Syria Today 5-10-2012

One hundred and twenty seven people were martyred for their pursuit of freedom, but their blood will be a beacon of hope that paves the way for those to come. 10 children and 4 women were among the martyrs. 36 martyrs were reported in Aleppo; 28 in Damascus and its Suburb; 19 in Daraa; 16 in Deir Ezzor;12 in Homs; 11 in Idlib; 3 in Lattakia and 2 in Hama
. Despite the regime forces’ torture, killing, and destruction, Syrians are no longer afraid of death, for they are still hopeful about the future. They sing to their martyrs and detainees, and they renew the pledges they have taken togheter that they will continue this path till the end despite the regime’s brutality and repression. Their deep convictions are best expressed when they take out to the streets in great numbers defying death and making their bodies freedom icons.
Today 464 demonstrations set out in Syria as what the Local coordinating committees was able to document until the time of writing this report, the largest number of demonstrations was in Idlib which had 123 demonstrations this Friday that chanted for the Free Syrian army,Followed by Hama wich had 117 demonstrations today demanded a clear and explicit attitude from the international community. Aleppo this time demanded the reform of the Free Syrian army in 63 demonstrations. As in Deir Ezzor demonstrators set out in 53 demonstrations and Greetings were raised in some areas to the Green Revolution in Iran.In Damascus and its Suburbs 47 demonstrations set out, despite the suffocating siege and the continued shelling was followed by Daraa with 29 demonstrations demanded the protection of the Syrian kids. Then Hasakeh with 20 demonstrations, while 7 demonstrations went out in Besieged Homs, and we also documented three demonstrations in Raqqa, and two demonstrations in Lattakia

Aleppo: Warplane-mounted heavy machineguns fire on the outskirts of the city and on civilians’ houses

Aleppo: Fierce artillery shelling of Al-Sukari neighborhood is reported and 8 shells have landed so far

Damascus Suburbs: Yabroud: Fierce artillery shelling targets the city

Lattakia: Heavy shelling of Salama, a Village, by regime forces positioned in Bureg Baroudeh

Deir Ezzor: Mohsen: Fierce shelling using warplanes’ barrels in the city in attempt to rescue regime’s army pilots, and anti-aircraft is used amid intense gunfire from machine guns

Daraa: Moseifra: 11 martyrs were field executed in the town by regime shabeeha

Idlib: Sermein: Fierce warplane shelling in the city was reported

Aleppo: Efrein: Seven people were martyred due to fierce helicopter shelling at a car in Aleppo- Efrein road Tamora junction. The martyrs are: Khalil Othman, Ahmad Otham, Mostafa Hameed Moslem, Mohammad Hanan Kedro, Yasmein Omar, Abdul Rahman Omar, and child Orjan Eibesh (6 years old)

Deir Ezzor: The Free Syrian Army seized control of Halabia roundabout northern of the city, which is one of the checkpoints besieging the city from the north bank of Furat river

Damascus Suburbs: Bebila: Fierce shelling using tanks stationed in the town at residential buildings and shops

Aleppo: Fierce artillery shelling at Ferdous neighborhood resumed

Daraa: Moseifra: Regime forces carried out field-executions during the storming of the town and some of the martyrs name arrived and they are: Mohammad Omar Saleem Al-Zooby, 65, Ali Mohammad Omar Saleem Al-Zooby, 55, and Saleem Ahmad Omar Saleem Al-Zooby. The campaign of raids and burning of house continues

Lattakia: Turkman Mountain: Fierce shelling in the city using rocket launchers and artillery stationed in Mashqeta towards Malaq and the 45th Tower was reported

Aleppo: Warplane-mounted heavy machineguns fire on the outskirts of the city and on civilians’ houses

Aleppo: Fierce artillery and tank shelling of Bustan Al-Basha is reported

Daraa: Tal Shehab: Fierce artillery shelling was reported in the town and more than 15 shells have landed so far

Aleppo: Fierce warplane shelling in Kafar Hamra, Hreitan, Andan, and Hayyan resumed and residential buildings are being targeted by warplanes’ machine guns

Hama: Kafarzeta: Fierce artillery shelling in the city from the checkpoints stationed in Maharda was reported

Damascus Suburbs: Saqba: 6 martyrs were reported and dozens were injured due to fierce mortar shelling in the town. They martyrs are: Karam Ashoush, 13, Kefah Saad Eddin, 13, Wafaa Jamal Saad Eddin, Sultan Saad Eddin, Basel Khalil

Daraa: Fierce shelling using artillery shells at Maaraba and the western entrance of Busra Al-Sham

Aleppo: Tal Refaat: Shelling using artillery and rocket shells was reported in the city from Manegh Military Airport

Daraa: Fierce shelling using artillery shelling was reported in Refugees camp

Aleppo: Fierce shelling using artillery shells was reported in Bustan Al-Qaser neighborhood and some shells landed near Bader mosque

Damascus Suburbs: Hamouria: A martyr and many wounded were reported due to fierce shelling in the city

Damascus Suburbs: Distress calls from the residents of Qudsaya and Hameh cities to declare them as stricken cities after more than 20,000 of them fled, their homes were destroyed, and their properties were stolen by regime’s shabiha

Damascus Suburbs: Domair: Warplanes are flying over the city and penetrating the sound barrier

Hama: Kawkab: Massive explosion shook the village and residents are panicking

Aleppo: Many martyrs and wounded were reported due to artillery shelling in Sheikh Khedr neighborhood

Member of the Free Syrian Army Over the Rubble of the Warplane in Mohsen, Deir Ezzor

Martyrs in Saqba City, Damascus Suburbs

Youth of Irbeen Pulling Out the Wreckage of the Plane that Landed in Eastern Ghota in Damascus Suburbs

Shelling Kafar Zeita, Hama

Wounded Due to Shelling in Sermein, Idlib

Wounded Due to Shelling Saqba, Damascus Suburbs

Martyrs in Saqba City, Damascus Suburbs

Youth of Irbeen Pulling Out the Wreckage of the Plane that Landed in Eastern Ghota in Damascus Suburbs

Shelling Tadamun and the Surrouding Areas in Damascus

Shelling Tadamun and the Surrouding Areas in Damascus

Shelling the Building of Medicine in Deir Ezzor University

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