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By Steve King
Topic - Malek Jandali
Syrian-American pianist Malek Jandali said his elderly parents were beaten by intelligence agents in the city of Homs in western Syria after he took part in a protest outside the White House in July.
He said that after the protest, security agents in Syria had beaten his elderly parents and told his mother the beating was intended to teach her a lesson about how to raise her children.