Saturday, April 23, 2011

Syrians are on the Move (221)

Via Reform Party of Syria

Syria. The people are still in shock over Assad's massacres of yesterday and judging from the number of videos emanating from many sources in Syria and showing in gruesome details the atrocities being committed against unarmed civilians, the Syrian people have won the public relations campaign. But Assad knew it too if he upped the ante, which proves his regime is on the edge of the abyss forcing him to sidestep the PR image.

Yesterday, Assad's regime concluded it is fighting for its life. 

Birzeh. A Video of a burial with thousands of people. Soon thereafter, heavy fire of live ammunition aimed at the marchers erupted. Witnesses are reporting gun fire almost in every Province of Syria against marchers trying to bury yesterday's casualties. 
More are massacred in Douma and Dara'a as they bury their dead. 

Izrah' Reports are coming-in that another massacre is underway with about 10 people dead so far. The soldier who killed Jameel al-Assad for ordering to shoot at unarmed marchers is from this small town in Hawran region, which explains the heavy casualties yesterday in Izrah' and the killing of two children aged 7 and 10. It continues today. The Assads are on a revenge binge against unarmed and innocent civilians. 
Dara'a. Security men forcefully confiscated two ambulances belonging to the National Hospital to insure that injured men receive no medical attention. 

Latakya. After noon prayers in the Rahman Mosque, Assad's security forced the people to exit the Mosque two at a time on their knees for 20 meter before asking them to run. It took 2 hours of humiliation before the Mosque was emptied. 

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Damascus. An announcement for a 3-day civil disobedience has started in some parts of Damascus like al-Midan area. All commercial stores will be closed.

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