Saturday, February 25, 2012

Killing `Alawites

The Ikhwan are back to their old trick: of targeting `Alawites: which they did with a vengeance back in the 1970s and 1980s.  Look at this:  "Another exile activist group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, reported that in the northern city of Aleppo, unknown gunmen shot and killed Mohammad Ramadan, a businessman who supported the government. "  When you read that someone was killed for "supporting the government", it usually means he was `Alawites.  We know the propaganda tricks of the Ikhwan.

PS I am told that he is Sunni, and that is brother of Ahmad who is in the leadership of Syrian National Council. I am told that the Free Syrian Army killed him to punish the council and the regime.