- Posted July 15, 2012 by
Syria's regime killed another 124 including unborn baby in 24 hours
Sahit Muja: The butcher of Syrian people, the mass-murderer Bashar al-Assad’s mafia regime now is killing pregnant woman and unborn children.
About 124 people killed in Syria within 24 hours. Syrian troops bombarded several areas in Deir Ezzor, Hama and Homs, killing at least nine people on Sunday, a watchdog said.
AFP correspondent reported shelling near Aleppo. On Saturday at least 115 people were killed across Syria.
Four civilians were killed in the Deir Ezzor neighbourhood of Hamidiyeh as troops shelled parts of the eastern oil city.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
In the central province of Homs, regime forces again bombed the rebel stronghold of Rastan as they attempted to gain control of the town which has been under the control of rebels since February.
Several areas of Homs city also were bombed, killing two civilians, the watchdog said.
In the central province of Hama, two civilians were killed and others wounded in bombing of Al-Qalet Madiq. In the same region, the military also stormed the villages of Jreires and Maarzaf, using heavy weapons.
On Saturday a pregnant woman was among 115 killed across Syria, activists reported.
In the southern province of Deraa, activists said that troops and militias had stormed and torched the southern town of Khirbet GhazalehToday I can say without any doubt that those cut-throat mass-murderer killers of Assad called “Shabieh”, will all soon be put on trial for Crimes Against Humanity.
The criminal mass-murderer Bashar al-Assad and his illegitimate mafia regime of gangsters will soon join that of Ben Ali, Qaddafi, Saddam Husein, Osama Bin Laden and Hosni Mubarak.
Syrians are struggling against Assad’s mass-murderer military to continue their revolution. "The Arab Spring".
The UN, West and Muslim world waits and watches. Why are the Syrian peoples’ lives and struggles not as important as those in Libya, Tunisia, and Egypt?
When will the Muslims stop repeating its mistake of supporting some, yet standing by and watching why others fall at the hands of murderers?
When will we finally reflect on past events and remark that we prevented another disaster.It seems history teaches us nothing, and never will. What sadness for the hopes of the Syrian people. They’re risking their lives for the change they believe in.
The sight of Mubarak in a cage is a great news for struggles of Syrian's for real democracy.
I call on all People in the world to support the courageous demonstrators in Syria who risk everything they have for freedom and a better life for their families.
I call upon our government, the United Nations, and free countries and peoples throughout the world to STOP the mass-murderer Assad .
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