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Assad Barrel Bomb – Weapon for Ethnic Cleansing

Another child victim from one of Bashar al Assad’s barrel bomb attacks.

What is a barrel bomb and why it’s used in Assad and Iran ethnic cleansing process why they are allowed to do it?

For the month of July 2015 alone, Assad regime dropped 1,350 barrel bombs on populated civilian area killing 966 and injuring thousands more…

Syrian Child victim of Assad barrel bombs

Syrian Children are victims of Assad barrel bombs

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Syrian Children Starving to Death Due to the Assad Regime Blockage Ghouta


Syrian children are starving to death in Eastern Ghouta
* What is the sin that he has done and also the rest of the kids in our country
* I am a doctor and unable to do anything
* Two-month-old bady weight at birth is 2 kg and current weight is less than 1 kg
* There is no milk to support these children due to the blockage by Assad regime
* Eastern Ghouta children in need to milk, food and medicine

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“Catastrophe” in Yarmouk as ISIS seizes camp

18,000 Palestinian refugees include 3,500 children are trapped between Assad’s barrel bombs and ISIS beheadings in the besieged Yarmouk Camp in Syria.

The camp is under siege for 612 days by Assad regime, 700 days no electricity, 188 days without water, 77 people starved to death as of April 2, 2015.

Question is: What does #ISIS really want with the refugee Yarmouk Camp?

— Yarmouk is being annihilated’: Palestinians in Syria are left to their fate
— “Turn off your electricity, water, heating, eat once a day, live in the dark ”
— Why is that UN now supporting Assad who killed thousands of Muslims? Where is UN, when Assad starved thousands of Muslims in Yarmouk Camp?
— Beyond Inhumane
— The refugees of Yarmouk deserve better than silence
— UN agency voices ‘deep concern’ as violence in Yarmouk Camp intensifies
— Head of UNRWA calls for safe passage for civilians to leave Yarmouk Camp under ISIS attack
— Quote one former resident of Yarmouk Camp: “It’s a battle within a battle in a siege within a siege…”


Published on Apr 13, 2015
People of Al Yarmouk are not asking for much. They just need your support wherever you are in the world. Raising your voice and a simple act of solidarity can get them out of hell.

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Palestinians are starving and being slaughtered in  Yarmouk Camp Syria

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Massacre awaits  Yarmouk refugees

Fighting in Syrian refugee camp makes life beyond inhumane

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Syria Yarmouk Refugee Camp- Starvation until Submission by Assad Regime

No translation is needed, you can see the pain from their faces!

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Palestinians & Syrians are Trapped inside Besieged Yarmouk Camp

Yarmouk Camp:
571 days of siege
Power cuts continued for more than 651 days
Water has been cut for 141 days
Syrians are forced to eat dogs, cats and zoo animal to survive!

In the midst of the Syrian civil war, Yarmouk camp became the site of intense fighting between the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command (loyal to the Syrian regime), and the Free Syrian Army. Even as the fighting began most of the population in the camp simply wanted to maintain the stable status quo before the war. Soon the Syrian regime surrounded the camp itself, and has since the summer of 2013 been cut-off from the rest of the world as part of the Syrian regime’s cruel siege starvation tactic. The situation reached such a desperate point that Muslim leaders in the area declared that the eating of rats and mules would be allowed, and grass became a source of nourishment.

”To know what it is like in Yarmouk, turn off your electricity, water, heating, eat once a day, live in the dark, live by burning wood” – Anas, Yarmouk resident.

In 2014, Yarmouk became a byword for the profound suffering experienced by Palestine refugees and Syrian civilians as a result of the conflict. Approximately 18,000 civilians remain trapped inside the neighbourhood in inhumane conditions, deprived of food, water and medicine, with health clinics and schools closed, streets and buildings damaged, and access to the outside world largely cut off. Yarmouk and its residents are in desperate need of support.

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A young boy in Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria pleading and crying tears for food and drink Get ready

Yarmouk Camp
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yarmouk_Camp

Syria Assad Regime Genocides and Mass Atrocities


The Syrian crisis began in early 2011 when Syrian President Bashar al-Assad began a brutal crackdown on growing peaceful protests throughout the country. With the use of tanks, attack helicopters, and artillery against protesters and the torture and execution of children, protests spread and opposition groups took up arms. The attacks and counter-attacks escalated into a full-fledged civil war between the Assad regime with allied militias and an array of opposition groups. In less than four years, 250,000 people have died. Entire neighborhoods are gone. Half the population has been uprooted. 3 Million refugees fled into neighbouring countries. Syria is barely recognizable!!!

On Syrian state TV in late 2011, Bashar al-Assad’s brother Maher said that when their father Hafez first took power, the Syrian population was around 5 million, and that the regime would be willing to reduce it to that again to maintain power (i.e. to kill and to expel around 18 million people).

International Holocaust Remembrance Day, is an international memorial day on 27 January commemorating the victims of the Holocaust. It commemorates the genocide that resulted in the death of an estimated 6 million Jews. The world vowed, “Never again.” But today, genocides and mass atrocities continue in Syria, the World remain silence!

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

A young boy in Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria pleading and crying tears for food and drink

If this video doesn’t break your heart, what will?
Assad Regime: Starvation as Weapon of War


A young boy in Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria pleading and crying tears for food and drink!