New evidence has emerged about a Syrian doctor who was classified as a refugee living in Germany who had previously worked on behalf of the Syrian regime to torture and kill prisoners, said the former prisoner.
Alaa Mousa is a doctor in a military hospital in the city of Homs in Syria, who, together with his colleague Dr. Shuaib Al-Naqari, used to visit the regime’s 261 military security branch every morning to torture and kill patients rather than treat them, according to opposition news sites Syria Zaman al Wasl.
Mousa is reported to have fled Syria to Lebanon, where he obtained transportation to Europe and volunteered as a refugee in Germany. According to reports, he lives in the small town of Bad Wildungen, where he is seen working as an orthopedist at a local clinic. He has been identified this week, by a number of former prisoners and witnesses.
According to one source, the two doctors usually gave their patients critical conditions in an unknown pill that would cause them to faint after half an hour. The bodies were then taken to the morgue at a military hospital the next day.
Furthermore, however, with one former prisoner, Mohamed Fajr, stating that Mousa tortured and killed an epileptic brother in front of him, starting by refusing to give medicine to his brother for his chronic epilepsy, causing his condition to be very severe. worsened after two days.
Fajr recalls one morning that he sought medical help from his brother and Mousa and Al-Naqari, but when Mousa saw that he was from Baba Amr – the southwestern region of Homs which was previously held by opposition forces – he kicked and beat the brother while calling him a terrorist. His sister was taken away the next day and was never seen again.
More than a month later, Dawn was released and found that his brother had been killed. After being forced to pay 200,000 pounds to Syria Shabiha – loyalist gangs – to receive the body, he saw clear signs of torture on his brother’s body in photographs, including holes drilled into his skull so he could not be recognized.
He also recalled the account of a friend, who was also detained at the branch office, stating that Mousa continued to torture prisoners every day. Methods include being shot in various parts of the body, having bullets removed, and then leaving the wound open and untreated. “This is your destiny, this is what you chose,” Mousa reportedly told them.
Another gruesome account of the crime the doctor previously revealed at Al JazeeraThe documentary, with one Syrian prisoner taken to hospital by Shabiha, told Mousa that he was an armed militant rather than a protester. Mousa then extinguished the prisoner’s penis with alcohol and used a match to ignite it, burning the organs and scrotum completely.
Doctors burn with fire and alcohol in the penis and scrotum protesters #House. Then the doctor ran away #German. Doctors are more criminal than Shabbiha.
From @AJArabic documentary “Looking for Assad Performers” #Syria
Translated into English https://t.co/mgOZJabhg8 pic.twitter.com/0fsuG0mqc0
– Mahmoud Mosa (@ Mosa13Mosa) May 14, 2020
Over the past few months, several former Syrian regime officials, fighters and agents who carried out torture and killings are known to have fled to Germany during Syria for nine years. civil war. Some have been identified and detained for trial in Germany, as is the case with two of the current regime’s former prison officials undergo trial in important decisions to judge international criminal cases in the country. It is believed that there are more regime loyalists posing as refugees who have not yet been identified.
Mousa reportedly does not regret his involvement and continues to have strong ties with the Syrian regime’s security services. An activist named Mohammed Al-Kurdi has confirmed that the doctor has lived in the city of Kassel in Germany for four years. Some refugees have reported that he is actively gathering information about Syrian refugees and activists he sent to the regime, and it has even been claimed that he openly threatened some refugees with their property and relatives in Syria, referring to his close relations with the refugees. security services.
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