SYRIA WATCH- One on One: Jenan Moussa http://beta.syriadeeply.org/2013/02/one-jenan-moussa/#.UShmUtsyswIJust back from conflict-torn Mali, the Dubai-based Moussa has made seven trips to Syria and covered most major events in the Middle East over the past two years.ND: What’s a major story in Syria that’s going uncovered?JM: I tried to find cases of women who were raped, and I did not find anybody. This is an important topic to be highlighted and to get out, but when a woman is raped, she will try to hide it and she will never speak about it in the open.We should advise these women that it’s not their fault and try to help them, because it’s terrible what they’re going through. The next trip I will try again. There should be more people trying. Among refugees, I also tried. They don’t want to talk about it, or it doesn’t exist and it’s overrated. This is such an important topic to discuss. We’re emotional people, and you know how difficult it is to separate rumors from facts.
[ed notes;she's been to Syria no less then ''7 times'',again i repeat,7 times!,and could not find one case of rape!Now im not syaing there isnt any cases of rape,but whats evidnet is the following,the zionist western media,govts and its octopus fronts have tried to build a case for regime change,using the rape accusation weapon against Assad and his military..we now that an embattled govt being systematically destabilized by worlds leading criminal powers,would never issue orders to soldiers to go rape innocent women..why not?because this gives those powers a deligitimatization weapon thats why stupid...anyway we do know the brute rebels do rape women and even children,thats already been established..anyway its interestinga pro opposition journalist could not find one single case of rape to document!!!
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