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Syria: SOS Chrétiens d’Orient and Bashar AL-ASSAD militias….

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French humanitarian NGO SOS Chrétiens d’Orient (SOSCO) claims to support persecuted Christians in Syria and the wider Middle East without interfering in conflicts or local politics. But in reality, the seven-year-old NGO, founded by far-right, conservative, Catholic activists, thinly veils its agenda to amplify Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s propaganda and push for a normalization of diplomatic relationships between Damascus and EU countries. Using open-source analysis and extensive reporting, the 8-month investigation reveals that SOSCO’s Syrian operations have provided support to Christian militias fighting for Assad that have been accused of multiple war crimes. The NGO’s support could make it complicit in…

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