Friday, June 01, 2012


The people of Houla were murdered because they would not join the fight against Assad.

What really happened at Houla?

Anna News has spoken with residents who witnessed the 'Houla massacre'.

They say that the Houla people had a good relationship with the Syrian soldiers; they even divide food and water with the Syrian soldiers.

The terrorists came from Ar-Rastan or Hama and told the residents that they either have to kill Syrian soldiers or be killed.

The pharmacy (hospital) in the village was set on fire by the terrorists because Syrian soldiers were treated there.

Syria: What really happened in al-Hula, Homs - SyriaNews

Residents of Houla explain that they were attacked by anti-Assad terrorists because they support Assad.

Does this sound fake?

Houla massacre survivor tells how his family were slaughtered

Martin Chulov of the spooky Guardian reports that a Syrian boy, 11, says he played dead to escape 'pro-Assad gunmen' who killed five members of his family in Houla.

We are reminded of  "Nurse Nayirah" who alleged that she had witnessed the murder of infant children by Iraqi soldiers in Kuwait, in testimony to the U.S. Congress, in the run up to the 1991 Gulf War.

The public relations firm Hill & Knowlton arranged the testimony. 

It turned out that Nayirah was fake.

Her father was the Kuwaiti ambassador to the USA; he is sitting right next to her during the hearing but he pretends not to know her.

In Syria, the 11-year old boy told the Guardian:

"They came in armoured vehicles and there were some tanks.

"They shot five bullets through the door of our house. They said they wanted Aref and Shawki, my father and my brother. They then asked about my uncle, Abu Haidar. They also knew his name."

"My mum yelled at them.

"She asked: 'What do you want from my husband and son?' A bald man with a beard shot her with a machine gun from the neck down. Then they killed my sister, Rasha, with the same gun. She was five years old. Then they shot my brother Nader in the head and in the back. I saw his soul leave his body in front of me.

"They shot at me, but the bullet passed me and I wasn't hit. I was shaking so much I thought they would notice me. I put blood on my face to make them think I'm dead."

Mis-captioned photo on BBC website

 BBC News uses 'Iraq photo to illustrate Syrian massacre'

The Guardian contacted the boy through a town elder who is a member of the Syrian Revolutionary Council and is now caring for him. We are unable to independently verify the account and have chosen not to name the boy for security reasons.

Throughout a 15-minute conversation, the boy remained calm and detached until he was pressed on how he knew the gunmen were pro-regime militia men, known as al-Shabiha.

"They got out of tanks and they had guns and knives," he repeated. "Some of them were wearing civilian clothes, some army clothes.

"Why are you asking me who they were? I know who they were. We all know it. They were the regime army and people who fight with them. That is true."
Pictured is "Gay Girl in Damascus", a 40 year-old American man living in the UK. The Western media shamelessly exploited his narrative until it unraveled, and simply moved on to other actors, like "Danny" who directs fake gunfire off-camera while giving casualty reports to CNN. -


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brian said...

Anna News has spoken with residents of Talda and Alhula in the region of the Syrian city of Homs. These Syrian residents had witnessed the so-called “Hula massacre”. They say that the people had a good relationship with the Syrian soldiers; they even divide food and water with the Syrian soldiers.

The terrorists came from Ar-Rastan or Hama and asked the residents that they have to either kill Syrian soldiers with them or they will be killed.

(Such an action is not unique, this is also internationally known, for example, the Mexican drug cartel “Zetas”, which is led by ex-elite soldier, is known for similar actions)

The pharmacy in the village (it seems they mean the health station of the region, because it is later described as a hospital) was set on fire by the terrorists and was also devastated by the armed group. Just because Syrian soldiers were also treated there.

The residents of this Syrian region call the armed rebels “murder gangs”. These Syrian residents which were interviews by “Anna News” complained further, that these “murder gangs” have also written the cause of Islam on their flags.

These Syrian people are especially angry on the Arab news channel Al Jazeera, because al Jazeera lies – “from the beginning to the end”. A Syrian witness said the whole world would already know that Al Jazeera lies and now, they were able to witness these lies of Al Jazeera with their own eyes.

The Syrian residents, which were interviewed by “Anna News”, demand that the Syrian army uses more forces against the armed terrorists that everything will soon be so peaceful and secure like before.

brian said...

The residents of Tal - Dow and Al-Hula saying: ( Truth about massacre in village Al-Hula and others villages near Homs, Syria)
by Konstantyn Scheglikov on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 5:21pm ·
It's google translation i will ask better translation soon

Truth about massacre in village Al-Hula and others villages near Homs, Syria.
The residents of Tal - Dow and Al-Hula saying:

The text below:

Grandmother of the Al-Hula:
"We here took place the massacre, and we want to see Al Jazeera took off that there has actually happened, not what they passed by unknown people.
Block positions were attacked by police. All the soldiers were killed, then they attacked our villages, torched a hospital in Al-Hula.
Bandits killed our pharmacy next to the pharmacy for a fact that he has treated a wounded soldier.
Nobody but the army will not help us. In anticipation of the arrival of Kofi Annan, went escalation of violence, and increased the number of terrorist attacks. Our children can not go to school, we can not go to our fields, our gardens and on the job.
That was yesterday - it's unbelievable cruelty. Thousands of militants from the Al - Rastan attacked the town, killed all the soldiers at checkpoints. Burned the city hospital."

Fatima Mustafa, a resident of Tal - Dau, Syrian Turkmen:
"I worked on the field when I heard the gunfire from the north and east, I ran to the house, and saw his house burned. Near the house was a roadblock, there were good people. I dropped everything and fled to their relatives."

As a resident of Tal - Dow:
"I want security and stability. Wish that the army continued to guard us. As long as I can remember, the army guarding us. Do they hurt us. I'll always sit at home and open the door only to the soldiers that would give them a drink of water."

Syed Abdul Wahab, a resident of Tal - Dau:
"The terrorists who want to come here ostensibly free to take power. We have always lived in peace. We can not leave the house. Twenty-six hours we were hiding in their homes because of the bandits.
Corr. Al-Jazeera shows clips of the alleged Tal - Dow and Al-Hula, as you look at it?
Syed Abdul Wahhab - Al-Jazeera - it's a false channel, this whole world knows we do not believe what they say because they are seeing it with my own eyes."

Grandma to UN monitors:
" They say airstrikes have been!. Lies, lies, lies. Liars, all of them come from Ar-Rastan."

A local resident:
" I'm from Tal - Dow and Al-Hula.
Yesterday came armed bandits, they told us: "Either you are with us will kill the soldiers and policemen, or we will kill you." They killed our wives and children, were all killed. They killed the soldiers and policemen. I wish, what would the army came and cleaned our village from bandits. I want us to live as before in the security and stability."

A local resident:
" I am a resident of Tal - Dow and Al-Hula. Armed groups attacked the checkpoints were all killed. They told us to go with them, or they will kill us. They burned our house and started filming the neighborhood and talking on phones, which took off that supposedly were strikes. They killed and burned soldiers.
We want to be rid of these gangs, we can no longer be tolerated."

A local woman:
" We are from the villages of Al-Gaunt, which is located next to the Al-Hul. Nine terrorists killed my relatives in the field. The bandits set fire to our houses and we fled into the Al Gore, but there were bandits who kill us, we have a martyr, who was burned alive.
Why, by what law did they die? Is this Islam? Is this justice? All this from Hammad from Qatar. Hamad( emir of Qatar) is you now satisfied?"

These are some eyewitness accounts of what happened - the inhabitants of Tal - Dow and Al-Hula, but they are enough to figure out who to blame for the tragedy of Al-Hula.

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