Free Syrian Army battalion commander Colonel Jamil Radoun (left) presides over the regional revolutionary court. The seven-month-old court is one sign of how Syrian rebels pressing their authority in parts of the country that they control.
Free Syrian Army battalion commander Colonel Jamil Radoun (left) presides over the regional revolutionary court. The seven-month-old court is one sign of how Syrian rebels pressing their authority in parts of the country that they control. MCT
Free Syrian Army battalion commander Colonel Jamil Radoun (left) presides over the regional revolutionary court. The seven-month-old court is one sign of how Syrian rebels pressing their authority in parts of the country that they control. MCT

In rebel-held Syria, revolutionary courts decide matters of life, death

June 18, 2012 12:00 AM

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