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SARC Repatriates Kidnapped Alvin from al Hol Hell to Dad in Italy

Albanian child Alvin heading to Italy after being handed over to IFRC by Syrian Authorities

SARC — the Syrian Arab Red Crescent — in collaboration with the IFRC, has repatriated Alvin with his dad in Italy. In 2014, Alvin was 6 years old when his mother essentially kidnapped him from his father and sisters, smuggling him into Syria, to place him in the savage environment of Daesh terrorists.

We have no background on the psychopathology of the woman who would tear apart her family, and subject one of her children to unfathomable horrors. The famous Italian television personality, Luigi Pelazza, and Alvin’s father, repetitively use the word radicalized as her lone description. This word has neither legal nor psychoanalytic meaning but seems to work well in inspiring the fear that any one of us — or anyone of our loved ones — could suddenly be stricken, as though it were an external, virulent pathogen.

In 2016, Alvin’s father received a letter from the child, via the IFRC, telling him he wanted to come home. He was in the al Hol camp, in Syria, reportedly filled with 12,000 terrorists, as an open-air prison run by the SDF. The letter came to the attention of Pelazza, who took the father on a trip through Turkey, into the separatist Kurd occupied Syria, and into the grizzly camp, in search of one little boy who had not been seen in five years, one little boy among thousands.

Syrian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Faisal Mikdad hands over Albanian Child Alvin to SRC and IFRC
Syrian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Faisal Mikdad handing over Alvin to IFRC reps. in Damascus

It is a gut-wrenching story of a father’s agony and the crushed soul of an innocent child.

The report also has an undercurrent of the ongoing, wretched disregard that Italian media have had for Syria. Woven throughout is a continuing sense of colonialism, residual, perhaps, from the fascist occupation of Libya by Mussolini’s Italy (consider that, in 1982, the government banned Mustapha al Akkad’s “The Lion of the Desert” because it made Il Duce and his occupation, look bad).

The 23-minute video report is riveting, in one of those awful, deer-in-the-headlights way. When Pelazza is in the studio, he is animated like a Commedia Dell’Arte performer. In the field, he is completely somber. Deftly engaging in propaganda he does his best to circumvent the criminal savagery of Daesh, against Syria. On several occasions, he refers to al Hol as an “ex-ISIS” camp.

He does not mention the Syrian government.

He appears to have taken the dad through Turkey, into Syria, into the part of Syria he wrongfully calls “Rojava.” It must be acknowledged that Alvin was located among the morass, with the assistance of one of the ”Kurdish leaders.”

Before the sublime reunion of father and stolen boy, Pelazza spends time in al Hol interviewing and consoling women terrorists from Belgium and Holland. Both speak in English. Both claim victim status, as though they had no part in illegally entering Syria, and assisting terrorists in the most heinous war crimes. These two actually call themselves, “victims, too.” They offer not even a flimsy apology to the Syrian people, strangers whose lives they helped to destroy.

Ignoring Syria, Mr. Pelazza does not consider their self-absorption, their ego-centrism, their refusal to repent and ask forgiveness of the people they have terrorized, have harmed, in ways westerners cannot grasp. He attempts to soothe them.

Alvin is located and carried into a room, where his father is waiting. The child walks with a stump-type limp. The camera shows a huge, deformed, foot and lower leg. He was reportedly injured when his wretched mother was killed in a blast.

That the foot is so terribly deformed suggests that it had several breaks, with the bones re-knitting as best they could, without the necessary surgical intervention.

The boy looks weird, shell-shocked. When Pelazza asks if he knows who the man is, he quietly says, “Babbo.” He does not remember much Italian, despite being born in Italy. He is better with Albanian, but his verbal skills are much diminished.

At one point, Alvin seems to come alive in remembering, when he asks his father if he can go home with him.

SDF prevented Alvin's father from taking him home.
The kidnapped Alvin was barely verbal when reunited with his babbo. SDF terrorists would not release him.

Alvin’s father, unable to refrain from crying too much, tells him yes, but not right away, as some documents are needed, first, and until he gets them, Alvin can not leave.

That short spark of light and life that was seen in Alvin’s face, goes out.

Pelazza, though previously assured by all the non-Syrian ‘authorities’ — Kurds, Turks, Italians, Albanians — that the paperwork would go through, subsequently has a voice on the phone say, ‘I close, now,’ and the conversation has been ended (one of the problems involved documents from Albania, as Alvin is not an Italian citizen).

The visit to the hell of al Hol, the glorious finding of Alvin, in a camp filled with 12,000 monsters and children whose lives have been stolen, was in 2016.

Mr. Pelazza was in Beirut to greet the little stolen child he helped to find. This is a great achievement, one that must be recognized, despite his seeming attempt to diminish the great achievement, also, of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in the liberation of the kidnapped and crippled child, from al Hol. Pelazza’s short report includes a hyperlink to the 16-second video of SARC transporting Alvin. He erroneously describes the Syrian Arab Red Crescent as Mezzaluna Rossa di Damasco. SARC is the only Red Crescent in Syria, it is the national Red Crescent, and Damascus is part of Syria.

The logistical details of how the Syrian Arab Republic and its Syrian Arab Red Crescent, in collaboration with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies spent three years in procuring the release of Alvin from the bowels of hell, have not been released.

May this child be healed of his traumas, physical and psychological.

UPDATE: Soon after the 8 December 2020 publication of the report on British terrorist Nasra Abukar wanting to go home, the above video that had been on YouTube since October 2019 was removed for violating those arbitrary albeit sacrosanct “terms of service.” The full video can be viewed here.

And you couldn’t give a word of credit to the Syrian Armed forces or the Syrian state for their role in bringing back this child to the Syrian capital then to Beirut.. Do you know that US-sponsored ISIS and other terrorist groups ambush Syrian troops in the open deserts and on main highways where Trump forces have illegal presence? Briging this kid back all the way from the US-sponsored dissolved Kurdish separatist militias to Damascus has put the lives of many Syrians at danger. And for your info, the Syrian Kurds just like every other Syrian community have suffered from all US and other NATO terrorists in the country, the Kurdish SDF militia were only working as the bait to lure in foreign forces into the country so they could Israelize large territories from the country, the SDF never fought ISIS, they terrorirized the Syrian people, burned their wheat fields, took their children to serve in their militias and then had to give up when everybody else abandoned them. The US and its allies never fought ISIS, they created them, ask Hillary and her boss who created Al-Qaeda and all its derivatives, and ask John Kerry who “saw ISIS grow from Iraq and thought it’s a good thing to pressure the Syrian president into giving concessions.”

The above is Arabi Souri’s comment on the news conveyed by Yahoo News from AFP

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La SARC – la Mezzaluna rossa araba siriana – in collaborazione con l’IFRC, ha rimpatriato Alvin con suo padre in Italia. Nel 2014, Alvin aveva 6 anni quando sua madre lo ha sostanzialmente rapito da suo padre e dalle sue sorelle, portandolo di nascosto in Siria, per metterlo nell’ambiente selvaggio dei terroristi di Daesh.

Non abbiamo alcuna conoscenza della psicopatologia della donna che vorrebbe fare a pezzi la sua famiglia e sottoporre uno dei suoi figli a insondabili orrori. La personalità televisiva famoso in Italia, Luigi Pelazza, e il padre di Alvin, usano ripetutamente la parola radicalizzata per descriziarla. Questa parola non ha significato legale né psicoanalitico, ma sembra funzionare bene nell’ispirare la paura che qualcuno di noi – o qualcuno dei nostri cari – possa essere improvvisamente colpito, come se fosse un agente patogeno esterno e virulento.

Nel 2016, il padre di Alvin ha ricevuto una lettera dal bambino, attraverso l’IFRC, che gli diceva che voleva tornare a casa. Si trovava nel campo di Al Hol, in Siria, secondo quanto riferito riempito con 12.000 terroristi, come una prigione a cielo aperto gestita dalla SDF. La lettera è arrivata all’attenzione del Signore Pelazza, che ha portato il padre in un viaggio attraverso la Turchia, nel separatisti curdi che occupava la Siria, e nel campo grizzly, alla ricerca di un bambino che non era stato visto in cinque anni, uno ragazzino tra le migliaia.

Questo rapporto si basa su quello di 23 minuti del raportage del Signore Pelazza.

È una storia sconvolgente dell’agonia di un padre e un’anima schiacciata di un bambino innocente.

Il rapporto ha anche una corrente sotterranea dell’attuale, miserabile disprezzo che i media italiani hanno avuto per la Siria. Intrecciato è un continuo senso di colonialismo, residuo, forse, dell’occupazione fascista della Libia da parte dell’Italia di Mussolini (si consideri che, nel 1982, il governo ha bandito “Il Leone del Deserto” di Mustapha al Akkad perché ha reso Il Duce e la sua occupazione , guarda male).

Il video report di 23 minuti è avvincente, in uno di quei terribili modi da capriolo. Quando lui è in studio, la sua anima come una cantante della Commedia Dell’Arte. Sul campo, è completamente cupo. Impegnandosi di nascosto nella propaganda, fa del suo meglio per aggirare la ferocia criminale di Daesh, contro la Siria. In diverse occasioni, si riferisce ad Al Hol come a un campo pieno di “ex ISIS”.

Non menziona il governo siriano.

Sembra che abbia portato il padre attraverso la Turchia, in Siria, nella parte della Siria che erroneamente chiama “Rojava”. Bisogna riconoscere che Alvin si trovava tra i morass, con l’assistenza di uno dei “leader curdi”.

Prima della sublime riunione di padre e ragazzo rubato, Pelazza trascorre del tempo ad al Hol intervistando e consolando donne terroriste dal Belgio e dall’Olanda. Entrambi parlano in inglese. Entrambi rivendicano lo status di vittima, come se non avessero avuto parte nell’entrare illegalmente in Siria e nell’assistere i terroristi nei crimini di guerra più atroci. Questi due in realtà si definiscono “anche vittime”. Non offrono nemmeno scuse deboli al popolo siriano, estranei le cui vite hanno aiutato a distruggere.

Ignorando la Siria, Pelazza non considera l’autoassorbimento, l’ego-centrismo, il rifiuto di pentirsi e chiedere perdono.

Alvin si trova e viene portato in una stanza, dove suo padre sta aspettando. Il bambino cammina zoppicando come un moncone. La fotocamera mostra un piede enorme e deforme, con gamba e gamba inferiori. Secondo quanto riferito, è stato ferito quando la sua disgraziata madre è stata uccisa in un’esplosione.

Il fatto che il piede sia così terribilmente deformato suggerisce che ha avuto diverse rotture, con le ossa che si ri-lavorare a maglia, come meglio che potessero, senza il necessario intervento chirurgico.

Il ragazzo sembra strano, sconvolto. Quando Pelazzo gli chiede se sa chi è l’uomo, dice tranquillamente “Babbo”. Non ricorda molto l’italiano, nonostante sia nato in Italia. Sta meglio con l’albanese, ma le sue abilità verbali sono molto più basse della sua età.

Ad un certo punto, Alvin sembra prendere vita nel ricordare, quando chiede a suo padre se può andare a casa con lui.

Il padre di Alvin, incapace di astenersi dal piangere troppo, gli dice di sì, ma non subito, poiché alcuni documenti sono necessari, prima e finché non li ottiene, Alvin non può andarsene.

Quella breve scintilla di luce e vita che fu vista sul viso di Alvin, si spegne.

Pelazza, sebbene precedentemente assicurato da tutte le “autorità” non siriane – curdi, turchi, italiani, albanesi – che le scartoffie sarebbero passate, successivamente ha una voce al telefono che dice: “Chiudo, ora”. e la conversazione è terminata (uno dei problemi riguardava documenti provenienti dall’Albania, poiché Alvin non è un cittadino italiano).

La visita ad Al Hol, la gloriosa scoperta di Alvin, in un campo pieno di 12.000 mostri e bambini le cui vite sono state rubate, è stata nel 2016.

Il signor Pelazzo e’ stato a Beirut per salutare il bambino rapito che aveva aiutato a trovare. Questo è un grande risultato, che deve essere riconosciuto, nonostante il suo apparente tentativo di diminuire il grande risultato, anche, della Mezzaluna Rossa Araba Siriana nellaliberazione del bambino rapito e paralizzato, da al Hol. Il breve rapporto di Pelazzo include un collegamento ipertestuale al video di 1 6 secondi di SARC che trasporta Alvin. Descrive erroneamente la Mezzaluna Rossa di Damasco come Mezzaluna Rossa di Damasco. La SARC è l’unica Mezzaluna rossa in Siria, è la Mezzaluna rossa nazionale e Damasco fa parte della Siria.

I dettagli logistici di come la Repubblica Araba Siriana e la sua SARC, in collaborazione con la Federazione Internazionale delle Società della Croce Rossa e della Mezzaluna Rossa, hanno trascorso tre anni nel procurarsi il rilascio di Alvin dalle viscere dell’inferno, non sono stati resi noti.

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