by Paul Hockenos
The Syria solidarity group Adopt a Revolution keeps a low-profile, especially in Germany’s capital city, where the Syrian government operates a fully staffed embassy. “Syrian activists living here have been badly beaten up in their own homes,” explains Andre Find, a polite, soft-spoken German who works full-time for the NGO.
Although there were no arrests, insiders are convinced the attacks are the work of Syrian agents. Moreover, not far from the run-down quarter of Berlin where Adopt makes its home, there are clubs where Hizbollah supporters congregate. They are friends of the Assad regime, says Find. Den ganzen Artikel lesen.