Perpetrator describes Hama massacre in 1982

Jan 28, 2012, 08:34 PM

2nd Feb 2012 marks the 30th anniversary of the massacre at Hama. Under President Hafez al Assad - father of the current Syrian leader, government troops entered the town to put down an uprising by what they described as muslim terrorists. Estimates of the dead range from 10,000 to well over 40,000 and there are conflicting accounts of what really happened. Abdelghani Sibahi says he knows, because he was there. Now 52-years-old and living in the US. He was a young conscript in the Syrian special forces. Now he's decided the time is right to give his account of what happened in Hamaa: #Assad #Hama #Syria