• Mother Agnes interview


    BBC: "Mohammed Qataa's mother wanders the streets of Aleppo looking into strangers' faces as she tries to find her [14 year old] son's killers. She knows she would recognise them. She was looking right at them when, in front of a dumbstruck and terrified crowd, Mohammed was shot dead, accused of blasphemy. Recalling what happened next, she buries her face in her hands and weeps:

    "One of them shouted: 'Whoever insults the Prophet will be killed according to Sharia'," she told me. "I ran down barefoot to the streets. I heard the first shot. I fell to the ground when I got there. "One of them shot him again and kicked him. He shot him for a third time and stamped on him. "I said: 'Why are you killing him? He's still a child!' The man shouted: 'He is not a Muslim - leave!'"
    Working in the streets selling coffee to make some money, "One day last month, someone asked him for a free cup. 'Not even if the Prophet himself returns,' he had replied, laughing. That remark was a death sentence." BBC


    Extremists Ravaging Syria Created by US in 2007

    [The Redirection: Is the Administration's new policy benefitting our enemies in the war on terrorism? Seymour M. Hersh , March 5, 2007, The New Yorker]

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