المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SOHR calls to put the Syrian Regime in Guinness records, after 2000 air strikes killed and wounded more than 2500

SOHR documented 1755 air strikes by regime warplanes and helicopters around Syria since 20th of October/2014 until yesterday’s midnight.

warplanes went in 952 air strikes targeted areas in Damascus, Dar’aa Aleppo, Idlib, Reef Dimashq, Homs, Hama, Der-Ezzor, Lattakia, al-Hasakah.

helicopters dropped no less than 803  explosive barrels on areas in Damascus, Dar’aa Aleppo, Idlib, Reef Dimashq, Homs, Hama, al-Hasakah, Lattakia.

527 civilians were killed ( 120 children, 93 women ) while no less than 1500 others were wounded, in addition to material damages in civilians properties.

 

We in SOHR condemns with the strongest terms the silence of the international community on these massacres committed by al-Assad forces in the right of the Syrian people, women and children.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, calls for countries that have a significant impact in the international community, and that claim to defend human rights, to work harder in order to stop the war crimes and crimes against humanity, committed daily against the Syrian people, and to refer the file of these crimes to international Criminal Court, or establishing a special courts in Syria, in case Russia and China continued using the right of veto in the UN Security Council, to prevent the transfer this file to the International Criminal Court, because it is a shame on those who pretend to respect the Human Rights to just write and publish statements that condemns such crimes 

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights calls to put the Syrian regime in Damascus, in Guinness World Records, after about 2000 air strikes in 40 days, and killing and wounding about 2500 people.

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