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Submitted by Magdi (United States), Mar 11, 2009 at 15:17

I think the Alawite concluded that they can not be in power for ever, and by year 2000 they could accumulate 100 times the GDB of Syria as been affirmed by Alawite professor Aref Dalilah, who served 7 years in prison for revealing this fact. Alas, it is sad story to see people of one country have such hate towards others and seek revenge from different age and transfer it to innocent population of future time.

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