The Oldest Fighter in the Revolution

Meet the oldest fighter in the revolution, from Sab`a Bahrat in Aleppo on the front lines, September 24, 2012. A true hero, he is in his seventies and has been fighting for a week after having helped the FSA for three months. When asked why he entered the fight, he said that religion requires this from him as the tyrants are waging a war against it. His message to all the fighters is for them to correct their intention into being for God alone, as this is a struggle for the sake of God, not for money or status, and that only pleasing God is the objective. He calls upon all Muslims, young and old, to defend their honour and their homes, for if they don’t who else will, he asks. Whoever is able to carry arms has to defend his religion. Bashar al-Assad is a tyrant, the son of tyrant whose tyranny runs all the way up to his grandfather. He calls upon all of the tyrants to repent to God, if there is room for such repentance, because like it is now it is the opposite of that.

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