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Displacement has same bitterness, never changed

Tsunami | 2018-07-26 11:14:00
Displacement has same bitterness, never changed
(Zaman Al Wasl)- Displacement is still a tough, unchecked mesery, whether it is against the people of Daraa and Eastern Ghouta suburbs, one of Syria’s main Sunni strongholds, or against the only two Shiite villages of al-Foua and Kefraya in Idlib province.

Being bussed out of their  land to regime-held areas was such an image that Bashar al-Assad seeks to say that Syrian revolution was behind the evacuation and it is not the outcome of his brutal war in the last seven years.

Even if the blockade was imposed by hardline rebels, even if there is a pretext saying they were a pro-regime stronghold supplies Assad forces with militants.

To be rational, most of the pro-regime evacuees were not 'murderers' or have been involved in bloodshed. 

I am aware that I will be subjected to plenty of  blame regarding my statement "No to Forced Displacement in al-Foua and Kefraya ,” but the very coming events will assure that the evacuation will be invested by the regime in a dirty way.

Every Syrian must understand that the revolution is not against him. We are not against his beliefs, his values​. We are against tyranny, injustice and torturing people to death.

We are against the tyranny of Assad who claims that he is ‘the Ambassador of Allah’.


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