Alleged Walkie-Talkie Conversation between Members of al-Qaeda’s ISIL and FSA in Aleppo
This recent footage from Aleppo showing an alleged conversation taking place via a walkie-talkie between militants from al-Qaeda’s “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant” (ISIL) and supposed militants from the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) belonging to Badr Martyrs Battalion led by Khaled al-Hayani and Free [Men] of Syria Battalion led by Ali Bello and Ahmad Afsh. The ISIL militant kept referring to FSA members, who call themselves Mujahideen, as apostates who should be fought before the “original” infidels (i.e. Jews and Christians). This conversation allegedly took place after the FSA was able to take over “Castello”, a point in Aleppo, from ISIL.