Syrian army defector speaks to Al Jazeera

A growing number of defectors from the Syrian army are filling the ranks of the opposition forces.

    A growing number of defectors from the Syrian army are filling the ranks of the opposition forces.

    Soldiers who were taught to believe the opposition was made up of so-called "terrorists" are questioning the government after seeing the violence with their own eyes.

    Fayez al-Abdullah is one of many soldiers who changed his mind after the army attacked his hometown.

    He shares his story with Al Jazeera on how he defected from the military.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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