A graphic video that was posted on YouTube Friday is showing more than 100 Syrian rebels shot and killed execution style in a waterway south of Aleppo in Syria.
The men who were in their 20s the 30s were shot in the head from close range with their hands bound on Tuesday. Also included in the massacre are reportedly women, children and the elderly who were targeted due to their collaboration with Syrian rebels.
Al Jazeera quoted Capt. Abu Sada saying that all of them had been "executed by the regime." However the Syrian government is blaming what they say are "terrorist gangs" for the killings.
A statement was also issued on Thursday saying the Syrian opposition coalition blamed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government regime for the massacre.
"These repeated massacres carried out by the regime's death squads show a criminal methodology clearly aimed at sowing terror and hatred between Syrians," the statement said.
On Thursday Secretary of State John Kerry announced his plans to provide $60 million in aid to Syrian rebels that will be given directly to the Syrian opposition coalition.
The weapons will help rebel fighters who under siege by the Syrian regime who are seeking to overthrow al-Assad's government for what they want which is a more democratic society.
This is the latest incident in the civil war atrocity that the United Nations reported on February 13, 2013 has killed at least 70,000 people in Syria since the the uprising began on March 15, 2011 after the wider protest movement known as the Arab Spring.
Video - Graphic footage showing more than 100 Syrian rebels shot and killed execution style. Warning: Footage is extremely graphic and not mean't for anyone who would consider this footage to be too graphic.