The body of the Syrian young man, Mohammed Al-Mousa, who was killed in the house of actress Nancy Ajram last January, was transferred to Syria, where he arrived in a private car to the capital, Damascus, after he had been stuck on the Lebanese border for a long period of time, after the Syrian Red Crescent refused to transfer his body under the pretext of lack of jurisdiction.
Al-Musa’s body arrived in his hometown in the Syrian capital, Damascus. Syrian lawyer Rehab Mamdouh Bitar, the legal representative of the dead family, published the first pictures of the moment he arrived in Syria, where his body is dissected in the coming hours by a medical committee headed by Dr. Zahir Hajo.
Commenting on the photos that she posted on her Twitter account, Rehab Bitar said: “Mohamed Al-Mousa is coming home.”
And she participated in another tweet, a video clip in which the mother of the Syrian victim appeared at her first meeting with her son since his death, crying next to her and she was comforting her, and she commented: “The moment the mother meets the pleasure of her liver, what makes her difficult for the mother’s heart.”