Who: Ahmad Qassem Abu an-Nasr Hamza and Ali Ghazwan al-Ashaal
Victim: Ayman al-Owaishi
Date: November 11, 2011
Location: Amayra, Wadi Khaled, North Lebanon
Owaishi, 24, was wounded when he stepped on a landmine planted in the border town of Amayra in the Wadi Khaled region of north Lebanon, a security source said.
Category: One killed
Who: Ali al-Khatib
Date: October 6 2011
Location: Arsal, Beqaa, Lebanon
BEIRUT: A Syrian farmer died from a gunshot wound after the Syrian Army fired into the Bekaa village of Arsal Thursday afternoon, a high ranking security source told The Daily Star.
After the incident, the Syrian Army unit which had crossed into Lebanon withdrew into Syrian territory without offering any explanation. The Syrian army did not initiate contact with Lebanese authorities.
The Daily Star: Syrian army fatally shoots man in lebanese territory.
October 7, 2011
Who: Shibli al-Ayssami / Shebli Al-Aysami
Category: disappeared / kidnapped
Date: May 24 2011
Location: Aley, Lebanon
Reported by: The Syrian Council for Human Rights on May 26th 2011
Shibli Alayssami, 87, a prominent Syrian politician, retired from all political activities since 1992, went missing amid “mysterious circumstances,” from the town of Aley , Lebanon. He disappeared after he left his daughter’s house, at 4.30, for a walk.
He’s believed to be held in Syria.
Ya Libnan, June 15 2011, No word on whereabouts of missing Syrian opposition leader
Now Lebanon, August 16 2011, Where is Shibli al-Ayssami?
Syrian Emergency Task Force, July 21 2011, SYRIAN REGIME’S LIMITLESS CRUELTY USING 80 YEAR OLD grand father…
States Time, October 16 2011: Syrian embassy slammed over kidnappings in Lebanon
Date: February 25, 2011
L’Orient-Le Jour, March 11, 2011, Disparition de 3 opposants syriens a Beyrouth.
October 19, 2011 - According to An-Nahar Newspaper, “the family of the Syrian Al-Jassem brothers [who were abducted in Lebanon] dropped the lawsuit that they had filed for the abduction, and said that their sons are present in Syria.” Cf. article.
November 13, 2011 – According to the Lebanese Institute for Democracy and Human Rights, Jassem Merii al-Jassem, one of the four Syrian brothers kidnapped in Lebanon, has died in a Syrian prison (reported by MTV). Cf. article in NowLebanon and in naharnet.con.