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Clashes Inside Jobar Neighborhood in ...
Damascus
By mchreyteh
09 Apr 2014

A video showing clashes in Damascus' eastern Jobar neighborhood between the Syrian forces and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) as well as opposition fighters firing rockets on regime held areas in the capital. The video also shows the destruction of an army tank on the southern highway.

The FSA says it destroyed buildings hosting government personnel and security forces. A field commander also claims that FSA soldiers were struck by chemical weapons launched by government forces as they were advancing towards the capital on April 4, 2014.
The FSA says it 'liberated' the Jobar police station and surrounded buildings only 400 meters from central Damascus' Abbasid Square.

Abu Mahmood - Field Commander in Ajnad Al-Sham of the Islamic Coalition: "Thanks to God we were able to destroy the building that held the regime’s forces on the Jobar front, including two buildings where around 250 shabihas were residing. There was also another building on the new highway that held around 75 shabihas. We also liberated the Jobar police station."

Abu Mouhammad - Deputee Commander in Haroun Al Rasheed Brigade: "The reason we launched the Jobar offensive was to lighten up the pressure on other fronts. There is the East Ghouta battle and the Kassab battle. We are trying to ease the pressure there on our comrades by starting this battle here. We are advancing towards Jobar, towards regime positions. The regime used chemical weapons again. Some of my comrades are wounded because of the chemical strike. We liberated the police station and the southern command center. We are advancing on the Qaboun front in northern Jobar and hopefully, if God is willing, we will advance on the capital".

الإسم – الصفة: ابو محمود قائد ميداني بالاتحاد الاسلامي لاجناد الشام

الإسم – الصفة: ابو محمد نائب قائد لواء هارون الرشيد

يستمر تقدم الجيش الحر باتجاه العاصمة السورية دمشق. هذا الفيديو من حي جوبر في دمشق يظهر اشتباكات عنيفة بين الجيش السوري النظامي والجيش الحر حيث اطلق مقاتلو المعارضة صواريخ باتجاه المناطق الخاضعة لسيطرة الحكومة في قلب العاصمة دمشق. الجيش الحر اعلن عن اسقاط مبان قال ان عدد كبير من جنود الجيش السوري يتحصن داخلها. كما يظهر الفيديو استهداف دبابة تابعة للجيش النظامي على طريق المتحلق الجنوبي المؤدي الى قلب دمشق. ويقول قادة ميدانيين في الجيش الحر ان التقدم في حي جوير دفع النظام الى استخدام صواريخ تحتوي على غازات سامة ومواد كيميائية الاسبوع الفائت وتحديدا يوم الخميس في الرابع من نيسان.
الجيش الحر قال إنه تمكن من تحرير مخفر جوبر ليصبح على بعد 400 متر من ساحة العباسيين اضافة لتحرير المباني المحيطة بالمخفر

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A Dying Army, A Dying Clinic, and a D...
Reyhanli
By adrian
17 Mar 2014

In the Turkish border town of Rehyanli, sometimes dubbed the “rebel resort”, the injured and exhausted remnants of the once powerful Free Syrian Army seek medical treatment in a Syrian run clinic that itself is barely surviving.

Established by a defected Syrian Army medic, the clinic hosts both Syrian refugees and fighters injured in the war with a focus on long term rehabilitation. Amongst the patients is a young FSA fighter named Abu Djud. Abu Djud was an archaeology student from Aleppo who took up arms after the uprising began and was injured by shrapnel. He was evacuated to Dr. Rahhal’s clinic and had his leg amputated. He is now passing time in Reyhanli, waiting for his stump to heal and to buy a sports grade prosthetic leg. This story profiles the injured FSA fighters seeking treatment in Dr. Rahhal’s clinic. The stories of the once optimistic and now battered and sidelined young revolutionaries will reflect the withering of the Free Syrian Army in the face of growing radical opposition groups and an emboldened Syrian Army.

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By Steven Wassenaar
12 Mar 2014

FSA fighter (Liwa Al-Tawhid brigade), Khaleel Ebrahim - 23 years - came to Turkey to rest after weeks of fighting against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). He fought against ISIS in Jarabulus and Aleppo. His brigade, the Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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Arsal
By James Haines-Young
15 Feb 2014

Abu Khaled, a Syrian refugee in Arsel with four sons fighting with the FSA in Syria a fifth who was killed while fighting last year.

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Arsal, Lebanon
By James Haines-Young
15 Feb 2014

Abu Khaled, a Syrian refugee in Arsel. He has four sons fighting with the FSA in Syria and another who was killed fighting.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Qaa citizens waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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Syrian refugees Kaa medical center
By Ferran Quevedo
06 Feb 2014

Syrian refugees waiting in the medical center at the village of Kaa, the Syrian Lebanese border. The parish of Ka´a is helping refugees on the border with medical and emergency supplies and consultations in the health center. Inside no man´s land they are providing vaccines, food and basic kits.

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By Steven Wassenaar
03 Feb 2014

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 years, is trying a new prosthesis in Kilis - Turkey. Before the war an electrician, Ahmad is a former commander of the Al-Tawhid brigade, who led 10 people in a battalion of 40. 50 of his friends died during the war. In January 2013 he was hit during the famous Battle of the airport by a tank shell and he lost a leg. Then he went back to the front with one leg but he slowed his friends. Now he works relentlessly for the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Gaziantep and Kilis, Turkey, organizing medical aid, translators and housing for his wounded comrades. Even with one leg he stays a commander, now active on the front of medical help and assistance.

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 ans, essaie une nouvelle prothèse a Kilis en Turquie. Cet ancien électricien, commandant de brigade Al-Tawhid brigade, dirigeait 10 personnes dans un bataillon de 40. 50 de ses amis sont morts pendant la guerre. En janvier 2013 il a été touché pendant la célèbre bataille de l'aéroport par un obus de blindé et il a perdu une jambe. Ensuite il est reparti sur le front avec une jambe mais il ralentissait ses amis. Maintenant il travaille pour le Tawhid Medical Foundation à Gaziantep et à Kilis, Turquie. Ahmad organise les soins et des traducteurs pour ses camarades blessés, des logements pour leur famille en turquie. Même avec 1jambe il reste un commandant, actif sur un autre front: celui des soins médicaux et de l’assistance.

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By Steven Wassenaar
03 Feb 2014

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 years, is trying a new prosthesis in Kilis - Turkey. Before the war an electrician, Ahmad is a former commander of the Al-Tawhid brigade, who led 10 people in a battalion of 40. 50 of his friends died during the war. In January 2013 he was hit during the famous Battle of the airport by a tank shell and he lost a leg. Then he went back to the front with one leg but he slowed his friends. Now he works relentlessly for the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Gaziantep and Kilis, Turkey, organizing medical aid, translators and housing for his wounded comrades. Even with one leg he stays a commander, now active on the front of medical help and assistance.

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 ans, essaie une nouvelle prothèse a Kilis en Turquie. Cet ancien électricien, commandant de brigade Al-Tawhid brigade, dirigeait 10 personnes dans un bataillon de 40. 50 de ses amis sont morts pendant la guerre. En janvier 2013 il a été touché pendant la célèbre bataille de l'aéroport par un obus de blindé et il a perdu une jambe. Ensuite il est reparti sur le front avec une jambe mais il ralentissait ses amis. Maintenant il travaille pour le Tawhid Medical Foundation à Gaziantep et à Kilis, Turquie. Ahmad organise les soins et des traducteurs pour ses camarades blessés, des logements pour leur famille en turquie. Même avec 1jambe il reste un commandant, actif sur un autre front: celui des soins médicaux et de l’assistance.

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By Steven Wassenaar
03 Feb 2014

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 years, is trying a new prosthesis in Kilis - Turkey. Before the war an electrician, Ahmad is a former commander of the Al-Tawhid brigade, who led 10 people in a battalion of 40. 50 of his friends died during the war. In January 2013 he was hit during the famous Battle of the airport by a tank shell and he lost a leg. Then he went back to the front with one leg but he slowed his friends. Now he works relentlessly for the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Gaziantep and Kilis, Turkey, organizing medical aid, translators and housing for his wounded comrades. Even with one leg he stays a commander, now active on the front of medical help and assistance.

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 ans, essaie une nouvelle prothèse a Kilis en Turquie. Cet ancien électricien, commandant de brigade Al-Tawhid brigade, dirigeait 10 personnes dans un bataillon de 40. 50 de ses amis sont morts pendant la guerre. En janvier 2013 il a été touché pendant la célèbre bataille de l'aéroport par un obus de blindé et il a perdu une jambe. Ensuite il est reparti sur le front avec une jambe mais il ralentissait ses amis. Maintenant il travaille pour le Tawhid Medical Foundation à Gaziantep et à Kilis, Turquie. Ahmad organise les soins et des traducteurs pour ses camarades blessés, des logements pour leur famille en turquie. Même avec 1jambe il reste un commandant, actif sur un autre front: celui des soins médicaux et de l’assistance.

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By Steven Wassenaar
03 Feb 2014

Bashar, 6 years old, received his first prosthetic leg in a medical center in Kilis, Turkey. He was playing in the street in Aleppo when a shell exploded and he lost a leg. He is helped by the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Turkey who helps with interpreters and medical care.

Bachar, 6 ans, reçoit sa première prothèse de jambe dans un centre médicale à Kilis, Turquie. Il jouait dans la rue à Alep quand un obus a explosé et il a perdu une jambe. Il est pris en charge par le Tawhid médical foundation en Turquie qui l'aide avec des interprètes et des soins médicaux.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Sadam Hussein Hero, 20 years, in a improvised hospital in Gaziantep, Turkey. He lost a leg during the famous battle for the Kindi hospital in Aleppo. An explosive barrel landed 15 meters away from him, half December 2013. He was treated in a hospital in Aleppo and then in a hospital in Turkey where they amputated the leg. Before the war he worked as a furniture painter. He joined the jihad because it is an obligation for Muslims to protect the abused people. For the future he hopes to have a prosthesis and return to combat. He wants the victory of the people in Syria. After the victory he does not know what he will do. He is assisted by the Liwa Al-Tawhid in Gaziantep, who organized a translator to speak with the Turkish hospital staff. The Liwa Al-Tawhid has established its own medical service (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

Sadam Hussein Hero, 20 ans, dans un hôpital improvisé a Gaziantep, Turquie. Il a perdu une jambe pendant la célèbre bataille du Kindi hôpital, à Alep. Un baril explosif est atterri à 15 mètres de distance de lui, mi décembre 2013. Il a été soigné dans un hôpital à Alep puis dans un hôpital en Turquie ou ils ont amputé la jambe. Avant la guerre il travaillait comme peintre de meubles. Il a rejoint le jihad car c'est une obligation pour des musulmans de protéger le peuple maltraité. Pour son avenir il espère avoir une prothèse et revenir au combat. Il souhaite la victoire du peuple en Syrie. Apres la victoire il ne sait pas qu’est ce qu’il va faire. Il est pris en charge par le Liwa Al-Tawhid à Gaziantep, qui a organisé des traducteurs pour parler avec le personnel turque. Le liwa al-tawhid a mis en place son propre service médical (Tawhid Medical Foundation) en Turquie.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Qusa Souleymane, 40, is a civilian who is assisted by the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Turkey who helps him with interpreters, medical care and housing in an improvised hospital. During fights between ISIS and the FSA a mortar fell near him, he does not know who fired. He has a broken arm, 10 stitches in the head. He was first treated in a clinic in Aleppo, then transported by ambulance to Kilis, and later Gaziantep. Before the revolution he was a chicken dealer, since the fighting he is an internal refugee in Maraa, where he worked as a driver to earn a little money. His house in Aleppo is destroyed. He is married, his children are Maraa. In the future he hopes to be safe and that everything gets normal again, that there is peace.

Souleymane Qusa, 40 ans, un civil. Pendant des combats entre Isis et FSA un mortier est tombé près de lui, Il ne sait pas qui a tiré. Il a un bras fracturé, 10 points de suture à la tète. D'abord soigné dans une clinique à Alep, ensuite il a été transporté par une ambulance à Kilis, puis à Gaziantep. Avant la révolution il était vendeur des poulets, depuis le début des combats il était refugié à Maraa où il travaille comme chauffeur pour gagner un peu d'argent. Sa maison a Alep est détruite. Il est marié, ses enfants sont a Maraa. Pour le futur il espère être en sécurité et que tout devient normale, que il y a de la paix.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Naser Taref, 29 years old, in an improvised hospital of the Medical Tawhid Foundation in Gaziantep, Turkey. Naser was a general military commander of the Liwa al-Tawheed & Jihad brigade in Hasakeh. He lost his right leg, one eye and several fingers when a bomb exploded under his car in November 2013. He is married and has a child, he was a mechanic before the war. His brigade, the Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Naser Taref, 29 years old, in an improvised hospital of the Medical Tawhid Foundation in Gaziantep, Turkey. Naser was a general military commander of the Liwa al-Tawheed & Jihad brigade in Hasakeh. He lost his right leg, one eye and several fingers when a bomb exploded under his car in November 2013. He is married and has a child, he was a mechanic before the war. His brigade, the Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Sadam Hussein Hero, 20 years, in a improvised hospital in Gaziantep, Turkey. He lost a leg during the famous battle for the Kindi hospital in Aleppo. An explosive barrel landed 15 meters away from him, in mid December 2013. He was treated in a hospital in Aleppo and then in a hospital in Turkey where they amputated the leg. Before the war he worked as a furniture painter. He joined the jihad because it is an obligation for Muslims to protect the oppressed. For the future he hopes to have a prosthesis and return to combat. He wants the victory of the people in Syria. After the victory he does not know what he will do. He is assisted by the Liwa Al-Tawhid in Gaziantep, who organized a translator to speak with the Turkish hospital staff. Liwa Al-Tawhid has established its own medical service (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

Sadam Hussein Hero, 20 ans, dans un hôpital improvisé a Gaziantep, Turquie. Il a perdu une jambe pendant la célèbre bataille du Kindi hôpital, à Alep. Un baril explosif est atterri à 15 mètres de distance de lui, mi décembre 2013. Il a été soigné dans un hôpital à Alep puis dans un hôpital en Turquie ou ils ont amputé la jambe. Avant la guerre il travaillait comme peintre de meubles. Il a rejoint le jihad car c'est une obligation pour des musulmans de protéger le peuple maltraité. Pour son avenir il espère avoir une prothèse et revenir au combat. Il souhaite la victoire du peuple en Syrie. Apres la victoire il ne sait pas qu’est ce qu’il va faire. Il est pris en charge par le Liwa Al-Tawhid à Gaziantep, qui a organisé des traducteurs pour parler avec le personnel turque. Le liwa al-tawhid a mis en place son propre service médical (Tawhid Medical Foundation) en Turquie.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Naser Taref, 29 years old, in an improvised hospital of the Medical Tawhid Foundation in Gaziantep, Turkey. Naser was a general military commander of the Liwa al-Tawheed & Jihad brigade in Hasakeh. He lost his right leg, one eye and several fingers when a bomb exploded under his car in November 2013. He is married and has a child, he was a mechanic before the war. His brigade, the Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Naser Taref, 29 years old, in an improvised hospital of the Medical Tawhid Foundation in Gaziantep, Turkey. Naser was a general military commander of the Liwa al-Tawheed & Jihad brigade in Hasakeh. He lost his right leg, one eye and several fingers when a bomb exploded under his car in November 2013. He is married and has a child, he was a mechanic before the war. His brigade, the Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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Syria
By Steven Wassenaar
01 Feb 2014

Medical goods are carried illegally over the border to Syria, near Kilis, Turkey. The brigade Liwa Al-Tawhid organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Syria in Turkey, and has set up an evacuation route to Turkey for the most severe cases.

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By Steven Wassenaar
31 Jan 2014

Sadam Hussein Hero, 20 years, in a improvised hospital in Gaziantep, Turkey. He lost a leg during the famous battle for the Kindi hospital in Aleppo. An explosive barrel landed 15 meters away from him in mid December 2013. He was treated in a hospital in Aleppo and then in a hospital in Turkey where they amputated the leg. Before the war he worked as a furniture painter. He joined the jihad because it is an obligation for Muslims to protect the opressed. For the future he hopes to have a prosthesis and return to the frontline. He wants the victory of the people in Syria. After the victory he does not know what he will do. He is assisted by the Liwa Al-Tawhid in Gaziantep, who organized a translator to speak with the Turkish hospital staff. The Liwa Al-Tawhid has established its own medical service (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

Sadam Hussein Hero, 20 ans, dans un hôpital improvisé a Gaziantep, Turquie. Il a perdu une jambe pendant la célèbre bataille du Kindi hôpital, à Alep. Un baril explosif est atterri à 15 mètres de distance de lui, mi décembre 2013. Il a été soigné dans un hôpital à Alep puis dans un hôpital en Turquie ou ils ont amputé la jambe. Avant la guerre il travaillait comme peintre de meubles. Il a rejoint le jihad car c'est une obligation pour des musulmans de protéger le peuple maltraité. Pour son avenir il espère avoir une prothèse et revenir au combat. Il souhaite la victoire du peuple en Syrie. Apres la victoire il ne sait pas qu’est ce qu’il va faire. Il est pris en charge par le Liwa Al-Tawhid à Gaziantep, qui a organisé des traducteurs pour parler avec le personnel turque. Le liwa al-tawhid a mis en place son propre service médical (Tawhid Medical Foundation) en Turquie.

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By Steven Wassenaar
31 Jan 2014

Naser Taref, 29 years old, in an improvised hospital of the Medical Tawhid Foundation in Gaziantep, Turkey. Naser was a general military commander of the Liwa al-Tawheed & Jihad brigade in Hasakeh. He lost his right leg, one eye and several fingers when a bomb exploded under his car in November 2013. He is married and has a child, he was a mechanic before the war. His brigade, the Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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By Steven Wassenaar
31 Jan 2014

Qusa Souleymane, 40, is a civilian who is assisted by the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Turkey who helps him with interpreters, medical care and housing in an improvised hospital. During fights between ISIS and the FSA a mortar fell near him, he does not know who fired. He has a broken arm, 10 stitches in the head. He was first treated in a clinic in Aleppo, then transported by ambulance to Kilis, and later Gaziantep. Before the revolution he was a chicken dealer, since the fighting he is an internal refugee in Maraa, where he worked as a driver to earn a little money. His house in Aleppo is destroyed. He is married, his children are in Maraa. In the future he hopes to be safe and that everything gets normal again, that there is peace.

Souleymane Qusa, 40 ans, un civil. Pendant des combats entre Isis et FSA un mortier est tombé près de lui, Il ne sait pas qui a tiré. Il a un bras fracturé, 10 points de suture à la tète. D'abord soigné dans une clinique à Alep, ensuite il a été transporté par une ambulance à Kilis, puis à Gaziantep. Avant la révolution il était vendeur des poulets, depuis le début des combats il était refugié à Maraa où il travaille comme chauffeur pour gagner un peu d'argent. Sa maison a Alep est détruite. Il est marié, ses enfants sont a Maraa. Pour le futur il espère être en sécurité et que tout devient normale, que il y a de la paix.

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Syria
By Steven Wassenaar
31 Jan 2014

Member of the brigade Liwa Al-Tawhid, wounded during combat with ISIS in Aleppo, illegally crosses the border near Kilis between Syria and Turkey, aided by smugglers and a comrade. He is to be taken care off by the Tawhid Medical Foundation based in Gaziantep and Kilis, Turkey, where he will receive medical care in a Turkish hospital. He will recover in a secret apartment of the Liwa Al-Tawhid brigade before returning to Syria. His brigade - Liwa al-Tawhid - is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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Syria
By Steven Wassenaar
30 Jan 2014

An ambulance crosses the Turkish border to take a person who was wounded in Aleppo to a Turkish hospital in Kilis. The organization of the evacuation of wounded Syrians is largely the work of the Liwa Al-Tawhid brigade which set up its own medical services (Medical Foundation Tawhid) in Turkey.

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By Steven Wassenaar
30 Jan 2014

This is the way Yussed Al Hussein, 30, member of the Al-Tawhid Brigade, looked before his injury.
In January 2013, he got hit in Aleppo, he had his face teared apart, he doesn't have a jaw anymore and he breathes from his neck. A proper plastic surgery would costs 250.000 Dollars. His face was restructured by pieces of his arms and legs. He can only eat baby food. He's married and has five children. He fought for three years with the Al-Tawhid Brigade. He doesn't have a passport so he can't go to Europe for surgery and he's on the terror list of four different intelligence agencies.

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By Steven Wassenaar
30 Jan 2014

Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, former commander of the Al-Tawhid brigade, visits a wounded fighter in Gaziantep, Turkey. Ahmad Abu Ubaidah, 25 years, before the war an electrician, lost a leg in a famous battle for the international airport. Now he works relentlessly for the Tawhid Medical Foundation in Gaziantep and Kilis, organizing medical aid, translators and housing for his wounded comrades. Even with one leg he stays a commander, now active on the front of medical help and assistance.

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Syria
By Steven Wassenaar
30 Jan 2014

Member of the brigade Liwa Al-Tawhid, wounded during combat with ISIS in Aleppo, illegally crosses the border near Kilis between Syria and Turkey, aided by smugglers and a comrade. He is to be taken care off by the Tawhid Medical Foundation based in Gaziantep and Kilis, Turkey where he will receive medical care in a Turkish hospital. He will recover in a secret apartment of the Liwa Al-Tawhid brigade before returning to Syria. His brigade, Liwa al-Tawhid, is one of most famous in Aleppo and counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

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By Steven Wassenaar
30 Jan 2014

Wounded fighter, mortar fragments, Al Tawhid Medical Center, Gaziantep. Al Tawhid brigade is one of the most famous armed opposition groups in Aleppo, counts 12,000 fighters and organizes its own medical services (Tawhid Medical Foundation) in Turkey.

Combattant blessé par des impacts de mortier, Al Tawhid Medical Center, Gaziantep. La brigade Liwa al-Tawhid est un de plus connus groupes d'opposition d'Alep, compte 12.000 combattants et autant de membres civils, et a organise son propre service médicale (Tawhid Medical Foundation) en Turquie.

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Broken Syria 16
By Steven Wassenaar
30 Jan 2014

Yussed Al Hussein, 30, member of the Al-Tawhid Brigade, in an improvised hospital in Gaziantep, Turkey. In January 2013, he got hit in Aleppo, he had his face teared apart, he doesn't have a jaw anymore and he breathes from his neck. A proper plastic surgery would costs 250.000 Dollars. His face was restructured by pieces of his arms and legs. He can only eat baby food. He's married and has five children. He fought for three years with the Al-Tawhid Brigade. He doesn't have a passport so he can't go to Europe for surgery and he's on the terror list of four different intelligence agencies.