Friday, 17 June 2011

‎06-17-11 #Homs #Syria This man risks his life to capture these images for the world to see, This is the #Syrian #Baath government

June 17 - Demonstrations in Syria's Cities

-Idlib:A huge demonstration supports Ma'arat Alna'aman and demands that the regime step down.
-Aleppo: Demonstration in Saif Aldawla and Salah-Eddin demand that the regime step down.

-Horan Nuwa: A demonstration headed out from Almahmadi Mosque, but the security forces broke it up with their shooting. However, the people are now gathering again.
-Damascus Jober: Demonstrations continue and the people demand that the regime step down.
-Damascus: Thousands are gathered at Aldaba Square in Alqadam to demand freedom and the regime to step down.

-Damascus Rikn Aldeen: Security forces and regime thugs attack the demonstrators and many are wounded while others are arrested
-Damascus Suburbs: Large demonstrations in Saqba, Hamuria, Kefrbatna, and Jisrain head towards Alkarkun Square in Kefrbatna.
-Damascus: A large demonstration in Al Kusswa
-Latakia: A demonstration in Alqusur demands that the regime step down, and the security forces try to repress it.
-Homs: A large demonstration gathers in front of the ambassadors hotel in Homs.
-and other cities, Hama, Baynass,Jablaa,Dier Al Zouier,AbuKamal

Security forces and thugs open fie on protesters today, June 17, in #AlBokamal. The murder of peaceful protesters needs to end!

‎#Houran chants, "Oh #Daraa, we are with you until death," on Friday, June 17. God give strength and victory to all the brave cities and towns protest

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Tuesday, 7 June 2011


Over 120 Syrian refuges from Jisr Al Shaghour arrive in Turkey. Also, General 58 and battalion of tanks heads from leading 1st division to #Idlib #Jisr Al Shaghour #Syria Praying for the people and their safety

Monday, 6 June 2011

Witness from Banyas telling the story of his detention

I’m a traitor, a son of a لجان التنسيق المحلية في سوريا on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at 9:04am

This is a testimony of one of the newly released detainees in Banyas. We tell it exactly as we heard it:
After the security forces and the Shabiha (regime's armed thugs) stormed the town “Al-Marqab”, and during their raid on houses, I ran to the forest and I hid between the bushes as many of the the people who were horrified by the sound of shootings did. The thugs, however, swept the forest in large numbers and started shooting randomly. They used heavy and light artillery. They shot even the animals they saw in this mountain land.
They were shooting live ammo on unarmed people who were running away and hiding in the forest. I decided that the safest thing to do is to go and surrender before they shoot me as well.
Of course, I left my hiding place and surrendered to them. Two soldiers stole away my cell phone and the cash money I had. Obviously, that was accompanied by severe insults and cursing my honor. Afterwards, they told me to lie down on the floor and they shot me in my right thigh with a bullet that penetrated the bone, and with another bullet in my left thigh. Then they left me bleeding profusely in my place that is remote and uninhabited.
It is a blessing that a few of the residents and children that fled like me are treated at the Charitable Association Hospital. Of course this is a non-governmental hospital where I stayed for two days until security agents arrived and arrested me while I was in a critical condition along with other wounded people. They closed down this hospital that was the only safe hospital where the wounded can get treatment. They took me along with other wounded people to the stadium and I stayed for 24 hours where I received no medical care for my critical injuries.
I was exposed to beating and humiliation the same way like other detained people. After my medical condition worsened I was transported to the National Hospital in Banyas. I was not treated as a patient but as a prisoner in one of Hitler’s nazi prisons. I was blindfolded the entire time and there were no angels of mercy (nurses) at the hospital except for the angels of punishment that increased my suffering and pain. One of the nurses, for example, put a pen on the spot of my wound and moved the pen to increase my paid. They would also press on my wounds to increase my paid (I don’t know if this was part of the treatment). The “angels of punishment also brought children and teenagers who beat me and humiliated me while asking me who I am. My answer was that I am the traitor.
I remained in this situation for 2 days and then they transported me to Al Bassel hospital in Tartous, where I was treated, I can't say as a patient, but still much better than how the doctors and nurses at the national hospital in Banyas treated me. I stayed there for 8 days, then I was taken to the military intelligence in Tartous, blindfolded and hands tied down behind my back with a plastic band that was eating off my flesh. There I was interrogated brutally, they didn't consider my wounds or bring me a medicine despite me begging them. After that, we were carried like cattle, around 100 detainees in a bus that was originally designed for a maximum of 50 passengers, and we were taken to the military intelligence headquarters in Damascus. Throughout the whole trip, we were beaten, insulted and humiliated, all while still shackled and blindfolded. When we arrived, further interrogation and psychological as well as physical torture awaited us. At last we were taken to the military police headquarters in Qaboun, then to the Baloni prison in Homs, and then we were released.
I've seen some young activists, renowned for their honesty, being more monstrously tortured than the others. 2 of those were tied down, and had something like a cage on their heads, and were stood up in a hall where all the other detainees as well as staff walking by were forced to beat and kick them.

Saturday, 4 June 2011


Today, June 4th, 2011, Canadians from Windsor to Montreal are coming to the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa to call on our government to take a clear and strong actions against the Syrian regime’s barbaric response to the Syrian peaceful protesters all over Syria, who are demanding dignity, freedom and justice.


Friday, 3 June 2011

Listen to the story as told by Syrian children - Syrian revolution - Eng...

Hamah- the medical equipment has run out at Hospital

S.N.N | Hamah: The madical equipment needed for treatment has run out at Horani Hospital. We as all pharmacies, clinics, or anyone who has medical equipment such as gauze, bandages, and any other to send it over to the hospital immediately.

Peaceful Demonstrations In Syria -June3-2011 met with machine gun

Jazeera: #Syria eyewitness. More than 130-140,000 peaceful demonstrators from #Hama - the people were carrying flowers and were met with machine guns by government forces killing in the 10's. The AlHourani Hospital has no room and the injured lay on the floors.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Rally on June 4 for Human Rights in Syria


Rally on June 4th to call on the Canadian government to make it clear that Canada considers the Syrian regime to lost its legitimacy to rule because of its responsibility for killing, torturing, and detaining its own citizens.

Parliament Hill between 12:00- 3:00 Ottawa Canada

 Hamza - Syrian martyer -13, tortured to death from Jeezah, Syria
May he rest in peace.

Below is a video in a Syria town, Daraa of protesters being shot by armed forces.