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Post time 2012-5-27 03:10:52 |Display all floors
The head of the UN observer mission in Syria says 92 people, including at least 32 children, have been killed in the Syrian town of Houla in the central province of Homs.


Norwegian Major General Robert Mood said a UN team counted the bodies in Houla, about 32 kilometers (20 miles) northwest of the provincial capital city of Homs, after deadly clashes broke out on Saturday between Syrian forces and armed groups in the town.

Mood also stated that the violence in Houla was “indiscriminate and unforgivable.”

The official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said “armed terrorist groups” were responsible for the violence in Houla, but the opposition Syrian National Council blamed the Damascus government.

Several members of the armed groups and a number of Syrian forces were also killed in the fighting, SANA said.

The latest attack by armed groups in Syria was carried out despite a ceasefire that took effect on April 12.

Reports say about 250 UN observers are currently monitoring the ceasefire, which was part of a six-point peace plan proposed by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan in March.

On April 21, the UN Security Council met and unanimously voted on Resolution 2043 to send a mission of 300 observers to Syria.

The Security Council “established, for an initial 90-day period, a supervision mission, to be known as UNSMIS, comprising an initial and expeditious deployment of up to 300 unarmed military observers, including an appropriate civilian component and air transportation assets, to monitor a cessation of armed violence in all its forms by all parties,” reads Resolution 2043.

On May 25, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said in a letter to the Security Council that “established terrorist groups” could have been behind some of the recent bombings in Syria.

The deadliest bombings in recent days were carried out in the south of the capital, Damascus, on May 10. Syrian state TV said “terrorists” were responsible for the two bomb attacks that killed 55 people and injured about 400 others.

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Post time 2012-5-27 03:18:31 |Display all floors
Terrible pictures , not for fainthearted............of course i can't post them here but go to SANA and see it for yourself.


http://www.sana.sy/eng/337/2012/05/26/421559.htm


New Massacres by al-Qaeda-linked Terrorist Groups against Families in al-Shumariyeh and Taldo in Homs Countryside



May 26, 2012
PROVINCES, (SANA)- Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups committed two horrible massacres against a number of families in the towns of al-Shumariyeh and Taldo in the countryside of Homs province, in escalation of their crimes that comes usually before Security Council sessions on Syria and this time in coincidence with the announced visit of the UN envoy to Syria Kofi Annan.
A source in the province told SANA reporter that terrorist groups from al-Qaeda perpetrated two appalling massacres against families in al-Shumariyeh village in Homs countryside in addition to committing sabotage acts on a large scale.

The source mentioned that the terrorists brutally killed Mohammad Abdul-Nabi Abdullah, his wife and six sons in addition to the citizen Rateb al-Oulo along with his son.

Massacre in Taldo in Homs

The source added that other al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups in Taldo town in the province's countryside committed a massacre against al-Sayyid family killing with cold-blood Aref Mohammad al-Sayyid, his two brothers Imad and Ouqba, his wife Izdihar Ali al-Daher and three children.

The groups also committed acts of burning the citizens' houses and crops to accuse the army of bombarding the area in Taldo, in addition to sabotaging the National Hospital in the area and attacking a headquarters of law enforcement forces
Terrorist groups affiliated with al-Qaeda committed last March 15th a massacre in Karm Allouz neighborhood in Homs that claimed the lives of 15 citizens, including a woman and her four children, before a Security Council session on Syria was to be held next day.

Authorities Seize Explosive Device Factory and Repository in Homs

Authorities seized and an explosive device factory and repository operated by the armed terrorist groups in al-Qseir town in Homs countryside.

SANA reporter said the store includes a large quantity of raw materials for explosive devices, acid, large-sized gas cylinders  and detonators.   

Armed Terrorist Group in Deir Ezzor Abducts Workers in al-Omar Oil Field

On Saturday, an armed terrorist group intercepted a bus belonging to al-Furat Oil Company and took the bus and the passengers to an unknown place.

SANA reporter said that the armed terrorist group intercepted the bus in Mo Hassan town in Deir Ezzor Province, adding that the bus was heading to al-Omar Oil Field.

Armed Terrorist Group Burglarizes SYP 12 Million in Albu Kamal

An armed terrorist group burglarized SYP 12 million from Hajin Town Office which is affiliated to the Agricultural Bank in Albu Kamal city in Deir Ezzor province.

SANA reporter said the armed terrorist group stormed in the office and threatened the cashier to steal the money and seals.

A Number of Terrorists Killed or Injured in Blast while Making Explosive Devices in Aleppo

In the province of Aleppo, a number of members of an al-Qaeda-linked terrorist group were killed or injured in a blast of an explosive device which they were making in a place in Tal Raf'at town in the countryside of Aleppo.

A source in the province told SANA reporter that a number of the group's members were in the process of making explosive devices in a poultry farm in the mentioned town when one of the explosive devices went off killing and injuring a number of the terrorists and causing damages to the poultry farm.

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RE: Amerikkkkan terrorists killed 32 children in Houla

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Post time 2012-5-28 02:54:59 |Display all floors
saltandpepper Post time: 2012-5-28 02:52
And as usual they blamed the legit government of Syria.

Greedy h***'s hands must be so impatiently ...

Yes they blame others for their own sins of course, it is never their fault...................


do you remember story of Kuwait babies that they claimed Saddam army killed during invasion?

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Post time 2012-5-28 02:56:46 |Display all floors
This post was edited by SMITHI at 2012-5-28 02:59

Putin sez:
Russia calls for UN Security Council meeting over Houla tragedy
Moscow has called for an urgent meeting of the UN Security Council (UNSC) on Sunday to hear the report of Norwegian General Robert Mood, who heads the UN observer mission in Syria. The meeting is scheduled for 3:00pm New York time (19:00 GMT), reports Itar-Tass. The UK has also urged for a meeting following the killing of over 90 civilians in the western town of Houla on Friday night. The French government, who pins the blame on the regime, has circulated a draft statement among the fifteen members of the UNSC demanding the Syrian government “stop using heavy armament in residential areas and pull out troops located in and around residential areas.” Russia reportedly opposes the document saying the situation should be profoundly studied first.

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Post time 2012-5-28 02:57:43 |Display all floors
saltandpepper Post time: 2012-5-28 02:56
The UN must condemn greedy h*** for the carnage they inflicted through their satanic muslim running  ...

yes UN must do rigth thing this time or we should leave that organisation and build new one in Shaghai based on SCO foundations.

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