Mohammad Abdul-Mawla al-Hariri is a Deraa native – and al-Jazeera’s previous correspondent from Deraa. He was arrested after his last report. (Click here)
Hariri was convicted with “grand treason, undermining the state’s dignity, and cooperating with foreign bodies”. He was sentenced to death, and awaiting execution in Saydnaya’s Prison.
The regime tortured Hariri, broke his back, and denied him any medical treatment. He was being carried to the court on a blanket.
Syrian activists is calling upon Syrians and Human Rights organizations to try to save Hariri’s life. “Save a revolution hero”, they say.
Original Arabic post on Kebreet. (Click Here)