Iranian Hostages and Syria's Assad

Iran angling for regional truce to protect Damascus regime

Stratfor Vice President of Global Analysis Reva Bhalla explains how Iran's attempts to obtain the release of 48 Iranian citizens abducted in Syria are part of Tehran's broader campaign to protect its regional interests.


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Not hostages, Assad's butchers from Iran.

by ham1328 on

I cannot tell you how happy I am with the comments about this story. We are all on the same page, finally.



by Roozbeh_Gilani on

They were caught assisting the murdering, thieving dictator Assad to kill and torture defenceless Syrian women and children.

My advice to our syrian brothers and sisters fighting Assad the child killer: Try these murdering criminals - in a fair trial which they themselves deny Iranian people-  for war crimes and punish them accordingly. People of iran are with you.

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."



by jmyt17 on

Hang them right away, They are worthless to keep them alive.Not real Iranian, they are a piece of Dirt.


444 days

by Manam_Babak on

They hold 48 hostages for 444 days, it is now time for Ali choolagh to wait 4Hundres+ more days to get these murders back!