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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
9 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
9 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
9 months agoYallaSouriya: NuffSilence #FSA managed to sieze a few tanks... http://t.co/kgQdcIM7DF
9 months agoYallaSouriya: NuffSilence Media activist M Zain martyred in Aleppo... http://t.co/TcuU9uNbFT
9 months agoYallaSouriya: NuffSilence Orient TV report about Maaret Nu'man #Idlib... http://t.co/HDAqQvWoUQ
9 months agoNuffSilence: IS THERE ANY MORE OBVIOUS CASE OF SECTARIAN CLEANSING ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD THAN WHAT HAPPENED IN QUSAIR?
9 months agoMoe_Math: At Mayo Clinic WITH @UGARITI_HOMSI. .. this place is LEGENDARY!!!
9 months agoNuffSilence: Orient TV report about Maaret Nu'man #Idlib http://t.co/kCJdVEXPgG cc @SyrianSmurf #Syria
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Daily Archives: March 7, 2012
Abdo Hussameldin, Syria’s deputy oil minister, has announced his defection in a video posted by activists on YouTube, the authenticity of which could not be immediately confirmed. If confirmed, Hussameldin would become one of the highest ranking civilian official to abandon President Bashar … Continue reading
By: Tariq Alhomayed The talk these days revolves around the necessity of providing reassurances to Syria’s minorities in order for them to abandon the Bashar Assad regime. In fact, we cannot say that all Syria’s minorities are with Assad so … Continue reading
UNITED NATIONS: Libya’s prime minister says the world should help the Syrian people obtain their freedom. Abdurrahim el-Keib said the situation in Syria “is definitely analogous” to last year’s uprising in Libya, which received help from NATO to help protect … Continue reading
By: Michelle Nichols Russia accused Libya during a U.N. Security Council meeting on Wednesday of running a training center for Syrian rebels and arming the fighters in their battle to overthrow the country’s President Bashar al-Assad. “We have received information that … Continue reading
By: Josh Wood BEIRUT, Lebanon — As the bloody conflict in Syria enters its second year, it is inflicting economic stresses and uncertainties on the country’s neighbors. In Lebanon and Jordan, which have absorbed thousands of Syrian refugees and where the extent of the spillover … Continue reading
U.N. humanitarian chief Valerie Amos, who is currently visiting Syria, described the Baba Amr district of the battered city of Homs as devastated by the recent shelling and almost devoid of people, a spokeswoman for Amos’ office said on Wednesday. … Continue reading
The Syrian regime’s grip on the country’s second city and main commercial centre is weakening. For almost a year Aleppo has managed to stave off major manifestations of the Syrian uprising from its streets, but as rebel fighters battle for … Continue reading
By: Eva Galperin and Morgan Marquis-Boire A few weeks ago, we started seeing reports of a Trojan called Darkcomet RAT on computers belonging to Syrian activists which would capture webcam activity, disable the notification setting for certain antivirus programs, record key strokes, … Continue reading
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee on the violence in Syria.
By: Phil Sands DAMASCUS, Syria – Syria’s economic crisis is deepening with petrol shortages, a plunging currency and complaints from government employees over unpaid salaries. Long queues have been common at filling stations in and around Damascus for months but … Continue reading