The Syrian Coalition condemned the crime committed by the Assad regime and Russian air forces against residents of an internally displaced people camp in rural Dara’a on Wednesday. It stressed that the regime is not qualified to fight terrorism because it is “a sponsor and responsible for its surge.”
In a press release issued on Wednesday, the Coalition said: “The Assad regime, backed by the Russian occupation’s air force and Iranian militias, continues with its indiscriminate, criminal attacks on towns and villages in western rural Dara’a.”
“It is committing more massacres and crimes against civilians by targeting populated areas and camps for the internally displaced people. Civilians have been left with no safe haven from bombardment and missiles.”
Dozens of people were killed and wounded in the Koya Valley in the Yarmouk Basin in western rural Daraa when Russian occupation jets and the Assad regime’s heavy artillery hit a camp sheltering displaced people in the area.
The Syrian Coalition condemned this crime and the indiscriminate bombing campaign against western rural Dara’a, stressing that the fight against terrorism and terrorist organizations cannot be carried out by a regime that sponsors terrorism.
“The Assad regime is primarily responsible for the emergence and spread of these organizations, chief among them is the ISIS extremist group.”
The Coalition called upon on states that are active in the UN Security Council to shoulder their responsibilities towards these crimes and this blatant disregard for the lives of civilians. (Source: Syrian Coalitions’ Media Department)