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Dark Net operative, Palestinian-Syrian Bassel Khartabil Safadi was announced dead — since October 2015 —  by his wife, via her Facebook profile, 1 August..

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Copied from original post on Blogger, but since ‘freedom of speech’ is promoted by the USA and its stooges, Blogger is banned for Syria under the US imposed sanctions, and we have to find different ways to keep in touch with our people there.

Under the title: Misleading Media on Syria – Shaping Public Opinion, I aim to post a few examples of how the NATO aligned mainstream media is used to systematically shape public opinion by fabricating, misleading, dis-informing and deliberately manipulating in order to further the goal of theirs paymasters.

I endeavor to show irrefutable evidence of incidents that occurred while the NATO media was playing a huge role in demonizing the Syrian state, its army, its police & security forces, even normal people who just didn’t support the NATO imposed ‘spontaneous public uprising’ on them. These examples, aired by media channels based inside Syria, have caused these channels to be banned by the same parties preaching Syrians ‘democracy’ & ‘free speech’. On December 05, 2011 the European Union ministers of foreign affairs convened to come up with a decision that will stain their foreign policy & label them hypocrites forever. They decided to ban a number of Syrian based channels, namely Addounia  the privately owned satellite channel, Champress a privately owned website & Al Watan Newspaper a privately owned newspaper. And not surprisingly the Arab League, (a formation representing the governments of the Arab World, with the exception of Syria) issued an order on September 05, 2012 to 2 satellite management companies, Nilesat & Arabsat, sponsored by the League, to take down Syrian State satellite TV, Syria News another state owned satellite channel & Addounia TV the privately owned channel from air, for no publicly stated logical reason. But perhaps this is the real reason:
Exhibit no. 13: Public opinion VS Imperialists 
Nidal Jannoud & the Peaceful Revolution

Nidal Ali Jannoud born 10 July 1980 in Hakar Samkeh village, Tartous Countryside.

Nidal Jannoud, born 1980 and killed by ‘peaceful protesters’ in April 2011

Married and has a daughter called Alma, his wife gave birth to his son 40 days after his martyrdom and they called the new baby Nidal.

So many similar stories of brutality targeted thousands of Syrian families in their loved ones, many were even more brutal and savage in nature, the story of Nidal stands out as it was the one that caused a massive shock to the Syrian public being one of the first such heinous crimes the Syrian community didn’t witness since the days of the Ottomans.

He was picked based on sectarian hatred, those who picked him wanted to cause strife among the people and initiate a civil war leading to more deaths and revenges, the thing they failed till date in causing and they’re not tired to stop as their enablers have opened their money taps very wide, and their arsenal to the max to the same terrorists they claim they fight elsewhere.

Note the date of the video, with English subtitles:

On Liveleak:
YouTube is removing any video harming Al Qaeda FSA terrorists and keep their videos promoting their cause, that’s why we are referring to other sites for sharing the videos.

Do you still think that the Arab Spring in Syria was a ‘spontaneous public uprising‘ by ‘peaceful protesters‘ who just wanted ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy‘? Or after 2 years you might look at the events how we Syrians lived it throughout these 2 years or you still insist on seeing it through the western mainstream media?

They fool you, they keep fooling you and they enjoy fooling you, not because they’re smart, it’s because you’re foolable. 
– Arabi Souri

The new social network “SalamWorld” will already launch in February. “SalamWorld” is advertised to be a social network website which is in line with the religious values of Muslims worldwide and so it complies with the rules of faith for Muslims.

Maybe one could call it the “halal version” of Facebook. Of course, there is a business behind and a lot of Muslims worldwide are already registered at social networks as Facebook. But perhaps such a social network which is in line with the morally attitudes of Islam could be a good idea.

One of the managers of the social network “SalamWorld”, which is responsible for the Russian-language edition of “SalamWorld”, told the “Voice of Russia”, that “there are about 1.5 billion Muslims worldwide, but there is still no global social network for them”. We doubt that this statement is totally correct, because (even) the most Muslims use e.g. Facebook without hesitation, but it could be indeed a nice idea (also for the business side) to crest a social network for Muslims worldwide.