Syrian rebel fighter cuts soldier's heart out, 'bites' it

An online video shows a Syrian rebel fighter carving into the body of a government soldier and cutting out his heart and liver.

FP Staff May 14, 2013 16:31:19 IST
Syrian rebel fighter cuts soldier's heart out, 'bites' it

A group loyal to President Bashar Al-Assad posted a barbaric video online that shows a Syrian rebel fighter carving into the body of a government soldier and cutting out his heart and liver.

Syrian rebel fighter cuts soldiers heart out bites it

Protests in Syria against Assad's regime. AP

"I swear to God we will eat your hearts out, you soldiers of Bashar. You dogs. God is greater! Heroes of Baba Amr ... we will take out their hearts to eat them," the man is heard saying, as per a CNN report.

The man then puts the heart in his mouth and takes a bite.

The group that posted the video on Monday describes the mutilation as a "crime that crosses all lines."

The main opposition alliance has described the act as "horrific and inhumane.

Read the CNN story here

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