Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Who is Mimi Al-Laham (Syrian Girl)?

Alex Jones loves her. YouTubers drool over her physical beauty. But there's also a faction who call her a misinformation agent, a mouthpiece for Assad and a government spy. So who is Syrian Girl?

As a burgeoning political and social media figure she has garnered nearly 1 million views on YouTube alone. Not to mention almost 11,000 followers on Faceook and about half that many on Twitter. Aside from her husky and deliberately labored speech, flavored with both Syrian and English (think England) affects, she is an ardent supporter of Syrian nationalism. That is, being no supporter of most existing world governments, a desire for Syria to remain autonomous from international influence.

When she appeared on the Australian television program "Insight" concerning the Syrian civil war, as viewed by Syrians living in that country, she was identified as a Sunni named Mimi Al-Laham. In her own words she's an Assad supporter insomuch as he's better than the Obama Regime backed alternative, the Muslim brotherhood, who are known al-Qaeda operatives and puppets of the New World Order. She's also for the reform process and surmises that an overthrow of Assad would lead to the destruction of Syria while gradual, democratically-inspired change would be a stabilizing force and the true will of her people.

A self-described member of the former bourgeois ruling-class that was deposed from power during the Bathist coup, she would like to run Syria herself one day. Her grandfather was in government and she believes that the only path for Syrian sovereignty is through diplomatic reform, believing that her country will become another Afghanistan if left to the desire of outside forces (NATO, Israel and the United States). A fact that has not evaded one of Syria's staunch enemies in Israel.

Outside of the media attention her personal life is a mystery. She is believed to be residing in Australia with her father.


Saga Gemini said...

Yes, she does live in Australia.

When people defend the "rebels", nobody calls them misinformation agents, spies, terrorist supporters, wahhabists, Al-Qaeda lovers etc.

Anonymous said...

She may be in Australia or possibly New Zealand, where she would have more safety than being in Sydney where wahhabi thugs routinely attack shiites without fear of arrest or jail.
She also has hinted that she is not necessarily a baathist and as we are seeing that many Assad supporters are of various political and religious beliefs.
Anything is better than a saudi wahhabi.....anything!

Anonymous said...

You're all misinformed, oversexed mormons.

She is Sunni, yes, but like many religions she is obviously not a hardliner. She has SPOKEN OUT AGAINST Assad's regime. She is simply stating that Syria was *better off* under Assad, but was by no means perfect. She is not a "wahabbist". She is not a Salafist either. Syria is an ancient and beautiful SECULAR land, and has had Muslims, Christians and Jews living together for THOUSANDS of years, and now USA, UK, Israel and rest of the west (as well as drumming up support via Zionist-run media) are paying for children willing to martyr for the FSA (The WESTERN/ISRAEL [Al-Qaeda/Al-CIADA] opposition to Assad, women are being raped, enslaved and murdered as well as HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of civilians. Who is supporting this monetarily? YOU ARE.

The thread on where she lives sickens me. Stop thinking with your dicks. Why does it matter where she lives?

I weep for our future.

Jeff Mitchell said...

Good article, thank you for writing! Syrian Girl was recently at a pro-Syria/pro-Assad rally in Sydney, you can find it via handsoffsyria on Youtube. This is a very interesting issue indeed. Welcome to the propaganda war.

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Anonymous said...

I can't believe how much lies there are in this article. I suppose it's just a matter of misinformation. Please watch her videos and then you'll understand what's her real position

Anonymous said...

She is definetly NOT syrian. She doesnt even pronounce the name of her country correctly. A real syrian would never say it like that.

I suspect she maybe is Iranian as her accent is not Arab-ish but rather Farsi-ish.

Anonymous said...

There is something to it aNONYMOUS indeed...i was wondering what is going on myself but perhaps she know a couple of languages and this twisted her accent. It is possible I picked up German accent while living there and it seems to be stack to me even though now I have to use English ... people ask me if I came from Germany even though I am Russian ...

Christian said...

I think I'm in love.

Anonymous said...

Syrian girl is actually Maram Susli living in Perth Australia in a jewish area works at uwa

Anonymous said...

The answer

Anonymous said...

I think Syrian Girl posted a comment on this post I think her post is the one that ends with; 'I weep for our future'.
Posted on June 17, 2013 at 10:25 AM

I'm so sure it is her.

As for her accent well I had the same issue myself. I was born abroad yet raised in the UK and my accent evolved in many ways and still does.

Rev. Robin Lowell said...

Spot on!

Anonymous said...

She is just an expert in misinformation and most likely an agent of Russia. She continuously makes false statements and claims, and clearly is an extremist. She clearly supports Assad and Russia, both killing civilians!! If she is in Australia, she should be deported upon once: she is clearly anti western and anti anglo saxon and thinks Russia is the next world order!!!!

Anonymous said...

I agree with this woman about Assad, but she rants on in her videos about how NATO, the US and Israel are at fault for her perceived notions of mistreatment to Syria.

Stop blaming the wrong peoples. Islam is the problem.