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real news from syria famous actor mohammed rafeh kidnapped and killed by the terrorist a video of him speaking about the terror activities in syria

Their “freedom” kills. We encourage you to listen to Muhammad Rafeh as he speaks, in English, and voices his opinion against the so-called “revolution” which eventually caused his death. After he was kidnapped by armed opposition groups Muhammad was killed today. He was a famous Syrian actor from a Palestinian origin, born 1982!
Here’s the “freedom” that is kills more youth and sheds more blood. R.I.P. Muhammad.
Below we have some of what an article about this from the ABC News says.
Prominent Syrian-born Palestinian actor Mohammed Rafeh, who was believed to be a supporter of President Bashar Assad’s regime, was kidnapped and then killed by anti-government gunmen, activists and his family said Sunday. He was 30.
 Ahmad Rafeh, Mohammed’s father and also a well-known actor, said the family received Mohammed’s body Sunday.

“My son was killed in cold blood,” Rafeh said by telephone from Damascus, adding that his son’s body bore gunshot wounds to the head, neck and shoulder.

Rafeh’s death comes after a campaign began on social media calling for actors who support Assad to be punished.

A Facebook page titled “The black list of Syrian artists” carried a picture of Rafeh standing next to a wall with “Assad only” spray-painted on it.

“The reason was not difference of opinion. Mohammed Rafeh was a commander of a shabiha group,” the caption read referring to pro-government gunmen who are known in Syria as shabiha.

Rafeh had played roles in several Syrian TV series but became famous throughout the Arab world five years ago for his role in the Bab al-Hara program that depicted life in Damascus in the 1930s under French colonial rule.

Rafeh played the role of Ibrahim, the son of a wealthy textile merchant, who fights against French forces in defense of Syria.

Rafeh was not married. The family said a funeral is planned for Monday.

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