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BEIRUT —
Over time, images become equally shocking
There was a huge wound on the small skull, and the hair was covered with blood;
Pierce the skin of the small trunk and head straight to the gun of the kidney;
Finally, a 13-year-old man broke his neck and his penis. year-
The old boy, his body twisted on the plastic sheet.
Photos of the children killed in the government's crackdown on protests are on YouTube and Al-
Al Jazeera, Facebook and opposition sites.
They are even more angry with the regime that the opposition says it has lost all legitimacy.
The Syrian government promised Wednesday to investigate the killing of 13 people in an attempt to calm angeryear-old Hamza al-
The torture and dismemberment of him made him a symbol of the Syrian uprising.
But protesters laughed at this and other concessions made by the government, including the release of an amnesty for political prisoners on Wednesday and the committee preparing for the national dialogue, it's just a strategy to buy time for President Assad.
They say there are at least 25 children in more than 1,000 deaths, and the government's crackdown is increasing the number of deaths almost every day.
Death of two girlsa 12-year-
The old man was killed when her school bus caught fire on Saturday, an 11-year-
She was shot dead Tuesday when her town was shelled.
It certainly seems that tension will intensify.
A page from the Syrian opposition has already mentioned the older girl Hajar razseer al-
Khatib, known as the flower of the Martyrs of Syria ".
Military operations in southern and central Syria killed 33 people on Tuesday and Wednesday, despite the government's release of hundreds of political prisoners.
The government says the insurgency was carried out by Islamic extremists and armed groups. Rami Abdul-
Rahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told The Associated Press that more than 500 prisoners were released, including some who participated in the latest demonstrations against the Assad family 40-year rule.
Activists say 10,000 people have been rounded up since the protests began. March.
Syrian state television said Tuesday the amnesty covered "all members of the political movement," including the illegal Muslim Brotherhood that led the armed uprising against Assad's father in 1982.
The party will be sentenced to death.
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said in Paris that it was too late for amnesty.
Speaking on French culture radio on Wednesday, Mr. Juppe said the Syrian authorities must "be clearer, more ambitious and bolder than a simple Amnesty ".
Anger at the children's deaths seems unlikely to ease.
The leading page of the Syrian Revolution 2011 on Facebook spoke directly to the Syrian regime in a post: "Why do you hate our children.
They are a symbol of our revolution.
They are our freedom and the future of our country.
"Many of the dead children came from the southern province of Dara, where 15 teenagers were arrested and scribbled on the walls of the provincial capital, triggering an uprising.
At that time, the teenagers became a symbol of a new revolt triggered by the fall of the Egyptian and Tunisian regimes. Hamza, the 13-year-
The old boy, who has become a new sign of the uprising, is now holding a photo of him with a smile during the protest, or posting it as their Facebook profile.
The Facebook page he remembers has more than 66,000 fans. Al-
Al Jazeera did not broadcast the entire video, but a copy posted by the opposition on YouTube showed that the boy's penis was cut off and his neck was broken.
The body lying on the plastic sheet was pink with bruises and black marks on the eyes.
Opposition groups blamed security forces for the boy's death. State-
Television aired an interview late Tuesday.
Check Akram Shaar for al-Khatib’s body.
He said the cause of the death was the shooting, with three bullets hitting the boy's body.
He added that it appeared to be signs of bruises and torture, the result of a natural breakdown since the boy's death in April 29.
State television said his body was handed over to his family on May 21.
The TV station also aired on al-
The father of al-Khatib said Assad had received him this week.
The father added that the president believed that "Hamza was his son and was moved by death ".
UNICEF on Tuesday called on all parties to let go of civilians, especially children and women, and urged the government to investigate allegations of detention and torture of children.
Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Wednesday that hundreds of people are detained every day in Dara province, "detainees, many of whom are children, are in very poor conditions of detention.
On April 22, two boys aged 7 and 10 were shot and killed by security forces in the southern village of Izra.
A video later aired showed a man running around holding the body of a little boy whose hair was messed up with blood from an open head wound. Zuhair Awad al-
On May 21, 8-year-old Amar was shot dead near the kidney in the southern village of nimil.
In a video on YouTube, one narrator said, "These are reforms of Bashar AL-ASSAD.
BEIRUT-related news-
Over time, images become equally shocking
There was a huge wound on the small skull, and the hair was covered with blood;
Pierce the skin of the small trunk and head straight to the gun of the kidney;
Finally, a 13-year-old man broke his neck and his penis. year-
The old boy, his body twisted on the plastic sheet.
Photos of the children killed in the government's crackdown on protests are on YouTube and Al-
Al Jazeera, Facebook and opposition sites.
They are even more angry with the regime that the opposition says it has lost all legitimacy.
The Syrian government promised Wednesday to investigate the killing of 13 people in an attempt to calm angeryear-old Hamza al-
The torture and dismemberment of him made him a symbol of the Syrian uprising.
But protesters laughed at this and other concessions made by the government, including the release of an amnesty for political prisoners on Wednesday and the committee preparing for the national dialogue, it's just a strategy to buy time for President Assad.
They say there are at least 25 children in more than 1,000 deaths, and the government's crackdown is increasing the number of deaths almost every day.
Death of two girlsa 12-year-
The old man was killed when her school bus caught fire on Saturday, an 11-year-
She was shot dead Tuesday when her town was shelled.
It certainly seems that tension will intensify.
A page from the Syrian opposition has already mentioned the older girl Hajar razseer al-
Khatib, known as the flower of the Martyrs of Syria ".
Military operations in southern and central Syria killed 33 people on Tuesday and Wednesday, despite the government's release of hundreds of political prisoners.
The government says the insurgency was carried out by Islamic extremists and armed groups. Rami Abdul-
Rahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told The Associated Press that more than 500 prisoners were released, including some who participated in the latest demonstrations against the Assad family 40-year rule.
Activists say 10,000 people have been rounded up since the protests began. March.
Syrian state television said Tuesday the amnesty covered "all members of the political movement," including the illegal Muslim Brotherhood that led the armed uprising against Assad's father in 1982.
The party will be sentenced to death.
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said in Paris that it was too late for amnesty.
Speaking on French culture radio on Wednesday, Mr. Juppe said the Syrian authorities must "be clearer, more ambitious and bolder than a simple Amnesty ".
Anger at the children's deaths seems unlikely to ease.
The leading page of the Syrian Revolution 2011 on Facebook spoke directly to the Syrian regime in a post: "Why do you hate our children.
They are a symbol of our revolution.
They are our freedom and the future of our country.
"Many of the dead children came from the southern province of Dara, where 15 teenagers were arrested and scribbled on the walls of the provincial capital, triggering an uprising.
At that time, the teenagers became a symbol of a new revolt triggered by the fall of the Egyptian and Tunisian regimes. Hamza, the 13-year-
The old boy, who has become a new sign of the uprising, is now holding a photo of him with a smile during the protest, or posting it as their Facebook profile.
The Facebook page he remembers has more than 66,000 fans. Al-
Al Jazeera did not broadcast the entire video, but a copy posted by the opposition on YouTube showed that the boy's penis was cut off and his neck was broken.
The body lying on the plastic sheet was pink with bruises and black marks on the eyes.
Opposition groups blamed security forces for the boy's death. State-
Television aired an interview late Tuesday.
Check Akram Shaar for al-Khatib’s body.
He said the cause of the death was the shooting, with three bullets hitting the boy's body.
He added that it appeared to be signs of bruises and torture, the result of a natural breakdown since the boy's death in April 29.
State television said his body was handed over to his family on May 21.
The TV station also aired on al-
The father of al-Khatib said Assad had received him this week.
The father added that the president believed that "Hamza was his son and was moved by death ".
UNICEF on Tuesday called on all parties to let go of civilians, especially children and women, and urged the government to investigate allegations of detention and torture of children.
Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Wednesday that hundreds of people are detained every day in Dara province, "detainees, many of whom are children, are in very poor conditions of detention.
On April 22, two boys aged 7 and 10 were shot and killed by security forces in the southern village of Izra.
A video later aired showed a man running around holding the body of a little boy whose hair was messed up with blood from an open head wound. Zuhair Awad al-
On May 21, 8-year-old Amar was shot dead near the kidney in the southern village of nimil.
In a video on YouTube, one narrator said, "These are reforms of Bashar AL-ASSAD.
BEIRUT-related news-
Over time, images become equally shocking
There was a huge wound on the small skull, and the hair was covered with blood;
Pierce the skin of the small trunk and head straight to the gun of the kidney;
Finally, a 13-year-old man broke his neck and his penis. year-
The old boy, his body twisted on the plastic sheet.
Photos of the children killed in the government's crackdown on protests are on YouTube and Al-
Al Jazeera, Facebook and opposition sites.
They are even more angry with the regime that the opposition says it has lost all legitimacy.
The Syrian government promised Wednesday to investigate the killing of 13 people in an attempt to calm angeryear-old Hamza al-
The torture and dismemberment of him made him a symbol of the Syrian uprising.
But protesters laughed at this and other concessions made by the government, including the release of an amnesty for political prisoners on Wednesday and the committee preparing for the national dialogue, it's just a strategy to buy time for President Assad.
They say there are at least 25 children in more than 1,000 deaths, and the government's crackdown is increasing the number of deaths almost every day.
Death of two girlsa 12-year-
The old man was killed when her school bus caught fire on Saturday, an 11-year-
She was shot dead Tuesday when her town was shelled.
It certainly seems that tension will intensify.
A page from the Syrian opposition has already mentioned the older girl Hajar razseer al-
Khatib, known as the flower of the Martyrs of Syria ".
Military operations in southern and central Syria killed 33 people on Tuesday and Wednesday, despite the government's release of hundreds of political prisoners.
The government says the insurgency was carried out by Islamic extremists and armed groups. Rami Abdul-
Rahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told The Associated Press that more than 500 prisoners were released, including some who participated in the latest demonstrations against the Assad family 40-year rule.
Activists say 10,000 people have been rounded up since the protests began. March.
Syrian state television said Tuesday the amnesty covered "all members of the political movement," including the illegal Muslim Brotherhood that led the armed uprising against Assad's father in 1982.
The party will be sentenced to death.
French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said in Paris that it was too late for amnesty.
Speaking on French culture radio on Wednesday, Mr. Juppe said the Syrian authorities must "be clearer, more ambitious and bolder than a simple Amnesty ".
Anger at the children's deaths seems unlikely to ease.
The leading page of the Syrian Revolution 2011 on Facebook spoke directly to the Syrian regime in a post: "Why do you hate our children.
They are a symbol of our revolution.
They are our freedom and the future of our country.
"Many of the dead children came from the southern province of Dara, where 15 teenagers were arrested and scribbled on the walls of the provincial capital, triggering an uprising.
At that time, the teenagers became a symbol of a new revolt triggered by the fall of the Egyptian and Tunisian regimes. Hamza, the 13-year-
The old boy, who has become a new sign of the uprising, is now holding a photo of him with a smile during the protest, or posting it as their Facebook profile.
The Facebook page he remembers has more than 66,000 fans. Al-
Al Jazeera did not broadcast the entire video, but a copy posted by the opposition on YouTube showed that the boy's penis was cut off and his neck was broken.
The body lying on the plastic sheet was pink with bruises and black marks on the eyes.
Opposition groups blamed security forces for the boy's death. State-
Television aired an interview late Tuesday.
Check Akram Shaar for al-Khatib’s body.
He said the cause of the death was the shooting, with three bullets hitting the boy's body.
He added that it appeared to be signs of bruises and torture, the result of a natural breakdown since the boy's death in April 29.
State television said his body was handed over to his family on May 21.
The TV station also aired on al-
The father of al-Khatib said Assad had received him this week.
The father added that the president believed that "Hamza was his son and was moved by death ".
UNICEF on Tuesday called on all parties to let go of civilians, especially children and women, and urged the government to investigate allegations of detention and torture of children.
Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Wednesday that hundreds of people are detained every day in Dara province, "detainees, many of whom are children, are in very poor conditions of detention.
On April 22, two boys aged 7 and 10 were shot and killed by security forces in the southern village of Izra.
A video later aired showed a man running around holding the body of a little boy whose hair was messed up with blood from an open head wound. Zuhair Awad al-
On May 21, 8-year-old Amar was shot dead near the kidney in the southern village of nimil.
In a video on YouTube, one narrator said, "These are reforms of Bashar AL-ASSAD.
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