By Jennie Matthew
4th November 2012
Syria’s second city of Aleppo is a melting pot for the country’s ethnic, religious and sectarian communities that for decades have lived largely in peace.
The rebels say they represent all Syrians, but there is little sign of Christian, Shiite or Alawite fighters in Aleppo.
“No I don’t think they (minorities) will be happy (with an Islamic government), but that’s what’ll happen. We won’t hurt them.”
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