Tuesday, June 05, 2012


Rami Abdelrahman, after meeting Britain's Foreign Secretary, William Hague, the man in charge of MI6. Rami is 'the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights', a one-man operation.

Tony Cartalucci, in his blog Land Destroyer, tells us about Rami Abdelrahman and his UK-based anti-Assad propaganda organisation.

Rami Abdelrahman's 'Syrian Observatory for Human Rights' has been used by the Western media for its reports on Syria.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights is a one-man operation based in the UK.

Rami Abdulrahman is openly part of the Syrian opposition, run by the CIA and its friends.

Rami Abdulrahman left Syria over 10 years ago.

He is "nearly 3,000 miles away from the alleged subject of his 'observations'".

Tony Cartalucci’s post first appeared on his blog, Land Destroyer.


brian said...

RealSyria - Eyewitness and Journalist: Western Media lie about #Syria


brian said...

saw this comment in Daily Mirror:
from a citizen journalist:
'I am a British citizen in Syria for two monthson my 4th visit to the country. I am here as a citizen journalist. I can tell you from first hand experience that the vast majority of people here support Assad. Its just the truth: plain and simple. It may not be something the West want's to hear, but it IS the truth. Why do they support him? Well, because the West's reporting of Assad is nothing like the man that governs Syria. He is not viewed as an evil dicator here. He is viewed as a strong leader who has kept the peace in a nation spilt by religious factions. Now the US and UK has stuck their nose into Syrian business, by arming one side, the Syrian view of Assad has been proved right. For it is the support by the West that has allowed the increase in bloody violence. If you want to find out more about my visits to Syria - check out my website.
- Gari Sullivan, Latakia, Syria, 30/5/2012 19:15

citizen journalist Gari Sullivan reports on syria Houla massacre and the BBC photo

brian said...

BBC propaganda and Houla

brian said...

russian journalist Anha Kochneva in syria: 'There are a lot of soldiers of fortune among the bandits. They are Chechens, Romanians, French, Libyans, and Afghans. Moreover, there was a very funny accident with Afghan soldiers. A few Afghans were caught and asked, ‘What are you doing here?’ They replied, ‘We were told that we came to Israel, and at night we are shooting at Israeli buses. We are fighting with the enemy to liberate Palestine.’ It might be funny, but it is true. The guys were really surprised, ‘Are we in Syria? We thought we were in Israel!’

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