64.000 people on wanted list by Syrian Security. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Stephen(Geneve)Switzerland.
    • 20.06.11 | 13:04 (IDT)

    10.000 citizens are in jail, 1,300 citizens plus, have been murdered,10.000 refugees in Turkey, with another 10.000 on the border. Now we are told that there is a wanted list, also that many have "turned" themselves in. The speech was another load of rubbish, probably written by some focus group in the security services and retyped by members of the RG Ministry of Propaganda. No doubt, Turkey is nervous,for a number of reasons. The main reason is that Syria together with Iran and its close in proxies could well heat up the common border in order to deflect attention of the ongoing genocide. The same could well happen on the Golan. Both Israel and Turkey have a common cause for anxiety. Strange enough, both countries had no quarrel with Bashar al Assad, however the Iranian angle could well set off fireworks. Good day.

    from the article: Assad promises elections, complete reform package in Syria within months
    First published 12:12 20.06.11 | Last updated 12:12 20.06.11
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