Syrian opposition brutal beheaded 12-year-old "government spy"

The Syrian opposition armed group Nurdinjinji brigade, who was the perpetrator, responded
In recent days, foreign social networks have fucked a video in Syria: several armed men surrounded a little boy, calling him "spy" and cruel to beheaded him. The Syrian opposition armed group, the Nurdinjinji brigade, responded by saying that it was "an error made by an individual" and that the incident was to be investigated. The incident is the forefront of the war in Syria this controversial video 19 was uploaded to the social network, followed by "virus" spread. In the video, a boy surrounded by several adult men, someone grabbed the boy's hair forced him to face the camera. These people claim that the child was a soldier of the Al-Quds Al-Sharif, an armed faction of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (Jihad), that supported the Syrian government's "spy". Then someone knocked the boy with a knife. The Syrian government says the little boy is a 12-year-old Palestinian refugee Mahmoud? Issa, living in the Syrah refugee camp near Aleppo in Syria. Aleppo is the forefront of the Syrian war. "Holy City Brigade" subsequently issued a statement denying that Issa was a soldier and said he came from a poor family that was getting sick. In the video, Issa's waist and legs are wrapped around a bandage, and there seems to be a medical plastic tube next to the arm. The United States: If the matter is really cut off with the organization to face the pressure of all circles, Syria against the Nurdinjinjin brigade had to come forward to "fire", said the matter will be investigated. The organization says all the involved personnel have been detained and will undergo an internal investigation. The media generally disclosed that opposition to the Syrian government's Nurdin Tsundo had received funds from US funds and weapons, including Dow's anti-tank missiles. The Amnesty International says the video is the latest evidence of impunity by Syrian opposition. US Secretary of State John Kerry said he had seen a report on the beheading incident, but it was not possible to confirm whether the incident really happened. The Associated Press quoted Kerry as saying that if the report is true, "we will suspend assistance to the organization, or more directly, we will cut off contact with the organization." According to the Xinhua News Agency, the Syrian civil war, which has killed 250,000 people for five years, has killed 250,000 people. More than 1 million people have been injured and more than 650 million people have become internally displaced. About 4.5 million people have escaped abroad. Today, the ceasefire agreement between the Syrian government and the opposition remains fragile. After this decapitation, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (Red Cross) once again stressed that the Organization's assistance to Syrian refugees is shrinking due to the lack of humanitarian relief channels. Many people are "eager to wait for relief", most of them are women and children. The second phase of the Geneva talks on Syria, attended by the United Nations and the representatives of the Syrian government and the opposition, ended on 27 April and the specific date of the next phase of the peace talks remained undefined.

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