1650 GMT: I've just finished a long conversation with ITV's Bill Neely, where we compared notes between his observations and BBC's Lyse Doucet's own reports.
Neely says that both reports seem similar. However, Neely has clarified many aspects of his report which I will summarize below:
Hasiyweh (here on the map) is a village primarily made of Sunnis. According to Neely, the river divides the village, half of which the rebels control and the other half of which the military controls. The rebels use the orchards and nearby homes to attack the Intelligence Headquarters to the east:
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He says that the village has become host of refugees who have fled other parts of Homs, and it is a mix of people, including rebels.
Neely says that he talked to people away from the soldiers, and they made a compelling case. They said Jabhat al Nusra did this.