News Center -published a BBC news report on the involvement of Turkey in sending jihadists to Syria, the report revealed that jihadists are using homes in southern Turkey as centers for entering Syria and fighting with al-Qaeda.
Turkish houses are turned to centers to receive jihadists coming fromdifferent countries, where they remain for several days until they enter Syrian lands. These houses are managed by supervisors.
He said one of those who live on the Turkish border town of Rihaniyyathathis jihadist Use for 150, including 20 of Britain during the past three months,and many others and nationalities from all over the world flocked to the constant and the knowledge of the Turkish authorities.
The Syrian opposition announced earlier disapproval of jihadists coming to Syria and accused them of being”blocking the Syrian revolution,” as they called them, and as the two parties announced on previous occasions, the open war on
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Suweida province: 1 man from the city of Suweida was tortured to death in the prisons of the regular forces today.
Massacre in Beza’a, 20 civilians killed: Aleppo province: 8 children, 9 women and 3 men were killed by the overnight airforce bombardment on the town of Beza’a. The SOHR has identified the bodies of the 3 men who were found killed by the town of Mayer on 29/11/2013. They were rebel fighters, 1 a defected officer, who were summarily executed by unknown group after their hands were tied behind their backs.
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Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Final death toll for Thursday 5/12/2013: More than 100 people killed. The dead: 27 civilians, 22 rebels, 7 unidentified rebels, 9 non-Syrian ISIS, 11 NDF, 24 regular soldiers, 1 defected officer.
By province: Reef Dimashq (10 civilians*, 8 rebels). Aleppo (4 civilians, 6 rebels). Idlib (4 civilians*, 5 rebels). Homs (2 civilians, 2 rebels). Hama (4 civilians***). Damascus (1 rebel****, 2 civilians). Deir Ezzour (1 civilian).
* 6 civilians were killed by the regime bombardment on al-Nabek. 2 men tortured to death by security services. The rebels were killed by clashes in Qalamoun and Eastern Ghouta.
** 4 men from Jisr al-Shughour and the village of Ghaniya were tortured to death in the cells of the security services.
*** 4 civilians, including 2 children and an 19 year old woman, were killed by regime forces bombardment on the village of Kafarhud, Reef Hama.
**** A rebel commander was assassinated by unknown gunmen in the Yarmouk camp. 2 civilians were killed by regime shelling of the Yarmouk camp and Qadam neighbourhood.
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Firat News: Gangs Abduct Dozens of Civilians in Kobani ANF – Kobani 04.12.2013
According to the latest reports armed groups affiliated to the Islamic State of Iraq (ISI), which is close to Al Qaeda, and other armed groups are attacking and looting houses belonging to Kurds in Minbic and surrounding villages. Armed gangs have also set up a road block on the road between Kobanê and Jarablus, abducting many Kurdish civilians from vehicles. Read more
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Summarized final death toll for Tuesday 03/12/2013; 100 were killed in Syria. The dead include: 21 civilians, 19 rebel fighters, 26 regular soldiers, 7 unidentified rebel fighters, 1 defected soldier, 13 NDF combatants and at least 12 non-Syrian fighters from the ISIS, al-Nusra and rebel factions. Read more
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Approximately 126 thousand people killed in Syria. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented 125,835 casualties since the beginning of the Syrian uprising in 18/3/2011, from the first protestor shot and killed in Der’a, up till 1/12/2013.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Aleppo province: Rebel fighters launched several domestic rockets on regime strongholds in the 80th division, no reports of human losses. 1 rebel fighter was killed by clashes with regular forces in Reef Hama. 24 civilians, including 2 women and 4 children, were killed so far by explosive barrels dropped by the airforce on the al-Souq al-Masqouf area in al-Bab city, the number is likely to increase because there are dozens of injuries, some of which are in a critical state, and there are reports of corpses still under the rubble. A woman and a young girl from one family were killed by aerial bombardment on parts of the Deir Hafer town. Read more
20 dead in air strikes in Syria’s Aleppo province: BEIRUT – At least 20 people, including seven women and a child, were killed in an aerial bombardment on Saturday of Al-Bab in Syria’s Aleppo province, an NGO said.
Regime helicopters dropped explosive-laden barrels on the town in the northern province causing widespread damage, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Footage posted by activists on YouTube showed chaos in the aftermath of the attack.
Democratic Union Party (PYD) co-chair Saleh Muslim spoke to Sterk TV by phone during yesterday’s news bulletin about the meeting he had with the UN-Arab League representation to Syria crisis, Lakhdar Brahimi, in Geneva, Switzerland, on Thursday.
Muslim said the meeting with Brahimi was positive and handled the ongoing crisis in Syria and the democratic and peaceful solution of the Kurdish question.
Remarking that the Kurdish Supreme Council voiced its demand to participate in the Geneva 2 Conference during a former meeting with Brahimi in Damascus, PYD co-chair stated that some forces wanted to prevent Kurds’ participation in the Geneva Conference by maintaining the status quo that is grounded on the denial of Kurds since the Lousanne agreement in 1920′s. Muslim remarked that the Arab chauvinism, and the ongoing denial of Kurds by the Turkish and Iranian states didn’t want Kurds to have a voice in any area in order for the continuation of the present status quo. Read more