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Top Secret Syrian Security Documents Leaked To Arabian News Channel Al Arabiya

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The contents of top secret Syrian security documents are to be broadcast on Arabian news channel, Al Arabiya.

The documents, leaked by members of the Syrian opposition, reveal details of what happened to the Turkish fighter-jet downed in Syria and the Iranian and Russian roles in aiding the Assad regime, newscaster Al Arabiya said.

Hezbollah’s role in supporting the regime is also disclosed, the channel said.

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The documents reveal how Russia and Iran have helped Assad's regime


The verified documents go into detail about the establishment of a joint command force which intervenes in all matters related to the Syrian crisis.

They show how the armed group received written and clear orders from the highest authorities to ‘eradicate’ Syrian activists and carry out a series of bombings.

At least 30,000 people have been killed since protests against President Bashar al-Assad broke out in February 2011.

More than 700,000 refugees could flee Syria by the end of the year, the United Nations has warned. The situation in Syria has been declared a civil war.

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A young child is rescued from the rubble of a building destroyed by government airstrike in Azaz

“The documents will reveal – for the first time – shocking information which includes details about what happened to the Turkish fighter-jet downed by Syria and incidents which reveal the Syrian regime’s role in attempting to shake Jordan’s and Lebanon’s stability,” Al Arabiya said.

The 2-week long pre-recorded program airs Saturday to Thursday. It commences on Saturday, Sept. 29th, 2012 at 16:30 GMT, on Al Arabiya’s “Al Hadath” channel.

Al Arabiya’s English language portal – http://english.alarabiya.net/ – will be posting subtitled versions of the program translated into English snf downloadable copies of the newly leaked documents.

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Syrians dig through rubble of a building destroyed by a government airstrike as they search for survivors on Friday