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Sat Dec 24, 2011, 05:01 PM

During a call on Al Jazzera Live with Nizar Mahrous (about Syria)

During a call on Al Jazzera Live with Nizar Mahrous., who is by the way one of the human beings still alive in Jabal Al Zawiyah, the anchor man asked him eagerly about the situations in Jabal Al Zawiyah. After a moment of silence, Nizar answered but after it seemed that he swallowed his to tears...” what can I tell you about the humanitarian situation in Jabal Al Zawiyah?” He said:“ God is our hope “ then he started to yell with an agonizing tone…

“I swear to you my brother, people’s bodies are dumped on the streets … I swear to you they killed the Sheikh and decapitated him… by God, people’s bodies are deformed and mutilated beyond recognition… .. He was swearing so that maybe, maybe someone, for a change, would believe and save him.. he pulled himself back together for a moment and continued to speak: We cannot bury the dead people! We are sending over our neighborhood villages to come and receive the bodies from here (Jabal Al Zawiyah)..We have hundreds of bodies and we could only bury twenty! We no longer see a complete dead body for God’s sake!, we see them in pieces.. a foot here, a leg there and head in between”… Nizar was silent for a moment; he wasn’t able to continue the conversation with a trembling voice mixed with feelings of despair and melancholy… the anchor man asked him: What do you want to say..Nizar…Nizar…??”
Nizar answered: We lost that precious thing that keeps us moving forward.. We lost our hope.. We lost everything but our faith in God… Hope is so far-fetched, too expensive… Nizar started crying, shedding tears of despair which called for salvation.. The channel hung up the call taking into consideration the viewers’ feelings… The anchor man explained that Nizar survived a tragedy when he witnessed six of his family members being killed at once.

Nizar you have God by your side… Can the people around the world, including the international organizations feel at least a quarter of your pain in your shivering voice?.. You have on one but God on your side Nizar
http://www.facebook.com/hamza.alshaheeed/posts/300358366676069


Council of United Syrian Americans
It was not hyperbole to label aSSad a mafia style criminal for his use of thugs, it was not hyperbole to label him a war criminal for his use of helicopters and tanks against peaceful protesters, it was not hyperbole to label aSSad a serial killer for his dismemberment of a child's penis to torture, NOW we must label aSSad a terrorist for setting off car bombs. BUT IT IS ALSO NOT HYPERBOLE TO LABEL aSSad's apologists and supporters as accomplices to his crimes.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Council-of-United-Syrian-Americans/144699575626894

Beyond barbaric - I hope Assad goes. He learned well from Iran. He is supported by less than 1% of the population.

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Reply During a call on Al Jazzera Live with Nizar Mahrous (about Syria) (Original post)
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pinboy3niner Dec 2011 #3
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Response to tabatha (Original post)

Sat Dec 24, 2011, 05:06 PM

1. The Assad bombs were a hoax. (from AJE)

The Saudis and other Gulf states Are upset and angry about the bombings no one believes Assad.

No suicided killer found
This whole thing was badly staged by the Muhkabarat
Lousy amateurs

These bomb attacks are FAKE amateur like Al Qaida
Spokespersons of Al Qaida deny any involvement
I believe them the real Al Qaida signature is missing


BTW where are the body's of the so called suicide bombers
This whole thing was set up for the AL people
But so badly done only a fool would fall for it.

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Response to tabatha (Reply #1)

Sat Dec 24, 2011, 05:14 PM

2. AJELive: AFP retracts report that Muslim Brotherhood claimed Damascus bombs

https://twitter.com/#!/AJELive/status/150546535883603970

It was a total PSYOPS. The key here is that it didn't work in the other country where they tried PSYOPS and since that other country is doing very well and everyone who bashed it were completely and utterly wrong in every conceivable way, Syria is going ignored.

Those bombings were set up to try to discredit the protesters.

In other news Selah is heading to the US for exile and leaving Yemen for good.

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Sat Dec 24, 2011, 05:22 PM

3. Inside Syria's Death Zone: Assad's Regime Hunts People in Homs

Source: Der Spiegel



12/23/2011


The regime in Damascus is using snipers to hunt down its own people. Rebels on the ground in besieged Homs, the site of some of the most extreme brutality, say the international community is hesitating to help Syrians out of fear that it will trigger a civil war. But the threat is merely propaganda from ruler Bashar Assad, they claim.


When the haze dissipates in the late afternoon light, and when the last unfortunate souls hurry across the open space, running in a zigzag pattern, hunting season begins on Cairo Street. There is random shooting all day long at this spot, but from this moment on the shooting becomes targeted. A few people make it to the other side on this day, but one does not. He screams and falls to the ground as he is hit. He was carrying a loaf of bread, something that was no longer available on his side of Cairo Street.


Pedestrians are rarely targeted in the morning. But beginning in the afternoon and continuing throughout the night, the wide, straight street that separates the Khalidiya and Bayada neighborhoods becomes a death zone. That's when they -- the snipers working for Syrian intelligence, who are nothing more than death squads, and the Shabiha killers, known as "the ghosts," mercenaries who are paid daily wages and often earn a little extra income by robbing their victims -- shoot at anything that moves.


The map of Homs is a topography of terror these days. Entire sections of Syria's third-largest city are besieged. Hundreds of thousands have become the hostages of a regime whose president, Bashar Assad, insisted with a chuckle in an interview with America's ABC News, that only a madman would order his forces to shoot at his own people.


What began nine months ago as a peaceful protest against the dictatorship of the Assad dynasty has since become a campaign against the people by the regime -- a regime that, for 41 years, was accustomed to using brutality to enforce submission. Since it realized that this brutality was no longer sufficient, it decided to use even more -- and then even more when the resistance continued to grow. There are no negotiations. In the heavily guarded downtown section of Homs, where the regime feigns an eerie mood of normality for foreign visitors, it has put up signs that read: "The continuation of dialogue guarantees stability."

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http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,805519,00.html




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Response to pinboy3niner (Reply #3)

Sat Dec 24, 2011, 05:28 PM

4. Uh oh.

What are you doing here?

Good to see you're watching Syria, too. Sad times.

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