ISIS ‘military police’ executed 100 foreign fighters who attempted to quit and flee from the insurgents’ de-facto capital of Raqqa in northern Syria as frustration among militants has been growing, a UK newspaper reported citing a witness activist.
“Local fighters are frustrated — they feel they’re doing most of the work and the dying . . . foreign fighters who thought they were on an adventure are now exhausted,” an activist, opposed to both the Syrian regime and Islamic State (formerly known as ISIS/ISIL), told The Financial Times newspaper, which claims the source is reliable.
Archive for December, 2014
Had it not been for a broken bicycle, three RCMP officers would be alive today – and six young children would be playing with their fathers. But Justin Bourque’s initial plan to set fire to gas stations as a way to protest global warming was thwarted by his broken bike.
For it is a law with environmental protest that as soon as one of its objections has been met, there is always another.