BBC Arabic: Groups affiliated to al-Qaeda carry out acts of terror
LONDON- An investigative report by BBC Arabic in Idleb revealed that Islamic organizations affiliated to al-Qaeda and others attached to it fight the Syrian Arab Army and launch attacks against it in a clear endeavor to set up an Islamic state in Syria.
The report said that the battalions of the so-called Jabhat al-Nasra, affiliated to al-Qaeda, fight on the Syrian territories along with a group called "Jihadiya", attacking the governmental forces.
It added that the so-called battalion of "Ahrar al-Sham" has powerful presence in the ranks of "Jihadists" in Idleb, describing it as the most powerful in using explosives, mines and booby-trapped cars.
That evidence, documented with sound and image, undoubtedly proves that all terror acts that targeted the innocent citizens and state institutions were carried out by those extremist organizations affiliated to al-Qaeda.
The Syrians wonder how western diplomats understand the statement of the called Abdul-Rahman al-Souri, leader of the so-called battalions of "Ahrar al-Sham "in Idleb, saying that "Syria became an open battlefield for all Jihadists."