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Confusing Syria With Libya? Fact-Checking Amnesty International's "hospitals Investigation"

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Syria's hospital staff, some shown above at Al Mouwasat public hospital said they would welcome anyone who wants to discuss what they claim are fabrications in the AI "investigation" Report and to visit with patients and medical staff in order to make their own judgments.

According to Syria's Ministry of Health, it has not received any complaint to date, either from the patients nor from their relatives about any maltreatment or encroachment,

In it's just released report: |"Health Crisis: The Syrian Government Targets the Wounded and Health Workers," Amnesty International falls far below an objective standard and fails to shoulder its burden of proof for the charges it levels at Syria's medical community.

To condemn any country's health service without cause, and mindful of the uncivilized state and expense of our care for profit American health system, one cannot visit hospitals in Syria and Libya and be affected by how much better both systems serve their people than our does.  

AI got lazy in its work and its continued hyping of its deeply flawed "investigation" is egregious.

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AI also fails to meet the standard of investigative work that we who support and endorse its existence and work expect.

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