The Darayya Massacre... survivors recall 7 days of Assad regime bombing, slaughter and field executions

Aug 25, 2022

Article from Syria TV

Ten years ago today, on Monday, August 20, 2012, as Muslims in Syria and worldwide were celebrating the second day of Eid al-Fitr, bulldozers moved to close all entrances and exits to the city of Darayya in Western Ghouta, so that Assad regime forces and militias could begin a 7-day mass cleansing campaign, in which more than 700 people were killed, including 524 women and children. Documented by name, the regime's militias arrested hundreds and wounded more than 1,500 people in the bombing.

Germany grants asylum to one of Bashar Al-Assad's bodyguards: report

Nov 13, 2020

One of Bashar al-Assad’s personal bodyguards has reportedly claimed refugee status in Germany, despite being involved in perpetrating heinous crimes against Syrian dissidents, even arresting and handing over members of his own family to Assad's forces to be punished for their participation in anti-regime demonstrations.

Many killed, critically wounded in regime warplanes’ bombing of Yadoudeh, 12 named so far

May 05, 2015

Yadoudeh, Daraa province, 05-05-2015: A large number of civilians, including women and children, have been killed in regime warplanes’ latest bombing of homes in the town of Yadoudeh in Daraa province with TNT-filled barrel bombs earlier today, with dozens more injured, many critically.