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from BBC News

Syrian archaeologist 'killed in Palmyra' by IS militants

Syrian archaeologist killed in Palmyra by IS militants because he refused to reveal the location of key artifacts. He is now hanging, beheaded, from a light post. A sign attached to the body accused him of being an apostate who was in regular communication with and supported the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He was also accused of representing Syria at overseas conferences with "infidels", in addition to being director of Palmyra's "idols". | He was one of the top in his…

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Azaz residents say ISIS ‘disfigured the religion and the revolution’ http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Mar-12/249982-azaz-residents-say-isis-disfigured-the-religion-and-the-revolution.ashx#axzz2viEHHnXz Syrian refugees in this border outpost were delighted to hear their hometown of Azaz had been liberated – not from Bashar Assad’s troops but from Al-Qaeda fighters who subjected them to a regime that included torture and public beheadings...

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Like other totalitarian regimes that have no legitimacy and no base of support, the Saudis are wrapping themselves in religion. Saddam Hussein in the 1990s and currently Bashar al-Assad – the heads of the Baath party in Iraq and Syria – both played the religious card. However, Baathist doctrine in Iraq and Syria is basically irreligious. The Saudis are using religion as their excuse now, labeling the recent mass executions as preserving their religion when they are actually a message to…

from The Hive

Documenting Evil: Inside Assad’s Hospitals of Horror

The Man Who Exposed Bashar al-Assad's War Crimes in Syria | Vanity Fair Syrian people asked for freedom from Assad! Assad gave them genocide!

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from NY Daily News

Tunisian women wage 'sex jihad' by having sex with Syrian rebels

Women, girls travel to Syria to commit ‘sex jihad’ by sleeping with multiple Islamist fighters The Tunisian girls and women go to Syria to wage ‘sex jihad’ in order to comfort militants battling Bashar Assad, but end up pregnant. They are ‘swapped’ between as many as 100 rebels, a Tunisian politician says. || Islam, the religion of peace AND moral flexibility...I guess immoral, loose behavior is okay as long as you keep covered in your niqab.

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ISIS THREAT LOOMS FOR DAMASCUS - - The greatest crisis for the Syrian government of Bashar al-Assad since the civil war started in 2011 is looming now as rebel groups, including ISIS, continue to accumulate territory and could soon approach the capital, Damascus. While the future of the Assad regime draws the world’s attention, several religious teachers are focusing on the city itself, because its destruction is prophesied in Scripture. {Isaiah 17:1}

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Christopher Hitchens - "The fervor and single-mindedness of this deification probably have no precedent in...". religion, atheism, mythology, egypt, reincarnation, russia, ancient-rome, rome, china, kim-il-sung, kim-jong-il, north-korea, syria, haiti, babylon, 1942, ancient-egypt, baekdu-mountain, bashar-al-assad, dynasties, francois-duvalier, hafez-al-assad, jean-claude-duvalier, joseph-stalin, khabarovsk, kim-jong-suk, miraculous-births, mount-fuji

#Syria Democracy in Syria: Bashar al-Assad joked about religion of most of population, emails show Wounded Rebel Fighters Escape Syria for Treatment (www.voanews.com) Syria accepts peace plan but clashes continue (www.ajc.com) Toronto filmmaker tries to shed light on Syria's climate of fear (ww...

[VIDEO] Rev. Paolo Dall'Oglio, Jesuit Priest, Kidnapped In Syria? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/01/jesuit-priest-kidnapped_n_3684907.html?utm_hp_ref=religion A prominent Italian Jesuit who is an outspoken supporter of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad went missing in Syria Monday (July 29), fueling speculation that he has been kidnapped by an Islamist group...

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from CBC News

There is a plan to end the war in Syria — and it might even work: Brian Stewart

World powers, including arch foes, seem to have found some level of agreement on a Syria without Bashar al-Assad, Brian Stewart writes. A peace plan of sorts is coming together very quickly. Whether it works may take a while to determine.