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Well, our sources say that the interview did happen, and that al Asaad added that ’infighting for funds, resources & leadership within the opposition’s ranks was detrimental to the ‘revolution’. Sources say that al Asaad was scolded for ‘demoralizing the troops’ and ultimately, (always according to sources) the Qataris leaned on al Asaad & Reuters to ‘correct the mistake’. Today, the FSA said that it is Tactically’ withdrawing from Aleppo, the 8th ‘tactical withdrawl’ (sounds, looks and smells like the 16th attack on the Egypt-Israel gas pipeline.)
“…(Reuters) – Thomson Reuters said the blogging platform of the Reuters News website was compromised on Friday and a false posting purporting to carry an interview with a Syrian rebel leader was illegally posted on a Reuters’ journalist’s blog.“Reuters.com was a target of a hack on Friday,” the company said in a statement. “Our blogging platform was compromised and fabricated blog posts were falsely attributed to several Reuters journalists.”
One of the false posts purported to be an interview with Riad al-Asaad, the head of the Free Syrian Army….
In the purported interview, the FSA leader was alleged to have said his forces were pulling back from the northern province of Aleppo after clashes with the Syrian army.
The Free Syrian Army issued a statement denying that any such interview had taken place, and blamed President Bashar al-Assad’s government for the false posting….”