Sunday, June 12, 2011

Helicopters of Syrian forces kill 25 people in other protests Friday

At least 25 Syrian demonstrators died Friday at the hands of security forces loyal to Bashar Asad army, backed by helicopters. Ten of them Idleb region in northwestern Pakistan, according to a balance offered by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (OSDH). Due to restrictions imposed by the regime, journalists can not move freely and is difficult to confirm the information.

The head of the NGO, Rami Abdel Rahmane, said the military regime killed nine people and two Latakia Bosra to Hariri, in the southern province of Deraa, where protests began against the Assad government. Two others were killed nearby in a neighborhood of Damascus, during demonstrations in which they burned the image of the dictator, according to a video released by the OSDH.

The Syrians staged on Friday the umpteenth day of protests against the regime, called this time as the 'Friday the clans. " As in the past, Syrian state television reported that they were "armed men" who fired on security forces. Opponents hung on internet videos showing the protests in cities such as Aleppo, Homs, Latakia, Bu Kamal, Kamishli or Deir al Zor.

NGOs also condemned violence in the town of Jisr to Shugour, where the army launched a military offensive against the opposition. The goal, according to Damascus, is "to restore security." So have been deployed up to 30,000 soldiers in that area. The opposition claimed on Wednesday that the military came in with tanks to Shugour Jisr and shots rang out.

Witnesses said Syrian security forces arbitrarily fire wherever it happens. In addition, it imposed a curfew in the city of Ariha, in the same province, where heavy gunfire were heard. The regime accuses extremists of the death of 120 police and soldiers, but the opposition says they were killed by colleagues in refusing to obey orders to repress civilians.

No comments:

Post a Comment