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Saturday, May 26, 2012

18+ Syria - Assad Massacres 50 Children - Throats Slit - Shot in Head by Army in Houla 5-25-12

18+ Adults Only - Warning - Not for Shock - Contains Graphic Images - Documentary Evidence of Horrific Crimes Against Humanity Committed by Syria Dictator Bashar Assad in the Town of Houla where the Assad Army Massacred over 110 Villagers today, slitting the throats and shooting in the head over 50 children . Syria's main opposition bloc urged the U.N. Security Council on Saturday to convene an emergency meeting to examine what it called an army massacre near Homs, where it said 110 people were killed. "More than 110 people were killed (half of whom are children) by the Syrian regime's forces" in the village of Houla, the Syrian National Council said in a statement. "Some of the victims were hit by heavy artillery while others, entire families, were massacred," said the statement by Bassma Kodmani, the council's head of foreign relations. The toll of 110 victims was double that given by the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which said that more than 50 civilians, including 13 children, died in the army shelling of Houla. The Syrian National Council (SNC ) in its statement urged the U.N. Security Council "to call for an emergency meeting to examine the situation... and to determine the responsibility of the United Nations in face of such mass killings, expulsions and forced migration from entire neighborhoods." Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory while giving the lower death toll, agreed that this was "a real massacre" and complained that "U.N. observers are just staying silent" on the matter. U.N. chief blames Syrian regime Meanwhile, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon blamed the Syrian government on Friday for much of the "unacceptable levels of violence and abuses" occurring every day in violation of a U.N.-backed peace plan. In a report to the U.N. Security Council obtained by the Associated Press, Ban cited the government's continuing use of heavy weapons, reports of shelling and "a stepped-up security crackdown by the authorities that has led to massive violations of human rights by government forces and pro-government militias." Ban lamented that there has been only "small progress" on implementing the six-point plan brokered by international envoy Kofi Annan, who is scheduled to brief the Security Council on Wednesday. Ban called on the government to keep its pledge to immediately stop the violence, pull heavy weapons and troops out of populated areas, allow humanitarian workers to help needy civilians and end human rights abuses. حولة مجزرة عظيمة في منطقة الحولة 25_5_2012.flvال

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