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Hafez Assad’s ‘Corrective Movement’: Mother of Syria’s evil

The “victory” of #HafezAssad achieved by kidnapping the rule of law in #Syria in 1970 was called the “Corrective Movement”

Reflections: Syria from 1997 to 2002 – Prof. Josepha Wessels

"I arrived in #Syria in 1997 during the time of Hafez #Assad and we, as foreigners were informed that it was a repressive government," writes Prof. Wessels

Assadists: Newest version of the Assassins

"[...] the crimes of the Assadists are not merely stories rooted in legend but are easily verified realities rooted in hard cold facts," writes Sophia Capalo

With 3rd generation Assadists, the worst yet to come

The dark future of Syria "is best left to the wild and surreal imagination of a Hollywood screenplay writer," writes Sam Aman

Hafez Assad’s ‘Corrective Movement’: Mother of Syria’s evil

Fifty-two years ago, #HafezAssad staged a military coup with the goal of ruling #Syria forever. His son #BasharAssad is paving the way for his own son

Hafez Assad’s ‘Liberation’ War: The 49-year-old lie

"There are still many mysteries and speculations concerning the 1973 war with Israel," writes Yasser Ashkar

Opinion | Assad’s doctrine of horror: Chemical massacres as an example

"Nine years after this horrific bloodless slaughter, the killers, led by Bashar #Assad, are still unpunished," writes Eva J. Koulouriotis

Opinion | Assad: Master of ethnic cleansing in the 21st century

"Hafez Assad [...] chose to rebuild the structure of the Syrian state in a purely sectarian way," writes Eva J. Koulouriotis.

Opinion | Assad family: Perfecting the art of perversion and abduction 

"... both [Hafez and Bashar Assad] relied on repression, refusal of peace, and brutal bloodshed," writes Yasser Ashkar.

Rifaat Assad: How to commit all kinds of crimes and not be imprisoned for a day

"While many were waiting for the news of his arrest and imprisonment, they were surprised to know of his return to Syria,” Sasapost report concludes.

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