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Syria's first beheading made by Assad not ISIS: Terror Tale

Tsunami | 2014-12-22 00:00:00
Syria's first beheading made by Assad not ISIS: Terror Tale
   Homs 2012

By Editor In-Chief Fathi Ibrahim Bayoud; Translation by Yusra Ahmed

(Zaman Al Wasl)- In 2012, when the Syrian regime bombed Baba Amr, the whole world watched silently. Then when the regime slaughtered Holeh’s children, also the world kept watching, and kept the same about all Assad’s crimes against Syrians.

In that environment, the Islamic State started growing slowly, deep inside the Syrian community, where the feeling of pain and unfairness turned into hatred and desire to revenge, then into desperation and hate to the entire world. All that led to create merciless men, extremist in their religion and beliefs to revenge from the world that did nothing to their pain and suffering, apart from keeping watching.

When the outsider jihadists entered Syria, they gave those desperate merciless men the ability and the way to revenge, where they got organized and trained on all kinds of killing, including heads' cutting, which could be the simplest way.

All that took place while the world still watching them besides Syrian regime’s unprecedented crimes. All that led to create more and more of men find in extremism a solution to revenge to their dignity and honor.

It is common sense, imagine you are the handsome young man who love and enjoy life, suddenly found your father dead in detention centre as a result of torture,, and all you got from the regime was a death certificate showing that Heart Attack was the cause of death, then you witnessed tears, fear and pain in your mother’s eyes, after that your brother was killed by regime’s rockets, followed by your wife’s and two daughter’s running away abroad seeking refuge in any country and you cannot reach them, your friend’s leg was amputated, and another relative disappeared. After all that, you open the television, you see Walid al-Moalim, the Syrian Foreign Minister, talking about human rights, and Bashar al-Assad talking about resistance against the universal conspiracy.

After all your pain, the world still watching, and you are blamed if you agreed to swore allegiance to the “Islamic State” which offer you the money, food and arms to revenge for yourself, to help the state to achieve its goals in return. That option could be easily accepted by many Syrians who found their lives torn apart and their future destroyed, in front of the eyes of the whole world, which did nothing but to silently watch.

Syrian regime knows all that, and worked hard to reach to the recent situation. The brutal and heavy killing aimed to double benefits: getting rid of rebels, or turning people into extremists and terrorists, to kill them again, either by itself or the US-led international alliance. Their relatives then turned into terrorists, and so on, leading the Syrian revolution to become a “revolution of terrorists”.

I’ll tell you this real incidence which show who started cutting people's heads in the Syrian revolution. A trusted person told me that he saw in his own eyes a rebel’s head hanged on a pole at a barrier for Syrian regime in Homs, while his body was thrown aside for the sniper to practice on shooting. The eyewitness said that the head kept hanged till the visit of the international team to Homs, when it was taken off and thrown in the nearest rubbish bin.

In the beginning of the Syrian revolution, Syrian regime sent dozens of so-called “typical terrorists” to join demonstrations in their short white ankle-height Abayas, white head cap and long beards, exactly if not better than they look in the Egyptian films. Then they were filmed to broadcast at the Syrian official channels.

That is the way to create “terrorism” among simple innocent people.

Zaman Al Wasl
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