefield has spread to the internet as both sides vie to control their public image and discredit that of their opposition.
But human rights groups say it is a sign the civil war has rapidly descended into sectarian hatred and revenge killings.
Accusations: Barack Obama, left, said the chemical weapon attack which killed hundreds of civilians was performed by the regime, but Syrian President Bashar al-Assad denied the claims during an interview
In a TV interview with the Lebanon-based Al-Mayadeen, Al-Moellem also said senior Damascus government officials would not sit down to talk with the Syrian National Coalition, the opposition group who have supported a U.S. strike.
He said the group ‘is not popular in Syria and lost a lot among Syrians when it called on the U.S. to attack Syria militarily.’
Assad has previously said the government will not talk to armed rebels and militants.
The Foreign Minister, said there are other opposition groups in Syria that should be represented in future peace talks but he said there would be no chance of a coalition.
Meanwhile, a Russian initiative has averted a U.S. strike on Syria and has led to the adoption of a U.N. Security Council resolution to have Syria dismantle its chemical weapons program.
The resolution marked a major breakthrough in diplomatic efforts since the Syrian uprising began in March 2011.
Last week a video emerged of three men, allegedly members of the Syrian regime, being executed in a public square