Fatema and Bayan, two sisters shot in their legs, arrived at turkey hospital to be treated.فاطمة( 7سنوات) و أختهــا بيان (8 أشهر)..
هما الآن في مشفى كيليس الوطني في تركيا حيث جاؤوا مع 10 جرحى بعد أن مزق رصاص عصابات الاسد المجرمة أرجلهن الصغيرة ..
توفيت أمهما الحامل والأب في حالة خطرة في المشفى
وبقيت الطفلتين لوحدهما ..
حسبنا الله ونـعم الوكيل
الاب حالته خطرة جداً في غازي عنتاب وبقي هناك لسوء حالته
Man tortured by by soldiers in Syria
A Syrian child is seen with her family who fled from the Syrian town of Qusair near Homs, at the Lebanese-Syrian border village of Qaa, eastern Lebanon, on March 5. More than a thousand Syrian refugees have poured across the border into Lebanon, among them families with small children carrying only plastic bags filled with their belongings as they fled a regime hunting down its opponents. (Hussein Malla/Associated Press)
A Syrian girl who fled the violence in Syria sleeps with a doll at a shelter housing refugees in the Lebanese city of Arsal in the Bekaa Valley on March 26. (Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images)
Mohammad (12) a Syrian refugee wearing a scarf with the colors of the Syrian Independence flag, stands outside of Reyhanli refugee camp in Hatay province on the Turkish-Syrian border on March 17. Over the past few weeks, the number of Syrians crossing has increased dramatically with an average of 200 to 300 now coming into Turkey every day. This week 1,000 crossed in just 24 hours, the highest number since the first wave of refugees last summer. Around 15,000 registered Syrian refugees now live in tented camps inside Turkey, making up almost half of the 34,000 people the United Nations estimates to have fled Syria since the start of the conflict a year ago. (Murad Sezer/Reuters)
Aida cries as she recovers from severe injuries after the Syrian Army shelled her house in Idlib, Syria, on March 10, 2012. Aida’s husband and two of her children were killed in the attack. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Hana, age 12, flashes the victory sign next to her sister Eva, 13, as they recover from severe injuries after the Syrian Army shelled their house in Idlib, north Syria, on March 10, 2012. Their father and two siblings were killed after their home was shelled. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
05/11/12 #Syria Shooting at protest in Aleppo
An activist of the group called “Freedom Convoy” waves a modified Syrian flag near the Turkish-Syrian border. (Mustafa Ozer / AFP/Getty Images) (MUSTAFA OZER, AFPGetty Images)
***GRAPHIC*** A LITTLE BOY IS SEVERELY WOUNDED BY SHRAPNEL FROM A SHELL FIRED INTO HIS HOME. Homs (Khalidiyeh): Apr 10, 2012 - On the day the world threatened Assad to abide by a ceasefire, Assad’s forces killed more than 50 men, women and children. His forces did not pull out of any cities, nor did they stop their brutal oppression. The world just sat back and watched as Assad made a fool of them once again …
What on earth could this little boy have done to deserve such a horrific injury? He can’t even get proper medical treatment because 1) He is a Homsi 2) He was injured by Assad’s forces, so he’s forbidden to seek treatment at any public or private hospital and 3) Doctors are forbidden to treat him.
Luck for him volunteer doctors are there to offer what help they can and the sparse medical treatment he is receiving comes from donations from people around the world. Those are the only two reasons that he might live thought this physically. Mentally he will be scarred for life.
THIS IS WHAT A ‘CEASEFIRE’ LOOKS LIKE TO ASSAD AND THE UNITED NATIONS. Homs (Khalidiyeh): Apr 10, 2012 - Need I add more?