The Beginning Of My Ascendance
My Sister, Nicole Vienneau, Has Gone Missing in Syria|
|Date:||November 17th, 2007 09:18 am (UTC)|| |
Re: Serial killer from 2004
It's true that the area isn't as safe as it used to be.
I think that there is a limited amount one can do sitting behind a computer in North America, and it seems it has been mostly done at this point.
Perhaps, though, it might be helpful to go to Syria and visit the mosques in the Hama area (all the mosques if possible), asking the Imams to appeal to their congregations for information. Not just anyone who saw anything, but anyone who heard or suspects anything.
The Imams might not post a picture in their mosques, but there should be enough missing posters around that anyone can see them.
Probably an anonymous post office box and, possibly, an anonymous mobile phone number would be best in this case. Everyone in Syria knows the internet is monitored there.
The appeal would be best made by relatives, like a brother and mother. The concept of a long-time partner to whom one is not married is rather incompehensible to many observant Muslims, although the concept of fiance is not.
I wish you the best.