Hafez Assad

Syria Assad Regime’s Terrorist List

Why would a regime, even a brutal dictatorship, send its thugs to kill women and children, even babies? Does it make any sense, even by the twisted logic of armed conflict and tyranny?

The Syrian dictator is trying to restore a balance of fear, perhaps the most powerful weapon in the hands of tyrants throughout history. Killing children is supposed to intimidate the opposition.

Article: Why the Syrian regime is killing babies
http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/31/opinion/ghitis-syria-killing-children/index.html#

Syria Assad regime targeted, tortured, raped, starved children

The Torture of Children During Armed Conflicts: The ICC’s Failure to …

By Sonja C. Grover

https://books.google.com/books?id=aAfABAAAQBAJ&pg=PA32&lpg=PA32&dq=syrian+children+are targeted+by+assad+regime&source=bl&ots=8b5pjzL2XO&sig=3tezHAqYSEl2W56sqIhncq5opig&hl=en&sa=X&ei=X6hPVb-GKseOyATawYDgCA&ved=0CDYQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=syrian%20children%20are%20targeted%20by%20assad%20regime&f=false

Syria Assad Regime – The Silent Ethnic Cleansing

Syrians: Blood fills our streets, our eyes and our hearts!

This is (photos) what Bahar al-Assad does to peaceful protestors, political prisoners, army defectors, political activists, students, medical personnels, journalists… A defector code-named Caesar smuggled this and thousands of other photos depicting the systematic slaughter of over 11,000 detainees in Assad’s prisoners. He asserts that over 150,000 detainees are at risk of liquidation. The State Department has independently verified Caesar claims and its officials compared Assad’s atrocities to Nazi policies.

Assad regime’s industrial-scale slaughtering reminiscent of the Nazi concentration camps is being carried by its security apparatuses! The Cruel Ruler was merciless in a war against a predominantly Sunni cities. Somewhere between 20,000 and 40,000 perished, and thousands disappeared. Estimated 250,000+ die during the 4 years civil war.

The World community is content to be bystanders and look the other way!

The Syrians have a stark reading of their condition: they fight alone. No NATO planes are coming to the rescue, and no Arab cavalry. In the Western democracies, there is embarrassed frustration with Bashar, but a resigned admission that no help is forthcoming for this embattled population. If Bashar has wondered about the risks his terrible slaughter might incur, the “international community” has told him there is nothing to fear. But the story does not end with the heavy odds faced by the Syrian people. There is the rebellion, with all its dignity and fearlessness. And this surely will matter for the kind of Syria that will emerge from the struggle.

syria Assad Regime extreme cruelty to prisoner

As Syrians Rise In Revolt, Assad Emulates His Father’s Cruelty

http://www.newsweek.com/syrians-rise-revolt-assad-emulates-his-fathers-cruelty-67119

Why the Syrian Assad Regime is Killing Babies?

The killing of children by a regime is to intimidate the opposition

The Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad is trying to restore a balance of fear, perhaps the most powerful weapon in the hands of tyrants throughout history.

Syria Assad Regime atrocities: 20,000+ Syrian children were killed/ 250,000+ Syrian were killed…

Article: Why the Syrian Assad Regime is killing babies?
http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/31/opinion/ghitis-syria-killing-children/index.html

Syria Assad Regime Atrocities war on children

Syria Backgrounder- The Situation
http://endgenocide.org/conflict-areas/syria/syria-backgrounder/

Bashar al-Assad
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bashar_al-Assad

Syria no more- the war is changing the country beyond recognition

Syria’s three-year-old civil war – a vision of unimaginable desolation
More than 18,000 people are existing under blockade inside Yarmouk, enduring acute shortages of food, medicines and other essentials.

Yarmouk has been cut off since last July (2013). Many residents are now weak and severely malnourished, as well as being exposed to the risk of disease, or death and injury from fighting.

Syrian Civil War

Read more articles:
Queue for food in Syria’s Yarmouk camp shows desperation of refugees
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/feb/26/queue-food-syria-yarmouk-camp-desperation-refugees

The country formerly known as Syria
http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21572198-sectarian-divisions-deepen-war-changing-country-beyond-recognition-country