Orphans in Amman beaten by their own police officers
Published July 22nd, 2012 - 09:54 GMT
Many are up in arms over the ruthless beating the police gave a group of orphans doing a peaceful protest for equal rights in Jordan; a Kuwait beat boxer; the hard reality after Assad leaves; and an Alawite state in Syria?
"Police arrived at the scene and surrounded the roundabout while Orphans were sleeping. They got worried so officers assured them that everything is okay and they are here to protect them.
Minutes later hell broke loose, police went wild. The Orphans were beaten, arrested and chased out of the roundabout. Among the Orphans was a pregnant women, she got hit on her stomach with total disregard that she has a baby inside."
"Before long, Middle East leaders will awaken one morning and find the Middle East without Bashar al-Assad and Syria welcoming them with open arms.
The new reality, with all its opportunities, risks and challenges, dawns on them.
......regional leaders are worried about the state of post-Assad Syria."
Five Reasons Why There Will Not Be an Alawite State Saturday, July 21st, 2012
"Will the Alawites try to establish an Alawite State centered in the Coastal Mountains?
Many opposition figures and journalists insist that the Alawites are planning to fall back to the Alawite Mountains in an attempt to establish a separate state. This is unconvincing. Here are the top five reasons why there will not be an Alawite State."