Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024

The Syrian regime and its allies (Russia and Iran), and their sectarian militias are doing massacres and destruction of villages and towns in eastern Ghouta in Damascus – the death rate so far had passed over 300 people.  It’s war crime of special kind, but a public massacre aimed at killing the remaining social incubator of the Syrian revolution, breaking the steadfastness of its people and forcing them to leave their Ghouta. This is a continuation of systematic forced displacements followed by Bashar al-Assad’s regime and its allies in Syrian areas since the beginning of their war on the majority of the Syrian people.

The Syrian regime and its allies have not only imposed a siege on the eastern villages and towns of Ghuzaa for five years, but its forces and the militias of Lebanese Hezbollah and Iranian militias have been trying to break into it for several months using all types of artillery and missile attacks.

This is addition to the bombing of the explosive barrels and poison chlorine gas and the prevention of access to humanitarian aid and food to about 400,000 civilians which are at risk of death because of the blockade, declared Farhan Haq spokesman for the UN Secretary-General.

The military regime and the Russian attackers are targeting schools, hospitals, shops, power plants and water to break the will of the people and force them to leave their places to be refugees or dead in an attempt to implement the demographic change project implemented by the Assad regime and the Iranians in Syria, they have committed the metaphor to empty cities and towns of their original inhabitants and settle militias and their families.

This massacre is committed in front of the eyes of the world and its reputation, especially the Security Council and the countries concerned with the Syrian file, which is unable to adopt a firm stance on it. The international community is only concerned about the issue and calling for a meeting of the Security Council to a humanitarian truce not passed by the Russian veto.

Worse than that, the UN Secretary-General is content to express his concern coinciding with the concern of his predecessors, while his special envoy to Syria, Stephane de Mistura, spoke to the Security Council in neutral language, saying that the escalation of fighting in the eastern sniper could make it another Aleppo.

It seems that De Mistura did not know who waged a war of annihilation against its civilians, in which dozens but hundreds of them die every day. He could not say that the Russians and the regime’s militias destroyed the eastern Aleppo neighborhoods in late 2016 and organized forced displacements of hundreds of thousands of its civilians who became homeless, displaced and refugees.







Written by: Azziya Mohamoud



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