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Who is Killing The Protesters in Syria?
1. Maher Al Asaad. Brigadier general, head of the Fourth division.
2. Mouhamad Naseef Khair Baik, Assistant to the Syrian Vice President and a special Security Consultant to Bashar Al Asaad.
3. Asef Shawkat, Major general, assistant to the chief of staff and in charge of security matter, Bashar Al Asaad’s brother in law.
4. Hafez Makhlouf, Brigadier general, head of the anti terrorism and corruption unit, AKA unit 251, located in “Jesser Alabyad” or white bridge. His unit is part of the internal security division.
5. Ali Mamlouk, Major general, head of the interior security agency.
6. Abd Alfatah Koudsaieh, Major general, head of the military intelligence agency.
7. Mouhamad Deyb Zaytoun, Major general, head of the political security agency.
8. Mouhamad Sammour, Major general, former interior minister.
9. Mouhamad Sha’ar, Major general, current interior minister.
10. Jameel Hasan, Major general, head of the Airspace intelligence.
11. Zouhair Alhamad, Major general, assistant to the interior security Chief.
12. Nazeeh Hassoun, Major general, assistant to the interior security Chief, in charge of security operations in the coastal area.
13. Joum’a Al Ahmad, Major general, head of the Syrian special forces
14. Jameel Bader Hasan, Major general, head of the Syrian air defense. His forces stormed mou’adameieh area near Damascus and made hundred of arrests.
15. Roustem Ghazaleh, Major general, head of the military security agency in Damascus suburbs.
16. Ali Younes, Major general, assistant to the military intelligence Chief (Assistant to Abdel Fatah koudsaieh)
17. Tawfiq Younes, Major general, head of the interior security agency in Derraa.
18. Atef Najeeb, Brigadier general, formal head of political security agency in Derraa.
19. Tha’er Aloumar, Head of the storm and patrol units in the interior security agency. His units stormed Doumah area near Damascus and made hundreds of arrests.
20. Naser Al Ali, Brigadier general, currently Head of the political security agency in Derraa.
21. Eyad Mahmoud, Brigadier general, Syrian republican guards.
22. Ala’ Sa’oud, Brigadier general, Syrian republican guards.
23. Munaf Tlas, Brigade commander, head of the 105 regiment in the Syrian republican guards, his forces opened fire on protesters in Abasyeen Square killing an undisclosed amount of people.
24. Ghassan Bilal, Brigadier general, head of security of the fourth division (Maher Alassad’s division), he personally interrogated, tortured and killed an undisclosed amount of people.
25. Nabih Rabee’, Brigadier general, Syrian republican guards. His forces surrounded a few cities near Damascus, cutting off power, water and making hundreds of arrests.
26. Nasser Deeb, Brigadier general, head of the political security agency in Hamah.
27. Mouneer Jal’oud, Brigadier general, head of the military security agency in Houms.
28. Mouhamad Makhlouf, Brigadier general, head of the interior security agency in Houms.
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29. Jaame’ Jaame’, Brigadier general, head of the military security agency in Dair Al Zour. His forces arrested hundreds and killed an undisclosed amount of people.
30. Bourhan Kadour, Brigadier general, head of the military interrogation unit in the military intelligence agency. He personally interrogated, tortured and killed an undisclosed amount of people.
31. Mouhamad khallouf, Brigadier general, head of infamous Palestine division agency. He supervised the torture of all of the prisoners of Damascus suburbs.
32. Adnan Ahmad, Brigadier general, head of a military intelligence unit.
33. Khouder Al Housain, Brigadier General, Head of an interior security unit.
34. Taha Taha, Brigadier general, Head of a political security unit.
35. Akram Mouhamad, Brigadier general, head of the interior security agency in Aleppo.
36. Adel Lateef Fahad, Brigadier general, head of the military security agency in Aleppo.
37. Souhail Dawood, Brigadier general, head of an airspace intelligence unit.
38. Zou Alhemmeh Shaleesh, Brigadier general, related to Bashar Alassad and in charge of Bashar al Assad entourage. He is also playing an important role in providing financial and logistic support to the so called “Shabeeha”
39. Khalil Malla, Brigadier general, head of the political security agency in Aleppo.
40. Malek Alhadi, Colonel, assistant to the head of the patrol units in the political security agency.
41. Tammam Deeb, Colonel, from the Syrian special forces. He is a battalion commander; his forces trained the so called “Shabeeha”, also killed, arrested and tortured an undisclosed amount of people in Lattakia.
42. Ali Saleem, Colonel from the Syrian special forces, he is a battalion commander; his forces stormed the city of Jableh killing and arresting protesters.
43. Tameem Eissa Alahmad, Colonel from the Syrian special forces. His troops played a significant role in killing protesters in Lattakia.
44. Mouhamad Al Abdallah, Colonel, head of the political security agency in Houms. He was previously a military attaché in the Syrian embassy in Paris, France. He participated in arresting, torturing and killing the protesters in the province of Houms.
45. Kousai Mayhoub, Colonel, head of the airspace intelligence office in Harrasta.
46. Majid Al Abdallah, Colonel in the interior security agency in Lattakia.
47. Kinan Mouhamad Ghalieh, Lieutenant colonel from the 53 regiment in the Syrian special forces. He contributed to the killing of the people in Latakia.
48. Ahmad Abdel Hameed, Lieutenant colonel from the internal security forces in Latakia.
49. Ala’ Drouby, Lieutenant colonel from the political security agency.
50. Khaled Khateeb, Lieutenant colonel, from the 251 Division in the internal security forces.
51. Samer Al Baridi, Lieutenant colonel, head of the internal security agency in Doumah. He ordered snipers to shoot at protesters in Doumah.
52. Amjad Abbass, Major, head of the political security agency office in Banyass. He participated in the killing, torturing and humiliating the people of Banyass and Bayda.
53. Hayel Al Assaad, Brigadier general, in charge of carrying out special operations.
54. Zouhair al Assaad, Brigadier, commander of the 90th regiment, in charge of Damascus area.
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55. Abdel Salam, first name unknown, Brigadier general, head of the interrogation unit in the airspace intelligence agency in the Mazzeh military airport. Previously, he was an assistant to Major general Mouhamad Al khouly, during Hafez Al Assaad days.
56. Adnan Reyad Al Shami, Rank unknown, general intelligence Agency.
57. Anwar Housain, Rank unknown, probably Lieutenant colonel or colonel. One of the main investigators who ordered the torture of protesters before interrogating them.
58. Abdel Majeed Housain, Rank unknown, also one of the main investigators who ordered the torture of protesters.
59. Adnan Assi, Brigadier general from the military intelligence agency.
Civilians who provided financial support to the “Shabeeha” or hired militia:
1. Ali Al Assaad
2. Hafez Mounzer Al Assaad
3. Ousama Al Assaad
4. Etab Al Assaad and her gangs
5. Haroun Al Assaad and his kids
6. Fawaz Al Assaad
7. Rami Mansour. He is married to Ahmad Al Assaad’s daughter.
8. Ayman Jaber. He is married to Kamal Al Assaad’s Daugter.
9. Firas Ref’at Al Assaad.
10. Moudar Ref’at Al Assaad.
11. Emad Bilal, Abu Kinan, from Jedidet Artwouz. He is a retired officer.
12. Ali Abbas, AKA Abu Hadi, an officer in the military security agency in the Sawda area in the province of Tartous. He was seen in a video beating up people with a stick in the Bayda village. The video was uploaded to Youtube.com.
13. Mouhamad Al Assaad, AKA sheikh el Jabal
14. Hasan Al Assaad. The son of Tawfiq Al Assaad.
15. Husein Al Assaad. Another son of Tawfiq Al Assaad.
16. Kamal Al Assaad.
Business men who provided the regime with support and logistics:
1. Suleiman Ma’rouf, a nephew of Major general Mouhamad Naseef, resides currently in Dubai. He purchased sniper guns from South Africa. He also owns a significant share in AlDounia TV.
2. Ghassan Mouhanna.
3. Sameer Hasan.
4. Sameer Altaqui.
5. Mouhamad Hamsho.
6. Ra’eef Quouwatly.
7. Hashem Akkad.
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8. Khaled Mahjoub.
9. Eyad Ghazal.
10. Nader Kal’ee. A Canadian permanent resident or Canadian Citizen currently resides in Halifax.
11. Firas Shaleesh.
12. Kamal Al Assaad.
13. Ayham Al Assaad.
14. Samer Al Assaad.
15. Moufeed Shawkat.
16. Ziad Shawkat.
17. Waheeb Mer’ey.
18. Majed Sulaiman.
19. Firas Tlas.
20. Nizar Al As’ad.
21. Nahid Tlas.
22. Khaldoun Makhlouf.
23. Ahmad Hamsho.
24. Saeb Nahass.
25. Ghassan Bilal.
26. Mounzer Nizam El Deen.
27. Marwan Khair El Deen, a Lebanese citizen who owns Mawared Bank.
28. Tareef Al Akhras.
29. Emad Ghrewaty.
30. Mourtada Aldandashy.
31. Ali Shawkat.
32. Fares Adnan Ismaeel.
33. Ayman Jaber.
34. Waleed Outhman.
35. Ayman AlAsfary.
36. Firas Shaleesh, currently resides in Cyprus.
37. Mounaf Tlas, Firas Tlas’s brother.

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