ANTAKYA, Turkey — Even as Syria’s security forces have tortured and
massacred civilians and anti-government activists, armed members of the
Syrian opposition have carried out “serious human rights abuses” against
Syrian soldiers and some civilians, the New York-based Human Rights
Watch said Tuesday.
The watchdog organization made the allegations of kidnapping, torture, detention and other misconduct in a public letter to
the main Syrian opposition group, the Syrian National Council, and
other opposition groups. The letter urges anti-government leaders to
condemn and forbid the abuses.
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