Western-backed terrorists beheading Christian in Syria show the real zionist-face of Western Government
US, West, Israel and their regional alliies-backed terrorists beheaded a Christian man and fed his body to dogs, according to a nun.
The nun said taxi driver Andrei Arbashe, 38, was kidnapped after his brother was heard complaining that fighters against the ruling regime behaved like bandits, daily mail reported.
She said his headless corpse was found by the side of the road, surrounded by hungry dogs. He had recently married and was soon to be a father.
Sister Agnes-Mariam de la Croix said, “His only crime was his brother criticized the rebels, accused them of acting like bandits, which is what they are.”
There have been a growing number of accounts of atrocities carried out by rogue elements of the Syrian Free Army, which opposes Bashar al-Assad and is recognized by Britain and the West as the legitimate leadership.
Sister Agnes-Miriam, mother superior of the Monastery of St James the Mutilated, has condemned Britain and the West for supporting the rebels despite growing evidence of human rights abuses. Murder, kidnapping, rape and robbery are becoming commonplace, she said.
“The free and democratic world is supporting extremists,” Sister Agnes-Miriam said from her sanctuary in Lebanon.
One of the most effective fighting forces is the Jabat Al-Nusra, which has an ideology similar to Al Qaeda.
US, West, Israel and their regional alliies-backed terrorists attacked the Northern town of Ras Al-Ayn, on the Turkish border, last month. The fighters entered the Christian quarter, ordering civilians to leave and leaving their homes.
“More than 200 families were driven out in the night,” Sister Agnes-Miriam said. “People are afraid. Everywhere the deaths squads stop civilians, abduct them and ask for ransom, sometimes they kill them.”
US, West, Israel and their regional alliies-backed terrorists wearing black bandanas of Al Qaeda recently laid siege to the Monastery of St James the Mutilated, located between Damascus and Homs, for two days in an attempt to prevent Christmas celebrations, the nun stated.