"They are sounding a different tone, distinguishing between terrorism and national struggle, between religious ideology and practical politics, and are even ready to split historical organizations against the background of differences in practical outlooks." Saying one thing in English and another in Arabic isn't new, it's the oldest thing under the sun (just ask Arafat). Why does Ha'aretz insist on blaming everything on Israel? Khalil, your "threats" would be laughable if they weren't so pathetic.
47 killed in clashes between ISIS, Syrian rebels near Turkey border, monitor says (Reuters)
from the article: Ah, where are those Arabs?