EVEN IN DEATH, ASSAD’S FORCES WILL NOT ALLOW THEM TO REST IN PEACE. Aleppo (Salah Al Din): May 16, 2013 - They were shot by Asasd’s snipers weeks, maybe months ago. No one can go claim the bodies. if they try, Assad’s forces will ensure they join the bodies on the street floor.
THERE IS NOTHING MORE THE DOCTORS CAN DO. THE BOY IS DEAD. HIS PARENTS IN AGONY. Aleppo (Al-Safira): May 15, 2013 - Mustafa Bin Khaled is only 5 years old. That did not matter to Assad’s forces when they shelled his home. His parents brought him to the clinic in hopes he could be saved, but the force was too great, the medical attention to inadequate. He died.
THERE IS NOTHING ON EARTH THAT WILL STOP THE PEOPLE OF SYRIA FROM PROTESTING. Aleppo (Bustan Al Qasr): May 10, 2013 - Not bullets. Not Bombs. Not Massacres. Nothing. Here are a few protests from Aleppo yesterday. This Friday was dubbed “Banyas, A Sectarian Massacre, A Worldwide Coverup” in dedication to the hundreds of men, women and children who were brutally massacred on May 2nd and 3rd by Assad’s forces in Banyas.
Other large and lively protests across Aleppo yesterday:
THE MOST RESILIANT PEOPLE ON EARTH. THEY SAVE A MAN FROM ASSAD’S SNIPERS. Aleppo (Bab Al Hadeed): May 7, 2013 - A bewildered and elderly man lay on the street in Aleppo. He was shot by Assad’s snipers and does not know what to do. Local FSA fighters try to convince him to move to safety, they even throw him a line … none of which he responds to. Then finally a random civilian runs into the middle of the street and drags the old man to safety under a hail of bullets. He almost makes it but is a few feet short. A few seconds later yet another man jumps in to drag the man to safety, again, under a hail of bullets from Assad’s forces.
STARING DEATH IN HE FACE. Aleppo (Salaheddin): May 1, 2013 - An Assadist tank turns it’s cannon toward these FSA fighters and fires as it attempts to storm the Salaheddin neighborhood in Aleppo. Vastly outgunned, the FSA still prevails. The FSA has an unlimited number of people willing to fight for a free Syria since they have popular backing. Whereas Assad’s forces have a finite and dwindling army that has become almost entirely sectarian and almost fully supported by the Iranian regime and Hezbullah mercenaries.
BUSTAN AL QASR’S “CROSSING OF DEATH” WHAT DAILY LIFE IS LIKE FOR THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE. Aleppo (Bustan Al Qasr): May 1, 2013 - This is what “life” is like in one neighborhood in Aleppo. Thousands of people must cross this street each day as Assad’s snipers relentlessly shoot anyone they wish.
These scenes are repeated thousands of times each day across Syria …
CAN YOU WATCH THE ENTIRE VIDEO? THIS IS WHAT LEISHMANIASIS IS DOING TO OUR CHILDREN. Aleppo (Al Bab): May 1, 2013 - Due to the massive amounts of garbage, refuse, stagnant water and no working sewage system, this disease is no spreading like wildfire in Syria and especially i Aleppo amongst young children. Leishmaniasis is contracted by the Sand Fly, which thrives in unsanitary conditions. Due to Assad’s destruction of the country and the difficulty in getting treatment to many of the children, doctors have had to resort to various home-made treatments.
The effects of Leishmaniasis, which can be seen by open skin sores, can last anywhere from a few months to years after infection, include fever, damage to the spleen and liver, and anemia.
The people of Syria not only have to deal with Assad’s daily massacres, hunger and misery but they must now deal with widespread disease.
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CROSSING THIS STREET MAY BE THE LAST THING THESE PEOPLE EVER DO. Aleppo (Bustan Al Qasr): Apr 30, 2013 - Assad’s snipers don’t care. They will shoot anyone. This is how the people of Aleppo must move from street to street. They have to run for their lives. This is what everyday ‘life’ is like for these people …
THIS IS WHAT DAILY ‘LIFE’ IS LIKE FOR THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY. Aleppo (Bustan Al Qasr): Apr 20, 2013 - What kind of life is this? To get from one street to the next you have to literally run for your life, or else Assad’s snipers will shoot you dead. You can hear a few of the shot ring out as people cross … Assad’s soldiers are merely ‘having fun’ by terrifying these people.
SHE WAS IN HER HOME WHEN ASSAD’S FORCES BOMBED HER HOME, KILLING HER. Aleppo (Anadan): Apr 17, 2013 - Aya Midlij is only a little girl. She did not deserve such a horrible death. The house she lived in came crashing down on her crushing her to death. Locals still don’t give up hope … they know she’s dead, yet they still try their hardest to pull her body from the rubble and get her to a clinic.
April 19, 2013 - The people of Syria come out yet again across the country for another Friday of protests against the Assad regime. They brave the bombings, the massacres, the raids and the misery to protest. This Friday was named “Iran & Hezbullah Will Fall With Assad”
As always, a large and lively protest in Bustan Al Qasr
THEY BRAVE ASSAD’S BOMBS AND PROTEST TO MARK SYRIA’S INDEPENDENCE DAY. Aleppo: Apr 17, 2013 - The day is remembered for Syria’s independence from France. However today it is celebrated for the eventual independence from the Assad regime.
SOME OF THE DEAD IN ALEPPO ARE FINALLY ‘ALLOWED’ TO REST IN PEACE. Aleppo (Masaken Hanano): Apr 16, 2013 - ANA: The Red Crescent managed to retrieve the corpses of 31 people from the northern highway between the Sakhour and the Midan areas of Aleppo; most of them died after being shot by snipers and during the clashes between opposition fighters and regime forces the past months. Many of the bodies had been in the street for months as the Assad regime would fire on anyone trying to retrieve the victims.