EAST GHOUTA, Syria – A brave Syrian journalist has taken footage of him confronting terrorists in East Ghouta and quizzing them on their motives.
The video was taken as terrorists and their family were about to be transported from East Ghouta, to the direct east of Damascus city center, to jihadist-held Idlib province in northwest Syria.
The journalist, Jafar Younis, confronts the militants on the bus who are armed, and asks them why food was being hoarded while civilians starved, and why their bosses based overseas live in comfort while giving them demands.
All the militants and their families struggle to respond to the legitimate questions raised by Younis. It must be seen to be believed.
Syrian TV journalist Jafar Younis (https://t.co/7WTgqreaEn) boarded one of the buses bound for #Idlib from #EastGhouta and had an interesting conversation with some of the armed militants. They confirm food hoarding by NATO proxy groups. Worth watching. (w/ subtitles) #Syria pic.twitter.com/oPDl0f5LC9
— Walid (@walid970721) March 25, 2018