Mohammed Asi

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Mohammed Asi is featured centrally in Saving Syria’s Children and related BBC news reports. It is not suggested in any report that he died. The BBC states he is 18 years old.

In the section of Saving Syria’s Children commencing at 34:27 Asi responds very obviously to the presence of the camera and, seemingly on his cue, he and the others start to writhe and groan in unison. (The groans can be heard from 03:02 in the BBC News report of 29 August 2013). The full sequence is analysed here.

The final image below was  provided by BBC Audience Services in its 18 February 2014 response and purports to show Asi “two weeks after the attack in hospital in Turkey”.

In respect of all the alleged victims featured in Saving Syria’s Children, please note the existence and sophistication of HOSPEX “macro simulation” techniques and the personal connection which exists between Dr Saleyha Ahsan and an army officer in charge of running HOSPEX exercises.

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