Faith Based Decision Leads to Permanent Error

by Hal Mooz 15. November 2013 11:43

Syria rebels linked to al Qaeda apologize for beheading fellow fighter

The leaders of an al Qaeda-linked Islamist faction fighting Syrian president Bashar Assad have asked for “understanding forgiveness” after they mistakenly cut off the head of a fellow rebel and held it aloft for public display..

He was later identified as Mohammed Fares, an anti-government fighter who had been wounded in clashes against the Syrian army earlier that day, a spokesperson from British based the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told NBC News. The neutral group reports on incidents involving both sides in the conflict.

Al-Qahatani asked for Allah’s forgiveness in the statement, adding that the error is frequent in Jihad wars.

He also referenced a story in the Quran where the prophet Mohammed said Allah would forgive a man who killed a believer in error.


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