Residents forced to run away from areas of Syria overrun by anti-government forces including the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and Al-Qaida-affiliated Jubhat al-Nusra spoke to RT Arabic correspondent Sherin Ali about why they were forced to flee their homes during an interview with RT Arabic in Homs, Monday. Abu Ibrahim, a resident who was forced to flee wth his family from Tel Bis, told RT Arabic how the Imam at his local mosque was encourging protesters to "block roads, burn tires and engage in mass disorder so that this country would come to an end," adding that "according to him, it was necessary to replace this state." "Some called themselves Jabhat an-Nusra, others said they were Daesh [ISIS]," Abu Ibrahim continued adding "they created Sharia courts, they were practicing lynch law, they were handing out orders and destroyed identity cards so that people could not return to their jobs." Another resident forced to flee his home in al-Rastan, a small city in the Homs district of Syria, told RT Arabic "It’s all very sad. People, our relatives, had to run and flee their homes. This is horrible."
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