the Syrian regime has P re-empted the arrival of the UN envoy to Damascus via Lebanon Mr. El-Akhdar El-Ebrahimi with terrible massacres covered most of the nation and included more than / 310 / geographical points and locations with aerial bombardment using (Russian Mig fighters), since Mr. El-Ebrahimi could not be able to land in Damascus International Airport on Sunday 23/12/2012. These Russian Mig fighters did bombard these targets with explosive drums, cluster bombs, toxic chemicals, gases. And also firing all kinds of missiles.
18 January 2013 – Preventing refugees from entering Jordan to escape the conflict in Syria would increase suffering and could lead to further bloodshed and human rights abuses, Amnesty International said today following the Jordanian Prime Minister’s announcement that the Jordanian authorities would close the border if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government collapses.
By: Jim Miller III on Thursday, January 17, 2013
The crisis in Syria has created an academic emergency, with the break-down of higher education within the country and major obstacles facing Syrians who are studying or teaching outside of Syria.
Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies today documented on Thursday 17-1-2013 (138) one hundred and thirty eight victims, who were killed in several cities in Syria, most of them in Damascus and its suburb, Aleppo, also the center documented seven other victims who were killed in previous days.
In Damascus and its suburb: Fiftieth victim, in Aleppo: Twenty-three victim, in Hama: Seventeen victim, in Homs: Thirteen victim, in Daraa, Idlib: Twelve victim each, in Deir Ezzor: Nine victims, Al-Raqqa and Al-Qenitra : One victim each.
Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on Wednesday 16-1-2013 (169) One hundred and sixty-nine victims, who were killed in several cities across Syria, most of them are from Homs, Damascus and its suburb, and Aleppo.
In Homs: Forty-nine victims, in Damascus and its suburb: Forty five victims, in Aleppo: Twenty-six victims, in Daraa: Sixteen victims, in Hama: Twelve victims, in Al-Raqqa: Nine victims, in Idlib: Seven victims, in Al-Quneitra: Four victims, and in Tartous: One victim.
The Lebanese Institute for Democracy and Human Rights (LIFE) only issued this press release after it had used up
all means and needed measures with the Lebanese authorities to find a legal solution for the numerous problems the
Syrian refugees in Lebanon face. These problems keep growing due to governmental apathy on one hand and international
ignorance of the details of this aspect of the suffering on the other. In our view, this aspect is no less dangerous
than the humanitarian relief aspect
The Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies documented on 15.1.2013 (233) Two hundred and thirty three victims, who were killed in several cities across Syria, most of them are from Aleppo , Homs, Damascus and its suburb. Also the center documented three victims who were killed in the previous days.
In Aleppo: Ninety-five victims, in Homs: Sixty two victims , in Damascus and its suburb: Thirty-one victims , in Hama: Nineteen victims, in Daraa: Thirteen victims , in Latakia: Four victims , in Idlib: Three victims , in Deir Ezzor and Al-Raqqa: Two victims each, in Al-Hasaka and Al- Quneitra: One victim each .
Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies today Documented on Monday 14.01.2013 (141) one hundred and forty-one victims, who were killed in several cities across Syria, most of them are from Damascus, Damascus Suburbs, and Aleppo. Also the center documented nineteen other victims who were killed in previous days.
In Damascus and its suburb: Sixty-nine victims , in Aleppo: Twenty-seven victims, in Daraa: Sixteen victims , in Homs: Ten victims , in Hama: Eight victims , in Idlib: Six victims , in Deir Ezzor: Three victims , in Al-Raqqa: One victims.
January 14, 2013
(Washington, DC) – Syrian forces are using notoriously indiscriminate rockets that contain explosive submunitions. Evidence indicates that Syrian forces used BM-21 Grad multi-barrel rocket launchers to deliver cluster munitions in attacks near the city of Idlib in December 2012 and in Latamneh, a town northwest of Hama, on January 3, 2013.
The UN Security Council must immediately refer the situation in Syria to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in line with a request made this morning by dozens of UN member states, Amnesty International said.