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Syrian Revolution

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Hello guys, i think this topic will be my happy space, the reason i'm making this, is to post random things that get in my way about the Syrian Revolution, you can share what ever you like, be free to discuss

let start by something immature

Kidds of halab

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some FSA Fighters entering Daraa

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one amazing Demonstration,

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revolutionist convert oil from an oil well by a prehistoric way, finally syrian people are benefiting from the oil

https://www.youtube....e&v=uuWDVsnpKSg

And that's why media is not in a hurry to make general opinion more inclined to you, and where the insane "good dictator" idea popped up from.

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Syrian Kids gathering wood for heating,

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"a person among a weak community seek first/only his Interests so he don't get lost, while a person among a strong community seek for Interests of community also, so he don't get lost" Ahmed Moaz Al khatib the head of syrian opposition coalition

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"a person among a weak community seek first/only his Interests so he don't get lost, while a person among a strong community seek for Interests of community also, so he don't get lost" Ahmed Moaz Al khatib the head of syrian opposition coalition

That is also defined as egalitarianism. It's what built the United States and Canada in North America.

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Statement on the death toll of 2012 documented by name, date, photos and videos

36332 Syrian citizens were killed during 2012 with an average of 101 citizens every day and 4 citizens every hour.

The total number of victims includes:

3327 children

3194 women

957 under torture

1941 Free Syrian Army members mostly civilians who have joined the FSA

467 elderly aged over 60 years

In the following link, a complete list of victims (36332 without any replication) accumulated by the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) along with the date of death, place, photos and videos is accessible on the SNHR server:

http://www.syrianhr....012_Updated.pdf

The proportion of women and children to the total number of victims is 5.2 which is a conclusive evidence that the Syrian government is deliberately targeting civilians as the internationally recognized ratio in the case of regular warfare is 2%. The Syrian government has killed more than double that percentage and in some months the percentage was more than three times that benchmark.

According to SNHR records, the distribution of victims on the Syrian governorates was as follows:

Damascus Suburbs 8271

Homs 5635

Aleppo 5447

Idleb 4724

Dara’a 2991

Hama 2727

Deir Ezzor 2647

Damascus 2425

Lattakia 416

Arakka 326

Quneitrah 268

Hasakeh 208

Other nationalities 195

Tartous 27

Suweida 25

IMPORTANT:

It must be noted that there are many cases that we were unable to reach and document particularly in the case of massacres and besieged areas where the Syrian government frequently blocks communication. This indicates that the actual death toll is likely to be higher as there are dozens of cases in which residents buried the bodies in mass graves to prevent the spread of diseases. This complicated situation is attributed to the official ban by the Syrian government preventing any human rights organization from working on its territories.

SNHR Documentation Methodology:

SNHR keeps a comprehensive archive of casualties. It has been keen since the beginning of the Syrian Revolution on documenting and keeping record of all names, photos and videos of casualties in different Syrian governorates through its members throughout Syria.

SNHR adopts three main criteria and a standard mechanism for daily documentation of casualties:

1. Statistics published by SNHR are always accompanied by supporting documents including specific and accurate details for each one of the documented cases. These documents are provided for all concerned bodies. It is precisely for that reason that many international organizations around the world have come to rely on SNHR as a main source of information and periodically request updated lists.

2. SNHR is strictly concerned with the documentation of civilian casualties because it is extremely difficult to document military casualties particularly among the ranks loyal to the Syrian government be it in the army, secret police or security forces. This has been the case because the Syrian authorities have refused to grant SNHR authorization to work on their territories. Further, some of our field staff have been arrested. SNHR has no links to the Syrian government. On occasion, we have been able to document some of the casualties among the ranks of the Free Syrian Army by contacting their friends and families. Most of those FSA casualties are civilians who joined its ranks.

3. SNHR undertakes documenting most of the massacres committed by the army, security forces and Shabiha militias against civilians. This is the most challenging and complicated task we undertake. Based our documentation of the massacres and the number of casualties in each of them the total number of casualties is documented accurately and objectively.

Condemnation:

As a human rights organisation concerned with the protection of human rights, SNHR holds the Syrian President Commander in Chief of the Syrian army, Bashar al-Assad, responsible for all acts of homicide, torture and massacres perpetrated in Syria as he holds the primary responsibility for giving the orders for these acts. SNHR considers all Syrian regime members and heads of the security and military bodies directly complicity in those acts. By the same token, SNHR considers the Iranian government and Hezbullah as direct partners in the acts of homicide who shall legally and judicially liable for those acts along with all those funding and supporting the Syrian regime which is systematically committing massacres on a daily basis. SNHR holds all the above mentioned parties responsible for all consequences and potential reactions from the Syrian people in general and the families of the victims in particular.

SNHR calls upon the UN Security Council, the United Nations and all member states to act with utmost urgency to undertake all necessary actions to protect civilians in Syria. By failing to do so, they shall be considered responsible, to a large extent, for the death of civilians along with the Syrian regime. It is their moral and legal duty to meet their obligations and accelerate the process of referring all those responsible for crimes against humanity in Syria to the ICC.

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Syrian Network for Human Rights - London

Website: www.syrianhr.org

Email: press@syrianhr.org

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the true meaning of dancing in the rain, who doesn't like a worm freedom demonstration party in a cold weather

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the true meaning of dancing in the rain, who doesn't like a worm freedom demonstration party in a cold weather

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Allahu ekber?

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Allahu ekber?

a scud missile might fall on them any minute, i don't blame them, if it wasn't for the free syrian army, they wouldn't be able to shout freely "down with assad" nor "allah akbar", and i can't do a thing to stop them from being muslims, and allah akbar mean literally "god is the greatest" and i don't think this is a false statment according to most if not all religions unliss if you don't belive in god in the first place

one last thing, please open another topic if you want a long argument, i want this topic focused on one thing

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Syrian revolution flag from space, see it's no Al Qaeda flag

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Syria deserves liberty and has the right to bear arms to get it, whether some elements of the resistance are politically agreeable or not. Liberty is fundamental and it's worth fighting for.

It's unfortunate that Assad couldn't concede power like Mubarak did. While an Egyptian style revolution wasn't possible, I only hope that what happens to Syria errs on the side of too much liberty, not too much tyranny.

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the doctors in syria is overloaded, the civilian victims keep coming, the doctor here is tired and the guy is telling him not to lose hope

and bashar keep saying he is fighting terrorists, right now no one in syria belive him except his shabiha, and the united nations seems happy, i just read that they are sending him like 500 million dollers

the syrians called for freedom and they are called terrorists, thankfully bashar is only winning over civilians, on the battlefield he is losing, the airports are being liberated one by one to stop the air force

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the moment a missile hit the city, is this a scud missile ? watch it with slow motion

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the doctors in syria is overloaded, the civilian victims keep coming, the doctor here is tired and the guy is telling him not to lose hope

and bashar keep saying he is fighting terrorists, right now no one in syria belive him except his shabiha, and the united nations seems happy, i just read that they are sending him like 500 million dollers

the syrians called for freedom and they are called terrorists, thankfully bashar is only winning over civilians, on the battlefield he is losing, the airports are being liberated one by one to stop the air force

Absolute horror. And we wonder why people are so driven they kill themselves just to strike back. Live through enough of this hell, and anyone would go crazy. I can barely stand to watch it on a Youtube. Heaven help those angels who are stuck in their own good works having to see those sights and hear those sounds. They're more human than their critics could ever dream of being.

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If you take the death toll(real) vs the population of Syria the number is staggering as a percentage

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If you take the death toll(real) vs the population of Syria the number is staggering as a percentage

And my guess is that Assad would kill a much larger fraction if it will keep him in power. When he finally is killed or escapes the remnant will then fight each other over what is left. It's awful and it's unstoppable unless Russia decides to quit him.

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can any one tell me where is the terrorist here, why the air plane is hitting a street with civilian walking around it, is those are the "Terrorists" that Assad is talking about ?

on the bright side the free syrian army liberate another military base

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Assad destroy an ancient mosque

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