Tuesday, June 21, 2005

George Hawi Killed -- Border Troubles

Bomb kills anti-Syria politician: Hawi, a Christian, frequently spoke out against Syrian intelligence and interference in Lebanese affairs.
BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) --
Tuesday, June 21, 2005;

George Hawi, a former Communist Party chief who was a harsh critic of Syrian meddling in Lebanese affairs, was killed in a bomb as he rode in his car Tuesday, police said, the second slaying of an anti-Syrian figure this month.

The explosion -- which police said went off in the car as it was moving -- came a day after Lebanon concluded parliamentary elections, in which the anti-Syrian opposition won a majority in parliament.

Hawi's Mercedes was cracked and buckled from the explosion. His face was visible and recognizable as his bloodied body was taken out of the car on a stretcher and placed in an ambulance by firemen and rescuers.

Hawi, a Christian, frequently spoke out against Syrian intelligence and interference in Lebanese affairs.

"We are stunned," Prime Minister Najib Mikati said after hearing of the explosion. He blamed "conspirators" against Lebanon, pointing out that every time Lebanon moves a step forward something comes to attempt to destabilize it.
I watched an hour-long interview with Hawi rebroadcast on al-Jazeera today. He was delightful, smart, and humorous. A big loss.

Here are are the words of one reader:
Georges Hawi, former Communist party leader and heavy critic of Syrian interference in Lebanon has been assassinated this morning in a car bomb.

May Allah rest his soul in peace

He was brave. It's a big loss for syrian and lebanese democrats.
Pleas For Syria To Tighten Border
TANAF, Syria, June 20, 2005, CBS News

On a hill overlooking Iraq in the bleak Syrian desert, government officials on Monday pointed out new security measures including taller sand berms that they've taken to keep foreign fighters from crossing into Iraq.

But Western diplomats say Syria still could do more. And, the diplomats added, the Syrians need both better intelligence and better night-vision equipment to keep insurgents from infiltrating into Iraq after dark.

The Syrian authorities gave journalists the rare tour of border areas Monday to highlight improvements in security measures as U.S. forces on the other side waged the latest offensives against insurgents believed to have entered from Syria.

Damascus is under intense pressure from Washington and Baghdad to tighten control of its porous border.

A giant picture of President Bashar Assad looked over the bleak desert landscape as several hundred trucks waited to cross into Iraq at Tanaf, one of the main posts along the 360-mile frontier with Iraq.

On a hill nearby overlooking Iraq, a Syrian border officer pointed to the tall sand barrier that runs along the border, saying the government has increased the height of such berms to 12 feet as a measure against infiltrators and smugglers.

The officer, who would not give his name because of the sensitivity of the border issue, said the Syrian government has deployed 7,000 troops along the border.

The journalists, who were driven for 120 miles along the berm north from Tanaf, could see small outposts set along the way, each staffed with about a half-dozen Syrian solders who snapped to attention and saluted as the trucks drove by.

There is an outpost every 400 meters or 3 kilometers, depending on how sensitive the area is, said the officer and about 540 outposts altogether.

The government also has filled up desert storm water valleys, or wadis, with cement blocks and barbed wire to prevent smugglers and infiltrators, the officer said. During the day, there are patrols and at night, they set ambushes for infiltrators, he said.

But the region shown to journalists was not the most vulnerable to insurgent crossings, said Col. Julian Lyne-Pirkis, a defense attache from the British Embassy in Damascus who has surveyed the entire length of the border.

More insurgents cross further to the northwest, at the border town of Abu Kamal, across from the Iraqi town of Qaim, where they can move among the people without drawing suspicion, said Lyne-Pirkis, who accompanied Monday's trip.

The Syrians did increase their work along the border starting nine months ago, he said, nevertheless, the border remains "very difficult" to control especially at night.

"They are making progress, but they can still do more on the border to improve it," he said.

He said security measures remained "fairly basic," relying on Syrian troops who have "mostly just their eyes to survey the border, and that is not enough."

The Syrians have asked the British for night-vision equipment, and British officials have promised 700 pieces, Lyne-Pirkis said. But he said the deal was awaiting approval at a higher level in the government.

Such equipment is expensive, and would be difficult for Syria to obtain because of restrictions on the types of military equipment that western countries will sell to Syria.

The Syrians also need to improve patrols and get better intelligence to understand how the insurgency works, Lyne-Pirkis said.

Another Syrian border official acknowledged that it is difficult to keep insurgents from crossing at night, although he said such crossings are generally prevented during the day.

That official, who also spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the border issue, said 15 border guards had been killed either by outlaws crossing the border or by fire from U.S. troops who apparently mistook the Syrians for infiltrators. He did not provide more details.

On the Iraqi side, some 1,000 U.S. and Iraqi troops are carrying out two military campaigns, code-named Spear and Dagger, aimed at destroying militant networks near the Syrian border and north of Baghdad. About 60 insurgents have been killed and 100 captured since the campaigns began at the end of last week.

Troops said they found numerous foreign passports and one roundtrip air ticket from Tripoli, Libya, to Damascus, Syria.

Intelligence officials believe Anbar province, which borders Syria, is a gateway for extremist groups, including Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's al Qaeda in Iraq, to smuggle in foreign fighters.


At 6/21/2005 09:14:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The revolutiom eating it,s own children that is the oposition are killing each other for control of future Lebanon.

At 6/21/2005 10:05:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

anonymous 9:14AM,

if the opposition is killing each other to control the future of lebanon, then why george hawi??! your conclusion is unfortunately pathetic.

At 6/21/2005 12:15:00 PM, Anonymous Metaz said...

Oh, say can you see
by the dawn's early light
What so proudly we
hailed at the twilight's
last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes
and bright stars thru
the perilous fight,
O'er the ramparts we
watched were so
gallantly streaming?
And the rocket's red
glare, the bombs
bursting in air,
Gave proof thru the
night that our flag was
still there.
Oh, say does that
star-spangled banner
yet wave
O'er the land of the
free and the home of the brave?

On the shore, dimly
seen through the mists
of the deep,
Where the foe's
haughty host in dread
silence reposes,
What is that which the
breeze, o'er the
towering steep,
As it fitfully blows,
half conceals, half discloses?
Now it catches the
gleam of the morning's
first beam, In full glory reflected
now shines in the stream:
'Tis the star-spangled
banner! Oh long may it wave
O'er the land of the
free and the home of the brave.

And where is that
band who so
vauntingly swore
That the havoc of war
and the battle's confusion,
A home and a country
should leave us no more!
Their blood has
washed out of of their
foul footsteps' pollution.
No refuge could save
the hireling and slave'
From the terror of
flight and the gloom of the grave:
And the star-spangled
banner in triumph doth wave
O'er the land of the
free and the home of the brave.

Oh! thus be it ever,
when freemen shall stand
Between their loved
home and the war's desolation!
Blest with victory and
peace, may the heav'n rescued land
Praise the Power that
hath made and
preserved us a nation.
Then conquer we
must, when our cause
it is just,
And this be our
motto: "In God is our trust."
And the star-spangled
banner in triumph shall wave
O'er the land of the
free and the home of the brave.

At 6/21/2005 12:25:00 PM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

Finally, we get this lame professor’s web platform to contain discussion of important topics and with serious arguments and someone this morning at that Cow, steer and Bovine capital Oklahoma University try to disassociate from it and in fact tried to block comments. It could be a technical error, but if it is not, it will be a mistake to keep this A one way brainwashing platforms as your professor’s is not up to speed with analysis about Syria and Syrian society. You University and American will learn much more by keeping this platform open for arguments

At 6/21/2005 12:29:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Syria's Assets in Swiss Banks Declines
By Associated Press
BERN, Switzerland — Syrian assets held by Swiss banks dropped 5.5 billion Swiss francs ($4.3 billion) during the past year, according to statistics released Tuesday.

The 39 percent drop was unexplained, but it could reflect sanctions imposed in May 2004 by the United States, which accuses the Middle Eastern country of supporting terrorism and undermining efforts to stabilize Iraq.
The sanctions restrict the dealings U.S.-based banks can have with their Syrian counterparts. Major Swiss banks, which have extensive operations in the United States, may have heeded the sanctions.

Spokesmen for the largest banks, UBS AG and Credit Suisse Group, declined to comment.

The Syrian assets in 106 Swiss banks dropped by the end of last year to 8.6 billion francs from 14.1 billion francs at the end of 2003, according to the data from the Swiss National Bank.

The national bank report gave no reason for the decline. The lion's share of the Syrian assets in Switzerland previously were deposited in the two or three largest Swiss banks. At the end of 2003 they had Syrian assets worth 13.5 billion francs.

No figure for the big banks is given for the end of 2004, but national bank spokesman Werner Abegg said there had been statistical problems, and that it should not be assumed that the assets had dropped to zero.

But the U.S. Treasury Department put the state-owned Commercial Bank of Syria, the largest financial institution in the country, on its black list as a money-laundering center for terrorists and the former regime of Saddam Hussein.

At 6/21/2005 12:31:00 PM, Anonymous IMAD said...

Hehehehe, I used to travel from California to Florida in the eighties and I can tell when
Within 60 miles of Oklahoma by the manure fumes.

At 6/21/2005 12:37:00 PM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

Syrian Republican Party was handed a detailed list of Syrian assets inside and outside the country. It came by regular mail with no return address. Ahh, we thrown it in trash, thought it is prank.

At 6/21/2005 01:27:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To: Imad.

I am just curious about your Syrian Republican Party: the website's design makes it impossible to get to all the pieces of the site. And, your picture of Paul Wolfowitz with his remark ("Syria should not be de-stabilized") dates back to several months, if not years. And, what about this eagerness to recruit previous members of the intelligence apparatus that were not involved in reprehensible acts? Please inform me. Also, your site needs some improvements, and, from what I see, you could easily do that.

At 6/21/2005 08:44:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I read today that Farid Ghadry and Nabil Fayyad of the Reform Party of Syria are now in Damascus meeting with intellectuals and other opposition members, and that they have NOT been harassed or questioned at all by the state security... Is that correct? Do you know anything about it? If that is truly the case, this would be startling, since Ghadry has advocated regime change in the past...

At 6/21/2005 10:35:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it is Hawi because he is from the oposition and by killing him jumblat can claim to represent the Left in Lebanon and blame Syria in the prosess,open your eyes and look beyond your nose.

At 6/21/2005 10:47:00 PM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

Farid Ghadri in Damascus? oppositions meeting with him? Where did you read that, or just yet another crappy lie from a dumb agent.

At 6/21/2005 10:50:00 PM, Anonymous Metaz said...

I will be surprised if anyone would meet with him. that will be kiss of death. Could be, the U.S. Vice President, CIA and Israel are pushing Kurd separation agenda. But will be surprised of any opposition meeting without prior Syrian Government approval.

At 6/21/2005 11:32:00 PM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

Clown Paul will be the permenant feature on several pages of the site with the same caption. He will be featured in more pages.
So live with it or stay out of SRP site.

The party is very eager to enroll as technical members any present or former Syrian intelligence agent regardless of who much atrocity they committed, It couldn't be 1 percent of the atrocity commited by Paul or half a percent of the atrocity that was commited by BOZO Reagan and torture artist Dr. Rumsfeld best friend Saddam Hussain. Site improvement will be before we go public. For your information although the party been around since 86, to this day we only sent out less than 50 emails as a test. This post is also a test run to fine tune pitch to Syrian audience and test resistant to secular ideology.

At 6/22/2005 12:54:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was our mafia and their allies who killed George Hawi...allah yerhamo, the guy was a very intelligent man who stood side by side with Kamal Jumblat another man that we killed. George Hawi defended the palestinians and Lebanon with his soul, wat a great loss.

Like i've said a million times before, it's time for the baathi alawite filth to head back to their villages on the coast and let the syrian people live in peace.

Sick and tired of the dictatorship in syria...would be really nice if someone placed a bomb under bahjat slueiman, ghazai kanna, rustom ghazale, asef shawkat...god i can go on forever!!!


Shami in Dubai

At 6/22/2005 01:19:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

HELLO SYRIAN REPUBLICAN PARTY, I was hoping that you could help answer these questions:

How do you expect people to take interest in your website or organization when you don’t mention any names or affiliates? I’m positive that there are many Syrians who want an alternative to the current regime but the problem is that after 40 years of oppression and mistrust people will not be willing to put their lives at risk and make their voices heard. I asked my parents about the Syrian Republican Party and they said that they have never heard of it.

Your website is also a bit misleading, you have pictures of Lebanese demonstrators and you mention that the Lebanese can also join ranks with this organization. Those pictures you have are from the demonstrations where people were insulting us and not the regime. “toot toot inshalla souriyat moot”

Plus you’re having technical problems with your website as well, you can’t see the whole screen and you can’t scroll down.

At 6/22/2005 03:02:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Shami in Dubai,
Dont you find it a little hypocratic & contradictory to call for a democratic country by insulting 13% of its population whom 99% gained nothing from this regime? Do you think that this regime would last for three decades without the blessing and support of the Shamis?
Please add to your list the following non-alawite names who had ultimate powers in this country but ofcourse no one will talk about because they are Sunnis:
(marhoum) Mustafa Altaajer, Hikmat Alshihabi, Abdel Halim Khaddam, Hisham Alkhityar, Omar Hamidah, Mistapha Gullo, Abdel Raoof Alkasem, and the list goes on... FYI Ghazaleh is Sunni.

At 6/22/2005 04:01:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well the people you mention are sunni, but you forgot to mention that they are villagers just like assad who had nothing before coming to power. So by giving them money and power they became consumed in the system obeying baba assad like dogs.

Ofcourse the shami population had to accept the baath regime...or atleast act like they did....do you think they had a choice...it was either act like they did or dissapear forever.

Plus the alawite don't make up 13% of the population...they probably make up 5-6% of the population...and i'd say 90% of them are beneficiaries of the system one way or another. So i don't know where you get your statistics from, probably SANA or Al Baath or tishreen....but wherever it is, sorry to tell you it's absolute crap.

Allah Yerham George Hawi...a true ARAB patriot who fought couraegously for Lebanon and Palestine....unlike our coward baath regime who sided at one point with the allies of israel to kill palestinians and muslims in lebanon.

Their time is near...trust me...i hear the year 2007 is going to be a popular year in the modern history of syria.

Shami in Dubai

At 6/22/2005 04:38:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Shami in Dubai,
You sound like a lebanese in Lebanon who knows nothing about anything in Syria. Anyway, thanks for your stupid reply, it clarified who and what you are.

At 6/22/2005 05:47:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In my eyes the desires and wants of the lebanese people are no different that the desires and wants of our people in syria...it's people like you who hold us back.

You people will never understand until the day that change is enforced on us from outside...but if thats what it takes to implement brains in those zombie air filled heads of yours then by all means i'm all for it.

So apparently the latest trend in syria is to call syrians Lebanese if they demand freedom and justice...so i guess riyad seif, Dr. Homsi etc... are all lebanese agents lool you guys are pathetic...but like i said...your time is near...

Shami in Dubai

At 6/22/2005 07:32:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear SRP, Shami in Dubia, etc

Forget the context of your ideas, but do you really think anyone will take you seriously given the foul language and debating skills (or lack of)? What Syria need is not name calling and insults!! We had enough of this already all the big names and words we have been calling our leaders and the others got us nowhere!! SRP, do you really expect that your party will get a drawing with the kind of image you are presenting here? What Syria needs is an exchange of ideas, a rational debate about its present and future.

I could understand your anger towards the “governing elite”, but do you think that name calling will get the country anywhere?
And btw, yes Alawites are part of the Syrian society, and yes they do have a role to play in Syria’s present and future, and yes they have (and should have) rights just like all the rest.
We are being offered a platform to discuss, let us use it to advance ideas that would help push this country forward, just a tiny little sincere contribution.
Please stop being very negative and very offensive!! This leads nowhere! In real life nothing is 100% good or 100% bad, life is a mixture of things! Let’s accept this and work our way around these facts to debate a better present and better future for this country.

Btw, I am a Sunni, from one of the so-called “big families” (osar al-3areeka), but above those minor details, I am a Syrian – not a “Lebanese ta2ifi wanabe”!!

At 6/22/2005 08:29:00 AM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

........."number of smart analysts, unable to see how the regime will break out of its present paralysis, are predicting total collapse in several years. This would manifest itself in the outbreak of scattered sectarian and tribal violence as economic pressure grows. They see the reassertion of sub-national loyalties and the renewed formation of politically active Islamist groups.".........After 43 years of secular rules, nothing has changed in Syria. The best strategy for a sucsessful in Syria is seperation of the party and people, Baathism style. How awful.

At 6/22/2005 08:33:00 AM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

to the technically challanged winers. click on the bar on the top of the sreen to go to another site where blinds watch a computer monitor with resolutuion lower than than 1284x1024.

At 6/22/2005 03:01:00 PM, Anonymous Metaz Aldendeshe, Syrian Republican Party said...

Anyone that think the Baath regime in Syria will collapse in a year or so. Is ignorant, and have no real experience of the workings of such structured environment. Bush and his administration bought the scummy and deceptive French President analysis about the regime inability to survive for another year. That was a scam the Euro-Peon French contrived to hold off Bush from action and block a complete entry and control to the Levant (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel) by America.

They understood the importance of Syria to block this total control and sold Bush and his guppy administration that line about collapse.

The guppy’s in Washington, was so worried by this scam, they panicked into pushing Rifaat and Reform Party on the scene by Politically, under the table, nudging Riffat to go public and financially providing RPS with the funding needed to push into Syria, while it held support to other nationalist and Moslem groups for fear that they will not act as puppets for Washington and Tel Aviv.

The fact is, and French President know it well, a withdrawal from Lebanon will only strengthen Syrian government and help consolidate it’s grip on power as it was demonstrated by the latest arrests made and the Baath Congress announcement. The French in a bid to stall the American, contrived this contradictory analysis all a while secretly, directly and through the European Parliament, were working on securing France good will in Damascus.

The U.S. main interest in Syria, is not removing Assad or his regime. They lived and supported it in worse periods. The main goal of U.S. policy is to secure the oil rich region of Syria along the Iraqi boarder where Kurds inhabits the region, hence the support for SRP and Riffat to block Nationalist and Islamist who will pose a threat to the success of this goal.

The ultimate perfect plan that the U.S. is pushing hard for, is merging the Vice President’s American Petro plan with the Pentagon’s Zionist/Jewish plan. This unified plan will requires the division of Syria’s territory into manageable chunks whereby, an Eastern oil rich strip of Syria alongside the Iraqi boarder will be ruled by the Kurds. A Sunni in the region of Aleppo-Homs access, a strong Alwites region on the coast and a very weak Pseudo- government of Assad or a puppet government will rule under orders from Washington and Tel Aviv in the same way Baghdad is now ruled. Hence this push to the front of sectarianism, Alawism, Kurds uprisings, No fly zone…etc.

Would it work? SSPRS strategists has concluded, it AINT GOT A CHANCE. An eventual union of Islamist, Nationalist and Baathist will bring it to a screeching halt in Syria and probably spill over to Iraq.

The U.S. can secure it’s interest in Syria, and Israel can secure a lasting peace but someone, a dummy, has taken the dumbest strategy.

At 6/23/2005 11:32:00 AM, Anonymous Syrian Republican Party said...

You left out Mustafa Tallas and his kids.

At 6/24/2005 10:09:00 AM, Anonymous DWMF said...

I reckon that Hariri and Hawi were killed by Syrian organised crime in a turf war, in anticipation of Lebanon's economic revival when the tourists return, and normal trade resumes. Lebanon is Syria's Las Vegas. It is also worth noting that Syrian organised crime is in cahoots with the Syrian secret police and their proxies Hizbollah. (Just consider the typical career path of a KGB goon into the Russian Mafia. The same thing must happen in Syria.) And you don't get movement of these quantities of explosives without the Syrian spies knowing about it. That means they allowed it to happen.

So Anonym @ 09:14 is only half-right. It is a fight for control, but not by the revolutionaries.

At 6/25/2005 09:48:00 AM, Anonymous An Allawi said...

Fact: I am an Allawi

Fact: I am not, nor have I ever been a beneficiary, nor has any of my family.

Fact: I hate the Allawis who are in power because they are despicable, ignorant, and bad.

Fact: I hate the Sunnis who help them, because those Sunnis not only benefit, but also keep this regime going.

So, we have Ausama defending the indenfesible, and changing a subject that primarily brings a noble attention to what the Iraqi people have had to endure as a result of US past mistakes starting with the support they gave to the regime of Saddam Hussein, and then the war they both caused
to the Iraqi people and the Sanctions they were both instrumental in
imposing on Iraq, and the War of Liberation that was a planned action after a long UN imposed Sanctions that resulted in destroying Iraq and
enriching the few (fortunately they are in jail now unlike their
contrepart Syrian Baathists). I also add that what is ahppening in Iraq is not really a failure of the US policy, but a success of the Zionist one that did not aim at all to liberate Iraq from the dictatorship the West had imposed on it as they have been imposing that of the Assad regime on Syria, and the real real aim was and is to destroy the dignity
and wealth of the Iraqi people, and that will be llowed soon with a
similar action on Syria. This plan is succeeding, and as usual, people
get encircled in the present forgetting the origin of a conflict.

I am Allawi, and it disturbs me , of course that some of my Syrian well meaning posters who I am sure are of good heart and intentions generalize
about Allawis, and classify me in the same garbage can they classify the Allawis who are in power. My freinds, I am not going to defend the regime as I hate it a lot more than any of you might be hating it, but I say to
you that those disgusting Allawis who are in power have Sunnis coopearting with them (though the Sunnis' interests are not power but financial gains which they are getting abundantly, and I hate those Sunnis primarily because they are enabling those Fxxxing Allawis to
continue to hold power for their self interest as well. How can you
forget Aref Dalilah, Abd Alziz Al Kheir, Badawi Al JAbal, the people whose throats were cut at the begining of the Assad regime while the later developped oppositions did not even voice a shout of care to the Assad regime to put them on trial first, something they surely must be reemmbring now..., how can you call this regime Allawi regime when most of the cultivated Allawis have been against the Assad disgusting family long before any Ikhwan (muslim brotherhood) was touched by this regime, and those who participated at torturing the first prisonners were none than Generals of Sunni background such as ALi Madani, Hikmat Shahabi, Naji Jamil, and so mmany others.

Back to the subject:

Mr. Ausama feels defensive because though the subject is not about Syian girls, nor is it about the prostitution of the regime, but yet because
the subject which deals mentions that Syrians are involved as pimps, and
or as customers, and this is taken place ion Damascus itself, and it
talks about what is going on on bars the regime helped create beside the
mosques that it also created. He is feeling defensive because the
undelining question might be to ask what made Syians such moally bankrupt
to exploit their Iraqi brothers and sisters of Iraq in such a manner? The question might be asked why the Arabs are customers in teh first place when they know they are exploiting those Arab girls as well. Arabs who come from the Gulf region have no issue looking in teh whole wold for pleasing their geneitals,a nd apart fom that, they have no other thing that opccupies their minds at all. Syria was different before the corrupt gang took over power in 1970. The Allawis and Sunnis of this regime are morally banckrupt, and especially the Allawis will be paying a big price. Do the powerful Alalwis even care? Absolutely not, for they all will be outside of Syria when the moment will come, and the rest oof the alawis will be looking for survival as the Sunnis of the Saddam's geographical area are doing now. The rich will be safe. It is always the poor that is the target of revenge, and also to the real racsist attitudes of the others. The Rich and Powerful Alalwis never feel any of the hatred some Sunis express.

At 6/26/2005 12:35:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with you about the 3alawi comment. I didn't mean to generalize but it's hard not to when 90% of the alawies are beneficiaries of the regime. However, i apologize to the 10% who are against the baath terrorist regime.

Shami In Dubai

At 6/27/2005 06:05:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My answer to the retarded "Shami in Dubai"'s last message (10%) is to go and fuck himself, or let another macho sunni like himself fuck him.

This is the only language these retarded creatures understand, and you shall always be without dignity as 5% of the pouplation screw you all as you claim. That is because you have no dignity, and you kiss the dicks of those allawis who are in power to gain appointments as a Minister, a director, or an intelligence officer, or simply to facilitate your trade so you can steal and get money from the system in the name of the Allawis. You are without dignity. You are going to be forever inferior to Allawis. Allawis will always ride you, and take you for a ride.

You, as people without dignity will always be screaming that a minority governs you, but in reality are just big thieves with big mouths.


A Proud Alawi who is against the corrupt Assad regime who gave these Sunni creatures the chance to steal the country.


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home