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Syria Assad Regime Used Chlorine Bombs on Sarmin Idlib

Syria Assad regime's helicopter gunships dropped four barrel bombs of which two had chlorine gas on Sarmin in northwestern Idlib province on March 16, 2015.

The attack came nearly two weeks after the U.N. Security Council approved a United States-drafted resolution that condemns the use of toxic chemicals such as chlorine in Syria, while threatening militarily enforced action in case of further violations.

Published on Mar 16, 2015
Victims of Assad regime chemical attacks of the City of Sarmin in Syria.

The barrel bomb contained several cooking-gas cylinders (filled with Chlorine gas)
Published on Mar 17, 2015
ادلب سرمين:إحدى براميل الكيماوي التي تم إلقائها على مدينة سرمين من قبل قوات الاسد والتي راح ضحيتها عدد كبير 17_3_2015

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Syrian troops attacked town with chlorine gas

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Assad Regime Massacre his own people

Timeline: Syria’s bloodiest days
Elected President – License to Kill

Almost every day of the uprising against the rule of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has brought new reports of shootings, deaths and injuries.

Deraa/Damascus, 22 April 2011
Jisr al-Shughour, 3-6 June 2011
Homs, 3 February 2012
Jabal al-Zawiya, 19-20 December 2011
Homs, 12 March 2012
Taftanaz, 3 April 2012
Houla, 25 May 2012
Hama, 6 June 2012
Tremseh, 12 July 2012
Darayya, late August 2012
Halfaya, 23 December 2012
Haswiya, 15 January 2013
Jdaidet al-Fadl, April 2013
Al-Bayda and Baniyas, 2-3 May 2013
Hatla, June 2013
Khan al-Assal, 22-23 July 2013
Alawite villages, 4 August 2013
Ghouta, 21 August 2013

Syria Assad regime massacre his own people since 2011 uprising

Timeline: Syria’s bloodiest days

Syria – A chronology of key events:

Syria Assad Assault on Doctors 4

A direct assault on the medical system by the Syrian Assad government as a strategy of war.

1) 50+ of the country’s 88 public hospitals have closed because of the ongoing conflict. Many of them in contested areas or in areas outside of government control.
2) Syrian troop forces began detaining doctors, pharmacists, nurses, dentists, relief workers in Homs and other contested areas.
3) The deliberate destruction of pharmacies affects more than the war-wounded.
4) Destruction of power plants by the Syrian troops means no electricity, making it impossible to maintain a cold-chain for vaccines. X-Ray machines and operating room lights are dependent on generators.
5) Paramedics have been tortured and used as human shields.
6) Ambulances have been targeted by snipers and missiles.
7) Emergency medical squads are routinely prevented from evacuating not only wounded rebel fighters but also injured children and other civilians from rebel-held territory.

Direct attacks on medical workers and patients are not only appalling, they also violate the Geneva Conventions.











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