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افتراضي Latest News Syria, the Syrians are demanding democracy in the mass demonstrations Hama, Damascus and east of the country










Thousands of Syrian citizens in the Syrian city of Hama in a demonstration demanding democracy yesterday. An eyewitness in the city - which the Syrian army crushed an uprising in 1982 -.. The large crowd participated

Two witnesses said that the small demonstrations took place in a neighborhood in Damascus and Barzeh Sakba suburb, where demonstrators chanted cheers want to change the system.
The leader of the Kurdish opposition, thousands of Syrian Kurds demonstrated in the eastern country yesterday to demand an end to military operations that have killed hundreds of protesters.
Habib said Ibrahim told Reuters that the growing numbers of protesters, he said, adding that the protests broke out in Qamishli and the towns of Deir Abasiya column and near the border with Turkey, also spoke of a Kurdish opposition figure for large protests in the Kurdish region in eastern Syria.
In Geneva, the Office of Human Rights at the United Nations said yesterday that the death toll in the unrest may have arrived in Syria to 850 people to the arrest of thousands of demonstrators during the campaign initiated by the Syrian army two months ago.
He called Robert Caulfii spokesman for UN High Commissioner for Human Rights - Press Release - The Syrian government to show restraint and to refrain from the use of violence and mass arrests to silence the opposition. He added that the death toll, which ranges between 700 and 850, which is based on information provided by the activists of human rights defenders real considerably.
In Istanbul, dozens of students and the Syrian citizens in front of their consulate in Istanbul last night to protest the policy of the Syrian government against the anti-regime of President Bashar al-Assad, and demonstrators raised banners calling for the Syrian president to respond to the demands of the people and cease fire on the demonstrators, saying: The fire Ali is the greatest betrayal of the people.
For his part, said human rights activist said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has issued orders to his troops not to fire on pro-democracy demonstrators, just hours before Friday prayers, which has become a focal point for protesters in the uprising of an eight weeks.
Louay Hussein, said that Shaaban Syrian President's advisor told him in a telephone interview on Tuesday that he made a crucial presidential Owamr not to shoot at the demonstrators, and all of the otherwise bear the full responsibility.
Hussein was among the four opposition figures met with Shaaban this month and made demands including an end to the violent repression of Mahthin and political reform in the country which is governed by the Assad family since 1970. This was the first meeting between the opposition and senior officials since the protests erupted demanding political freedom and the end of corruption in the southern city of Dara on March 18.
Fridays and allows only opportunity for the Syrians to gather in large numbers, which facilitates them to do demonstrations. This Friday was an important test after the government said they had put down unrest to a large extent.
At the same time said the International Commission of Jurists - Geneva-based - that the Syrian forces killed more than 700 people and arrested thousands of cities and bombed indiscriminately in its military campaign on the protests that pose the greatest challenge to the authoritarian rule of Assad, who have passed 11 years. The government says about 100 soldiers of the army and security were killed in the unrest. And foreign journalists barred from entering Syria, which makes it difficult to obtain independent reports.
The Syrian troops were deployed in towns south of the country yesterday, and tightened its grip on the two other towns expanded its campaign.
And the International Committee of Red Cross concerns about the possibility of arrest of hundreds and possibly thousands of people by Syrian security forces during the recent turmoil experienced by the country. The International Committee - Radio reported British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) yesterday - that the lack of information on the exact number of prisoners by the Syrian authorities are a source of great concern.
The Committee appealed to the International - the Geneva-based - the Syrian government to allow Red Cross access to all areas of the country where there are many people who are in need of assistance


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