war on doctors

The war on Syria’s doctors-The ultimate barbarity

A February 2015 joint report by the Center for Public Health and Human Rights of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Syrian American Medical Society asserted that “Syria is the most dangerous place in the world to be a doctor”. Roughly half (an estimated 15,000) of Syrian doctors fled the country. The government passed a law in 2012 making it illegal to render medical aid to anyone suspected to be an opposition member and Amnesty International found that doctors and medical staff also took part in torture of patients.

Physicians for Human Rights has been tracking the medical personnel deaths in Syria,syrian_doctor_killed_by_assad though they state that “these numbers are conservative given the difficulties in reporting during a war.” As of the end of September 2015, the number of medical workers killed in the Syrian civil war totaled 679. 648 of these deaths are attributable to the Syrian government, 17 by non-state armed groups, one by Kurdish forces, and 13 by unidentified forces. In February 2016, the number of killed medical personnel was updated to 697, and subsequently in June to more than 700.

Médecins Sans Frontières has reported that suppliers in Syria refuse to sell essential medical supplies such as gauze and surgical threads to doctors due to government intimidation, with this being a particular problem for besieged areas.


Published on Feb 4, 2017
The war on Syria’s doctors: The ultimate barbarity

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The War on Syria’s Doctors

Syria Assad Regime Atrocities

Published on Apr 21, 2013

Rural Damascus | LEAKED :: Undated :: +18

” A video found in the mobile phone of the sergeant Hani Mustafa Saleh from the Republican Guard and who was killed at the hands of the “Revolutionary military gathering consolidated in Damascus”

The footage shows images for EXTREMELY BRUTALITY in torturing two young militants to death from the village of Ma’arba in Rural Damascus at the hands of regime forces members at Al Qaws checkpoint between Al Tal & Ma’arba ”

For those who claim that those who torture are from the “FSA”, we would like to make it clear here that these two young men are “FSA” members and got killed due to this EXTREMELY BRUTAL torture by the regime forces”

This clearly to be considered as a crime against humanity

The names of those two young men are :

1 – Mansour Khalid Sweid (Abu Khalid ) / Ma’raba village – Rural Damascus
2 – Mohammed Bakeer (Abu Tariq ) / Ma’raba village – Rural Damascus

Important note :
A very +18 but still it is A “MUST published Video” in order to show the world the EXTREME Atrocities committed by Syrian regime forces against civilians in the country just coz they said NO”

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Syrians were brutally tortured and killed by Assad regime forces

Stop Syria Assad Regime Torture Syrian Children

Syria Assad Regime deliberately targeted children!

Syria’s children’s basic rights was denied (food, water & medicine), they are suffering in silence!

“Syria’s children have been silently witnessing and experiencing the horrors of the war and its consequences for more than three years. Many have not been to school for years. But they are the future of Syria and we need to offer them hope and support”, said ECHO’s Jane Lewis. The conflict in Syria has lasted for three years, eight months and five days – the biggest humanitarian crisis of our times. It has caused immense human suffering and children are the biggest victims.

These children are deprived of the very basic rights the Convention is meant to guarantee, including the right to go to school and the right to protection”, said ECHO’s Jane Lewis.

At least 1.6 million children have fled the conflict, and become refugees in neighbouring countries, while more than five million children are in need of humanitarian assistance.

“With every day that goes on in this conflict, Syrian children are denied the little big things that make up childhood; the safety of home, the comfort of friends to play with, dreaming about the future while enjoying the present. All of that is put on hold or erased forever because someone, somewhere, decided this was not a priority”, said Roger Hearn, of Save the Children.

Stop Syria Assad Regime Torture Syrian Children

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