World Bulletin / News Desk
Syrian opponents have circulated on Tuesday a footage of a man whom they claim is the captured pilot of a MİG fighter aircraft that went down in the east of the country on Monday.
Free Syrian Army had claimed that it had shot a military fighter down in Deir ez-Zor, near the Iraqi border.
On the other hand, Syrian state media had said that the fighter crashed because of technical problems.
"I lift off to shell Mou Hassan," says the pilot in the video.
The pilot says that soldiers of the regime army should leave the army.
He also says that opponents had been looking after him well.
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