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Last story of 'Mosib' Militia leader east Hama- leaked document

Last story of 'Mosib' Militia leader east Hama- leaked document

Reporting by George Hadad; Translation by Yusra Ahmed In this last episode of the series regarding Mosib salameh and his kingdom of “Shabiha”, Zaman Alwasl’s presenting, exclusively, a collective phrases Mosib used to say, which give an idea...

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Document: Assad's forces prefer old-fashioned machine guns

Document: Assad's forces prefer old-fashioned machine guns

  By George Hadad; Translation by Dani Murad For many years, regime’s massive defense and military budget have severely limited expenditures in other areas vital to the nation's social, economic, and educational progress because it relied immensely on...

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More stories to tell about Shabiha gangs

More stories to tell about Shabiha gangs

Translation by Yusra Ahmed  In previous report ,  shocking crimes of Shabiha were revealed, via reports they wrote against each other, which gave significant credibility to the mentioned stories and crimes. Khnaifis, a small town...

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Leaked Intelligence Report admits Rebels Control: Syria

Leaked Intelligence Report admits Rebels Control: Syria

Translation by Dani Murad For the past 3 years, Syria's revolution has continued to rage with significant changes in territorial control and areas of fighting, and amid the many reports of influence and control, regime’s intelligence leaked reports represent the most accurate...

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