The crime that shook Syria … why did a man kill...

The crime that shook Syria … why did a man kill...
The crime that shook Syria … why did a man kill...
Did the Syrian writer and writer Ghadeer Salam really end his life after killing his daughters in the city of Tartous, or was he a victim of an orchestrated crime? This is what the Syrians who were shocked by the news of the mass crime wondered on September 27, 2020.The news of a Syrian poet and writer’s suicide after the killing of his three daughters shocked the Syrian street, but before he committed his act, he published on his personal page that he had received threats to kill and burn his family from “influential” members of the Assad regime, one of them with the rank of major general.

On the evening of September 27, he wrote a post on Facebook, explaining his reasons for the crime, in which he said:

Dear Friends: When you read, I have committed suicide and killed my daughters, because of the threats of the so-called Ahmed Deira Abu Yasser, who lives in Tartous, and the origin is from the jungle in Hama. Specified, on the 27th of the month, that is, today.Our disagreement had a 3-hour delay, that is, the ninth hour at night as the maximum, and for compelling reasons that he knew, and I explained it to him in detail, and he did not try to accept or understand it, noting that I mentioned it to him in a lengthy message on Facebook Messenger first, and I completed the explanation and confirming the compelling delay today.

But he did not accept this because of his group that pressures him, he said. Ahmed’s threats were about killing my daughters and burning us, as shown in an audio recording of him on my tap, which is today’s recording, and he and those behind him are able to do so.

Salam also mentioned in the post that one of the reasons that prompted him to commit suicide was the betrayal of his brother and a friend of him, when they were volunteers in the “Fifth Corps” 3 years ago, when they stole weapons and ammunition from the Corps and sold them to destinations he did not know, including anti-armor missiles, as he acknowledged. His brother after much denial, he said.


He also shares with him (that is, with Adira) called Binyamin al-Kurdi Abu al-Miqdad, who does everything, but with fraud, and lives in Dweir Sheikh Saad .. and Ahmed Adira works for his relative (wholesale distributor), and the name of his relative is Hassan Razzuq Abu Ali, owner of the Lotus Trading Company. Note: As for Ahmed Adira, if he is sincere, then the pressure is from the group that demands from him the outcome of my work, in addition to another reason, which is the betrayal of my brother Firas Hafez Salama, his mother Hiyam, and his companion Issam Muhammad, when we were volunteers in the Fifth Corps 3 years ago, when they stole weapons and ammunition from the Corps They sold them to parties I do not know, including anti-armor missiles, as my brother admitted to me after many denials. Most of Halfaya, before and after it was plundered, along with many of the legionaries there, by means of what is called looting .. and the issue of treason I did not bear at all .. In my tab there is much information at the beginning of the notes.

Salam indicated that the threat he received is contained in an audio recording on his “TAP” device, in addition to other information explaining the full causes of the crime.

But this post was deleted from his Facebook page shortly after, and then the page was deleted entirely.

So who is Ghadeer Salam, and who is his group that presses Ahmed Adira to obtain the “outcome of an act of peace”, and what is the origin of this work because of which this massacre took place?

Ghadeer Salam is a well-known mathematics teacher, fiction writer and poet in the city of Tartous. He was born in 1966. He was a volunteer in the Fifth Corps supported by Russia, and some Syrians describe him on social media as “the ghost of the regime.”

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency, the Ministry of Interior explained that there had been news of a shooting in the neighborhood of Al-Jamaa in the sixth project, so a patrol headed to the scene, where a woman was seen at the door of a house with a gunshot wound in her left leg, which turned out to be Kifah Muhammad Ali, who is the wife of the owner of the house The person named Mutaa Salameh (Ghadeer Salama) bin Hafez, born in 1966, Hama Governorate.

In a statement, the ministry indicated that the father fired a military rifle at the mother and her three daughters, Shaima (22 years), a university student, Khuzama (20 years), a student of an industrial institute, and Shaden (17 years), a student in the third grade of high school, then fired. on himself.

Upon entering the house, it became clear that the father was indeed dead with his daughters, and the judicial and medical examination body was brought.

The ministry pointed out that the preliminary investigation revealed that there were “material disputes” with “Ahmed A.”, and another person called “Benjamin K.”, who made his threat, and they were arrested and investigations are still ongoing with them.

But matters get more complicated, as deleting the post shortly after its publication raises the possibility of someone hacking the account, not to mention that some people question the method of writing the post, which is not appropriate for a poet and writer.

On the same page, Ghadeer Salam had written a post on the night of his death, entitled “Varieties and the outcome of a life,” which is the sixth part of a series that Salam wrote under this title, in which he talked about the war on Syria in an analytical framework, and he concluded his post with the phrase “Maybe he will follow”.

And he had concluded the fifth part of the same series with the phrase “he may follow,” unlike the previous parts, which he used to conclude with the word only “follow.”

The “Russia Today” website published that the preliminary criminal investigations revealed the presence of 4 bullets in the body of the father, to undermine the theory of suicide and favor the theory that another person seized the Ghadeer Salam page, and published a blog listing specific names known for their close relationship with the Assad regime in order to mislead.

As it turned out that Brigadier General Essam Khair Bey is the brother of the late Major General, and Deputy Vice President Nassif Khair Bey, Essam has held the position of Director of the Office of Defense Minister Mustafa Tlass for more than 15 years.

As for Ahmed Adira, according to the post, he works as a wholesale distributor for the Lotus Trading Company, a company that distributes perfumes, clothes and accessories according to the official directory.

The crime, whether murder or suicide, coincided with a new escalation of businessman and Bashar al-Assad’s cousin Rami Makhlouf.

Makhlouf accused the regime of running the largest monument in the Middle East “with a security cover for the benefit of the rich in war.”

Makhlouf wrote in a post on his personal Facebook page:

“The largest fraud in the Middle East with a security cover for the benefit of the rich in war, who were not satisfied with impoverishing the country, but rather turned to plundering humanitarian institutions and their projects by selling their assets and leaving them without projects and income, to impoverish the poor and prevent him from finding an outlet for continuation.”

Makhlouf added, “Believe me, the injustice that is occurring will be much different between before and after this event.”

Makhlouf indicated in his post that he had been ignored by the regime, and he said: “Therefore, after sending several books to the government without an answer, today I sent a letter to the President of the Supreme Judicial Council to put in his hands this issue, to deal with it and restore rights to those poor who have nothing left but this institution and its projects to take care of them. “.

He added, “We all have confidence in the President of the Supreme Judicial Council that he will deal with the matter wisely, fairly and firmly, especially as it is the issue of an entire community that has been greatly affected by this heinous crime, which affected the poorest segment of the Syrian society.”

Makhlouf also continued his post, saying: “We have established all these companies over thirty years, and they contain large and many projects, and they are all productive and effective. We transferred their ownership to the Ramak Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Projects, which is like an endowment.”

He continued his post: “We deprived ourselves, our family and our children of the ownership of these companies and their profits, and donated them to serve the poor and needy, who unfortunately many of them have fallen under the poverty line. Of the Syrian society from these projects and their returns, “as he described it.

Makhlouf concluded: “The issue is clear and clear, and justice for these poor is in the hands of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, and God is the watchdog.”

On September 27, 2020, Makhlouf approved the establishment of several companies as a front abroad to assist Assad in circumventing the US sanctions, which affected Makhlouf.

It is worth noting that the crisis between Rami Makhlouf and Al-Assad appeared in public in April 2020, when Makhlouf denounced the Syrian government’s decision to impose taxes on his company, Syriatel. The largest mobile phone company in Syria.

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