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A high-ranking fighter from the Syrian opposition stood before the Military Court Wednesday and recalled how he had been kidnapped by Hezbollah. Osama al-Ousaly, from Yabroud, appeared before court chair Brig. Ousaly, who led the Free Syrian Army's "Qalamoun Shuhadaa (Martyrs)," said he didn't belong to any terrorist group and that his mission was limited to fighting the Syrian Army in Yabroud.He fled to Arsal after Yabroud fell to the Syrian Army and Hezbollah in 2014 .He also denied any involvement in manufacturing explosives, explaining that the factory belonged to his friend Tamim al-Leli.He said Jabhat Fatah al-Sham and "Ousoud al-Sunnah," which belongs to Daesh (ISIS), were responsible for the bombing operations that used to occur in Lebanon and in Syria.
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