He's featured in many of the videos that have come from the Daraa region, including the well known video showing FSA fighters being taught how to use Croatian weapons
Graphic video was published show Nasser injured this week, and it's now been reported he has died from his injures
Media activist Abudl Naser al-Sahnbouri, aka Abu Jamal, was one of the uprising’s most prominent activists. He used to risk his life covering events on the front lines of the battles fought between the FSA and the criminal Assad’s troops in various parts of our beloved Daraa. He was injured many times before he died, whether because of violent bombardment or snipers’ fire; the last time before his death he was hit with a sniper bullet in his shoulder when he was in the town of Kafr Shams, covering the battle of “Izzaa”. Abu Jamal filmed many videos and toured various parts of Daraa. He was born in 1989 (the comments under the post say 1984), married with three kids. Prior to the uprising, he used to live in Damascus, but moved to Daraa with the start of the revolution in order to cover it and document the atrocities committed against the civilians and to convey the truth. Abu Jamal studied Sharia besides being an imam and an orator. A few days ago, the Islamist and FSA battalions announced the launching of an offensive dubbed “Uniting the Ranks” which was aimed at capturing the military checkpoints and barracks in the west of the province, and to be followed by capturing Daraa city. Today, Abu Jamal was covering the fierce battles in the town of Tafas when he was injured by shrapnel in his belly. While he was being given first aid he asked those around him to take care of his wife and kids. Due to lack of medical staff in the field hospital he was later moved to Jordan where he died. His liver was severely injured. He died in Al-Jazeera hospital in Jordan.Update October 5th EA Worldview has more information on him here.
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