Just a Statistic- By Syrian Hamster

Yesterday, Bashar Al-Assad, or as I would call it  dog-poop athad to indicate my infinite contempt to this entity, was placed at the top of war criminals list that was handed to the International Criminal Court. While the dynamics on the ground in the region do not assure anyone that this “ass-hole”  will at any time soon face the court, it would be a great fantastic day when a judge would tell it to suck an egg, eat shit, or just simply go fuck itself and stop its blathering sophistry.

Two assholes together.

The dog and its evil master. Both have been responsible for hundreds of thousands of murders in the region and beyond.

Many Syrians dream of that day. Most, however, have much more than court on their mind, their plans for dog-poop include impaling and other forms of “reciprocation” they believe would be the minimum standard for punishing the asshole. I recall one hyper “assad is popular” menhebbakji who would use what I wrote above to masturbate its smart-ass (half truth here) brain, into a climatic tantrum of deceitful and ugly sophistry, mixed with and fake sectarian indignation about how hateful this rat is. But you know, I don’t give a rat’s ass about this kind of creatures any more. The Syrians waiting to see the asshole assad impaled re not psychopaths, nor are they merely hateful (they should be), they just recognize that with that son of a bitch being alive, there is no future, not for Syria and not for the region. But they also have at hundreds of thousands of far more serious reasons to want to see the asshole assad impaled. Here are some numbers as of the end of May 2014 that were published by the Democratic Republic Studies Center (DRSC).  Let us start by enumerating the duration of this sadist asshole crime against humanity

Duration

 38.5 Months
1,173 Days
28,152 Hour

Now the Numbers

Number of fully documented martyrs (I prefer the phrase assad victims at least from the legal point) 118,863 including 2,250 Palestinian, 12,130 child victims, 11,475 women, and 6,495 murdered under torture

Estimate number of martyrs 230,000 (80% civilians) including

  • 2,400 Palestinians
  • 15,000 child victims,
  • 14,000 women and
  • 18,500 murdered under torture (which include those whose emaciated photos were smuggled out)

Approximate number of wounded: More than 187,370
Approximate number of detainees: More than 258,2600 (including those few who were recently released)
Approximate number of missing: More than 99,4400
Number of refugees outside Syria : More than 3,566,740
Number of internally displaced refugees: More than 7,650,000

Total number of victims of violence (11,880,673) including murdered by weapons, wounded, detainees, disappeared, refugees and displaced.

Syrian families that have been affected amount up to 60% of the total population of Syria, the total number of family members affected is 15,627,402. These are the families of those murdered by weapons, wounded, detainees, disappeared, refugees and displaced.

The number of families who lost the main earner of the house hold is 125,000 families (nearly 868,000 people)

Some math

  • Every 4 minutes, the assad regime detains a citizen
  • Every 10 minutes, the assad regime wounds a citizen
  • Every 13 minutes, the assad regime disappears a citizen
  • Every 15 minutes, the assad regime murders a citizen
  • Every day, the assad regime murders 8 children
  • Every day, the assad regime expels as refugees 3,040 citizens and internally displaces 6,521 citizens.

ISIS is a major threat to the revolution, so is Al-Nusra, but the most significant enemy of humanity remains the asshole assad and its clan. Anytime someone tries to bring ISIS to equivocate for the asshole, my only answer would be similar to that of the imaginary Judge talking to the asshole assad “i,e. GFYS”.  ISIS is an historical issue that needs to be dealt with, but it can only be dealt with after we get rid of the criminal rulers, after we return their sectarian thugs in hizbulla to their rightful places in jail for their crimes, and after Iran is fully neutered as a source of evil and of terrorism in the region. If Obama does not understand this, then he is welcomed to meet my foul mouthed judge.

Some links (recent)

New UN report describes horrific and systematic torture of Syrian victims

Full report May 2014 in pdf (Arabic with figures) 

CNN links on torture in assad’s dungeons of murder 

 

Posted on June 12, 2014, in Barak Obama, Bashar Al-Assad, Crimes Against Humanity, Syrian Regime Crimes Against Humanity and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 298 Comments.

  1. Very strange things are going on , Erdogan left Davos to KSA, to express condolences for the death of king Abdullah, while Sisi was in Davos and he didi not go, meanwhile Izzat Ibrahim sent very nice letter to king Salman expressing deep condolences,

  2. Under a pall of confusion, and with apparent a deal that was cut between Obama and Assad, Obama cut the funding to Syrian rebels, while in public his administration is saying Assad has lost all his legitimacy

    أوباما أزاح مبارك، و أتى بالسيسي مكانه، بهذا ازال شخصية مبارك و أبقى على النظام، و هذا ما يريده أوباما في سورية، و روسيا وافقت، و لكن الاسد ما زال مقاوماً

  3. “Not even the combined forces of the Assad regime and ISIS can wipe away such beauty”

    Al-Kindi / Julien Jâlal Eddine Weiss – “La Syrie me manque”

  4. HizB has full right to respond to Israel attack, I salute his response today, HizB is tired , and lost thousands of his soldiers, in Syria , may not be able to respond to Israel attack, Israel on the other side, can not risk devastating war with HizB , still the Israeli response may be severe, , last week Israel threaten of Israel action in Syria , in case HizB responds

  5. Many unanswered questions, and many things are going on behind the curtain,

  6. Israel knows very well that escalation means HizB have to pull its troops from Syria, that puts Assad in serious danger, Israel decided not to escalate

  7. No doubt, the southern front is achieving victory, the next battle is Izraa,

  8. The gulf states now realize that the only way to stop Iran is to depend on Islamists, the Sisi recent revelations will change the Gulf states strategy

  9. The crimes of ISIS cover the crimes of Assad regime and Iran, both Assad and Iran do not like for ISIS to go away

  10. الجبهة التركية الخليجية أصبحت ضرورة ملحة لمواجهة الجراد الايراني

  11. BBC interview of Assad, he denied the government is using barrel bombs, he denied he is killing his Syrian people, he denied he is starving Syrians, he admitted he is getting informations from Americans thru third parties, he denied he used Chemical Weapons against Ghouta children,
    Assad said early in the conflict some soldiers died, who killed them? They were not killed by rebels, they were killed by by his Shabeeha to discredit the rebels
    This is typical of criminal dictator

  12. USA is increasing the military supply to Jordan, also sending them advanced weapons, that is more accurate,
    Jordan angry for killing their pilot, they vowed to attack da ish, the only way for Jordan to do that is to go either through Syria , or through Iraq, the first is more likely

  13. The triple homicide in Chapel Hill, victim’s sister demands justice. One loss of life is far too many, three young people were shot dead inside their apartment. Yet the latest murders in the USA have angered lots of Muslims.

    Dr. Suzanne Barakat, the sister of Deah Barakat, explains why she sees the act as a hate crime, and what she would see as justice, saying, “there is an immense amount of hatred and prejudice that is weaved into our society against Muslims these days.”

    A must watchinterview, such an articulate young American, still grieving the loss of her 23 year old brother, his wife 21, her sister 19.
    Duration: 6:39

    http://www.msnbc.com/melissa-harris-perry/watch/chapel-hill-victims-sister-demands-justice-399271491617

  14. Who are the people behind funding and spreading Islamophobia in the United States?

    Watch:

    http://www.democracynow.org/2015/2/16/fear_inc_20_as_anti_muslim

  15. Seems there is a pattern in the so called Jihadists, in addition they are all mentally ill.
    They are imprisoned as criminals, they exit radicalized, why, who and how?
    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-31489264

  16. Mustard front split away from Al Qaeda

  17. Nusra Front split away from Al Qaeda

  18. How do we delete mistake

  19. Extremism and terrorism is the direct response to weak central government, we see that in Libya and Syria, and Iraq, so we should expec tt in Egypt.
    Terrorism grows and flourishes at the borders, where central government is weaker,
    Extremism and terrorism is exactly like cancer, it will spread, if you eradicate it early you cure the country, if you wait till it spreads, then it is impossible to eliminate it and the country will die, in this I mean foreign occupation becomes necessary, since the central government is weak, this cancer will spread locally and if it is given time will spread to distant areas

  20. Majedkhaldoun, i came across this article, similar to what you wrote.

    Misgovernment, not religion, has sunk the Middle East

    Comparing ISIL and other Middle Eastern extremists to the Crusaders and Jim Crow supporters who killed for Christ is an easy analogy. It is also wrong and diversionary, because it conceals the share of responsibility that the United States and its allies bear for the region’s chaos.

    There are three actors whose policies in the modern Middle East have brought the region to its wrecked condition today. The first, and oldest, is the centuries-old tradition of Western powers who have repeatedly invaded militarily and tried to shape it for the sake of their own interests, leaving savage and violent lands like Iraq and Afghanistan in their wake. The second, and most important, is the chronically autocratic, incompetent, violent and corrupt form of Arab governance that has denied citizens a role in shaping their societies or holding leaders accountable. Hundreds of millions of Arabs remain politically incapacitated before their security-based, mostly family-run governments that remain in power for decades at a time, thanks heavily to support by foreign powers. The third reason is the waste, destruction and mass political humiliation that defines many Arab countries due to their losing encounters with an Israeli state that is unconditionally supported in its actions by the U.S. The crowning example of this was the 100-0 vote in the U.S. Senate to support Israel during the war in Gaza last summer.

    The combination of these three ailments that have disfigured much of the Arab world in modern history has led to hundreds of millions of disgruntled, vulnerable and fearful young Arab men and women who lack both the political means to change their societies for the better and the socioeconomic opportunities to achieve their full human potential.

    http://alj.am/1FVKKIe

  21. Which is more important to Iran? Obtaining nuclear power, or Assad? The answer is very clear , except to the dumb and stupid, Iran with nuclear power is so strong , it will dominate the Middle East, US will not be able to wage war against Iran if Iran has nuclear power, for the risk of Iran May strike next door neighbor ,Israel, and the majority of Muslims will side with Iran , if Iran has nuclear weapons , Assad will become irrelevant ,
    The election in US is getting close, Iran will procrastinate , they are good at it , the republican will say ( it is best to prevent Iran from getting the weapons NOW , than later when it is too late) , Democrats will not take the risk, it is their national security , Obama will be making serious mistake if he waits, Democrats will certainly lose the election, unless he shows strong stand,
    The time is running out for Iran, procrastination to take advantage of weak and hesitant Obama has a limit

  22. Majedkhaldoun

    We were told US is leaving Afghanistan by 2014, so what is going on there?

  23. Majedkhaldoun

    Some say that USA making a deal with Iran, where Iran will have some power in Syria, and Assad May stay, I doubt that, I don,t think US will concede any control over Syria to Iran, US wants to defang Iran and take away its nuclear power, while in Syria , American policy is to prevent Erdogan from gaining power
    US would prefer Syria independent, not divided, that is a guarantee that Erdogan will stay weak, dividing Syria will lead to small countries that may opt to unite with Turkey to survive, this will empower Erdogan.
    Keeping Assad means HizB will stay strong, confronting Israel, and endangering its security in the future, so U S is not a friend of HizB ,and US consider HizB. a terrorist organization, and HizB is an arm to Iran,
    US prefers that the status quo stays,and is looking for someone from inside the Assad regime, get rid of Assad and change the equation this can only happen if Iran increases it’s presence in Syria and the Alawis feel the danger of Iran

  24. Graeme Wood’s “What ISIS Really Wants,” published in the March 2015 edition of The Atlantic, has quickly become the most widely read article on the militant group. Indeed, it is becoming the most read article ever published by The Atlantic.

    Popular as it is, Wood’s essay is deeply flawed and alarmingly tone-deaf – dangerously so. What is so objectionable about Wood’s essay is encapsulated in his statement: “The reality is that the Islamic State is Islamic. Very Islamic.” While Wood acknowledges that “nearly all” Muslims of the world reject ISIS, ultimately his thesis is that the atrocities committed by the group have a theological basis in Islam. In support of his thesis, Wood cites Princeton academic, Bernard Haykel, who not only agrees that ISIS is “very Islamic,” but even goes so far as to say that those Muslims who denounce ISIS as un-Islamic are either ignorant about Islam or are simply being politically expedient by deliberately whitewashing the legal and historical dimensions of their religion.

    By characterizing ISIS as Islamic, Wood and Haykel in effect, if not intent, attribute cruel beheadings, wanton massacre, and all other manner of savagery to Islam. In their minds, such an attribution is neither factually incorrect nor particularly damaging to “nearly all” Muslims who reject ISIS. But are Wood and Haykel too naïve to understand that by making such attributions to Islam, they ipso facto implicate and foment suspicion about all those who subscribe to Islam?

    Of course, their attributions are factually incorrect and conceptually confused as we will discuss below. But their mistakes are especially egregious given the current climate of anti-Muslim bigotry. In light of the recent hate crimes directed towards the American and European Muslim communities, Wood’s piece is tantamount to shouting “Fire!” in a crowded theatre and, therefore, deserves a thorough rebuttal, if nothing else.

    Below are twenty-one points that not only critique Wood’s essay and ISIS’s ideology but also take stock of the larger discourse surrounding Muslims, the War on Terror, and the intersection of government policy and the study of Islam in Western academia.

    http://muslimmatters.org/2015/02/23/what-is-islamic-a-muslim-response-to-isis-and-the-atlantic/

  25. Majedkhaldoun

    The victory of Syrian revolution means a victory to humanity

  26. Majedkhaldoun

    Kerry said Scorpion is gentle domestic animal, referring to Iran

  27. Majedkhaldoun

    After Nusra defeated Hazm group in Idlip, US assassinated Nusra military leader Abu Hammam Al Shami

  28. REVEALED: The oil middleman between the Syrian regime and ISIS

    Isil fighters captured the oilfields of eastern Syria in 2013. Since then, the regime is believed to have funded the jihadists by purchasing oil from Isil. But those links are understood to extend further than was previously thought. Instead of merely being a customer for Isil’s oil, the regime is understood to be running some oil and gas installations jointly with the terrorist movement.

    This article was from The Daily Telegraph

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/revealed-the-oil-middleman-between-the-syrian-regime-and-isis-2015-3#ixzz3TpOlZxRp

  29. Majedkhaldoun

    Iran sent troops to inside Iraq, Iran is colonizing Iraq, this will be the beginning of future crisis, Iran is making enemies, recent statements from Iran is provoking Turkey,

  30. After Syria horrors, refugees start life anew in Germany – interactive

    In December, about 60,000 Syrians made their way to Germany. Some went through UN agencies, while others travelled illegally; all had suffered untold hardship in their homeland. Nine of these refugees relate their experiences, describing how they have found support and a sense of purpose in Germany, not least by participating in a reimagined version of Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte alongside German opera singers. Click on the images below to read their stories

    http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/ng-interactive/2015/mar/12/syria-refugees-new-life-germany-mozart-cosi-interactive

  31. Majedkhaldoun

    Blessed this Syrian revolution, all the world conspired against , yet it is still going, I am proud to support it

  32. Reports link Islamic State recruiter to Canadian Embassy in Jordan

    Defence Minister Jason Kenney, speaking to reporters Friday in Calgary, said he has never heard Rashid’s name before and refused further comment. “We don’t comment on allegations or operations about our intelligence agencies,” Kenney said.

    NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar said the government’s refusal to outright deny the reports out of Turkey lends credence to them.

    “They haven’t responded,” he said. “And in light of the fact that there’s been more than 24 hours for the government to establish the facts as to what happened, I can only conclude that there is some truth to this story.”

    Dewar said if the reports are true, that would be devastating for Canada’s credibility, and, at the very least, reiterate the need to increase oversight over the spy agency’s activities.

    “We have been engaged with someone who is not blocking people from travelling to Syria to join up with ISIL, they’re actually facilitating it,” he said.

    http://www.canada.com/News/canada/Reports+link+Islamic+state+recruiter+Canadian+Embassy+Jordan/10887293/story.html

  33. I find it interesting: non of the ISIS pundits has mentioned the allegations of the recruiter by Canadians.

    The story has not one mentioning on all the Twitter accounts of the ‘Terror Experts’.

  34. Majedkhaldoun

    It is clear that ISIS is connected with Israel, and connected with Assad regime, it has nothing to do with Islam, and the terrorist acts in Paris and Tunis is likely they were done by Israel order, Israel wants to derail the images of Arab spring, Israel I am sure , is behind the Sisi coup in Egypt,
    Assad also is connected with ISIS , today it is revealed that there are deals between ISIS and Assad regime involving electricity supply, previously we know the oil arrangements between

  35. Majedkhaldoun

    Iran lend Syria so far over 60 billion dollar, Hizb troops in Syria, Iraqi Shiite troops in Syria, Iran troops in Syria, Iranian are migrating to Syria, and buying properties
    if this war end to Assad advantage, we can imagine what Assad will become, a stooge with no power
    right now Assad forces are driving around picking men to recruit them to the army

  36. Majedkhaldoun

    http://syria-news.com/readnews.php?sy_seq=178239
    5 years in reserve and no hope to let them go

  37. More on ‘Terror Experts':

    The $450 an Hour Terror Industry Echo Chamber

    Say whatever is needed to convict Muslim defendants; feign neutrality while spewing ideology

    https://www.emptywheel.net/2015/03/24/the-450-an-hour-terror-industry-echo-chamber/

  38. Majedkhaldoun

    Finally Saudi did right , they strafed the Houti, and many Arab countries support KSA, , KSA attack from air, and ready to use army and navy
    Russia made empty threat, Iran who now sees the end of their agents in Yemen, will not do anything militarily, since US is supporting this action , if Iran intervene, it will be a disaster to Iran, HizB is dismayed, because Iran is not doing anything,
    In Iraq the attack on Tikrit has been haulted, simply because U S is not supporting by air.
    The rebels in Syria made major advances in Busra and Idlip,
    All to gather it is not a good week to Iran

  39. Majedkhaldoun

    Iran objected to KSA intervention in Yemen but support Iran and HizB intervention in Syria, clear contradiction
    Iran will be the loser in Yemen, but the good thing they ,the Arab Gulf Countries, are
    forming common Arabic Force, this may stay to fight in Syria
    AlSisi was shunned by KSA ,he offers his help, but was told thanks but no thanks

  40. Majedkhaldoun,

    No really, do you really trust KSA? They meddled in every noble uprising: Bahrain, Egypt, Syria.. and sole handily, they corrupted the SNC. On the humanitarian level, they allowed non-Syrian refugees in their country. They were fearful of the Arab Spring to reach their bedrooms. Saudis are itching to reclaim their countries from the nepotistic family.
    Both countries Iran and Saudi Arabia are two faces of the same coin. Literally.
    They care neither about their people nor their religion. Like Assad, they care only about their survival.
    Just fyi, Iran and Hizbullah are no longer on USA’s terror list.

  41. Majedkhaldoun

    My dear N.Z.
    I do not like KSA, I think they are corrupt kingdom, it is not a matter of I trust KSA, the question is how is this action will benefit the Syrian people? , what I read in what is going on now the the creation of new Alliance, this Alliance is what the US was afraid to see, it is Alliance between Turkey and KSA, along with this Alliance is the creation of common Arabic Force, these two things are very very important.
    First I am sure you you noticed that Sisi of Egypt was ignored and was not told about the impending attack in Yemen, he now, is pushing to participate, he is volunteering to send troops , navy and Air Force to Yemen, does that tell you some thing?
    Second in the next few months we will have a Common Arabic Force, this I have been pushing for it for long time, this force can be used in different places, you know what I mean.
    Third Erdogan is very smart, do you think Erdogan would issue such great support to KSA free? No there is a price for this strong support, the price is Assad head, this Alliance will be used along with the Common Arabic force to support the rebels in Syria, this Alliance can not be stopped by USA, the price of Turkey support of KSA is KSA support to Turkey to get rid of Assad And confront USA with strong Alliance, meanwhile this Alliance will help Turkey economically, and will weaken Iran, and force it to change its policy, the Alliance has great benefit, it will be the beginning of greater Alliance that includes other countries, Alliance is power,the fruits of this power will be very delicious indeed

  42. Thanks Majedkhaldoun for the clarification,
    Unfortunately, I’m not as optimistic as you are. Their aim remains not their people. Yet, we will go on..mending our peoples lives until real change is achieved.
    We will not give up..

  43. Majedkhaldoun

    Iran according to Shiite sources will not help the Houthi by fighting KSA, Ali Abdullah Saleh made a mistake by allying with Houthi, and he realized his mistake, now calling for dialogue, he is going to lose his money, which is estimated by twenty billion, and will lose more, the army in Yemen which is made mostly by officers loyal to him will suffer a defeat.
    The important question , how long this fight is going to last?
    Also we know that KSA army is no match to Iran Army, KSA needs Turkey and Pakistan, they are deterring Iran from harming KSA, Iran is a loser in this fight
    US would love to see a fight between Iran and Turkey
    KSA is indebted to Turkey

  44. Majedkhaldoun

    Congratulation to the Rebels, Idlib is free, this is turning point, it means Assad lost the ability to advance, he was stopped in Halap, and Rebels won in Busra, and now Idlib is free, this year will be the year Assad will be obliged to negotiate his departure

  45. Majedkhaldoun

    Happiness is when you watch your enemy lose, and becomes angry

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