A member of al Qaeda's Nusra Front wears The Nusra flag as he walks with his fellow fighters near al-Zahra village, north of Aleppo city, November 25, 2014.
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Al-Qaeda's Syrian branch Wednesday executed a man it accused of insulting the Prophet Mohammad, in a summary killing mirroring those by ISIS, activists said Wednesday.Nusra has regularly executed members of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime, but has rarely been accused of carrying out such killings on religious grounds.Until recently, many Syrian activists and rebels seeking Assad's overthrow had considered Nusra Front to be less radical than ISIS.In many areas of the war-torn country, Nusra Front members and rebel fighters have fought side by side against forces loyal to Assad.
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