Syrian Coalition: Assad and His Gangs Must Stand Trial
The family of Abbas Khan, the British doctor who died while he was detained by the Assad regime, demanded that Assad and his close associates must be brought to justice. Khan’s sister called for defining those responsible for the brutal torture her brother was subject to in Assad’s prisons until he died. “If we want to talk about peace, we must first establish the rule of law, accountability…Read more
ACU Delivers Food Rations in Jarablos Assistance Coordination Unit delivered 500 food rations to affected households in Jarablos in collaboration with local relief organizations. ACU also delivered 500 food rations to the displaced households living in camps near the town. The Unit also set up a bakery in Yabroud in rural Damascus and supplied it with 50 tons of flour, and 50 packets of yeast and 6,900 liters of diesel fuel. The bakery started producing bread and distributing)
Protesters Carry Photos of Assad’s Crimes at UN Headquarters. Dozens of Syrians held a demonstration in front of the UN headquarters in the Swiss city of Geneva on Friday and carried the flags of the Syrian revolution in addition to the pictures of the massacres committed by the Assad regime against civilians. The demonstrators, including some members of the Syrian Coalition, demanded establishing a transitional ruling body without any role for Assad. They also called for holding Assad and his henchmen accountable for the crimes they committed against the Syrian people. Moreover, they called for alleviating the suffering of the Syrian people who are being massacred by explosive barrels dropped by Assad’s air force on the residential neighborhoods. The demonstrators also demanded that the Iranian and Hezbollah’s terrorist militias get out of all Syrian territory, in addition to opening safe corridors in the areas that are subject to crippling siege by Assad’s forces. (Source: Syrian Coalition)
Abu Al Fadl Al Abbas Snipers Target Civilians Southern Damascus Snipers of Abu al Fadl al Abbas terrorist militia targeted a number of civilians in Al Hajjar al Aswad district of southern Damascus, killing a woman and a child. Regime forces shelled Al Qadam with mortar rounds, as they also arrested a number people in Salehia. Regime’s warplanes conducted air strikes on Khan Al Sheigh, Maliha and Zamalka, as artillery shelling was recorded on Dariyam Nishabiyah and Zabadani. (Source: Syrian Coalition + Local Coordination Committees)
Dozens Killed in Aleppo by Barrel Bombs Attacks Assad’s warplanes conducted barrel bomb attacks the districts of Muyassar, Jazmatti, Karm Homed, Dahret Awad, Marjeh, Shaar, killing 20 people and injuring dozens. inspired generosity Homd Aleppo what led to the death of seven civilians and wounding dozens. The Free Syrian Army shot two barrel bombs before they land in liberated eastern Aleppo. In the meantime, regime forces shelled the town of Jadida in rural Aleppo. (Source: Syrian Coalition + Local Coordination Committees)
FSA Captures a Checkpoint Near Taybet Al Imam The Free Syrian Army captured a checkpoint at the western entrance of Taybet al Imam after violent clashes with regime forces. The Free Syrian Army attacked regime positions in Suqeilbhiya northwest of Hama with Grad missiles. Regime forces shelled Jebalin, Kafr Zeta and Lattaminah, killing three people and wounding dozens. (Source: Syrian Coalition + Local Coordination Committees)
Air Raids on Sheikh Misqin and Inkhil. Assad’s air force launched air strikes on Sheikh Misqin and Inkhil in rural Dara’a, causing civilian casualties. Regime forces also shelled the towns of Samlin, Tel Shehab, Sayda, Jidor and the districts of Tariq al Sadd and Dara’a Cam[, causing civilian casualties and material damage. (Source: Syrian Coalition + Sham News Network)
Syrians Protest In A Friday Dubbed “11,000 War Crimes” Syrians demonstrated today in various governorates in a Friday they dubbed “11,000 war crimes,” and called for the overthrow the Assad regime of and for lifting the siege on the besieged areas. Demonstrations were also held in Maa’raba and Dara’a, as anti-ISIS protests were reported in Kafranbel and Saraqeb. (Source: Syrian Coalition + Local Coordination Committees)
Kerry: Assad is an Obstacle for peace and the world will protect minorities after the fall of Assad.
Preserving independence and national sovereignty and maintaining the Syrian people's unity within the same Syrian soil is one of the critical pillars of the Syrian Coalition. The Coalition aims to overthrow the Assad regime along with all its symbols and pillars. It also aims to dismantle its security apparatus and hold accountable those involved in crimes against Syrians. In addition, it seeks to achieve a transition to a pluralistic, democratic and civil Syria.