Press Release – Syria Break the Wall of Silence

On the day of the public presentation of our new publication “Syria Break: the Wall of Silence” and the subsequent days a massive hacker attack destroyed the website of ARCHumankind, as well the Facebook account of “Syria Breaks the Wall of Silence”.

The profusion of Assad glorifying posters and politically motivated insults that the hackers left on the Facebook account leaves no doubt on the identities of the perpetrators of this attack, exactly those who want to keep the “wall of silence” in Syria intact in order to continue their massive crimes against humanity without being disturbed.

ARCHumankind will not be intimidated, is republishing its bulletin and asks all of those who share the values of life and freedom to not be intimidated by these censorship tactics of the brutal Syrian dictatorship and to do all you can to disseminate the bulletin the Syrian authorities have been working so hard to prevent from being read and distributed.

Brussels, 2014.11.04

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