| 12.02,12. 12:53 AM |
Syrians Accuse Russians of Killing Their Children
Farah News Online: New explosions targeted the Military Intelligence building in New Aleppo and the Internal Security forces in Arqoub in the city of Aleppo today. According to state-run media, 25 people were killed in this attack. While the regime accused terrorist organizations of suicide attacks on these locations, no group claimed responsibility and the nature of the attacks were not divulged. Massive demonstrations went out in Aleppo today, especially in the Marja neighbourhood where security forces shot and injured at least seventy demonstrators. Hundreds of security personnel were later deployed around the Political Intelligence complex after shots were fired at it.
Security forces killed at least 71 people and injured 50 today; most fell in Homs where the security campaign and random bombardment and shelling with artillery and missiles continued, especially in Baba Amr. More than a thousand soldiers and dozens of armoured units were amassed at the entrances of the neighbourhoods in preparation for a raid. Thousands of troops and hundreds of tanks were also deployed in Idlib to quell the revolutionary movements.
After massive demonstrations went out in what was called the Friday of “Russia kills our children”, security forces opened fire at demonstrations all over Syria. In the Damascus suburb of Zabadani, the random shelling with artillery and missiles continued causing a complete destruction of several houses and the partial destruction of dozens. The shelling also targeted the infrastructure of the city as the electricity grid generators and transformers were targeted, in addition to the fire-fighters department, a hospital, and the main routes. The city suffers from a lack of water supply as there was no electricity to pump water from wells. Most supplies have also been depleted as the city has been under a tight siege for over ten days whereby no food, fuel, or medical supplies were allowed to enter. Regime forces are currently concentrated at the southern entrance of the city, with more than thirty thousand troops and three hundred armoured units and tanks.