A group of terrorists captured by the Syrian army talk about their role in the jihad against the Assad regime.
From the notes accompanying the YouTube video:
This Sky News interview with seven Islamist Jihadists, some Syrian and some from other countries (Turkey, Iraq, Palestine) who were caught by the Syrian government in Syria, reveals quite a bit about the way these radicalized people think. Their hardline Wahhabi / Salafi ideology encourages them to kill infidels if they do not agree to convert to their version of Islam or pay the jizya tax. They also reveal that the group Jabhat al-Nusra to which most of them belong is a Syrian group that is al-Qaeda affiliated and that decided to change its name in an effort to rebrand itself after al-Qaeda’s name had negative connotations in the world, including Syria.
Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.