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What’s Left of Syria?

In the past four years, the Syrian war has increased in intensity causing severe damage and destruction to most of the country.

Millions have lost their homes while hundreds of thousands have been killed. What was once a country steeped in history and diverse culture is now a war-torn country brought to rubble

Here is what’s left of Syria.

 

PEOPLE

7.1 million internally displaced

10.9 million displaced

3.8 million refugees

At least

210,000 killed

1.5 million civilians seriously wounded
At least 200,000 detained

At least 2,400 reportedly missing

 

HEALTHCARE

57% of hospitals damaged
36% of hospitals destroyed

At least 50% of Syrian physicians have fled

 

BUILDINGS AND HOMES

At least 3 million buildings have been affected
1.2 million homes destroyed

9,000 industrial facilities completely destroyed

 

SCHOOLS

At least 3,878 schools destroyed
At least 2,500 schools now shelter to 65,000 IDP’s

2.8 million Syrians are out of school

 

PLACES OF WORSHIP

At least 1,451 mosques were targeted

348 mosques totally destroyed

 

CULTURAL AND HERITAGE SITES

290 locations affected
104 severely damaged and 24 completely destroyed

5/6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites damaged

 

CITIES

Damascus

Out of at least 2.65 million civilians, almost 2.5 million remain living in the capital

Aleppo

Out of at least 4 million civilians, Aleppo is left with almost 3 million residents by 2014

Homs

Out of 1.4 million residents in Homs- more than half have been killed or displaced

 

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‘Worst Man-made Disaster Since World War II’

Six years to the day since protesters poured into the streets of Daraa, Damascus and Aleppo in a “day of rage” against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad, Syria’s uprising turned global war is far from over.

Six years of violence have killed close to half a million people, according to the Syrian Centre for Policy Research, displaced half of the country’s prewar population, allowed the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) to seize huge swaths of territory, and created the worst humanitarian crisis in recent memory.

International diplomatic efforts have repeatedly failed to bring the protracted conflict closer to an end and the growing role of outside actors has changed the nature and trajectory of the war.

The UN estimates the war has pushed close to five million people to flee the country, many of whom have risked their lives seeking sanctuary in Europe. Hundreds of thousands of others exist precariously in tents and tin shelters in Syria’s neighbouring countries.

An entire generation of Syrian children has either been pushed out of school or forced to cope with interrupted curriculums, makeshift classrooms, or unqualified teachers.

According to UNICEF, 2016 was the worst year yet for Syrian children. Nearly three million children – the UN estimated amount of Syrians born since the crisis began – know nothing but war.

The country’s healthcare system, particularly in places like Aleppo, is decimated. More than four-fifths of the country live in poverty.

Basic infrastructure, such as the electricity grid, water lines and roads, is in shambles. As of 2015, 83 percent of Syria’s electric grid was out of service, according to a coalition of 130 non-governmental organisations.

On Monday, in an address to the UN Human Rights Council, UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein described the war in Syria as “the worst man-made disaster since World War II”.

Zeid added that his office had been refused access to the country and that no international human rights observers had been admitted to places where “very probably tens of thousands of people are currently held. They are places of torture”.

“Indeed, the entire conflict, this immense tidal wave of bloodshed and atrocity, began with torture,” he said, citing as an example the torture of a group of children by security officials over anti-government graffiti in the southern city of Daraa six years ago.

“Today, in a sense, the entire country has become a torture chamber, a place of savage horror and absolute injustice,” he said.

UN investigators have accused the government of “extermination” in its jails and detention centres.

Global watchdog Amnesty International said in a report last August that an estimated 17,700 people had died from torture or harsh conditions while in government custody since the beginning of the conflict.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) put the number at 60,000.

Many others have been executed, and far more have simply disappeared. Thousands more have died in prisons run by rebel groups and hardliners like ISIL and groups affiliated with al-Qaeda.

Intervention by regional and global players into what started as an uprising of the people against a repressive government has transformed the conflict into a proxy war as international efforts repeatedly stall.

Russia’s October 2015 military intervention helped prop-up a gutted Syrian army and, with the assistance of thousands of Iranian-backed fighters, has helped put Damascus firmly back in control on the battlefield.

The Russian-backed push on the battlefield culminated in the government takeover of rebel-held east Aleppo late last year, dealing the opposition its biggest defeat of the conflict.

As pro-government forces steadily captured rebel territory over the past year, a series of “local truces” in areas crippled by years of government siege saw the transfer of thousands of fighters and civilians to Idlib, the last opposition-held province in the north. The UN has said the deals amount to forced displacement and are thus war crimes.

Earlier this week, increased bombing in the government-besieged district of al-Waer in Homs, the city’s last rebel-held bastion, pushed rebels and their families to sign on to asimilar evacuation deal.

Recently renewed diplomatic efforts to bring an end to war have all but stalled, as anationwide ceasefire agreed upon by Russia and Turkey at the end of last year falls apart.

Since the start of the year, aid deliveries have slowed to a trickle for hundreds of thousands living under siege, according to a recent report by Physicians for Human Rights.

Heavy fighting has increased in recent weeks in strategic areas near Damascus, as government forces push to slice off territories from the last rebel-held stronghold close to the capital.

Rebels boycotted a third round of Russian-led talks in Kazakh capital of Astana, ostensibly aimed at consolidating the shaky truce, over continued violence.

And although Astana talks succeeded in paving the way for a fifth round of UN-led intra-Syrian talks late last year, little was agreed upon other than a basic format for future negotiations.

The internationalisation of the war in Syria has left it beholden to outside interests, according to associate professor of international studies at Arcadia University Samer Abboud.

“Any form of solution is basically out of the hands of Syrians,” he told Al Jazeera.

“Ultimately, what’s on offer is some kind of containment of the violence, but no effort to really eliminate it,” he said. “But talk about a revolution or a political transition … it’s beyond that now.”

Key rebel backers like Turkey and the United States have narrowed their agendas in Syria over the past year, as government gains on the battlefield erase the prospect of regime change and domestic priorities take precedent.

Ankara, whose troops now occupy a large section of territory in Syria’s northeast, has given up on removing Assad in favour of preventing an armed Kurdish autonomous region on its border.

The US, who ,along with Turkey and the Gulf states, was central to facilitating the armament of what started as a peaceful uprising, has remained a political voyeur since Donald Trump’s administration came to power.

Instead, it has remained hyper-focused on making shortsighted, tactical gains against ISIL.

Just last week, the Pentagon deployed another 500 marines to Syria and spoke of the possibility of a long-term US presence in the country.

Infighting and a lack of international support have left rebel forces increasingly dependent on groups with hardline religious agendas.

And as the government, Turkey and the US, along with their respective allied forces, race to push ISIL out of its self-declared capital in Raqqa, the international agenda in Syria is shifting the narrative of the conflict.

“Syria is headed towards some sort of perverted version of what has been happening in Iraq or Afghanistan… where reconstruction efforts will be forced to exist alongside low levels of violence,” said Abboud.

“The war economy is entrenched … and outside players are reserving their right to do exactly what they want in Syria under the appearance of international consensus.”

 

Source : Aljazeera

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Syria: The Story Of The Conflict

More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives in four-and-a-half years of armed conflict, which began with anti-government protests before escalating into a full-scale civil war. More than 11 million others have been forced from their homes as forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad and those opposed to his rule battle each other – as well as jihadist militants from so-called Islamic State. This is the story of the civil war so far, in eight short chapters.

1. Uprising turns violent

 

Pro-democracy protests erupted in March 2011 in the southern city of Deraa after the arrest and torture of some teenagers who painted revolutionary slogans on a school wall. After security forces opened fire on demonstrators, killing several, more took to the streets.

The unrest triggered nationwide protests demanding President Assad’s resignation. The government’s use of force to crush the dissent merely hardened the protesters’ resolve. By July 2011, hundreds of thousands were taking to the streets across the country.

Opposition supporters eventually began to take up arms, first to defend themselves and later to expel security forces from their local areas.

 

2. Descent into civil war

 

Violence escalated and the country descended into civil war as rebel brigades were formed to battle government forces for control of cities, towns and the countryside. Fighting reached the capital Damascus and second city of Aleppo in 2012.

By June 2013, the UN said 90,000 people had been killed in the conflict. By August 2015, that figure had climbed to 250,000, according to activists and the UN.

The conflict is now more than just a battle between those for or against Mr Assad. It has acquired sectarian overtones, pitching the country’s Sunni majority against the president’s Shia Alawite sect, and drawn in regional and world powers. The rise of the jihadist group Islamic State (IS) has added a further dimension.

 

 

3. War crimes

A UN commission of inquiry has evidence that all parties to the conflict have committed war crimes – including murder, torture, rape and enforced disappearances. They have also been accused of using civilian suffering – such as blocking access to food, water and health services through sieges – as a method of war.

The UN Security Council has demanded all parties end the indiscriminate use of weapons in populated areas, but civilians continue to die in their thousands. Many have been killed by barrel bombs dropped by government aircraft on gatherings in rebel-held areas – attacks which the UN says may constitute massacres.

IS has also been accused by the UN of waging a campaign of terror. It has inflicted severe punishments on those who transgress or refuse to accept its rules, including hundreds of public executions and amputations. Its fighters have also carried out mass killings of rival armed groups, members of the security forces and religious minorities, and beheaded hostages, including several Westerners.

4. Chemical weapons

Hundreds of people were killed in August 2013 after rockets filled with the nerve agent sarin were fired at several suburbs of Damascus. Western powers said it could only have been carried out by Syria’s government, but the government blamed rebel forces.

Facing the prospect of US military intervention, President Assad agreed to the complete removal and destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal.

The operation was completed the following year, but the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has continued to document the use of toxic chemicals in the conflict. Investigators found chlorine was used “systematically and repeatedly” in deadly attacks on rebel-held areas between April and July 2014.

IS has also been accused of using homemade chemical weapons, including sulphur mustard. The OPCW said the blister agent was used in an attack on the northern town of Marea in August 2015 that killed a baby.

 

5. Humanitarian crisis

More than 4.5 million people have fled Syria since the start of the conflict, most of them women and children. Neighbouring Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey have struggled to cope with one of the largest refugee exoduses in recent history. About 10% of Syrian refugees have sought safety in Europe, sowing political divisions as countries argue over sharing the burden.

A further 6.5 million people are internally displaced inside Syria, 1.2 million were driven from their homes in 2015 alone.

The UN says it will need $3.2bn to help the 13.5 million people, including 6 million children, who will require some form of humanitarian assistance inside Syria in 2016. About 70% of the population is without access to adequate drinking water, one in three people are unable to meet their basic food needs, and more than 2 million children are out of school, and four out of five people live in poverty.

The warring parties have compounded the problems by refusing humanitarian agencies access to civilians in need. Up to 4.5 million people in Syria live in hard-to-reach areas, including nearly 400,000 people in 15 besieged locations who do not have access to life-saving aid.

 

6. Rebels and the rise of the jihadists

The armed rebellion has evolved significantly since its inception. Secular moderates are now outnumbered by Islamists and jihadists, whose brutal tactics have caused global outrage.

So-called Islamic State has capitalised on the chaos and taken control of large swathes of Syria and Iraq, where it proclaimed the creation of a “caliphate” in June 2014. Its many foreign fighters are involved in a “war within a war” in Syria, battling rebels and rival jihadists from the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front, as well as government and Kurdish forces.

In September 2014, a US-led coalition launched air strikes inside Syria in an effort to “degrade and ultimately destroy” IS. But the coalition has avoided attacks that might benefit Mr Assad’s forces. Russia began an air campaign targeting “terrorists” in Syria a year later, but opposition activists say its strikes have mostly killed Western-backed rebels and civilians.

In the political arena, opposition groups are also deeply divided, with rival alliances battling for supremacy. The most prominent is the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, backed by several Western and Gulf Arab states. However, the exile group has little influence on the ground in Syria and its primacy is rejected by many opponents of Mr Assad.

 

 

7. Peace efforts

With neither side able to inflict a decisive defeat on the other, the international community long ago concluded that only a political solution could end the conflict in Syria. The UN Security Council has called for the implementation of the 2012 Geneva Communique, which envisages a transitional governing body with full executive powers “formed on the basis of mutual consent”.

Talks in early 2014, known as Geneva II, broke down after only two rounds, with then-UN special envoy Lakhdar Brahimi blaming the Syrian government’s refusal to discuss opposition demands.

Mr Brahimi’s successor, Staffan de Mistura, focused on establishing a series of local ceasefires. His plan for a “freeze zone” in Aleppo was rejected, but a three-year siege of the Homs suburb of al-Wair was successfully brought to an end in December 2015.

At the same time, the conflict with IS lent fresh impetus to the search for a political solution in Syria. The US and Russia led efforts to get representatives of the government and the opposition to attend “proximity talks” in Geneva in January 2016 to discuss a Security Council-endorsed road map for peace, including a ceasefire and a transitional period ending with elections.

8. Proxy war

What began as another Arab Spring uprising against an autocratic ruler has mushroomed into a brutal proxy war that has drawn in regional and world powers.

Iran and Russia have propped up the Alawite-led government of President Assad and gradually increased their support. Tehran is believed to be spending billions of dollars a year to bolster Mr Assad, providing military advisers and subsidised weapons, as well as lines of credit and oil transfers. Russia has meanwhile launched an air campaign against Mr Assad’s opponents.

The Syrian government has also enjoyed the support of Lebanon’s Shia Islamist Hezbollah movement, whose fighters have provided important battlefield support since 2013.

The Sunni-dominated opposition has, meanwhile, attracted varying degrees of support from its international backers – Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan, along with the US, UK and France.

Until late 2015, rebel appeals for anti-aircraft weapons to stop devastating government air strikes were rejected by the US and its allies, amid concern that they might end up in the hands of jihadist militants. A US programme to train and arm 5,000 rebels to take the fight to IS on the ground also suffered a series of setbacks before being abandoned.

 

Sumber : http://www.bbc.com/

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Krisis Syria: Apa Peranan Kita?

Dunia dikejutkan lagi dengan insiden pembantaian umat Islam di Syria. Insiden pengeboman gas sarin telah dilakukan oleh tentera rejim Bashar Al-Asad yang bertempat di Idlib, Syria. Seramai 70 maut termasuk belasan daripadanya adalah terdiri daripada kanak-kanak dan bayi. Malahan, ada beratus lagi yang cedera.

 

Kita scroll dan scroll, menonton video demi video, dinding media sosial kita dipenuhi dengan berita pengeboman kimia sepanjang hari. Hati yang masih terjaga fitrahnya sudah tentu merasa sebak, tersentuh dan sedih. Air mata kita mulai bergenang melihat keadaan mereka yang mencungap menghirup udara kerana sesak nafas.

 

Air mata kita mengalir melihat tubuh pucat, terkujur tidak bergerak yang cuba diselamatkan oleh orang awam. Cukup sebak melihat permandangan ini berlaku di hadapan mata kita, ketika hayat kita. Mereka semua hanyalah masyarakat awam, kanak-kanak, orang yang tidak bersalah, dan apa yang lebih membuat hati ini merasa hiba adalah kerana mangsa itu sendiri adalah saudara Islam kita.

 

 

Perumpamaan kaum mukmin dalam sikap saling mencintai, mengasihi dan menyayangi, seumpama sebatang tubuh. Jika satu anggota tubuh sakit, maka anggota tubuh yang lain akan susah tidur atau merasakan demam. [HR. Muslim]

 

Hakikat yang sama berlaku di bumi-bumi umat Islam yang lain. Rohingya, Palestin, Libya, Yaman, Mesir, dan Xinjiang. Mereka adalah umat yang sama, menyembah Tuhan yang sama iaitu Allah, dan mengaku Nabi Muhammad sebagai pesuruh Allah. Mereka semua adalah umat kita, umat Islam. Lantas kita bertanya kepada diri kita di lubuk hati yang paling dalam, “Apa yang aku boleh lakukan untuk membantu umat ini ya Allah”.

 

Sebenarnya Allah tidak sesekali mengendahkan keadaan umat Islam yang dibantai teruk di seluruh bumi umat Islam. Allah tidak membiarkan orang beriman terkontang-kanting mencari jalan penyelesaian menghadapi kemelut umat ini.  Tetapi Allah telah meninggalkan orang beriman dengan sebuah petunjuk, jalan serta cara untuk melakukan perubahan melalui perbuatan Nabi, dan pedoman dari generasi awal Islam.

 

Punca kelemahan umat

 

Punca kepada segala kemelut dan kemunduran umat Islam dalam pelbagai aspek samada ideologi, kemanusiaan, peperangan, kemiskinan, keruntuhan akhlak, perpecahan adalah berpunca dari satu sumber; iaitu kerana kehancuran jiwa masyarakatnya.

 

Sebelum konflik peperangan dan kejatuhan Islam ini berlaku, jiwa mereka telah runtuh terlebih dahulu. Mereka dihinggapi pelbagai penyakit.

 

Dari sudut politik bangsa ini telah dijajah oleh musuhnya. Pemimpin dikawal dengan satu ideologi dan sistem tinggalan penjajah. Sebuah sistem politik yang tidak membawa kepada pembinaan jiwa dan kekuatan umat Islam. Dalam masa yang sama masyarakatnya berpecah, berpuak dan bermusuh.

 

Dari sudut ekonomi, amalan riba berleluasa disemua lapisan, dan syarikat-syarikat asing menguasai sumber kekayaan mereka. Industri-industri yang menjana sumber pendapatan negara mereka dimiliki oleh negara-negara kafir.

 

Dari sudut pemikiran timbul kekeliruan dalam kalangan ahli masyarakat. Falsafah dan ideologi asing mula menjadi neraca pemikiran mereka. Mereka lebih rela berhukumkan kefahaman atau falsafah selain daripada hukum hakam Islam. Mereka muncul dengan pelbagai ideologi seperti liberalisme, pluralisme, sekularisme serta bergerak dengan pelbagai nama dan persatuan. Ideologi dan pemikiran ini pada akhirnya menggugat akidah mereka dan menghancurkan nilai-nilai baik dalam diri masyarakat mereka.

 

Dari sudut sosial pula wujudnya budaya pergaulan bebas dan keruntuhan akhlak. Budaya ‘couple’ menjadi kebiasaan dalam kalangan remaja dan belia mereka. Hatta zina dan pornografi menjadi kebiasaan bagi masyarakat ini. Sifat terikut-ikut dengan budaya barat akhirnya meracuni hidup generasi remaja dan belia mereka. Mereka mudah terikut-ikut budaya dan trend hedonisme terkini. Menyibukkan diri dengan apa yang memuaskan hawa nafsu mereka sahaja.

 

Dari sudut undang-undang mereka berhukumkan undang-undang tinggalan penjajah. Sebuah undang-undang yang tidak mampu menakutkan penjenayah dan mendidik para pelaku. Undang-undang yang tidak membela orang yang dizalimi.

 

Dari sudut pendidikan wujud kepincangan pada dasar dan polisi pendidikan negara. Falsafah dan sistem pendidikan ini tidak berjaya membentuk jiwa dan akhlak. Sebaliknya hanya fokus kepada kemajuan keilmuan dengan mengabaikan aspek pembinaan jiwa. Yang pada akhirnya jiwa bangsa ini ditimpa sifat-sifat lemah semangat, pengecut, rendah diri, bacul, tamak, pentingkan diri dan tidak rela berkorban.

 

Kehancuran pelbagai aspek ini akhirnya membawa masyarakat Islam ini jauh dari tujuan hidup sebenar. Ia berjaya membuang semangat dan sifat rijal dalam kalangan ahli masyarakat. Malah lebih teruk lagi terbentuk sebuah masyarakat yang pengecut, hanya mahu berseronok dan berhibur, dan tidak mahu menggalas tanggungjawab yang besar dan menanggung beban perjuangan.

 

Segalanya bermula dengan perubahan diri

 

Mahu atau tidak mahu, untuk umat ini kembali bangkit membela diri, mereka harus memulakan dengan diri mereka sendiri. Iaitu dengan mentarbiah diri dan menyeru orang lain untuk ikut sama mentarbiah diri. Itulah metod atau cara bagaimana Nabi SAW dan para sahabat memulakan kebangkitan Islam.

 

Umat Islam perlu kembali menghayati roh Islam pada peringkat individu, keluarga dan masyarakat. Setiap individu, keluarga dan masyarakat perlu membina kekuatan iman dan rohani dengan memahami ajaran Islam dan melaksanakan seluruh tuntutannya dan beriltizam dengannya hingga akhir hayat.

 

Mereka perlu beriltizam dengan Islam dalam segala urusan kehidupannya seperti ibadah, keluarga, masyarakat, kerjaya, ekonomi, sosial, pendidikan, undang-undang, serta politik dan pemerintahan. Mereka perlu melaksanakan tuntutannya dengan penuh komited, dan meninggalkan larangannya dengan bersungguh.

 

Kekuatan individu, keluarga dan masyarakat Islam adalah asas kepada penegakan sebuah negara Islam. Hanya apabila keempat komponen ini kuat, mereka mampu untuk membebaskan negara dari penjajahan dan pengaruh kuasa asing. Hanya dengan ini umat Islam mampu kembali membela diri, menuntut kembali hak-hak yang telah dirampas, dan mengangkat maruah umat dan agama di tempat yang tertinggi.

 

Hanya dengan cara ini juga mereka mampu mengislah sistem politik, undang-undang, ekonomi, pendidikan, sosial, dan pemerintahan yang telah merosakkan umat kita serta melemahkan jiwa mereka.

 

Namun usaha ini adalah usaha yang jerih dan panjang. Mereka perlu kental semangat, menguatkan kesabaran, serta bersedia mengorbankan keperluan diri mereka untuk proses pembinaan yang panjang ini.

 

Hasan Al-Banna pernah memberi peringatan kepada kita dalam pidatonya;

Wahai kaum muslimin, khasnya yang bersemangat dan tergesa-gesa! Sesungguhnya jalan dakwah kamu ini, langkah-langkahnya telah disusun, sempadannya telah ditentukan, aku tidak akan menyanggahi sempadan yang aku amat yakin sebagai lebih selamat untuk sampai kepada matlamat. Memang jalannya panjang, tapi tiada jalan lain selain daripadanya. Siapa dari kalangan kamu hendak memetik buah sebelum masaknya, maka aku tidak bersamanya. Lebih baik dia mencari jalan dakwah yang lain. Siapa yang bersabar dengan aku sehingga benihnya bercambah, pokoknya tumbuh dan buahnya elok sampai masa untuk dipetik, maka ganjarannya di sisi Allah, kita sama-sama akan mengecapi ganjaran para hambanya yang berbuat baik; sama ada mendapat kemenangan atau kekuasaan, dan sama ada mendapat syahadah atau kebahagiaan.

 

Maka sekarang dihadapan kita telah terbentang sebuah jalan yang jelas bagi memulakan sebuah kebangkitan, dan membela nasib umat Islam yang tertindas. Marilah kita bersama membina kembali jiwa kita, dengan usaha pentarbiyahan yang bersungguh dan mendalam. Serulah ahli keluarga kita, rakan dan ahli masyarakat sekeliling kita kepada usaha pengislahan diri.

 

Inilah sebuah jalan yang terang dan jelas untuk menuju kepada sebuah matlamat yang kita dambakan, iaitu kebangkitan Islam di atas muka bumi.

 

Katakanlah (wahai Muhammad), inilah jalanku, Aku dan pengikut pengikutku menyeru (kamu) kepada Allah dengan berdasarkan keterangan dan bukti yang jelas nyata, Maha Suci Allah Aku tidak termasuk dalam golongan musyrik (Yusuf 12:108).

 

Segala video dan gambar pembantaian umat Islam di Syria yang disaksikan mata kita ini bakal ditanya dan dipersoalkan oleh Allah kelak. Mampukah kita ini memberi jawapan dihadapan Allah, sekiranya kita hanya berdiam diri dan tidak melakukan apa-apa?

 

Sumber : Nizzal Syafiq bin Bostaman

 

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Rejim Syria Disyaki Lancar Serangan Kimia

Lelaki Syria menunjukkan sisa-sisa roket yang dilaporkan dilancarkan oleh pasukan rejim di bandar Douma

 

DOUMA: Sekurang-kurangnya 21 orang, termasuk kanak-kanak menghadapi masalah pernafasan hari ini, kata pemantau, dalam serangan kimia oleh rejim Syria di wilayah yang dikepung pemberontak berhampiran ibu kota negara itu.

Pemeriksa Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB) menuduh rejim Presiden Bashar al-Assad mendalangi beberapa serangan gas beracun dalam perang selama tujuh tahun itu.

Serangan hari ini menyasarkan bandar raya Douma di wilayah dikawal pemberontak di Eastern Ghouta, kata Pemerhati Hak Asasi Manusia Syria (SOHR).

“Selepas tentera rejim membedil roket ke selatan Douma, asap putih merebak, menyebabkan 21 kes sesak nafas,” kata SOHR.

Wartawan AFP di hospital di bandar raya itu melihat orang ramai membawa bayi yang diselimut, bernafas menerusi topeng oksigen, sebahagian mereka menjerit.

Gadis dan lelaki duduk di atas hospital, mengalirkan air mata dan tidak berhenti batuk.

Doktor di hospital yang memperkenalkan diri sebagai Bassil, berkata pesakit mengalami gangguan pernafasan, sukar bernafas, batuk dan mata merah.

“Kami kesan mereka berbau seperti peluntur, klorin dan kami terpaksa menanggalkan pakaian mereka,” katanya.

Enam kanak-kanak dan enam wanita antara yang terkena kesan, kata SOHR

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Kanak-kanak antara Pelarian Syria ditemui mati kesejukan tewas dengan cuaca sejuk yang melanda Syria

RIBUT salji melanda kawasan sempadan Syria-Lebanon yang kerap digunakan pelarian Syria

Mayat 10 orang pelarian Syria termasuk dua orang kanak-kanak yang cuba memasuki Lebanon ditemukan dalam keadaan membeku di sebuah kawasan pergunungan berhampiran pos sempadan dengan Syria, semalam selepas ribut salji melanda laluan masuk penyeludupan itu.

Tentera Lebanon dalam satu kenyataan berkata, mereka sempat menyelamatkan enam pela­rian Syria daripada kawasan Masnaa tetapi seorang daripadanya meninggal dunia di hospital.

Tambah kenyataan itu, tentera turut menahan dua rakyat Syria atas dakwaan melakukan penyeludupan dan masih mencari jika ada pelarian yang terpe­rangkap atau terkorban.

Identiti mangsa masih belum dapat dikenal pasti dan berdasarkan beberapa laporan, antara yang terkorban adalah seorang kanak-kanak.

Menurut Al-Jazeera, suhu di Lebanon turun sejak semalam ketika ribut melanda sempadan Lebanon-Syria menyukarkan kehidupan 357,000 pelarian Syria yang tinggal di kem sementara di Bekaa Valley, iaitu kira-kira 60 kilometer Masnaa.

Wakil Al-Jazeera di Lebanon melaporkan, pelarian Syria berdepan kesukaran sepanjang musim sejuk.

“Mereka tinggal di khemah yang diperbuat daripada plastik sekali gus menyebabkan mereka tidak mendapat perlindungan secukupnya daripada cuaca sejuk dan hujan,” katanya.

Pelarian Syria yang mahu memasuki Lebanon perlu membuktikan kepada pihak berkuasa bahawa mereka mempunyai sebab untuk berada di Lebanon seperti pemilikan hartanah, temu janji di kedutaan atau permit kediaman.

Bagaimanapun kebanyakan rakyat Syria adalah mereka yang melarikan diri daripada perang dan bakal berdepan dengan kemungkinan ditangkap oleh pihak berkuasa

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RescueSyria – Bayangkan yang menjerit itu adalah isteri & ibu kita tatkala melihat rumah hancur musnah dibom


Bayangkan yang menjerit itu adalah isteri & ibu kita tatkala melihat rumah hancur musnah dibom. Separuh gila menangis mencari anak-anak kesayangan yang ditimbus dalam runtuhan maut. 
Inilah suasana hiba perit dan getir yang dilalui saudara kita di Syria saban hari

TEAM RESCUE SYRIA AKAN MASUK SYRIA
sekali lagi pada januari ini untuk menghantar bantuan kecemasan musim sejuk syria yang dijangkakan sekarang sudah memasuki parah 3C dan boleh turun sehingga – 15C. Terima kasih kepada semua penderma yang telah menjayakan misi yang lalu. Biarpun kita xdapat selesai masal

ah, tapi kita menjadi sebahagian daripada yang membantu.
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