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  • 03/22/2013 11:12 [Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] Sunni cleric and dozens of worshipers killed in suicide attack on Damascus mosque. Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti, moderate Koranic professor, was a supporter of Assad. He was killed during a religious lesson along with his grandson. The opposition rejects all responsibility. But suspicions point to jihadists. Damascus (AsiaNews / Agencies) - At least 42 people have been killed in a suicide attack on the Iman mosque in the center of Damascus. Among the victims was a leading Sunni figure Dr. Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti (see photo), a supporter of the Assad regime, and his grandson. Another 84 were injured. Al Bouti, 84, was killed as he was holding Koran lessons with his students.
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    [Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] In Syria, the majority of the population is Sunni Muslim, with a good presence of the Muslim Brotherhood. In the 80s these radical groups were prosecuted and often eliminated by Hafez el Assad. Al Bouti, a Sunni moderate, supported the policy of Assad and even sung the Koranic prayers during the funeral of his Bashar's father, Hafez, in 2000. At the announcement of his death, Syrian television aired music and prayers as a sign of mourning. Suspicions over responsibility for his assassination fall on the opposition rebels. Al Bouti, who had plenty of space in the state media, often asked Muslims to support the Assad government and declared oponents as "mercenaries" and "scum."
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    [Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] His fame and the esteem he enjoyed, however, throws a bad light on the opposition. A spokesman for the Free Syrian Army has declined any responsibility for the attack. The President of the Syrian opposition, Ahmed Al-Khati Moaz said that the opposition "categorically condemns the murder." But suspicions remain on the jihadist fringes fighting in the country. The Syrian opposition is often confused and divided in its allegations against the regime, to which it has attributed massacres, or criminal actions. A few days ago the opposition accused the army of using chemical weapons against civilians in Aleppo. The regime in turn blamed the opposition.
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    [Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] Ban Ki-moon, UN secretary-general, condemned the use of chemical weapons and has promised an international inquiry, but many quarters say it will be very difficult to come to any conclusion.
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 03/22/2013 11:12
[Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] Sunni cleric and dozens of worshipers killed in suicide attack on Damascus mosque. Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti, moderate Koranic professor, was a supporter of Assad. He was killed during a religious lesson along with his grandson. The opposition rejects all responsibility. But suspicions point to jihadists. Damascus (AsiaNews / Agencies) - At least 42 people have been killed in a suicide attack on the Iman mosque in the center of Damascus. Among the victims was a leading Sunni figure Dr. Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti (see photo), a supporter of the Assad regime, and his grandson. Another 84 were injured. Al Bouti, 84, was killed as he was holding Koran lessons with his students.

[Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] In Syria, the majority of the population is Sunni Muslim, with a good presence of the Muslim Brotherhood. In the 80s these radical groups were prosecuted and often eliminated by Hafez el Assad. Al Bouti, a Sunni moderate, supported the policy of Assad and even sung the Koranic prayers during the funeral of his Bashar's father, Hafez, in 2000. At the announcement of his death, Syrian television aired music and prayers as a sign of mourning. Suspicions over responsibility for his assassination fall on the opposition rebels. Al Bouti, who had plenty of space in the state media, often asked Muslims to support the Assad government and declared oponents as "mercenaries" and "scum."

[Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] His fame and the esteem he enjoyed, however, throws a bad light on the opposition. A spokesman for the Free Syrian Army has declined any responsibility for the attack. The President of the Syrian opposition, Ahmed Al-Khati Moaz said that the opposition "categorically condemns the murder." But suspicions remain on the jihadist fringes fighting in the country. The Syrian opposition is often confused and divided in its allegations against the regime, to which it has attributed massacres, or criminal actions. A few days ago the opposition accused the army of using chemical weapons against civilians in Aleppo. The regime in turn blamed the opposition.

[Babilon Tower NWO-IMF is happy] SYRIA [satanAllah of Saudi Arabia imperialism, unleashes his murderous rage, to build the worldwide caliphate Salafi] Ban Ki-moon, UN secretary-general, condemned the use of chemical weapons and has promised an international inquiry, but many quarters say it will be very difficult to come to any conclusion.





22/03/2013 08:42
SIRIA
Dottore sunnita e decine di fedeli uccisi in un attacco suicida alla moschea di Damasco
Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti, dottore coranico moderato, era sostenitore di Assad. È stato ucciso durante una lezione religiosa. Ucciso anche suo nipote. L'opposizione declina ogni responsabilità. Ma vi sono sospetti sui jihadisti.


Damasco (AsiaNews/Agenzie) - Almeno 42 persone sono state uccise in un attacco suicida alla moschea Iman nel centro di Damasco. Fra le vittime vi sono anche un'alta personalità sunnita, il dott. Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti (v. foto), sostenitore del regime di Assad, e suo nipote. Altri 84 sono rimasti feriti. Al Bouti, 84 anni, è stato ucciso mentre dava lezioni coraniche ai suoi studenti.
In Siria la maggioranza della popolazione è sunnita, con una discreta presenza dei Fratelli musulmani. Negli anni '80 questi gruppi radicali sono stati perseguiti e spesso eliminati da Hafez el Assad. Al Bouti, un sunnita moderato, ha sostenuto la politica degli Assad e aveva perfino cantato le preci coraniche durante il funerale del papà di Bashar, Hafez, nel 2000.
All'annuncio della sua morte, la televisione siriana ha mandato in onda musiche e preghiere in segno di lutto. I sospetti sul suo assassinio cadono nel campo dell'opposizione al regime. Al Bouti, che aveva molto spazio nei media governativi, chiedeva spesso ai musulmani di appoggiare il governo di Assad e bollava gli oppositori come "mercenari" e "feccia".
La sua fama e la stima di cui egli godeva mette però in cattiva luce l'opposizione. Un portavoce del Free Syrian Army ha declinato ogni responsabilità dall'attacco. Anche il presidente del Consiglio di opposizione siriana, Ahmed Moaz Al-Khati, ha dichiarato che l'opposizione "condanna in modo categorico l'assassinio".
Rimangono però i sospetti sulle frange jihadiste che combattono nel Paese.
L'opposizione siriana appare spesso confusa e divisa nella sua serie di accuse contro il regime, al quale si attribuiscono massacri, o azioni criminali. Alcuni giorni fa l'opposizione ha accusato l'esercito di aver usato armi chimiche contro civili ad Aleppo. Il regime ha ritorto contro di essa la stessa accusa.
Ban Ki-moon, segretario generale dell'Onu , condannando l'uso delle armi chimiche ha promesso un'inchiesta internazionale, ma da molte parti si afferma che sarà molto difficile giungere a qualche conclusione.


 03/22/2013 11:12
SYRIA
Sunni cleric and dozens of worshipers killed in suicide attack on Damascus mosque 
Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti, moderate Koranic professor, was a supporter of Assad. He was killed during a religious lesson along with his grandson. The opposition rejects all responsibility. But suspicions point to jihadists.


Damascus (AsiaNews / Agencies) - At least 42 people have been killed in a suicide attack on the Iman mosque in the center of Damascus. Among the victims was a leading Sunni figure Dr. Mohammed Saeed Ramadan al-Bouti (see photo), a supporter of the Assad regime, and his grandson. Another 84 were injured. Al Bouti, 84, was killed as he was holding Koran lessons with his students.

In Syria, the majority of the population is Sunni Muslim, with a good presence of the Muslim Brotherhood. In the 80s these radical groups were prosecuted and often eliminated by Hafez el Assad. Al Bouti, a Sunni moderate, supported the policy of Assad and even sung the Koranic prayers during the funeral of his Bashar's father, Hafez, in 2000.

At the announcement of his death, Syrian television aired music and prayers as a sign of mourning. Suspicions over responsibility for his assassination fall on the opposition rebels. Al Bouti, who had plenty of space in the state media, often asked Muslims to support the Assad government and declared oponents as "mercenaries" and "scum."

His fame and the esteem he enjoyed, however, throws a bad light on the opposition. A spokesman for the Free Syrian Army has declined any responsibility for the attack. The President of the Syrian opposition, Ahmed Al-Khati Moaz said that the opposition "categorically condemns the murder."

But suspicions remain on the jihadist fringes fighting in the country.

The Syrian opposition is often confused and divided in its allegations against the regime, to which it has attributed massacres, or criminal actions. A few days ago the opposition accused the army ofusing chemical weapons against civilians in Aleppo. The regime in turn blamed the opposition.

Ban Ki-moon, UN secretary-general, condemned the use of chemical weapons and has promised an international inquiry, but many quarters say it will be very difficult to come to any conclusion.


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