Yarmouk

Enforced Disappearance in Syria by Assad Regime

A prisoner’s Dream

I dream of seeing my family even if only for one hour.
I want to kiss my kdis and make sure they are alive.
Even if I come back to die, I don’t mind.
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I dream of getting out of here.
I don’t wanna waste my life here.
If I am released now, I may still be able to catch up with my
University exams…
Maybe, I wouldn’t lose that much then…

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I dream of an antibiotic pill to cure the skin inflammation
and dimples that are eating me up.
I want to get rid of the humiliation and the ugliness of my
“scales-like” skin so that those who carry my body for burial
would not be disgusted and my cell-mates are not repulsed by
the rotting smell.

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I am craving for a piece of pistachio sweets.

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Detained doctor: ‘Prisoners just want to die to end the pain’


Save The Rest
Published on Sep 22, 2015

This is what’s happening in Assad’s prisons #SaveTheRest … They deserve to live freely!
هذا جزء مما يحصل في سجون الأسد : ورود سوريا وخيرة أبناء سوريا وبناتها تغتال بصمت… أنقذوا البقية .. لأننا نحتاجهم .. لأنهم يستحقون الحياة

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…

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Syrian Children are victims of Assad barrel bombs

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No Happy Father’s Day in Syria

Many many Syrian families have lost parents, relatives, children, siblings to the 4 years old civil war… No more laughter in Syria… Children are deprived from food, water and school…

 

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Syria Asssad Regime Starvation as Weapon of War


Published on May 13, 2015
شام في الغوطة حيث تتحول الأجساد إلى هياكل قرابة الثلاثة أعوام من الحصار

16 year old Syrian boy from Douma in besieged Eastern Ghouta. No food, no water.
Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

Syria Assad Starvation as Weapon of War

“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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Massacre awaits  Yarmouk refugees

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Syrians told they can eat dogs, cats and donkeys

Amnesty International Middle East and North Africa Director Philip Luther said: ‘Syrian forces are committing war crimes by using starvation of civilians as a weapon of war.’

“Today I have eaten nothing. Yesterday I had a small bowl of rice. We are down to one small meal per day.” There is no food. We had five roads out of here but the regime closed them with sniper and tanks.”

“If you are a mother who loses a child to a bullet, not to sarin gas, your grief is as deep and profound as those who have faced the most horrible of weapons. We cannot close our eyes to that,”

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Read more articles:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2577009/Starving-Syrians-forced-eat-cats-dogs-survive-says-Amnesty-International-report.html

Eat cats and dogs, imam tells starving Syrians
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10381310/Eat-cats-and-dogs-imam-tells-starving-Syrians.html

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.

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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