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Al-Tawhid Corps: The Syrian Brotherhood's new Army

Following the Libyan Islamist "Tripoli Corps" model, the Syrian Moslem Brotherhood set up a new Qatari - backed army, the Tawhid Corps.

The "Libyan Guevara", the CIA and Irish Gypsies!

The Libyan Commander who joined the fight in Syria, and lost 200 thousand Euros of CIA money to gypsy gangs.

Hala Jadid: Assad’s rule, a Catastrophe

The Arab Digest interviews Hala Jadid, a Syrian activist of Allawite background who lost her father following his brutal torture in Assad's prisons.

Syria's jailed poet: Assad's prisons, a hell of a particular kind!

The Arab Digest interviews Syrian poet Faraj Bayrakdar, he speaks on the Assad's notorious prisons, and the Syrian revolution.

A U.S. Libya veteran plans joining Syria's war

The Arab Digest speaks to an American who volunteered to fight in Libya, where he was incarcerated in Gaddafi's notorious prison. He is now thinking of joining the rebels in Syria.

January 22, 2014

An Islamist Imam, Brigade Leader caught on Video raping his Grand Daughter

January 22, 2014

January 22, 2014

A Screenshot of the Video

A video of a bearded man allegedly raping his underaged grand daughter has went viral on YouTube, recording more than 150 thousand hits in a few hours. The video claims that the man is Sheikh Mohamad Kassem Al Nasouh, an Imam in Deir El Zour, Syria, and a leader of the Ahbab Al Sahaba Islamist brigade. Arabic News websites have widely reported on the video, while the Egypt Today website quoted activists saying that the man is indeed an Imam.

The video, which The Arab Digest refuses to embed in this article, shows the man from a distance with the grand daughter, who seemed to be begging her allegedly maternal grandfather to stop. Seconds later, the man shooting the video surprises the grandfather, shouting "you are having sex with your grand daughter", and then starts an interrogation, leading to the man's confession.

The Grand Daughter, whose name will not be published, was clearly roughed by the men, and heard begging them to leave her. She confessed that he was getting "pleasure" from her; the men showed no mercy or sympathy to her case.

The Arab Digest found no trace of Nasouh on Youtube, and search engines, prior to this incident, and could not corroborate the reported information as the Syrian regime is known to have circulated many fake videos and fabricated stories to discredit the Syrian Opposition.

Hezbollah detains a Lebanese Rapper, suspected of being a suicide bomber

Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah rounded up a Lebanese Rapper Hussein Sharafeddine, who leads the group "Double A, The Preacherman". Sharafeddine was later released after Lebanese Police learned he was a rapper.

Sharafeddine has had TV appearances in Lebanon, where he discussed his work, while he is known in certain music circles, but Hezbollah's supporters thought he was a suicide bomber because of his beard and hippie looks; he was walking in one of Beirut Southern suburbs, recently hit by a spate of suicide bombings.


January 14, 2014

U.S., Russia agree on Syria Ceasefires, Humanitarian Aid

January 14, 2014

January 14, 2014

Kerry, Lavrov and Brahimi agreed on the need for confidence-building measures before the scheduled Jan 22 talks in Switzerland between Syria’s warring sides. Among the measures being discussed with forces on the ground, the three diplomats said, are prisoner exchanges, localized cease-fires and an end to blockades by both sides that have prevented access for humanitarian aid to civilians.

January 10, 2014

New Israeli Settlements in occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem

January 10, 2014

January 10, 2014

"JERUSALEM — Out of diplomatic courtesy, and because the Americans specifically asked it to, the Israeli government postponed announcing plans to build new housing in Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem — at least while Secretary of State John F. Kerry was in town last week trying to broker a peace deal."

January 09, 2014

Egyptian defect attacks ISIS: a betrayal to Bin Laden's legacy

January 09, 2014

January 09, 2014

An Egyptian defector from ISIS in Syria, has heavily criticized the group, accusing them of betraying the legacy of alqaeda's deceased leader, Osama Bin Laden, after they refused to obey Sheikh Ayman Zawahiri's orders to leave to Iraq. In a video, the Egyptian, using his almuhajer pseudonym has also praised the group's military tactics.

Kuwait Analyst: Bin Laden is Alive, Living in the US

Kuwait's renowned Islamist analyst Abdullah Nufaisi said on Khalejia TV that he believed the Al-Qaeda leader Abdullah Nufaisi has been kidnapped and not killed, and he is a living in custody in the United States.

The Kuwaiti analyst argued it's impossible that a country like the United States will kill a man after an 11 year multi billion dollar chase.

January 08, 2014

Charted: How People in Seven Muslim Countries Believe Women Should Dress

January 08, 2014

January 08, 2014

"As the chart above, created by the Pew Research Center, goes, there’s quite a bit of variation over what constitutes proper dress for women in the Islamic world. The data for the chart come from the Middle Eastern Values Survey conducted by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research. (Several hundred people comprising what the researchers describe as a nationally representative sample in terms of education, religion, and social class were polled in each country. The gender breakdown was close to 50–50 in each of them.)"

Dinosaurs found in Saudi Arabia

A plant-eating titanosaur and a sharp-toothed theropod are the first confirmed dinosaur fossils ever found in Saudi Arabia, scientists reported Dec. 26 in the journal PLOS ONE.

Video: Iraqi Planes target an "alQaeda Gathering"

The Iraqi army has released a video of its aircraft targeting an alQaeda convoy, leading to the death of a number of operatives, according to their sources. The United States is receiving unmanned planes and missiles from the US to help in its fight against alqaeda, while it has previously received Russian made Alligator Helicopters from Russia.  

Iraq is back to Square One

"BEIRUT — An eruption of violence in Iraq is threatening to undo much of what U.S. troops appeared to have accomplished before they withdrew, putting the country’s stability on the line and raising the specter of a new civil war in a region already buckling under the strain of the conflict in Syria."


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