Syria’s Azaz rebels detained Lebanese reporter Fidaa Itani

Azaz coordination committee of the Syrian revolution announced on Saturday the arrest of Lebanese reporter Fidaa Itani, who works for LBCI and other channels, due to the incompatibility of his work with the course of the Syrian revolution, according to The Facebook page of Azaz Rebels.

The rebels further revealed that Itani was placed under house arrest but will be released after the completion of all required investigations.

The committee revealed that Itani’s reports and videos did not prove his involvement with any party against the revolution, but his work as a reporter is no longer accepted in the regions that are controlled by the rebels’.

LBCI contacted Abou Ibrahim who confirmed that Itani is in custody of the rebels.

Abou Ibrahim is the spokesman of the rebels that detained in Aleppo province the Shiite pilgrims on their way back from Iran last May. Several were released , but the remaining detainees have been accused of being Hezbollah members.

  • Moe2000

    Just like the Syrian Christian head of a church was beheaded two days ago to make way for the Saud backed Al Qaeda backed Wahhabi caliphate.

    • 5thDrawer

      Reporting on ideology is not as bad as promoting it … although they seem to have a problem with slanted reports. Maybe they try to change his head before chopping it off.

    • dabers

      wahabis no like no wahabi mr

  • Moe2000

    Just like the Syrian Christian head of a church was beheaded two days ago to make way for the Saud backed Al Qaeda backed Wahhabi caliphate.

    • 5thDrawer

      Reporting on ideology is not as bad as promoting it … although they seem to have a problem with slanted reports. Maybe they try to change his head before chopping it off.

    • dabers

      wahabis no like no wahabi mr

  • Syrian rebels last week found Iranian money in the possession of militiamen loyal to President Bashar Assad, a video uploaded to LiveLeaks on Wednesday claimed.
    In the video, a group of rebels belonging to the Tawhid Battalion of the Free Syrian Army are shown rifling through the pockets of two dead men who they identify as “bodies of the [Assad] regime’s army.” In one of the dead men’s wallets, they find a wad of bills that one of the men erroneously identifies as Euros.
    A moment later he flashes green rial bills marked with the face of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and the cameraman corrects him and identifies the cash as Iranian.
    The rebels then repeatedly curse the dead men as “Iranian dogs” and mercenaries.
    Part of the clip was also incorporated into a second video which identified the scene as the aftermath of a Syrian rebel assault on the town of Salqin, located near the Turkish border, west of Aleppo.

    Iran has supported the Syrian regime politically, financially and militarily, since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war 19 months ago.
    According to a report published in Al-Monitor earlier in October, “Iran regularly transfers money to Syria to help Damascus maintain an acceptable degree of economic stability.” It was not clear from the report whether the funds sent from Tehran were cash or otherwise.
    The top commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in September admitted the elite unit has had high-level advisers in Lebanon and Syria for a long time, but did not specify any further.

    • dabers

      yu funk hu mr yu sund gue mr 

      • fung hu?  answer.. sum yong guy

  • Syrian rebels last week found Iranian money in the possession of militiamen loyal to President Bashar Assad, a video uploaded to LiveLeaks on Wednesday claimed.
    In the video, a group of rebels belonging to the Tawhid Battalion of the Free Syrian Army are shown rifling through the pockets of two dead men who they identify as “bodies of the [Assad] regime’s army.” In one of the dead men’s wallets, they find a wad of bills that one of the men erroneously identifies as Euros.
    A moment later he flashes green rial bills marked with the face of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini and the cameraman corrects him and identifies the cash as Iranian.
    The rebels then repeatedly curse the dead men as “Iranian dogs” and mercenaries.
    Part of the clip was also incorporated into a second video which identified the scene as the aftermath of a Syrian rebel assault on the town of Salqin, located near the Turkish border, west of Aleppo.

    Iran has supported the Syrian regime politically, financially and militarily, since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war 19 months ago.
    According to a report published in Al-Monitor earlier in October, “Iran regularly transfers money to Syria to help Damascus maintain an acceptable degree of economic stability.” It was not clear from the report whether the funds sent from Tehran were cash or otherwise.
    The top commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard in September admitted the elite unit has had high-level advisers in Lebanon and Syria for a long time, but did not specify any further.

    • dabers

      yu funk hu mr yu sund gue mr 

      • fung hu?  answer.. sum yong guy