Assad Regime created 3 Million refugees & Leave it to the World to fix it

Bashar al-Assad Regime has Redefined Humanity!

Syrians are besieged, bereaved, displaced, bombed, sniped, massacred, detained, tortured, raped, mutilated, gassed, starved by their own government Assad Regime since 2011 uprising for almost 4 years…

Assad Regime created 3.2 Million refugees, half of them are children. Most refugees are in Lebanon, Turkey, Egypt and Jordan. Twenty-eight countries expressed their solidarity with the Syrian refugees.

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Syrian war: Western countries to accept more refugees

Millions of Syrian Refugees need urgent help!

72 Hours To Throw A Lifeline To Syrian Refugees
Millions of Syrian Refugees need urgent help!

Syrians are not born to be refugees, they were are besieged, bereaved, displaced, bombed, sniped, massacred, detained, tortured, raped, mutilated, gassed, starved by their own government Assad Regime for almost 4 years… World remains silence.

Published on Dec 3, 2014

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Syrian conflict an “extraordinarily brutal war”

Russia and China veto UN move to refer Syria to international criminal court

The 65 countries condemned “widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law committed in a pervasive climate of impunity by the Syrian authorities and pro-government militias as well as by non-state armed groups”.

Russia has been one of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s main allies and has used its veto power four times at the 15-nation Security Council to prevent international sanctions on Syria.

“This was an opportunity for the world to stand up for justice for the Syrian people. Russia and China’s actions in preventing this are indefensible.”

The killers, destroyers and the torturers in Syria have been empowered and emboldened by the international paralysis…

10,000 Syrian children killed in civil war


Massive War Crimes: Syrian Regime Tortured, Starved, Murdered 11,000 Prisoners

Despite the fact that the right of children of survival and protection are guaranteed according to the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action (VDPA), and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was signed on 20 November 1989, the Syrian children continue to suffer.

Thousands are wounded, detained, or left without a family, or medical aid and humanitarian assistance.

Average of around 4 killed under torture daily in Syria. Out of the entire amount of dead civilians killed under torture by the Assad regime, it includes women and children and elderly. 150,000 people still incarcerated in the jails of Bashar al Assad…

syrian children pay the steep price of war

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Farhang Jahanpour
2014.01.21 07:12

The proxy war in Syria is descending into total barbarism and violence by both sides. Instead of playing geopolitical games over the lives of millions of people it is time for the “international community” to come together and put an end to this carnage. The West, the Saudis, the Turks and the Qataris have been backing the terrorists as a part of the plan to weaken Iran and the Hezbollah, while Russia, Iran and Hezbollah have been sending weapons, funds and fighters to fight on the side of the government. There is evidence that despite denial and apparent change of heart, Turkey is still arming the jihadists. link to al-monitor.com

Even if the Geneva Conference takes place, despite the debacle of finally inviting Iran and then de-inviting Iran the following day under US pressure, and some sort of a communiqué is cobbled together, there is no guarantee that it will have any effect on the ground. The Syrian National Coalition, which has agreed to attend the conference under the threats that all funding to it would be cut off if it didn’t, represents only a small part of the opposition, while the real fighting is being carried out by the Al-Nusra Front and ISIS, which are affiliated to the Al-Qaeda. All sides should realize that sometimes “my enemy’s enemy is also my enemy.” What is really needed is for the United States, Russia, Iran, Turkey and Saudi Arabia that are the main players in this deadly game to get together and force both sides to declare a ceasefire, followed by elections under international supervision. Otherwise, the carnage will continue and will spread.