Syria – BBC is going to broadcast an interview with Abu Sakkar, the bandit who became famous as the “man-eater“, without explaining some circumstances. Abu Sakkar is exactly the person who was seen in May when he tasted the heart, lungs or liver of a killed (whacked) opponent.
A Syrian rebel opens the chest of his victim, takes out the heart and the liver and eats from them while threatening to do the same to all Bashar’s men. His men and fellow terrorists chant “Allah Akbar”. The cannibal was identified by some activists as Khaled AlHamad one of AlFarouq Battalion leaders, known as “Abu Saqqar”. He is mainly [Continue reading…]