It has come to light that the Free Syrian Army rebels are not just the victims of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's regime. They are also perpetrators of violent crimes, torture and murders themselves.
In an interview with Arutz Sheva's Tamar Yonah on her News & Views radio program, Shoebat described the atrocities taking place in the Islamic world. In graphic detail, he spoke of the rapes and kidnappings of Christian Copts in Egypt. He provided to Yonah the video & audio of the mother of a young woman, 'Mary', who was kidnapped by the Muslims and sold to an Egyptian car salesman. The mother was filmed at a demonstration attended by the Coptic community. In the video she is shown crying and begging for the return of her daughter. Coptic families are often fed a story that their missing daughters actually ran off with the Muslim man because they were in love and that their daughter has converted to Islam of her own free will. Her mother cries out that if this is true, Mary should be allowed to come out and say so herself.
Shoebat told Yonah that any serious government investigation into the matter of kidnappings of non-Muslims in Egypt is futile, "The government and the security forces do not interfere, because a Muslim kidnapping a Coptic girl ...he force-marries her, and now she is married to a Muslim, and by Sharia law, ...the Egyptian security forces don't do anything."
When wanting to know more about the kidnapping story of 'Mary', Shoebat tells Yonah, "Tamar, you have to watch it (the video) you cannot be 'told' about it, you have to watch it." Yonah then plays the dramatic audio on the program for the listeners to experience the emotional trauma experienced by the Coptic community in Egypt.
You cannot be 'told' about it, you have to watch it.
With the Obama Administration's more than tacit support of the Syrian Rebels, it is vital that these atrocities of the Free Syrian Army be exposed. Shoebat's film, 'Bloodthirsty Syrian Rebels', is extremely graphic and cannot be shown on most television media outlets. According to Shoebat, after posting it on Youtube, it was subsequently removed. He has since, only been able to host it on his website, but has released the film to Arutz Sheva. WARNING: This video is extremely graphic.