In countries across the globe, unsolved questions about past atrocities are taken up in earnest by survivors, victims’ families and activists: Who killed our loved ones? Who was responsible? Where are the bodies buried? And when will we see justice done?
SNHR reports: Since 23 December, 2012, when government forces targeted Al-Bayyada neighborhood in Homs, gases believed to be chemical have been used 28 times. The most recent chemical attack was on Monday 21/July/2013 when Al-Yarmouk Camp neighborhood in the south of Damascus was targeted. These attacks killed a total of 83 individuals, and injured 1271 others. Please review the previous reports and studies published by SNHR which document the details of the previous incidents.
This report includes the number of victims who fell during February 2015. In Syria, claiming the ,lives of thousands, mainly civilian women and children, goes on using all kinds of weapons and targeting the various civilian neighborhoods.
“It must be now clear to western defence chiefs that there is only one credible fighting force on the ground capable of fighting ISIS and that is the Syrian military. The Syrians [i.e. the Syrian regime] have held all the aces up their sleeve…
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