"Many people in al-Bab [city NE of Aleppo] - and apparently across Syria - were arrested just to extort money from the detainee’s families. And this was not unique to the uprising - it had been going on for a long time, former prisoneers an
d regime critics say. Hozaifa, another local resident, told me that a simple piece of paper to avoid an arrest carried out only on grounds of "suspicion" could cost a family $1,000 or more [average Syrian salary is about $250/month]. Afterwards, the security service officials might pretend not to have received the paperwork and a family would have to pay the same money again. Or they would manufacture reports that you had been "overheard insulting President Bashar", with another $1000 bribe getting you out of trouble you had never made.
Locals told us that the sheer scale of the security services' corruption and sadism in the end proved their undoing. "Some people were tortured too much,” explained Hozaifa. "If they came home, they sold everything they had to fight the regime."
Locals told us that the sheer scale of the security services' corruption and sadism in the end proved their undoing. "Some people were tortured too much,” explained Hozaifa. "If they came home, they sold everything they had to fight the regime."To be honesty to us! whatever FSA the revolutionary does their action is justified, in my eyes the FSA everything right and heroic, 2 or 3 million need food and same number of people homeless ! How do you describe this massive scale of atrocity? by any mean if the FSA carried out any actions to end this atrocity, end Syrian people's suffering their action are justified, I know you journalists, sake of your bonfire nature you would like to bonfire from nothing to something but you would know you have seen it! So be honest yourself!
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