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تاريخ التسجيل : 22/01/2012
|موضوع: A Statement of Condemnation of the lack of Professionalism of Osama Ali Suleiman (Rami Abdul-Rahman) الثلاثاء يناير 24, 2012 12:00 am|| |
A Statement of Condemnation of the lack of Professionalism of Osama AliWe the undersigned express our deep condemnation ofthe unprofessional news, which does not meet the minimum ethics of Human Rightsor honorable media activities that Mr. Osama Suleiman (Rami Abdul-Rahman) has beenpublishing about the Syrian Revolution for thefollowing reasons: First: when he equals the executioner and the victim:through propagating false claims about imaginary numbers of the security andarmy elements killed, and that are stated only by Mr. Osama Suleiman (Rami Abdul-Rahman) who does not rely on any documentation of thenumbers he gives.Second: provoking sectarian tensions: especiallyin the areas where different sects live together by pretending that the crimesof the security forces are just sectarian fighting, the thing that is not true.Such behaviour of Mr. Osama does participate in generating certain reactionsthat do not serve but the regime in this sensitive stage of the nationaluprising longing for freedom in Syria.Third: questioningthe credibility of all Syrian commissions, committees, and figures interestedin documenting the crimes committed by the Syrian regime:that is through questioning and unjustifiablyattacking all other commissions and committees and stigmatizing theircredibility and reports in an attempt to show that he is the only trustedsource of information about the Syrian Revolution, despite of the fact that hehas never supported any of the reports he issued since the eruption of theRevolution with the number of victims with their names or places in which theywere killed; whereas, all other commissions and committee do this. Accordingly,we call for the necessity to stop all direct or indirect kinds of dealing withMr. Osama Ali Suleiman (Rami Abdul-Rahman) as it may have a negative role in distorting the facts andthe real situation in Syria, which might lead to elongating the sufferings ofSyrians and deviating their struggle for freedom, and do badly for the effortsof thousands of pro-revolution activists, regardless of their ideological,racial or religious backgrounds, who have been working hardly as unknownvolunteers in supportive for the great Syrian people and their human rights.
Suleiman (Rami Abdul-Rahman)
Damascus, January 4th, 2012.Signatories (in alphabetical order in Arabic): - Dr. Ibrahim Al-Mari (Director ofthe Barada TV channel).- Abu Rami Al-Homsi (spokesmanof the Syrian Revolution GeneralCommission in the province of Homs).- Anas Al-Khani (Chief of the British Solidarity for Syria).- Anas Al-Abda (a member of theSecretariat of the Syrian National Council).- Anas Damiriya (journalist and humanrights activist).- Anas Mohamed (Syrian human rights activist).- Anwar Al-Omr (engineer and Syrian activist).- Bassam Jaara (spokesman of the Syrian Revolution General Commission in Europe).- Bashar Al-Hulwa (a Syrian lawyer in diaspora) .- Bashar Al-Haffar (General Coordinator of theCommittee of March 15th Martyrs). - Bahia Mardini (President of the Arab Committee forFreedom of Opinion and Expression).- Dr. Teglib Al-Rahbi (representative of the Revolutionaries ofFreedom and Dignity in Britain).- Husam Al-Din Mohamed (secretary of the editor of Al Quds Al Arabi) .- Hakam Al-Baba (writer and Syrian journalist). - Hakam Al-Wahib (artist). - Khaled Shahbandar (PoliticalBureau of theSyrian Revolution General Commission).- Khaled Abu Salah(spokesman of the Council of the Syrian Revolution in Homs).- Khaled Al-Berzawi (spokesman ofthe Revolution Leadership Council in Damascus).- Khelaf Ali Al-Khelaf (aSyrian writer and activist).- Rim Atassi (Syrianhuman rights activist).- Salim Al-Kabbani (Syrianhuman rights activist).- Suhair Al-Atassi (lawyer and a leadership inthe Syrian Revolution)- Sowsan Al-Johmani (Syrianactivist).- Saleh Diab (Syrian poet).- Adil Bishtawi (novelistand historian).- Amer Al-Sadiq(spokesman of Syrian RevolutionCoordinators Union).- AbdurrahmanBesma Ji (Syrian Human Rights activist).- Dr. Abdurazzaq Eid (Syrian scholar andhead of the National Council of Damascus Declaration in theDiaspora).- AbdulKarim Rihawi (President of the Syrian Association forHuman Rights).- Abdul Wahab Omar (Headof the Syrian British Solidarity Campaign).- Abdul Karim Afnan (Syrianjournalist).- Akaba Mushaweh (Syrianjournalist and political activist).- Ourouba Barakat (SyrianAssembly of Freedom and Dignity).- Aladdin Qatramiz (Syrianbusinessman and human rights activist).- Ammar Korbi (Head ofSyrian Organization for Human Rights).- Imad Derkzeli (coordinatorof the free Syrians in Britain).- Dr. Ammar Nasser(Syrian consultant physician and activist living in Britain).- Omar Idlibi (thespokesman of Local Coordination Committees in Syria-LCC)- Ali Hassan (spokesmanof Syrian Revolution GeneralCommission).- Ghalia Qabbani (Syrian writerand novelist living in Britain and a memberof the Syrian National Council).- Ghassan Ibrahim (Chairmanof the Arab Global Network in London).- Fadi Haddad (chief coordinatorof the Free Syrians in Britain).- Dr. Fadel Al-Magribi (Secretaryof the medical assistance in the coordination committee of theSyrian Revolution in Britain).- Dr. Fadia Alladighani (humanrights activist living in Paris).- Kamal Al-DinTebab (Syrian activist in the diaspora).- Dr. Lina Jamul (humanrights activist living in Britain).- Majd Jad'aan (Syrianengineer and activist).- Mohsen Al-Halak (aSyrian lawyer).- Dr. Mohammed Alnajjar (Memebrof the Syrian National Council and Chairman of the Coordination Committee ofthe Syrian Revolution in Britain).- Mohamed Al-Ali (Syrianactivist).- Mohamed Babi (Syrianactivist).- Mohammed Antabeli (Headof the independent Syrians Alliance in Britain).- Dr. Mohamed ShadiKeskin (the founder of the martyrs of March 15th, and currentSecretary General of the National Justice).- Mahmoud Suleiman(journalist and activist).- Dr. Mahmoud Al-Aqra (asurgeon and political activist living in Britain).- Dr. Musab Azzawi (MedicalDoctor and Human Rights Activist).- Marwan Hammoud (spokesmanand coordinator of foreign relations of the Syrian NationalDemocratic Alliance - Todd).- Marwan Mhasn (formerpolitical prisoner and human rights activist living in Britain).- Dr. Mehdi Ayyash (GeneralCoordinator of the Syrian British Solidarity Campaign).- Milad Saqr (Syrianjournalist).- Dr. Nizar Tewba (Representativeof the Free Syrians in Britain).- Hammam Al-Ajil (Syrianpolitical activist).- Haitham Al-Maleh (founderof the Syrian Human Rights Association and a member of theSyrian National Council).- Wajih Al-Baroudi (Syrianpolitical activist).- Wehid Saqr (SecretaryGeneral of the Syrian Unified Coalition).- Wafa TaqiAl-Din (Syrian journalist and writer livingin Britain).- Dr. Wael Al-Aji (theofficial representative in Britain ofthe National Organization for Human Rights in Syria).- Walid Koutli (directorof theater and film).