The Battle Is NOT Over

 For years, the Syrians have been living under the shadow of foreign-backed and imposed world terrorism. Such terrorism is according to the multi-purposes sinister schemes, whether by the perpetrators of the ugliest forms of slaughter, destruction, and kidnapping, or by the masters of terrorism for socio-political-demographic geopolitical, or even for treason, grudge and fratricide genes of the ewes!

One of the unbearable aspects of the brutal inhuman catastrophes imposed upon the Syrians was not only to slaughter them, cannibalize their human parts, but  to kidnap them, children, women, elderly and even infants!

Mrs, Raifa Haidar, one of the hundreds of Syrian women kidnapped by the terrorist Wahabbi Al-Qaeda affiliates in Syria, has recently sent a letter to Minister of Information, Engineer Mohamad Ramez Turjiman, about the kidnapped in general and those who belong to the Ministry staff in particular.

Mrs, Raifa Haidar, according to a hand-written letter received by the Syria Times, mentioned the name of Haitham Abdulkarim Moussa, his wife Sounia Ibrahim Dayoub, and their daughter Maya Moussa, who was 13 years old when she was kidnapped by the terrorists.

Maya Moussa should by now by a university student in light of her distinction and talents. Unfortunately, tens of other family members, including children are by now dispersed among many terrorist factions, said Mrs, Raifa Haidar in her letter.

 

Mrs, Raifa Haidar included some names, among the thousands of yet unknown terrorist groups which kidnapped them, of the kidnapped by terrorists under inhuman and brutal conditions, calling for their release and freedom along with hero Sidqi Al-Maqt and his Syrian co-nationals and Palestinian brothers imprisoned under the yoke of Israeli occupation :

 

 

Name and surname

Date of Birth

Mother’s name

Father’s name

Fadi Kaddour

Salameya 1977

Shaheera

Jehad

Ali Kaddour

Salameya 1992

Shaheera

Jehad

Alla’ Kaddour

Salameya 1984

Shaheera

Jehad

Sulieman Mere’

Jableh

 

Hasan

Meelad Mere’

Jableh

Kaseemah

Sulieman

Majed Mere’

Jableh

Kaseemah

Sulieman

Maymoun Mere’

Jableh

Kaseemah

Sulieman

Kaseema Tamer

Jableh 1967

 

 

Tarek Sefou

Salameya 1978

Sameeha

Shareef

Samar Farha

Salameya 1977

Aamal

Ameen

Merai Sefou

Salameya 2004

Samar

Tareq

Omar Sefou

Salameya 2008

Samar

Tareq

Shadi Maqsoud

Salameya 1976

Khetam

Esmaeil

Hadi Maqsoud

Salameya 1978

Khetam

Esmaeil

Mazen Maqsoud

Salameya 1982

Zahra

Esmaeil

Reem Maqsoud

Salameya 1975

Khetam

Esmaeil

Esmaeil Maqsoud

Salameya 1953

Maryam

Ali

Botoul A’bboud

Mesyaf 1998

Reem

Naa’eem

Marwa A’bboud

Mesyaf 1997

Reem

Naa’eem

Mazen al-Akkari

Salameh 1984

Hasna

Ali

Doreed Rajouh

Tartous 1979

Aamal

Ali

Mohammad Abdullah

Salameya 1950

 

 

Daa’ed al-Ali

Salameya 1965

Fatemah

Kheder

Hafez Abdullah

Salameya 1983

Daa’ed

Mohammad

Anas Abdullah

Salameya 1985

Daa’ed

Mohammad

Basmah Abdullah

Salameya 1988

Daa’ed

Mohammad

Joudi Asa’ad

Tartous 2013

Basemah

Waseem

Nawal al-Rateb

1974

Hasna

Ali

Hamad Deeb

Lattakia 1967

 

Mahmoud

Jaa’far Deeb

Lattakia 1999

Nawal

Ahmad

Haydar Deeb

Lattakia 2002

Nawal

Ahmad

Raghdaa’ Fahed

Salameya 1964

Suhayla

Fayez

Ali Fahed

Salameya

Rehab

Fedaa’

Kehlah Suleiman

Homes

 

Abdou

Hanan Suleiman

Homes

Kheyzaran

Mohammad

Mervan al-Ksankari

Kerdaha 1979

Khofran

Ali

Mervat Nakkar

Lattakia 1974

Wafeeka

Saleem

Jaa’far Naa’ameh

Lattakia 1968

Na’ameh

Kamel

Ameenah Howeejeh

Jableh 1957

 

 

Houda Mahmoud

Tartous 2000

Ameenah

Akel

Abeer Mahmoud

Tartous

Ameenah

Akel

Doa’aa’ Alloush

Salameya 1993

Seham

Abdullah

Tareq Alloush

Salameya

Seham

Abdullah

Mohammad Alloush

Salameya

Seham

Abdullah

Hasan al-Sagheer

Salameya

Tamrah

Mahmoud

Rabab Kaddaha

Salameya 1972

 

Khoder

Marwah al-Sagheer

Salameya 1998

Rabab

Hasan

Samer al-Sagheer

Salameya2001

Rabab

Hasan

Sezar Kareem

Damascus 1966

Tharwa

Mahmoud

Maysam al-Khateeb

Palestine 1997

Sezar

Mohammad Naser

Salam al-Khateeb

Palestine 2004

Sezar

Mohammad Naser

Eskandar Maghlouta

Lebanon 1960

Kareemah

Mekaeil

Shadi Maghlouta

Lebanon 1994

Fadya

Eskander

Rola Dergham

1982

Ensaf

Mahmoud

Nahed Zenou

Salameya 1977

Na’eemah

Kasem

Shaymaa’ Mohammad

Mesyaf

Nahed

Mahmoud

A’alaa’ Mohammad

Mesyaf

Nahed

Mahmoud

Yamen Habeeb

Salameya 1980

Rasmeya

Khoder

Ayman Habeeb

Salameya1979

Rasmeya

Khoder

Feras Hana

Salameya1985

Fekrat

Daoud

Majed Hana

Salameya1981

Fekrat

Daoud

Ibraheem Rahmeh

Salameya1956

Shaheera

Mostafa

Basel Rahmeh

Salameya1983

Khouroub

Ibraheem

Najah Esmaeil

Kerdaha 1974

 

Ali

Joudat Mahmoud

Tartous 1956

 

Mohammad

Mazen Mahmoud

Tartous 1995

Rajaa’

Jaodat

  ** Zeino

Salameya 1976

Zaynab

Bader

Gheyath Zeeno

Salameya 1967

Zaynab

Bader

Khalil Khalil

Salameya 1985

Ebtisam

Housein

Ragheb Kana’an

Salameya 1954

Kolthoum

Ahmad

A’ahed Saloum

Salameya 1996

Sabah

Mounzer

Kinan Haydar

Salameya

Feryal

Emadeen

Mekdad Mahmoud

Jableh 1991

Hameedah

Nabeel

Rasha Mahmoud

Jableh 1984

Hameedah

Nabeel

Maysaa’ Dayoub

Tartous 1971

Mseekah

Abdelhameed

Abeer Mohammad

Tartous 1961

Mouneefah

Mahmoud

Seba Mohammad

Tartous 2001

Maysaa’

Mofeed

Ashraf Mohammad

Tartous 1998

Maysaa’

Mofeed

Mahmoud Mohammad

Tartous 2002

Maysaa’

Mofeed

Emad Haydar

Salameya 1940

Fareedah

Bader

Abd al-Ameen Haydar

Salameya 1972

Fareedah

Bader

Ali Haydar

Salameya 1956

Fareedah

Bader

Waseem Haydar

Salameya 1988

Nada

Ali

Mohammad Haydar

Salameya 1997

Nada

Ali

Khadah Fares

Jableh 1963

Sukkar

Mohammad

Feras Alouni

Jableh 1993

Ghada

Faysal

Seba Elween

Jableh 1996

Ghada

Faysal

Ali Rahmah

Mesyaf 1956

Haseebah

Mahmoud

Mohammad Rahmah

Mesyaf 1985

Ameera

Ali

Reem Rahmah

Mesyaf 1987

Ameera

Ali

Demah Rahmah

Mesyaf 2000

Ameera

Ali

Maysoun Salamy

Tartous 1978

Nabeeha

Ibahim

Mohammad Haydar

Salameya 2007

Maysoun

Qays

Majd Haydar

Salameya 2009

Maysoun

Qays

Yousef Haydar

Salameya 2011

Maysoun

Qays

Tamem Haydar

Salameya 1994

Nedaa’

Mohammad

Wafaa’ Suleiman

1963

Zahra

Ali

Jouleit Ali

1989

Wafaa’

Mohammad

Joulnar Ali

1991

Wafaa’

Mohammad

Rayhanah Tarraf

1956

Layla

Suleiman

Haytham Mousa

1966

Shahlah

Abdulkareem

Samee’ Mousa

 

Komanda

Yousof

Afaf Mohammad

Jableh 1962

Fattoum

Ibraheem

Adeeb al-Berri

Jableh 1958

Jawhara

Mehrez

Rahaf al-Berri

Jableh 2000

Afaf

Adeeb

Sanaa’ al-Deeb

Damascus 1969

Maryam

Ahmad

Mohammad A’aknan

Damascus 1993

Sanaa’

Redwan

Hamzeh A’aknan

Damascus 1991

Sanaa’

Redwan

Abeer al-Ali

Homes 1976

Nawal

Adnan

Mohannad al-Ali

Homes

Nawal

Adnan

Huda Hawasli

Damascus

 

Adnan

Hashem Hawasli

Damascus

 

Adnan

Mahmoud Hawasli

Damascus

 

Adnan

Hasan Hawasli

Damascus

 

Adnan

Feras Dayoub

Salameya 1981

Johaynah

Hasan

Heba Dayoub

Salameya 1987

Johaynah

Hasan

Dyana Dayoub

Salameya 1996

Johaynah

Hasan

Dalya Dayoub

Salameya 2000

Johaynah

Hasan

Hasan Dayoub

Salameya 2005

Marlyn

Feras

Marlyn Seefo

Salameya 1985

Sameera

A’adel

Zoheer Ali

Tartous 1960

Moneera

Mohammad

Husam Ahmad

Qerdaha 1963

Moteea’a

Shafeeq

Yazan Ahmad

Qerdaha 1998

Sawsan

Husam

Zaki Ahmad

Qerdaha 1991

Sawsan

Husam

Hamed Hasan

Mesyaf 1981

Nadwa

Ahmad

Mazen al-Maghout

Salameya 1989

Fareeha

Mohammad

Wafaa’ Hazzouri

Mesyaf 1978

 

Ali

Ali Barhoum

Mesyaf 1999

Khadeeja

Ahmad

Ghena Barhoum

Mesyaf 2001

Wafaa’

Ali

Raheem Mostafa

 

Sameeha

Anwar

Manal Mostafa

Mesyaf 1974

 

Shareef

Mohammad Mostafa

Mesyaf

 

Shareef

Osama Elyas

Mesyaf

Sameera

 

Mostafa Abdou

Tartous 1976

Hend

Ahmad

Ibraheem Wannous

Salameya 1979

Sahar

Hashem

Nesreen al-Ahmad

Mesyaf

 

 

Waseem Ahmad

Tartous

Yesra

Mohammad

Mostafa Wannous

Salameya 1969

 

Ahmad

 

Salameya 1984

Nea’mat

Ali

AbdulGhafour Yaseen

Kaferya 1955

Fatema

Hasan

Hasan Yaseen

1983

Fareeda

Abdulghafour

Hasan Shahhoud

Salameya 1938

 

Baseem

Alaa’ Kaddour

Salameya 1984

Shaheeda

Jehad

Enal Merhej

Mesyaf 1971

Alya

Mohammad

Sameeh al-Aagha

Salameya 1993

Mayada

Ali

 

Homes 1981

Hasna

Shareef

Nada Hasan

Qerdaha 1981

 

Tawfeeq

Zo alFeqar Hasan

Qerdaha 2007

Hanaa’

Mehdi

Deena Hasan

Qerdaha 2010

Hanaa’

Mehdi

Wafeeq Hasan

Qerdaha 1947

Rajya

Khalil

Ahlam Saqer

Qerdaha

Jameela

Ali

Sonia Dayoub

Salameya 1976

Sameera

Ibrahim

Bashar Khurma

Tartous 1996

Waheeba

Jaber

Basel Khurma

Tartous 1994

Waheeba

Jaber

Mohammad

Tartous 2001

Waheeba

Jaber

Shaheen Basha

Mesyaf

 

Ali

Senan Abu al-Qasem

Jableh 1981

Ghada

Ahmad

Feras al-Saloum

Salameya 1973

Khadeeja

Salem

Ali Hasan

Salameya

 

Kheder

Hala Nayouf

 

 

 

Toni Farah

Homes 1992

Jourjeet

Faraj

Eili Farah

Homes

Jourjeet

Faraj

Leith Takla

Homes

 

AbdulRaheem

Fadi al-Debeyat

Salameya 1978

Ameera

Ali

Nezar al-Debeyat

Salameya 1976

Ramzeya

Mostafa

Ferzat Ali

Tartous

Wefaq

Moneer

Somar Sultani

Tartous

Ameera

Habeeb

Mohsen Hasan

Tartous

Rateeba

Zouheer

Bashir al-Metni

Al-Swida

Salwa

Hadi

Naseem Rokya

Salameya

Malasha

Sulieman

A’asef Rokya

 

Malasha

Sulieman

Omyma Nayouf

 

 

 

Hasan al-Othman

Adra 1966

Maryam

Mohammad

Jasem al-Houseen

Adra 1955

Hlaleh

Mohammad

Ghadeer al-Saheli

Homes

Muneefa

Bader

Mohammad al-Mohammad

Homes

 

Esmaeil

Basel Hasan

Tartous

Nadya

Eesa

Ghadeer Omran

Qerdaha

Mari

Tawfiq

Raed Ismaeil

Qudmous

 

 

Mazhar Ismaeil

Mesyaf

 

Esmaeil

Mohammad Moa’lla

Lattakia 1996

Sameeha

 

Ghassan Abbas

Homes 1967

Khadeeja

Mershed

Mohannad Mohammad

Tartous

Aneesa

Mahmoud

Mohammad Abboud

Salameya 1957

Badeea’a

Abdullah

 

 

On June 1, 2017, President Bashar Al-Assad and the First Lady, Mrs. Asma Al-Assad, received 34 liberated abductees, including two women, who were previously held by the terrorist groups  in Barzeh neighborhood  in Damascus.

The president and his wife congratulated the liberated abductees on the end of the ordeal through which they, along with their families, passed during the abduction period .

President Al-Assad said that the Syrian society is experiencing a serious social crisis caused by the issue of the missing and the abducted persons.

 "This issue was a basic preoccupation for us as a state, institutions and officials," added President Al-Assad, pointing out that rarely a week or a month passes without conducting a swap to liberate one or a group of abductees held by terrorists.

 In fact, it wasn't only the Syrian state's efforts which led to the release of abductees, but also the sacrifices of the Syrian Arab army in defense of the homeland's unity, independence and sovereignty, the President clarified.

He went on to say that "such ordeals make one stronger and patriotic enough to realize what safe homeland means. And all the terrorist groups' attempts, which keep committing crimes of killing and kidnapping, to affect your convictions. through practicing the ugliest forms of torture, have failed to weaken your patriotism."

"The battle is not over, as there are still thousands of Syrians who are passing through the same ordeal," added President Al-Assad, stressing that happiness won't be complete until all abductees are liberated and security is restored countrywide.

On their part, the liberated abductees affirmed that they were confident that the state would liberate them, stressing their strong determination to return to their normal life and be effective as to contribute to the restoration of security, stability and prosperity to Syria.

 They said that the kidnappers failed to strip them of their humanity or force them to behave in the same way, noting the hatred in which the terrorists dealt with them during abduction.

' Though of the suffering caused to you-by the terrorist kidnappers-, we want you to return to your normal life with your families in your villages and countries. We want you to be, and you are, the example for steadfastness, nationalism and defiance,'' said H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad, on February 9, 2017,  to a group of Syrian families' members recently liberated from the foreign backed terrorists.

'Not a single day passed without questions from the people asking about you, without the State, in all of its institutions, searching for you; the aim for every soldier and for every martyr was to secure your return,' added President Assad to tens of women and children who were kidnapped by terrorist groups at Lattakia Countryside fore more than a half and three years.

'We have been and are ever by you and would never let you down and let bygones be so; we do believe in God and in Syria, the Syrians and the citizens who keep you steadfast and do make us standing altogether shoulder to shoulder during the crisis you have gone through,'' outlined H.E. President Assad.

On her part, H.E. the First Lady Mrs. Asma Al-Assad, asserted that the strong will embodied by the released women and children during the years of being kidnapped should continue through the rebuilding of their life and working to compensate for their children what they lost of life and education, given the fact that many of them lived their first childhood years under the yoke of kidnappers.'

The released underlined that though of the inhumane conditions and the hard times during their kidnapping, their trust was firm in their State and Institutions, pledging their determination to stand again and overcome the hard years of being kidnapped.

 

Return to Your Normal Life with Your Families

 

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Dr. Mohammad Abdo Al-Abrahim/ Maher Taqi

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