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31/12/2012

Un chrétien syrien décapité par des miliciens islamistes, et sa dépouille jeté aux chiens.

Mère Agnès- Mariam de la Croix.jpgMère Agnès-Myriam de la Croix. Cette religieuse carmélite est franco-libanaise, mais elle réside depuis dix-huit ans en Syrie où elle a fondé le monastère Saint-Jacques le Mutilé et la Maison d’Antioche. La grosse presse, surtout la dite française et l'ensemble de nos médias en occident, n’ont eu de cesse depuis le début des événements en Syrie, et vu le parler franc de la religieuse, de tenter de la discréditer la présentant, ni plus ni moins, comme un agent de la propagande du régime syrien… Elle tient un discours franc et non fabriqué comme nous en innonde quotidiennement la Ligue des Droits de l'Homme, basée à Londres, que nos Mainstream medias paresseux se repaissent des faussetés qu'elle propage et qui font le jeux des radicaux islamistes. Voici la nouvelle qu'elle nous a transmise via Al Arabiya News 

N.B: Merci à M.Daniel Hamiche pour le sujet qu'il a traité dans son dernier article de cette année sur Cristianophobie, que pour l'essentiel j'ai repris.

Andrei Arbashe, un chrétien syrien de 38 ans, chauffeur de taxi et jeune marié – il attendait la naissance de son premier enfant… – a été décapité par une bande de rebelles islamistes dans la ville de Ras al-Ayn, au nord de la Syrie près de la frontière turque, et son corps sans tête a été retrouvé sur le bord d’une route, à moitié dévoré par des chiens errants. Andrei Arbashe avait été enlevé par ces barbares au seul motif que son frère avait osé accuser ces bandes islamistes de se comporter comme des bandits, ce qu’ils sont en vérité.

Syrie les islamistes de l'opposition leur vrai visage..jpgSyrian rebels beheaded Christian, fed his body to dogs: nun

Monday, 31 December 2012


And it’s the official policy of the United States government to back these same rebels.

Picture of one of those rebels

A nun sounded the alarm that the Syrian conflict was becoming sectarian when she said that a Christian man was beheaded by Syrian rebels in the northern town of Ras al-Ayn on the Turkish border, and his body was fed to dogs, a British newspaper reported Monday. 

Sister Agnes-Myriam de la Croix speaking from her sanctuary in Lebanon said the newlywed taxi driver, Andrei Arbashe, was kidnapped after his brother was heard complaining that the rebels fighting against beleaguered President Bashar al-Assad were behaving like bandits, The Daily Mail reported. 

The 38-year-old Arbashe, who was soon to be a father, was found headless by the side of the road, surrounded by hungry dogs, Sister Agnes-Myriam, who is mother superior of the Monastery of St James the Mutilated, added. 
“His only crime was his brother criticized the rebels, accused them of acting like bandits, which is what they are.”

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Pic: rebels in Syria, Rebelles en Syrie

Mid-December, the newly formed Syrian National Coalition obtained wide recognition including from the United States and the European Union. France and British were one of the earliest countries from the Western world that recognized the coalition as the sole legitimate representative of the Syrian people in November. 

But Western powers until now are hesitant on whether to supply the opposition fighters with weapons. Western support so far has been in terms of non-lethal military equipment. 

Meanwhile, the 60-year-old nun condemned Britain and the West for supporting anti-Assad fighters in spite of growing evidence showing human rights violations committed by them. She listed murder, kidnapping, rape and robbery as rising crimes.

“The free and democratic world is supporting extremists,” Sister Agnes-Myriam said from her sanctuary in Lebanon. “They want to impose Sharia Law and create an Islamic state in Syria.”

One of the most effective fighting forces is the Jabat Al-Nusra, which has an ideology similar to Al Qaeda.

‘The uprising has been hijacked by Islamist mercenaries who are more interested in fighting a holy war than in changing the government,’ she said.

‘It has turned into a sectarian conflict. One in which Christians are paying a high price.’

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Pic: Here Christians who are trying to defend themselves from the rebels. Yes the League of Human Right, based in london, doesn't report the truth. Who pay them? Qatar and Arabia Saudi? I Will not be surprise at all.

In December, Washington blacklisted the opposition Jabat al-Nusra Front group, saying it was linked to al-Qaeda. U.S. officials fear that groups such as Jabat al-Nusra Front to hijack the 21-month Syrian uprising. The Syrian conflict killed more than 45,000 people.

Christians in Syria, who many of them still support Assad regime, were previously given concessions by the Syrian regime to appease them. The Christians, a minority , also skeptical over regime change in the country as they fear the rise of Islamists.

source : Daniel Hamiche, Weasel  Zipper, al Arabyia News

tags: Daniel Hamiche, Riposte catholique, soeur Agnès Miryam de la Croix, Ligue des droits de l'homme, Londres, Liban, Rebels, Monastère, Qatar, Arabie Saoudite, Bashar Al Assad, Jabat al Nusra, al-Quaeda, Great britains, Western Countries, Shariah law.

                                                
           


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