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Hostage psevdorevolyutsii. The fate of the abducted in Syria

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Hostage psevdorevolyutsii. The fate of the abducted in Syria



In early November, the 50-year-old deputy of the Syrian People’s Council, Mejham Ibrahim Al-Saho, visited his constituency in Deir ez-Zor on a working trip. When he returned to the capital, he was kidnapped by terrorists between Deir ez-Zor and the famous city of Palmyra. After spending several days in captivity, the politician was brutally murdered by militants. 10 November was found his body.

In a statement about the brutal reprisals against a colleague, Syrian parliamentarians said: "Criminal gangs have added another murder to their list of atrocities against those sons of Syria who reject extremist ideas alien to the country."

From the very beginning of the Syrian confrontation, gangsters abducted and killed not only military personnel and security forces, but also civilians - specialists, teachers, doctors, politicians, engineers, representatives of the creative intelligentsia, athletes. Everything - from workers to deputies - become their targets. All those who did not betray the country. In this case, the militants killed the prisoner. This is a serious war crime. But the so-called “International Criminal Court” is silent. As with the attacks by “oppositionists” on schools, hospitals, houses, embassies (this fate did not escape the Vatican’s embassy - in such a strange way the bandits revenged the pontiff for his calls for peace).

Currently, another member of parliament, Mahann Faisal Al-Fayad, is held captive by Islamist terrorist groups associated with Al-Qaida. His life is also in danger. As well as the lives of thousands of ordinary Syrians, who are used by terrorists as human shields or kept in torture chambers. Improvised prisons and torture chambers are former schools, libraries, and even mosques, as well as basements of ordinary houses. I personally had to see in Homs in the Bab-Amr quarter such a library where prisoners were kept. There were traces of gore on the floor. Books were lying randomly. Maybe one of the prisoners killed there, in the last hours of his life, read the pages of these books in weak daylight that penetrated a powerful grid that had never been in the library window before the war ...

Syrian television told history one abducted Syrian. A resident of the province of Aleppo, Muhammad Merai, was captured right outside his home. The militants tried to recruit him into their ranks, but he refused. 2 of the month he spent in captivity, where he was constantly beaten and humiliated. Then he was transferred to another gang, where he spent 15 days. Then one day the gangsters promised to release him if he got into a car with food and arrived at the army checkpoint. The followers, two Islamists, drove to a certain point with him, but then he was ordered to stop the car and got out. He guessed that the car was mined. I tried to get out, but it turned out that the doors could not be opened. Miraculously managed to get out the window and run away. The car exploded. The surviving hostage managed to get to the military and told about everything that happened to him. On the air, he raised his shirt - there were signs of torture on his body.

This is just one story, the fate of only one person. And how many failed to escape from captivity! They were then found in graves after the liberation of the territories. And how many more to find!

In October, one of the groups seized six employees of the International Committee of the Red Cross, as well as a volunteer from the Syrian Red Crescent Society. These people performed their civic duty, providing medical assistance to the needy and carrying humanitarian aid. Fortunately, four of this group have already managed to break free. Three are still held by criminals.

Until now, two Christian priests, Bulos Yazidzhi and John Ibrahim, are held captive by Islamist extremists. They were abducted by 22 on April 2013 of the year in the province of Aleppo, where they were carrying out a humanitarian mission, and there is still no information about their fate. During the abduction, the deacon who drove their car was killed. Several times the militants started rumors that they had already been killed, but then they denied it. Despite the fact that both the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Pope, and representatives of other world religions have called for the release of the clergy, that numerous demonstrations took place in Europe and even in Jordan, but the direct patrons of the terrorists are in no hurry to put pressure on their bloody " pets "to force them to release two elderly people held captive for more than six months.

Militants do not even spare those who go to Syria, either explicitly or implicitly supporting pseudo-revolution. The Italian journalist Dominico Chirico and the Belgian writer Pierre Pichinin, who had been held captive by the bandits, managed to escape by a miracle. They sympathized precisely with the rebels, but this did not save them from the difficult ordeals.

Polish photographer Marcin Suder was captured by militants in the province of Idleb in the city of Serakib. He also sympathized with the "democracy", also stayed in the hands of "freedom fighters" for several months, but was able to run and return to his homeland.

They all remember these days as a nightmare. Everyone was being bullied. Now in their words it is difficult to find sympathy for the Syrian "revolution" - they have experienced it for themselves.

Back at the start of 2013, French photographer Edouard Elias distributed photos about the daily life of terrorists on the Getty Images website. But he, of course, called them not terrorists, but “rebels”. Here is one of his "heroes" launches a rocket. Another - makes an improvised explosive device.

Probably, Elias did not worry for a long time about where the rocket would fly and who the hellish machine would kill. But in the summer he, along with his colleague Didier Francois, was taken hostage. So far, they only know that they are alive ...

Unfortunately, the citizens of Russia also become victims of abductions of terrorists.

The famous traveler from Tomsk Konstantin Zhuravlev, a man completely apolitical and gentle, was planning a long trip to the Middle East, which he planned to complete with meditation in Egypt. But in Syria, in the province of Aleppo, he was captured by an Islamist group called the At-Tawhid Brigade. Militants accuse him of so-called “espionage” and threaten to execute him, despite hundreds of letters in his defense, who come to the site of the group from people who knew the traveler personally. The last time the information about him was 19 of October, when his picture appeared on the network - he was holding a sign with this date.

Unfortunately, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Russian Embassy in Damascus, instead of due efforts to release a citizen of Russia, accused him of “irresponsibility”.
Normal life is when a person can travel in the desert. When he has freedom of movement. When he sees people are not enemies, but brothers. But the terrorist war unleashed against Syria is not normal. Militants abducting innocent people is not normal. Islamists, ready to grab and kill anyone - this is not normal.

Another Russian in the hands of terrorists is engineer Sergei Gorbunkov. The militants who grabbed him from the so-called “Free Syrian Army” recorded a video with his participation. He was forced to ask to exchange himself for some Khaled Suleiman, a Saudi mercenary seized by the legitimate Syrian army. Thus, terrorists openly admit that foreign mercenaries are fighting on their side, including those who arrived in their ranks from Saudi Arabia. Such a “Syrian revolution” is, firstly, not a revolution, but gangster lawlessness, and secondly, it is not at all Syrian!
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  1. makarov
    makarov 16 November 2013 07: 56
    +6
    The material confirms the old proverb:
    For whom is the WAR - and to whom and "mother is dear".
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 16 November 2013 08: 11
    +9



    still - and to whom is Allahu Akbar in the back of the head
    1. Paramon1979
      Paramon1979 17 November 2013 13: 12
      +3
      Oh my god what animals.
    2. Rusich51
      Rusich51 17 November 2013 18: 02
      +5
      The same Lech.
      There is a destruction of sane subhuman. The only way out with the whole world is to wet these non-humans. Ignoring their patrons from the west and from Saudi Arabia.
      1. Sandov
        Sandov 18 November 2013 12: 04
        0
        Here are the Americans who have rat pupils. I hope the boomerang returns to them.
    3. T-73
      T-73 18 November 2013 16: 49
      0
      Why posted? Trafficking like Rusich? Not worth it. We already know that these are animals
  3. kripto
    kripto 16 November 2013 08: 39
    +5
    It's strange that the Russian people are in the hands of some rabble, and our state is not taking any action. Or there are no Marines on the ships of the Mediterranean Squadron, in extreme cases, fire a couple of missiles for warning. Something our "Western partners" do not stand on ceremony in such cases.
    1. atalef
      atalef 16 November 2013 09: 07
      24
      The famous traveler from Tomsk Konstantin Zhuravlev, a man completely apolitical and gentle, was planning a long trip to the Middle East, which he planned to complete with meditation in Egypt. But in Syria, in the province of Aleppo, he was captured by an Islamist group called the At-Tawhid Brigade. Militants accuse him of so-called “espionage” and threaten to execute him, despite hundreds of letters in his defense, who come to the site of the group from people who knew the traveler personally. The last time the information about him was 19 of October, when his picture appeared on the network - he was holding a sign with this date.

      And my question is, what the hell was this traveler doing in Syria? Or is it a surprise for him that there is war? where does personal responsibility begin and the state war’s guarantee for your safety ends ?? I’ve climbed up myself, disentangle that now a soldier will drive around Syria to rescue another id ....
      I think a year or two more will meditate in the pit, others will include their head where to go
      1. SSR
        SSR 16 November 2013 11: 49
        +6
        Asked exactly the same question - did you get on a fig?
        Then he talked with people, they say - that he simply perceives the world different and absolutely apolitical well and in the same spirit.
        If people discuss business, girls and politics, this one discusses sunrises in deserts, mountains, forests. Something like that.
        1. alone
          alone 16 November 2013 12: 45
          +8
          Quote: SSR
          Then he talked with people, they say - that he simply perceives the world different and absolutely apolitical well and in the same spirit.


          unfortunately when he gets into the back of the head he will understand the world as it is. only it will be too late. normal and adequate will never climb into the region where there is a civil war. Civil war is the most cruel form of war, and there are never any military laws. they want everyone.
        2. alicante11
          alicante11 17 November 2013 15: 59
          +1
          Then he talked with people, they say - that he simply perceives the world different and absolutely apolitical well and in the same spirit.
          If people discuss business, girls and politics, this one discusses sunrises in deserts, mountains, forests. Something like that.


          Sorry, but still this is not an apolitical person, but a natural coffer. Already I think even children know what terrorism is and where it flourishes.
      2. Day 11
        Day 11 16 November 2013 14: 50
        +2
        Okay, this blessed one, but those who flooded there? The dough is easy to cut down? Well at least they got off easily. For those who do not know, this is the Slavic Corps PMC in Syria
        1. Day 11
          Day 11 16 November 2013 14: 57
          +3
          And how it all began beautifully ...
          1. smile
            smile 16 November 2013 16: 18
            +2
            Day 11
            Hi Dan!
            I don’t know anything about them. Can I briefly? Who! How did it end?
            Besides. I can tell you. which is unlike barranes. trying to show off in a hot spot - these knew what they were doing. A mercenary is a state of mind. There are people who have gone astray in the war, who only feel that their lives are complete if their bullets hiss nearby .... such women drink too much or go to crime, their families almost always fall apart ... That's something like that ...
            1. Day 11
              Day 11 16 November 2013 16: 24
              +1
              Great Volodya. Some kind of muddy story. In short, read http://www.fontanka.ru/2013/11/14/060/
              1. smile
                smile 16 November 2013 17: 35
                0
                Day 11
                While we are here rassusolit with you - there the guys have already posted an article. Sometimes I am amazed at the speed. :)))
                And the story is really muddy .... to the limit.
        2. Same lech
          Same lech 16 November 2013 16: 00
          +2
          Money - money - rubbish - that's the incentive for such an adventure as these guys easily framed.
        3. Sandov
          Sandov 18 November 2013 12: 06
          0
          Quote: Den 11
          Okay, this blessed one, but those who flooded there? The dough is easy to cut down? Well at least they got off easily. For those who do not know, this is the Slavic Corps PMC in Syria

          Some kind of dregs, that all this smacks of provocation.
      3. smile
        smile 16 November 2013 16: 07
        +6
        atalef
        Absolutely right! Due to dementia, arrogance, the desire to show off, show off or earn such idiots, the state must conduct military operations over several thousand kilometers. substitute dozens of people (at least) under the bullets, risk the implemented agents and spend tens of millions of dollars? And do not rebuke me. that human life is priceless, priceless life of those who go under the bullets pulling out such ... I won’t tell anyone.

        In this regard, I liked the phrase of one of our military pilots. Everyone remembers how Konyukhov, for some reason that was clear to him, tried to force the Bering Strait on foot with his pawn (the Chukchi go to each other for a weekend, but this m .... decided to make a feat).
        So, he is there either twice. or was lost three times and gave a signal for help. Military aviation together with rescuers stood on their ears twice or thrice for at least a week each time. In terrible weather conditions, on a low-level flight, with an inhuman exertion of forces, literally risking my life ..... and then this m ... with tenacity. worthy of better use again climbed back ... what? He makes money from this. and then. that tens of millions of dollars have been spent on it, so a rich state will not fall apart ......
        So, when he was found for the last time and the journalist caught the crew, exhausted by the hours-long flight, one of the pilots asked the journalist a question. how are you, said, next time we will fly to save him with bombs ....

        So it is here. Of course, it is necessary to save, but .... I would have torn them out later.
      4. T-73
        T-73 16 November 2013 17: 30
        +4
        Really: what the fuck? Think you are a man of the world? I'm afraid of offending someone, but I have no brains, the cuckoo was carried away by something from free travel. And this is not a civil war, as Lonely said, this is an intervention and a war of extermination. This is tougher. Civil war has all the same limit of human hatred, here - no. This "absolutely non-spiteful and apolitical man" put the entire eastern direction of the Foreign Ministry in cancer. Did you want to meditate in Egypt? Why didn't you go to Altai? Another would be to beat a tambourine, to enhance the effect, and so prepare your own. I hope at least the world will start to perceive adequately, if you're lucky. And this post is not from schadenfreude or my mean nature. Where were his friends who are now moaning? What's not stopped? The blessed ones were saints only in Russia ...
      5. Woolfy
        Woolfy 17 November 2013 10: 22
        -2
        You bitch in his place
      6. Woolfy
        Woolfy 17 November 2013 10: 26
        0
        You pedal horse in its place for the words: correct: In general, there is no mind to write such a thing. Of course, he didn’t understand what he was thinking, but you’re sick a hundred times worse
    2. Doctorleg
      Doctorleg 16 November 2013 14: 01
      +2
      Quote: kripto
      It's strange that the Russian people are in the hands of some rabble, and our state is not taking any action. Or there are no Marines on the ships of the Mediterranean Squadron, in extreme cases, fire a couple of missiles for warning. Something our "Western partners" do not stand on ceremony in such cases.

      Where to shoot something? It was not the state that captured them, but the gang.
    3. German
      German 17 November 2013 13: 05
      +2
      The fact of the matter is that in Russia they first think and then do it! Moreover, with their heads and not with what they are now used to thinking in "Europe"! That is why they do not stand on ceremony there! (although sometimes you should not stand on ceremony)
  4. vjatsergey
    vjatsergey 16 November 2013 08: 44
    +8
    Yes, something and our human rights defenders cannot be heard, so that they raise a cry for our citizen, however, I do not justify him for having trampled through a country in which there is a war.
    1. sergaivenski
      sergaivenski 16 November 2013 14: 17
      +2
      I would like to ask those who started this massacre in the multiconfessional Syria: what are you seeking ??? A lot of blood has been spilled, the world cannot solve the problem, alas, it will not work !!!
    2. T-73
      T-73 16 November 2013 17: 55
      +1
      Yes, what are you? After all, we are talking about our citizen, not Kasparov, for example, because they put him in Zindan. Otherwise, they would have already voted. These (everyone bans) only for their own and for money harness
    3. Paramon1979
      Paramon1979 17 November 2013 14: 10
      +2
      That's right, Sergey Pavlovich, you say, you shouldn’t go to a country where the war is going on. I saw this tourist in the news - he was either blessed, or went for a self-PR. I thought of it. My wife at work decided to arrange corporations in Egypt and you can’t not go. I tell her they understand what they are doing, in the same place a civil war is actually going on. He says you can’t go. Here people either test the strength of themselves and others or do not understand that if they KILL you, then it is FOREVER.
  5. kaktus
    kaktus 16 November 2013 08: 50
    11
    Why not call everything by their proper names? Not "militants", but bandits, did not "execute" the prisoners, but killed. Political Correctness? angry am
  6. bubla5
    bubla5 16 November 2013 09: 10
    -8
    And poher to our authorities, they would have surrendered Syria a long time ago, but they would lose their loot when pumping gas through this country, and our prisoners will husk
    1. smile
      smile 16 November 2013 16: 23
      +5
      bubla5
      Baba Lera? Is that you? Something rarely Novodvorskaya began to go to the site. Really, I think, I bought brains in a store? Settled down. But no! A vile little voice is heard! :))) And in the head, as before, a rolling ball. :)))) Congratulations. :)))
    2. T-73
      T-73 16 November 2013 17: 49
      +7
      what nonsense? What interstellar Russia (RUSSIA!) Has the loot from Syria? Even the authorities. How much do we pump through Syria? The numbers are in the studio! And the crown is "our prisoners". What are the prisoners? Are we at war? It is not necessary to call bandit seizures and the forcible deprivation of freedom of people in supposedly military terms. However, if Smile is right, then there are no questions. For love, I hope this t_v_ar does not die a natural death
  7. George
    George 16 November 2013 10: 14
    +5
    They all remember these days as a nightmare. Everyone was being bullied. Now in their words it is difficult to find sympathy for the Syrian "revolution" - they have experienced it for themselves.

    What is it? They gorge themselves on "democracy" as you can see. Or have the pampered European bodies and minds not yet adapted to the Wahhabist vision of freedom?
    Thank you Elena. Take care of yourself.
  8. GEO
    GEO 16 November 2013 10: 39
    +6
    All who support these creatures, even worse creatures
  9. dart_noos
    dart_noos 16 November 2013 11: 58
    +4
    "Now in their words it is difficult to find sympathy for the Syrian" revolution "- they have experienced it themselves." All sympathizers must be passed through this ...
    1. German
      German 17 November 2013 13: 10
      +1
      ..desirable in a well-known position ... and without Vaseline! am
  10. Igoranpapa
    Igoranpapa 16 November 2013 12: 14
    +2
    Nashumu the tsar of us fuck ..... He won the heart for work back.
    1. Yarik
      Yarik 18 November 2013 06: 58
      0
      As usual, they say, they say, laughing political decision. Not our mind, in short
  11. FormerMariman
    FormerMariman 16 November 2013 12: 17
    +6
    Gromova is one of the most brave media representatives in the world! Long life to her!
  12. Altona
    Altona 16 November 2013 12: 29
    12
    Modern Islam in the Saudi-Qatari interpretation is equal to religious fascism ... In the same way it is pumped up with oil money, in the same way it recruits reckless and headless, it also practices the absence of any morality and responsibility, just as it is praised by the Western media ...
  13. EdwardTich68
    EdwardTich68 16 November 2013 14: 20
    -11 qualifying.
    I read, I smile.
    1. smile
      smile 16 November 2013 16: 28
      +6
      EdwardTich68
      Are you a necrophile? What is so funny about taking people hostage, torturing and cutting their throats?
    2. Current 72
      Current 72 16 November 2013 21: 52
      +3
      And you, (.......), read as you want, as I called you in brackets, remember the saying: DON'T LAUGH TO A SLAVE, BECAUSE YOU WILL BE !!!
  14. Doctorleg
    Doctorleg 16 November 2013 14: 27
    -8
    Civil war is horror. But Assad is not an angel. And the wine is big on it. If it is impossible to change something in the country in a peaceful way (government, politics), and the peaceful opposition is suppressed, then those who are ready to fight will become more active. And among them, of course, there are a lot of scum. It is surprising that they shoot their crimes on video, and then upload them to the network. What for?
    1. alone
      alone 16 November 2013 16: 59
      +1
      Quote: DoctorOleg
      It is surprising that they shoot their crimes on video, and then upload them to the network. What for?


      not surprising. facts are needed to show those who sponsor these jihadist groups.
      As for Asad’s guilt, I’ll say something like this. Assad is guilty of losing control of his security forces. As always, they decided to suppress the demonstrations with weapons volleys. Assad failed to find out the whole spectrum of danger. Recently showed a video with tunnels in the city. It turned out that the whole city is shrouded in underground tunnels several tens of kilometers long. Agree that you can’t fight and dig tunnels at the same time. This was prepared in advance. But it was not the Saudi militants who dug, or the Libyans. The Syrians dug themselves. And this already indicates that the unity of the Syrian people was a bluff. And it is not clear where the law enforcement agencies looked if tunnels were digging in the city. the fact of obvious betrayal.
      1. Current 72
        Current 72 16 November 2013 22: 03
        +4
        So maybe Milosevic, Kaddafi, Hsein, Mubarak and others are to blame for the fact that they have a different state structure ??? What the hell the United States, the European Union and the Saudis, climb to them with their charter ??? Aren't you tired of their democracy with us ???
        1. Doctorleg
          Doctorleg 17 November 2013 08: 49
          -5
          Quote: Current 72
          So maybe Milosevic, Kaddafi, Hsein, Mubarak and others are to blame for the fact that they have a different state structure ??? What the hell the United States, the European Union and the Saudis, climb to them with their charter ??? Aren't you tired of their democracy with us ???

          I don’t know about Milosevic, but Gaddafi and Hussein seized power, Mubarak, as he introduced martial law in the country, did not remove it for 30 years. What does the opinion of the people have to do with it? Democracy is not "theirs", but ours. Do you like it more as before - to vote unanimously for "an indestructible bloc of party and non-party people"? Democracy, i.e. the power of the people in direct translation and the mess that is going on with us are different things. Yes, and democracy in our country is somewhat conditional - I judge and imprison whom I want, and I enrich who I do not want. I must deal with my country, and not nod at the United States and the European Union.
          1. alicante11
            alicante11 17 November 2013 16: 23
            +3
            Doctorleg

            Kindergarten, nursery.

            Paraphrasing a Soviet joke.
            The Serpent Gorynych flies and yells "Democracy, Human Rights, Freedom of Speech".
            Baba Yaga looks out of the bushes: "Again, Herod, he got drunk on American stealth."
  15. Keeper
    Keeper 16 November 2013 18: 25
    +5
    Quote: DoctorOleg
    It is surprising that they shoot their crimes on video, and then upload them to the network. What for?

    Some form of socialization in world society. Like "look what I'm doing, and I kind of don't care about your opinion" ... But the number of views of them is still IBED ...
  16. crasever
    crasever 16 November 2013 19: 44
    +3
    Another of the many "feats" of great friends of the USA and the EU, and in reality - terrorist creatures from the full-time states of Arabia or Qatar - a girl no more than 5 years old was tied with a wire to a fence after the execution of her parents on religious grounds (refer to ANNA NEWS) ...
  17. EdwardTich68
    EdwardTich68 17 November 2013 00: 15
    +3
    The fate of the prisoner is such that it is better to be eaten by stray dogs than to be captured.
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