Escaped hostage from East Ghouta describes horror of living under “moderate rebels”

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EAST GHOUTA, Syria – A civilian hostage who escaped the East Ghouta war zone has described the brutal life of living under the governance of the so-called “moderate rebels” which after many years of this war cannot be denied is a manipulative term used by the mainstream media to humanize terrorist organizations.

The man escaped from the largest town of East Ghouta, Duma, and on Syrian television described small elements of the horrors living in such conditions.

“They wanted us to be slaves and if one disagrees they would behead him,” he explained.

He also went onto explain how he wishes his children could forget the horrors of the Syrian war that began in 2011 and how they could only remember life “one hour after” the interview began.

He then went onto explain the shortage of food, how they were kept as slaves and how he was imprisoned on several occasions.

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Meanwhile in Afrin, Turkish airstrikes continue to slaughter innocent Kurdish civilians. Full details and a video of this can be found here.

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