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Graves desecration is pure revenge policy by Assad Intelligence

Tsunami | 2020-02-10 14:01:03
Graves desecration is pure revenge policy by Assad Intelligence
(Zaman Al Wasl)- Latest leaked videos showing Bashar al-Assad's soldiers taunting the bones of the dead, digging up graves, and violating the sanctity of mosques, after gaining control over several villages in the southern and eastern Idlib countryside. The videos raised a number of questions about the purpose of leaking them.

Occasionally, the regime leaks videos of its forces, showing their bloodshed and brutality, in an attempt to convey a clear message: that through these monsters who would burn the earth for him, he has the Syrians under his thumb.

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The heinous acts that the Syrians watched over the past two days, made the majority of them, both loyalists and opposition, question the extent of brutality that the regime has ingrained in its soldiers, who, thinking it some sort of twisted heroism, killed about a million Syrians and caused the displacement of 12 million.

The Syrians do not know how they could continue to live with such monsters, in a land where even the dead cannot escape their savagery. How are the living going to survive the detentions, the torture, and the horrific scenes they bear witness to just because they have insulted the "divine ego" of Bashar al-Assad?

In one of the videos, Samer Halloum, known as “The Bald”, chanted from the pulpit of the violated mosque for al-Assad as if he were a god, showing the extent of the blind faith these soldiers have in their “master”, even at the expense of their brothers, neighbors and humanity.
 
What Syria has reached today is because of the army, who surrounded cities, stormed towns and demolished homes with no mercy or remorse, just so Bashar remains in office.

Zaman Al Wasl
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