Mar 8 2012
We saw this in Egypt and Libya. And once again, the gullible Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman are calling for a U.S.-led no-fly zone. Once the semi-secular Assad Regime has been deposed, in comes the Muslim Brotherhood, readying yet another Middle East country for the coming Islamic Caliphate.
(Egypt, Libya, and now Syria have one thing in common: they had all banned the Muslim Brotherhood. But now, thanks to the Obama-sanctioned Arab uprisings, the Muslim Brotherhood is rising to power in each of them. And U.S. tax dollars are supporting them. As the violence in Syria spirals out of control, top officials in the Obama Regime are quietly preparing options for how to assist the
Syrian Muslim Brotherhood/al-Qaeda opposition, including setting up a no-fly zone. Jordan will be the next to fall to the Obama Brotherhood)
UK DAILY MAIL A hospital worker has provided horrific video evidence that medical staff in the besieged Syrian city of Homs are doing the unthinkable: torturing patients in their care.
The grainy footage from the Homs military hospital depicts wards full of wounded men, blindfolded and shackled to their beds. Some bear marks of extreme beating. The apparent instruments of torture – a rubber whip and electrical cable – lie openly on a table in one of the wards.
On the orders of the Syrian government, all of those shot or injured during protests in Homs must be brought to the military hospital where staff are in league with the secret police. The whistleblower claims many are whipped and beaten in their beds – and worse.
The hospital employee says he attempted several times to stop what he called ‘the shameful things’ which were happening in the hospital but that after being condemned as a ‘traitor’, he walked out in disgust and never went back.
‘I have seen detainees being tortured by electrocution, whipping, beating with batons, and by breaking their legs,’ he told ‘Mani’, a French photojournalist who risked his own life smuggling the footage out of Syria.
‘They twist the feet until the leg breaks. They perform operations without anaesthetics. I saw them slamming detainees’ heads against walls. They shackle the patients to beds. They deny them water.
Sometimes, he says, he heard patients screaming while being kicked or beaten. The abuse took place, he claims, in the hospital’s ambulance section, its prison wards, the X-ray department and even in the intensive care unit. ‘Sometimes they have to amputate limbs and they go gangrenous because they don’t prescribe antibiotics,’ he said.
The footage, filmed within the last three months, confirms what victims of such treatment have long claimed, but the Syrian regime has forcefully denied.