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April 22nd, 2007
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My Sister, Nicole Vienneau, Has Gone Missing in Syria

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From:(Anonymous)
Date:May 3rd, 2007 07:40 pm (UTC)

Don't worry, we will find her.

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Hi
I'm Syrian living in Montreal my name is Max. I have forwarded the whole story with a link to this website to a Syrian online news named Syria-News this is their website:

www.syria-news.com

I also called a friend of mine in the city of Hama and explained for him the whole story in case he knows or maybe in the future hears anything about it.

I really recommend what the fellow before me had suggested and that you contact some media newspapers that speak in English.

If there are any Arabic news papers you wish me to address just let me know here on a reply.

Good Luck
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From:vienneau
Date:May 4th, 2007 03:48 am (UTC)

Re: Don't worry, we will find her.

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Hi Max,

Thank you so much for forwarding the link. The Syrian media is one of our primary targets as we want to get as many people within Syria reading about the issue as they have the best chance of recognizing Nicole and letting us know where they saw her.

Right now we're fairly certain she disappeared between Hamas and Aleppo. If you or your friend have any contacts in the area around Ibn Wardan or the Dead Cities or even the "beehive houses", we'd love to hear from them. People who run tours in the area or drive microbuses also may have helpful information, especially if they did so around March 31st.

We may move to contact more newspapers in the near future, and if we do so, I'll definitely let you know.
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