A Syrian rebel appears on a video eating the heart and liver of a felled government soldier. Questioned by outraged observers of the video, the rebel – whose identity is not masked – defended his snack as revenge for atrocities committed by Assad's vicious regime. This raises a whole new question regarding the form that should be taken by international aid requested against the oppressive government regime.
The religious overtones of Middle Eastern conflict can't be escaped, even in a civil war as obviously about freedom from government oppression as the conflict in Syria has been. On the video, off-camera supporters are heard shouting "Allahu Akbar!" I didn't think that meal was Kosher in Islam. Anybody have authority to offer on the matter?