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Pro-Assad anchorman seeks asylum in France, leaves state TV

Pro-Assad anchorman seeks asylum in France, leaves state TV

Zaman al Wasl’s investigative team, which looks into the Syrian war criminals in the ranks of refugees in the EU, received information indicating the arrival of Rami Nofal, an anchorman in the state TV. Nofal promoted the Assad regime and justified its crimes against Syrian civilians...

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Assad militants in Germany: Jihad Nadim Iskander

Assad militants in Germany: Jihad Nadim Iskander

 The recent marches, in which dozens of supporters of the Assad regime and its loyalists protested against the Caesar Law in Berlin, revealed one of the most prominent figures supporting this regime and the Lebanese Hezbollah militia, which is banned in Germany, with its two parts,...

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Assad militants in Germany: Mahmoud Arnaout

Assad militants in Germany: Mahmoud Arnaout

  Mahmoud Arnaout is another pro-Bashar al-Assad militant who fled to Germany in 2018 after participating in the regime's military operation in the southern suburbs of Damascus. Arnaout, 46, originally from the Yarmouk refugee camp in southern Damascus, lives in the city of...

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Assad militants in Denmark: Samir Maqssoud

Assad militants in Denmark: Samir Maqssoud

Pro-Bashar al-Assad’s militants, who were involved in war crimes against the Syrian people, have found a safe haven in Denmark, escaping punishment and prosecution for the heinous crimes they have committed in the war-torn country. According to activists, the Danish authorities have...

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