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Friday, January 3, 2014

Islamist vs. Islamist in Syrian civil war factional free-for-all

ISTANBUL—The Western-backed Free Syrian Army clashed with al Qaeda fighters in towns throughout northern Syria on Friday, drawing support for the first time from Islamic militants also fighting the Assad regime.

The fighting marked the first major, sustained clashes between two Islamist rebel groups that were to be allied: al Qaeda’s Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS, and the Islamic Front, a coalition of less-radical religious militias.

Here's an interesting curiosity, a clip from Assad's English-language propaganda news, which of course blames the civil war on the partnership between Zionists and the Muslim Brotherhood. We all know what good pals they are with each other...

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