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Syria: What terrorism looks like (PHOTOS)

Both sides of the Syrian conflict are accusing each other of terrorism. Syrian civilians, caught somewhere in the middle, are paying a heavy Both sides of the Syrian conflict are accusing each other of terrorism. Syrian civilians are caught in the middle.price.

Syria: One on one with the leader of Jabhat al-Nusra

JABAL AL ZAWIYA, Syria — In rebel-held areas of Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra fighters are hailed as heroes, praised as the opposition’s most effective military force against a government that has leveled whole cities with airstrikes, killing tens of thousands.

In Syria, one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter

IDLIB, Syria — It’s a vital distinction that, as evidenced by US reluctance to intervene in Syria, could influence the outcome of the conflict. So which is it? Are they really terrorists? In exclusive interviews inside Syria with several senior Islamist rebel commanders, a complicated picture emerged.

Syria: From IT to rebel commander

IDLIB, Syria — “Killing the innocent along with the enemy is not acceptable. If my target is military and I knowingly kill even one innocent, this is terrorism. Regardless of who you are, a suicide bomber or an American fighter jet pilot, this is terrorism.”

An Australian in Syria: The journey of a foreign fighter

MAARAT NUMAN, Syria — “They called him a terrorist. But a terrorist kills the innocent. He came here to protect the innocent — the children, the weak, the old. The only terrorists in Syria are Bashar and his militias.”
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