Tuesday, December 13, 2016

When Syrian rebels took over Aleppo in 2012, New York Times and other Western media justified executions by them

"While the details remained murky, the killings appeared to stem from the pitched battles that have raged for days in Aleppo, the largest city in Syria and the country’s commercial hub. Rebels accused members of the Barri family, a large Sunni clan well known for suppressing opposition to Mr. Assad, of killing 15 antigovernment fighters."