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The Lions of Tawhid in their Battle for Aleppo

The Lions of Tawhid in their Battle for Aleppo

8/14/2012 Tal Rifaat, Syria. Abu Hilal, who the Lions of Tawhid identified as a captured Sunni member of the Pro-Regime paramilitary unit known as the Shabeeha, cowered in fear in the Lions of Tawhid base in Tal Rifaat. The young man, who had been transferred to the group after being kept in a rebel prison in Marea, bore signs of heavy beating and torture. Rebels said that he had admitted to killing six people, and raping one female student at the University in Aleppo?crimes for which the rebels
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