THE TOWN WAS LIBERATED ONLY DAYS AGO. THIS MEANT AN AUTOMATIC DEATH SENTENCE FOR ALL. Daraa (Nawa): July 29, 2013 - I do not know the name of the little boy in this video. He was simply a child living in his hometown when Assad’s forces decided to shell him and kill him.
The town of Nawa was liberated from Assad’s forces a few days ago. However, in Syria, liberation from Assad’s murderous forces does not mean complete liberation. It means that you have now entered the second phase of Assad’s wrath. If he cannot rule you in tyranny, he will destroy you in agony.
Tasnim Hayan is a Syrian refugee. She was living in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan when her tent burnt down. She has no living family left to care for her, all have died in Syria and her mother was killed in the fire.
She is in constant and agonizing pain. She underwent 3 surgeries in Jordan until funds ran out to care for her and now she is literally stuck where she lay’s in some hospital in Jordan without family and without a sponsor.
HORRIFIC FOOTAGE FROM AN AISTRIKE ON A MOSQUE. CHILDRNE’S BODYPARTS ARE EVERYWHERE. Aleppo (Anadan): July 30, 2013 - The morning raid was carried out by Assad’s forces. The only air-force in Syria that the world allows to operate and bomb Syrians with impunity. The mosque appears to be home to refugees. You can clearly see the horrific aftermath of this strike.
The targets were as you see them. They were not “collateral damage” in some strike on “terrorists”. These women and children were the target. Their death was the objective.
"I JUST WANT MY MOTHER! PLEASE OH GOD PLEASE I JUST WANT MY MOTHER!" Idleb (Maaret Al Nouman): July 28, 2013 - Her head was split open when a shell fired by Assad’s forces landed in her home. She’s being treated at the makeshift field clinic and screaming for her mother. She’s so terrified she begs the doctors not to hurt her as they try and treat her wounds.
THESE CHILDREN WERE ATTACKED WITH CLUSTER BOMBS BY ASSAD’S FORCES. Aleppo: July 27, 2013 - Do you need any further explanation? Do you feel any pity for them? Or will you ignore them because they were not injured/killed by “chemical weapons” the world is so afraid of. Cluster bombs alone have killed more children than chemical weapons have killed in total since Assad declared war on the people of Syria.
***GRAPHIC*** WATCH AND LISTEN. 40 HORRIFIC SECONDS OF DEAD AND DYING CHILDREN. Damascus (Khan Al Sheeh): July 25, 2013 - All were killed or injured by Assad’s forces when their homes came under attack. None can be taken to anything resembling a real hospital, instead they are brought here, to some makeshift clinic. Doctors and volunteers try desperately to save those that they can as other dead children are layed side by side.
This is the fate the world has left our children to. As Assad’s allies pour resources into Assad’s killing machine, our “friends” simply watch and turn away, worried about “terrorists among the opposition” when Assad’s forces have killed more children in Syria than terrorists have killed people in the last 10 years worldwide.
***HEARTBREAKING*** A LITTLE BOY TAKES THE FINAL AGONIZING BREATHS ON THIS EARTH. Homs (Talbiseh): July 28, 2013 - He’s brought in by what appears to be a relative, maybe his sister. She’s sobbing as she lays him down on the gurney. The doctor at the makeshift clinic takes one look at the boy and signals to the nurse with a wave of his hand that this child is in his final moments. He does not say it to her, but you can clearly tell from his hand gesture.
Now, all they can do is wait for the boy to take his final few breaths before he dies. His body fighting for each and every gasp, the will to live is so great that it continues for as long as humanely possible under any circumstances. But the force of the Russian weapons used by Assad’s forces are too great for anyone, much less a small boy to overcome.
As they wait for him to die you can hear a shell land outside as everyone jumps and pauses for a second. Assad’s forces are trying to make sure all of those they injured are dead and that those that are dead are truly gone.
This is the fate of our children. This is how they must die.
Aleppo - July 26, 2013: Over a period of two days Assad’s forces launched multiple ground to ground missiles and carried out numerous air attacks against the people of Aleppo resulting in 90 deaths. 35 of the dead are children.
Locals attempt to rescue a little boy trapped in the rubble. I don’t know if they were able to free him.
MURDERED BY A REGIME THAT WANT’S NOTING MORE THAN TO SEE HER GENERATION END. Daraa (Inkhel): July 27,2 013 - Rimas Hani Abbas is two years old. She was killed when Assad’s forces shelled her home. She was not “collateral” damage in some “conflict”. She was the target. Her death was the objective. To think otherwise shows a lack of understanding for the Assad regime.
THE BEGINNING OF THE END. UNFOLDING BEFORE YOUR VERY EYES. Homs (Khalidiyeh): July 26, 2013 - This is Homs as you are “used” to seeing it each and every single day for almost 2 years. Under a hell-storm of shells and rockets fired by Assad’s forces. The residents and brave fighters of Homs have been able to hold out despite an 800+ day siege. However it seems that they will not be able to hold out any longer against the combined forces of the Iranian Military, Hezbullah Mercenaries, Assad’s regular forces and the ultra sectarian “National Defense Forces” all armed to the teeth with an endless supply of weapons and supplies from the Russian Military.
It seems Assad’s friends care for him and his tyrannical rule more than our “friends” care for our lives and freedom. When Homs is gone, don’t ever tell us that we did not warn you.
The mosque of Khalid Bin Walid hours before Hezbullah forces occupied it.
Here is a photo from Al Manar TV (Hezbullah’s TV station) from inside the mosque. They destroyed the mosque. Desecrated Khaled Bin Walid’s tomb. Then broadcasted from inside of it after it’s occupation. You can thank Nasrallah for brining Shia & Sunni’s together again …
Yet despite all of the above. Despite the shells and rockets. Despite the massacres, both the ones committed and the ones yet to be carried out against them. Despite the hunger and misery. Despite it all … the people of Homs still come out to do what they did on the first days of this revolution. They came out to protest peacefully and celebrate their eventual freedom. Many of the people below, children included, know they will die, yet they also know that their deaths will not be in vain, that it will have been for the freedom of our country from tyranny few people on Earth have had the misfortune to wittiness and experience.