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Reader comment on item: Terrorism: The Syrian Connection
in response to reader comment: Thank you for the article Daniel.

Submitted by Jane Freyer (United States), Mar 26, 2022 at 16:55

I did have a film started on the terrorism, abuse, and kidnapping attempts for my children and I had almost finished the film. Then, I became scared because of the wrath I had gone through and would have to endure if I went public.

Bassam Habbal a Syrian Cardiologist broke 3 of my ribs over my heart when I had a one million dollar life insurance policy in my name. I am a Registered Nurse.

I was trying to protect my children from Bassam's threats and attempts of child abduction of my children, and a puppy that he had kicked across the room and would not let me take the dog to the vet.

I contacted the police to get out of the house the children were crying.

Bassam would not let me leave. When the police came to the door Bassam still had me blocked in.

Officer Frankie and Officer Helms from Burr Ridge answered the call.
Officer Frankie was on the scene first and could see I was being blocked in. Bassam then knew he had to let the officer in. This was all in front of my 4 children ages at the time (4yrs, 5yrs, 8yrs, and 12 yrs. old)

I opened the door was pushed into the corner of our brick house with the puppy in my arms, he and trapped me there by digging and grinding his elbow into my heart breaking 3 of my ribs.

Thank goodness I have large breasts that I think protected me. As a nurse myself, he could have broke my ribs and punctured my heart or pulmonary artery therefore making permanent damage/trauma to the heart or death.

I was then told by Officer Helms to show him any marks that I have on me. I asked if I could go into the bathroom with my daughter to check for red marks.

I could hear Bassam screaming in the background that he is being
discriminated because he is from Syria and because of all of the Civil Unrest in the World he is being blamed.

When I came out of the bathroom and spoke to Officer Helms, his tone became berating and said to me after I showed him the marks with my daughter.
I was then informed that a female officer should have gone in to check for marks. This should have been arranged immediately by the Burr Ridge Police I am not a Police Officer.

I wasn't able to go to the Emergency Room because I was not going to let him take my little ones to Syria because I would never see them again due to Dual Citizenship by the Father in Syria.

I would love to make a film now. I have been in therapy for a long time and am ready.

J.F.

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