Al Arabiya Television Channel
August 7, 2011 by staff
Al Arabiya Television Channel, Syrian forces bombed the city of Hama and opened fire on protesters in other cities and key regional body régimen”excesivo denounced the use of force against demonstrators.”
Tanks attacked residential areas of Hama, a city of the country’s fourth largest, al-Arabiya and al-Jazeera television, citing unidentified activists.
An attack began early Sunday in the eastern city of Deir al-Zour, al-Arabiya said. Forces bombed the city and cut off the electricity, the report said.
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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu also visits Damascus on Tuesday to protest the brutal repression in Syria.
When it is close to an ultimatum from one of the friends of Syria in the region, Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan said:’’a new process will be implemented according to their response and actions.”
At least 300 people have died in Hama from July 30, according to al-Jazeera.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he had also urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad”para stop the use of military force against civilians immediately.”
The statement by Mr. Ban said that Assad had risen with him,”the large number of lives lost between security forces and the police.” Ban Ki-moon also condemned these.
Syria’s opposition has admitted that the armed insurgents who operate outside of the uprising. Assad’s regime claimed that more than 400 government soldiers and members of the security forces have died since the uprising began in mid-March.
”You can not expect even a peaceful revolution to be 100 percent peaceful,”Syrian dissident leader Ausama Monajed said.
Pictures broadcast repeatedly on state television last week showed Syria’s bloody corpses of the soldiers jumped off a bridge near Hama.
”This act was carried out by Syrian soldiers who have returned from Iraq,”said an activist in Damascus. ”We can not control and we are very concerned about this, because ultimately, that plays into the hands of government.”
The first attack against the army seems to have taken place in April, when nine soldiers were killed in a bridge on the outskirts of Baniyas.
The regime claims more than 100 soldiers were killed in the city of al-Jisr Shughur.
About 20,000 people demonstrated in Idlib after Ramadan prayers on Friday night, and other demonstrations took place in the cities of Dara, Aleppo and Qameshli, al-Arabiya said.
U.S. State Department has urged its citizens in Syria to leave immediately,”while commercial transportation is disponible”y said those who stayed should limit nonessential travel.
Diplomats continue to report on what is happening in Syria since the activities of the international press is restricted, U.S. ambassador in Syria, said Robert Ford.
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