By Paul Kenyon
22nd October 2012
Moustafa, the activist, says when he heard that the nearly 300 prisoners had been divided into Sunni Muslims in one room and Alawites, Christians and Shiite Muslims in another, he was worried.
“But when they took me to the room with the Alawites and the Shiites and the Christians, they had taken special care of them. They had blankets, they were warm,” Moustafa says. “The commander was saying, ‘Look, we have to live with these people afterward, and we’re not here to pass judgment on anyone.’ ”
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