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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:June 9th, 2007 12:15 am (UTC)

Travel to Syria ill advised at the present time

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Good evening,

It appears that both Israel and Syria are preparing for war at the moment. You should check the most recent OSAC bulletin for Syria, found here:

https://www.osac.gov/Regions/country.cfm?country=29

Other sources confirm the information in this bulletin and further indicate that Syria is also acquiring resources and implementing plans for war with Israel.

This creates an insecure environment for travel in general and may cause Syria to restrict access and/or limit their ability to cooperate with your investigative efforts.

-David Kovar
Director, 1SRG
http://www.1srg.org
From:(Anonymous)
Date:June 9th, 2007 05:56 am (UTC)

Re: Travel to Syria ill advised at the present time

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You misunderstood the article. It has been like this for 40 years!
From:(Anonymous)
Date:June 9th, 2007 05:27 pm (UTC)

Re: Travel to Syria ill advised at the present time

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Good morning,

I do understand the history and the present fairly well. The article alone is just another step in the 40 year history, but additional intelligence suggests that major armed conflict may break out on the border very soon.

If you are planning on travelling to Syria, I'd suggest finding some contacts in the intelligence community who can tell you what is going on behind the scenes. The US State Department has regional security officers (RSOs) in their embassies who are a good source of security information. I imagine that the Canadian government has similar officers in place.

There are also commercial travel risk management firms. iJet (www.ijet.com) is one that has a good reputation. I have no connection with them, but if we needed this sort of resource, they're who I'd go to.

-David Kovar
Director, 1SRG
http://www.1srg.org
From:(Anonymous)
Date:June 10th, 2007 01:01 am (UTC)

Re: Travel to Syria ill advised at the present time

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Well in OSAC site there are tarvel warnings for many countries but Syria is not one of them.
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