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Tartus massacre: Assad's Alawite gangs slaughter 800 Muslims in Syrian village (video)

Publication time: 6 May 2013, 15:43

The war in Syria continues for two years - for this period the Alawite gangs of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad have committed in this country crimes with unprecedented brutality and ferocity.

Literally in every few months Alawite polytheists staged demonstrative executions, taking the lives of Muslims by the most sophisticated methods, writes UmmaNews.

 

The monstrous massacre, a real butchery, the inhuman atrocities - all these have been the subject of attention in the world, but neither the West nor the puppet Arab regimes hesitate to help the Muslims of Syria and limited to idle chatter at meetings of the so-called "International community" of infidels.

The palace scholars advised "just do prayers" for the Syrians, and Washington for several months is hammering away about the "red line", which, according to Obama, Assad is very close to, but "has not yet crossed". Apparently, the US believes that slaughtering hundreds of civilians at a time - is not crossing of the same "red line".

 

Another bloody massacre was staged in the village of al-Baida and in the port city of Baniyas (see map), in the province of Tartus.

According to local activists, the Alawites were in the village for a few days. They entered it last Thursday. The village was cut off from the telephone and the Internet.

 

The violence of raging polytheists against Muslims occurred on Thursday. Initially it was reported about 50 dead - including women, children and the elderly, then the number was varied from 50 to 100. And now sources from Syria report that the Alawites and Shiites had massacred 800 (eight hundred) ordinary Muslims.

 



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Al-Jazeera indicates that the Alawite rippers either shot or killed with knives the Muslims. Many of the bodies were charred. The streets were littered with the bodies of men.

 

Assad's TV declared that his "glorious army managed to expel the terrorists" from the district.

 



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"It is difficult to understand whether these atrocities is part of some plan, or is it just the ups and downs of the action and the reaction to the growing struggle for control of Syria", BBC News melancholy argue.

 

Syrian opposition leaders are confident that the Tartus massacre was organized from "the top". Commissioned by Assad. And it was part of a campaign to squeeze Muslims out of the region.

 

According to the BBC News, Muslims have already fled from the coastal areas of Syria. Hundreds of Muslim families moved to the south, to the city of Tartus, however, according to activists, they could not find shelter here either.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center



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