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Alawis and the current migrants crisis

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Submitted by Maurice Tremblay (Canada), Sep 16, 2015 at 09:07

Very interesting information. The current (September 2015) migrants crisis could mean that many Alawis think that it is time to run for their lives. It is very strange that mainstream medias do not investigate this matter.

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No, it's the Sunnis primarily who are leaving and the Alawis who are staying.

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