Local Coordination Committee

Posted August 7th, 2013 by Bryan

Bashar Al-Assad continues to disseminate the thesis that protesters are terrorists and troublemakers, remote control from outside groups. Last offensive a day after the Government announced an electoral advancement. The army close the encirclement at Deir Zur, Homs and Haula. The Syrian army has launched this Sunday a tough offensive on rebel zones of Homs (Center) and Deir Zur (North), which includes the shelling with tanks on some neighborhoods and the use of heavy weaponry. In the province of Homs already had been the first fatalities at the hands of the army, according to the spokesman for the committees of Local coordination, the Abdullah Mohamed.

To the Abdullah explained that 38 people were killed in Deir Zur, where private hospitals have been forced to close and one public has been surrounded by troops, and the other four died in Haula. For its part, the opposition group the Syrian revolution against Bashar Al-Assad, reported that the number of people killed in Haula reaches 16 people, among them four women and a child. This campaign of repression by the regime of Bashar Al-Assad seemed to have eased this Saturday, when the Syrian Foreign Minister, Walid to the Mualem, ensured that there would be elections at year end and that the polls will act referee announced reforms by Al-Assad. This announcement was overshadowed hours later, when Syrian security forces arrested Walid to the Buni, an important member of the Syrian opposition and prominent activist human rights, as they pointed out several opposition groups. The army close the encirclement on the attack on Deir to Zur, several Syrian opposition groups hung in Internet videos alleged about the bombing the city showing large clouds of black smoke and continuous bursts of gunfire. The Local Coordination Committee pointed out that the army has already attacked the districts of Muazafin, Qosur, Omal, Yura, Tob, Dahiye, Roshidye, Horiga and Hanamat, while heard strong explosions in different parts of the city.

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