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Tweet Blendertweets4peace: Mum says "they beat him I screamed stop he's a child, then shot him. I saw his blood flow across road" "he's a child"(previous tweet) #Syria
6 months agotweets4peace: His dad says "my son said: 'even if Muhamad came down I won't give anything on credit' - they beat & shot him. Child"(previous tweet) #Syria
6 months agotweets4peace: Parts from video include the mum saying "way they killed him you'd think they caught someone from Hezbollah group" (previous tweet) #Syria
6 months agoYallaSouriya: NuffSilence #FSA managed to sieze a few tanks... http://t.co/kgQdcIM7DF
6 months agoYallaSouriya: NuffSilence Media activist M Zain martyred in Aleppo... http://t.co/TcuU9uNbFT
6 months agoYallaSouriya: NuffSilence Orient TV report about Maaret Nu'man #Idlib... http://t.co/HDAqQvWoUQ
6 months agoNuffSilence: IS THERE ANY MORE OBVIOUS CASE OF SECTARIAN CLEANSING ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD THAN WHAT HAPPENED IN QUSAIR?
6 months agoMoe_Math: At Mayo Clinic WITH @UGARITI_HOMSI. .. this place is LEGENDARY!!!
6 months agoNuffSilence: Orient TV report about Maaret Nu'man #Idlib http://t.co/kCJdVEXPgG cc @SyrianSmurf #Syria
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Daily Archives: December 28, 2011
A journalist who visited Syria talks to CNN’s Becky Anderson about what he witnessed, and talks about his experiences in various neighborhoods in the Syrian province of Homs, including Baba Amr and Khaldiyeh.
By: Josh Rogin As the violence in Syria spirals out of control, top officials in President Barack Obama’s administration are quietly preparing options for how to assist the Syrian opposition, including gaming out the unlikely option of setting up a … Continue reading
There is “no conclusive proof” that Al-Qaeda is operating along the Lebanese-Syrian border, Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Wednesday, as controversy brews over remarks by Lebanon’s pro-Syrian defence minister. “There is no conclusive evidence of the presence of Al-Qaeda … Continue reading
Video: The people of Homs protest against the government in the presence of the army and Arab League observers
Civilians of Homs protest against the government in the presence of army officials and Arab League observers. The people of Bab Dreib & Bab al-Sibaa converge at a checkpoint between the two neighborhoods and protest in the faces of Assad … Continue reading
By: Nicholas Blanford Turkey Turkey, Syria’s non-Arab neighbor to the north, has seen its regional influence increase significantly in recent months. Once a staunch ally of President Bashar al-Assad, Turkey has come out strongly against the Syrian regime’s crackdown. It … Continue reading
By: Ariel Zirulnick Arab League observers are touring Syria’s most tense cities to ensure the government is withdrawing the Army and bringing an end to widespread bloodshed. But activists are expressing great skepticism about the mission’s ability and willingness to … Continue reading
THE HOPES of Syrians for an end to the criminal repression by the regime of Bashar al-Assad now depend on the Arab League and the observer force it dispatched to the country this week. It is a very thin reed. … Continue reading
By: Kareem Fahim Violence continued to flare in the Syrian city of Homs on Wednesday, despite the presence of Arab League observers who are supposed to be monitoring a withdrawal of government forces from the city. At least one person … Continue reading
Warning: video contains graphic images Unconfirmed reports suggest the boy’s name was Ahmad Mohammed al-Ra’i and he was 5 years old. Neither the timing nor location of the video can be confirmed as it is very difficult for independent media … Continue reading
By: Phil Sands For a month, almost two, it looked as though 2011 was going to be a good year, even an easy one, for the Syrian president, Bashar Al Assad. After a long boycott, the United States returned an ambassador … Continue reading