And they showed me around their base and showed me that they were trained to be a different and more sophisticated and more disciplined and more organized rebel army than all the other groups that we’ve seen in the past which have been quite widely divided in some quarters for being disorganized and undisciplined. And this group has we know received quite a large number of these anti tank missiles. And they have been using them with quite good effect against government positions in recent weeks..
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At least half a dozen relatives look on anxiously.The child’s name is Mutada Kadhim. He was playing in the yard when suddenly he fell down with a cut on his cheek, family members say.Initially doctors are not unduly concerned, but the X ray shows an AK47 round lodged behind Mutada’s cheek.Doctor Muhammad orders that the baby be transferred to the neurological unit at Bab al Sharji hospital. He writes a note explaining the situation for his colleagues there which the family take with them; there are no telephones at Yarmouk to call ahead.When the family has taken the child away, doctors confide that this is a very serious case and they do not give Mutada a high chance of survival.Doctors explain that this is usually the busiest time between evening prayers and curfew at midnight.