Sunday, January 5, 2014

Doctors Hide Patients as Infighting among Syrian Rebels Threatens Hospital

And the rebels are undoubtedly fighting each other with weapons supplied by the Obama Administration. How's that Peace Prize working out for everyone?

(CNN) — Infighting between Syrian rebels threatened a hospital in the northern city of Aleppo on Sunday, a source said, forcing doctors to hide patients as clashes flared between Islamists and members of the Free Syrian Army.

"Doctors are working neutrally, treating both sides," said the source in northern Syria, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of reprisal attacks.

As doctors treat the wounded, fighters from the FSA and the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, are fighting outside the hospital and plotting to attack each other inside, the source said.

The clashes come after the FSA gave ISIS members a 24-hour ultimatum to surrender and leave the country and arrested 200 members of the al Qaeda-linked group. (Continue Reading.)

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1 comment:

DEWDDS said...

The revolution eating its own children? These fools are fighting over scraps not even yet won, yet both of the feuding rebel factions will gladly toss innocents into their internecine conflagration.