Reality of Terrorism “Iran”

Directed by: Issam Khoury

Syria-Iranian protest front UN in NY, Sep 20.2016,

The demonstrators around two thousand protester

الاحتجاجات الايرانية السورية امام مبنى الامم المتحدة ، وصل عدد المتظاهرين لاكثر من ألفي متظاهر

وتكلمت عشرات الشخصيات بالالاضافة لعروض تعبيرية توضح حجم الالاعتقال السياسي في ايران وسوريا وكمية القتلى الذين سببتهم  الجمهورية الاسلامية الايرانية

قصف النظام السوري للمدنيين “تصوير الدفاع المدني السوري”

Syrian regime shelling of civilians “Photography civil defense Syrian

صور مسربة من السجون السورية “وثائق قيصر”

this photo from Syrian prisons “documents Caesar”

When they took me inside the prison, I could smell the torture. It’s a particular smell of humidity, blood and sweat; it’s the torture smell. They took me three floors underground. There were seven of us after the beatings. We were taken into our cell. It was about 2.5 meters by 3 meters. There was a big wall at the end of the room with a hole. There is no shower, just a toilet. It’s dirty and wet; water is leaking from the roof of the cell. It’s totally dark; there is no light; you can’t even see the other people in the same room with you.

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تقرير الامنستي حول سجن صيدنايا

Torture and other ill-treatment have been perpetrated by the Syrian intelligence services and other state forces for decades, fostered by a culture of impunity that is reinforced by Syrian legislation. However, since the current crisis in Syria began in 2011, the situation has become catastrophic, with torture committed on a massive scale.

مقالات حول الحدث:

https://globalvoices.org/2016/08/19/when-they-took-me-inside-syrias-saydnaya-prison-i-could-smell-the-torture/

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