Samstag, 25. Mai 2019

Portraits of war criminals by The Syrian Observer

The Syrian Observer has published some insightful biographies of functionaries of the Assad regime.

The latest portrait published is the one of Ali Al-Shulli.

From being a coffee seller before 2011, Ali al-Shulli rose quickly in his journey to become a fearful militia commander, benefiting from the regime’s need for people like him to defeat the Syrian uprising. Al-Shulli’s name is linked to the worst kind of crimes throughout the past eight years.
Before the uprising, Ali al-Shulli was a young man known for late-night fighting outside cabarets and nightclubs near his hometown of Ayn al-Krum in the Ghab plain. He sometimes sold coffee on his bicycle, worked as a smuggler and sometimes as a paid broker for petty thefts.

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