Another steaming pile of Â shiite from the media.
Sammy, the food & water boy:
Roxburgh Park (musel-)man Sammy Salma, 21, killed in Aleppo explosion (Aleks Devic From: Herald Sun)
Just goes to show that the lame stream media is all the same, even the Herald Sun disqualifies itself:
A MELBOURNE (Musel-) man has been killed in Syria with his brother describing him as an “inspiration”.
Mr Salma, who has been in Syria since October, died on the front line but was not involved in the war between government soldiers and rebels, his older brother Mohamad Salma said yesterday.
“He was a gentle person and wanted to help people – that was his nature,” he said.Â “He was an inspiration to a lot of young people who looked up to him.”
Whenever a muslim opens his mouth he lies:
Mr Salma said his family did not know his brother was going to Syria when he left home last year.
“It was mixed emotions when we heard but then again that’s what he loved, helping people.”
Mr Salma said his boxing trainer brother was not part of any regime and was not part of the violence.
“He was there for a humanitarian purpose to help those refugees who don’t have homes, food or water,” he said.
Mr Salma said the family was notified of the death by an anonymous caller and were shocked at the news.
“We all miss and he is still in our prayers,” he said.
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade spokeswoman Sandra O’Malley said the department had not been informed of the death by members of that person’s family or by Syrian authorities.
“We stand ready to provide consular assistance to the family, should they request it,” she said.
“Since April 2011, the Australian Government has strongly advised all Australians not to travel to Syria because of the extremely dangerous security situation.
“The Government’s capacity to provide consular assistance to Australians in Syria is very limited.”
Australia’s boss of Free Syria Army Zaky Mallah said despite the highly dangerous situation in Syria, it was worth the risk to help out the people.
“It’s definitely worth it. You are saving human life and Syrians who need help,” he said.
“It’s our duty of care. We know it’s risky and that we may be killed.”