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Aleppo, Syria - View of the Town Hall
Aleppo, Syria - View of the Town Hall
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Al-Qaeda-linked terrorists take about 200 Kurdish civilians as hostages in Syria.

A group of foreign-supported terrorists on Syrian soil have taken hostage of about 200 civilians after several clashes in two smaller villages in the eastern region of Syria.

According to the information, an armed terrorist group, which allegedly mainly consists of armed and violent jihadists, has taken hostage of mainly Kurdish civilians from two villages in the east of Syria – after clashes in and around the village of Tall Aren in the province of the Syrian city of Aleppo (Halab) and the nearby village of Tall Hassel.

The armed jihadists are from the al-Qaeda-affiliated “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” terrorist group and thus, there is no doubt that the terrorist group mainly consists of dangerous jihadists and one just can hope the best for the about 200 Kurdish civilians in the hands of such violent Islamists – especially after the last horrible massacre by a foreign-backed terrorist group in the town of Khan al-Assal near the former economic centre of the Arab nation, Aleppo.

A group of foreign-supported terrorist has killed over 120 Syrian civilians, including some army personnel, in the Syrian town of Khan al-Assal some days ago – probably to silence several eye witnesses in regards to the use of chemical weapons (sarin nerve gas) in an earlier attack by terrorists against Syrian civilians and some soldiers in Khan al-Assal in March 2013.

Armed jihadists form the so-called Al-Qaida-linked “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” terrorist brigade have seized control of the Syrian village of Tall Aren in Aleppo province yesterday. In addition, the armed jihadists were sadly also able to take control of the nearby village called Tall Hassel in the province of Aleppo (Halab).

While there is no much information about the hostages until now, it seems clear that the majority or all civilian hostages in the hands of these armed jihadists are from the two villages near Aleppo (Tall Hassel & Tall Aren). In addition, the hostages are thus mainly Kurdish civilians.

After the Kurdish fighters and several armed Kurdish civilians of this region in the province of the former economic centre of Syria, Aleppo, have recently forced several armed terrorist groups and those Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist brigades out of this area, one of these Islamist groups were able to take about 200 Kurdish civilians as hostages now and one is just able, as mentioned, to hope the best for the innocent hostages in the hands of such violent jihadists.

Aleppo, Syria - View of the Town Hall
Aleppo, Syria – View of the Town Hall

It is not clear whether the violent group of jihadists from the al-Qaeda-linked “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” holds the hostages for ransom, although it is not really to expect that this Islamist brigade, which is affiliated to Al Qaeda and thus, also to the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot, the Jabhat al Nusra (al-Nusra Front), took the some 200 Kurdish civilians as hostages in order to demand ransom.

Our prayers are with the Kurdish civilians in the hands of such armed and violent jihadists.

Syria has been gripped by deadly unrest since 2011. According to reports, the Western powers and their regional allies — especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey — are supporting the militants operating inside Syria.

Our prayers are with the Kurdish civilians in the hands of such armed and violent jihadists.

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