SYRIA (Arrahmah.com) – The international human rights organization Amnesty International has aired a new shocking report of its employee Neil Sammonds. Report reveals some details of the horrific torture of Muslims of Syria by Alawite gangsters, reports UmmaNews.
With every passing month the atrocities of Alawite polytheists increase exponentially. A few months ago it was reported how Assad’s militants stripped 9 Muslim women and forced them to walk through the streets of the city.
After some time, human rights activists reported the killing of a sister of a Syrian Muslim, an active fighter with the Assad’s regime. After killing the girl, the Alawites cut off her head and hands and skinned.
After that there were reports as how the Syrian polytheists cut off a seven-month-old baby’s head and hung it over the front door. By doing so they tried to force the child’s father to surrender to the regime.
And now the international human rights activists told about what is going on in the Alawi prisons, where monotheist Muslims are kept.
Neil Sammonds visited the hospital al-Ramtha, a few kilometers from the border with the Syrian province of Dera, where he met with Abu Suhaib, who told him his story.
Two days before the meeting, he and most of the residents of al-Taibe had fled the town after learning of closing in of Alawi militants.
Abu Suhaib, eloquent man a little more than forty years, described how he and a group of Muslims watched the shelling. From anti-aircraft missiles, launched in their direction, separated by shrapnel the size of a grapefruit, which broke his left thigh Abu Suhayba.
An eloquent man in his mid-40s, Abu Suhaib said he and a small group were watching the scene unfold when an anti-aircraft missile fired in their direction sent grapefruit-sized shrapnel up through his leg and out his left thigh, taking his left thumb with it.
My own flesh and blood splashed in my face”, he said.
Among several injured, he was sped away on a motorbike to an empty house where he received rudimentary first aid before being able to cross the border.
Human rights activist Neil Sammonds visited a refugee camp in al-Ramtha, where he found young Muslims in a basement huddled around a couple of gas heaters.
Inhabitants of Dera’a city, Na’ime, al-Taibe, De’al, al-Jiza, Tasil and Kaheel spoke of how Alawites fired at their homes missiles, mortar and heavy machine-guns.
The Assad’s militants had gone house to house arresting and beating up any boys and men left behind.
Last week polytheists killed in Dera’a dozens of Muslims, and their homes looted for money, jewellery, computers; generators vandalized.
Abu Suhaib said: “I’ve seen many beside me be shot and killed but I’m not afraid of dying. What I fear is being arrested”.
Another Syrian, whom met Neil Sammonds in al-Ramtha, told about tortures by Alawites of Muslims in concentration camps of Assad.
Believers are subjected to prolonged beatings that last from several days to several weeks. Without a break. The punches, kicks, stamping, and beatings with metal rifle butts, sticks or cables are so commonplace in the Alawite concentration camps
Tariq Ismail al-Hariri, 27, escaped from Al-Taiba in Jordan about 20 days ago after the Alawite gunmen came to him to arrest a third time.
Tareq Isma’il al-Hariri, aged 27, fled from al-Taibe to Jordan 10 days ago after the Alawite militants came to arrest him for a third time.
During the first of his two detentions, lasting nearly five months, he had been kept with five other Muslims in a 1m by 1.7m cell.
For 18 consecutive days he was subjected to various tortures, one of which was called dulab: his exposed feet were whipped 100 times; and another torture called the shabeh, where his wrists were clamped together and he was raised above the ground, electrocuted and beaten – including by a truncheon on his genitals.
During his second arrest Alawites used to torture him, “dulab” 4 times. He was placed with 24 Muslims in a cell size of 4 m by 3 m They were tortured and beaten for a long time. 24 hours they were kept in his underwear.
In his second detention Alawites subjected him to the dulab on four occasions. He was placed with 24 other Muslim men in a 4m by 3m cell having already endured with others the intense and prolonged beating of the “welcoming party” and 24 hours of exposure to the elements, dressed in just his underpants.
Isma’il told how the Alawites, breaking a glass bottle, forced it into the anus of one of the Muslims.
Another Muslim was hung by Alawites in the shabeh position tied his genitals to a large bag of water which was then thrown violently around the room. An older Muslim, who was with them in the same cell, died due to the lack of medical care.
“You see them dying in front of you, knowing there is nothing you can do”, said Isma’il.
Another shocking, horrible story was told by Jihad Ahmed Diab, a 34-year-old employee of a clothing store in the city of Dera’a.
Arrested in December 2011 he was placed with 32 other prisoners in a 6m by 6m cell.
He was several times tortured with electric shocks, sometimes brutally beaten and hung in the shabeh position. Like many Muslims, he stood firmly on Islam and cursed the Alawites.
“The head of the branch [name withheld] brought me a picture of Bashar al-Assad while I was in the torture room. ‘He is your god’, he said. ‘There is only one god who is Allah’, I said, and ripped the picture out of his hands”.
“For this, he kicked me all the way down two flights of stairs… He then ordered that I be restrained in the crucifix position, and have a piece of dynamite the size of a pen tied to my left palm. ‘Boom’, it exploded and half my hand blew off. Blood flowed everywhere”.
Jihad was taken to hospital, where he managed to escape, and then cross the border with Jordan. After that, Alawite gunmen have promised families of Jihad that he will be executed if found.
source: Kavkaz Center