Syrian Citizen denies Al Jazeera lies and allegations about his killing by security forces


November 28, 2011

Al-Hasaka, Idleb, (SANA)-Citizen Raed al-Kharouf denied a report by the Jazeera TV channel broadcast last Friday that he was killed by the security forces and law-enforcement members.

Al-Jazeera, the partner of the armed terrorist groups in killing the Syrian citizens, is continuing its lies and fabricated news.

Al-Kharouf told the Syrian TV in an interview on Monday that while he was receiving pilgrims at his house, one of his friends told him by phone that al-Jazeera broadcast his name as being with the killed persons at the hands of the Syrian security.

Al-Kharouf, who showed his identity card and passport to the camera, underlined that he was shocked when he watched the video of his killing broadcast on the Jazeera, adding “the Syrian people are accustomed to the lies and fabrications of al-Jazeera.

In a relevant context, the story of martyr Asaad Khaled Othman who was abducted by the armed groups in Idleb and later killed, is a live proof on the heinous acts perpetrated by these groups and their partner al-Jazeera.

Martyr Othman was found dead and his body mutilated on Sarakeb bridge. Jasmil Othman, brother of the martyr said ” my brother worked as a taxi driver.. on Friday Nov.25th and while he was returning to his home, one person asked him to stop and take him to a place…later, my brother was missed… we searched about him in hospitals and police stations, but we didn’t find him.”

Jamil went on saying “on Saturday we received a phone call by the National Hospital telling us that the body of my brother was found mutilated.”



About B.J. Murphy

I'm a young socialist and Transhumanist activist within the East Coast region, who writes for the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET), India Future Society, and Serious Wonder. I'm also the Social Media Manager for Serious Wonder, an Advisory Board Member for the Lifeboat Foundation, and a Co-Editor for Fight Back! News.

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