More than 100 people Massacred in one day by the Syrian Troops!

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Syria-21-Dec-2011-(Berberanews)-In one of the deadliest episodes of the 9-month-old uprising against President Bashar Assad’s government, The Syrian troops carrying machine guns killed 111 people after surrounding crowds of civilians and activists trying to flee out of fear on the outskirts of a town located in the north-west province of Idlib.

This bloodshed took place when Syrian president, Assad, agreed to allow a monitoring mission for a peace plan to take effect after the Arab leaders warned President Assad that they would turn to the U.N. Security Council to try to end the crackdown.

The peace plan required Syrian regime to halt its crackdown, open talks with the opposition, withdraw military forces from city streets and allow in human rights workers and journalists.

The Syrian opposition has called for emergency meetings of the UN Security Council and the Arab League to discuss the intensifying violence in the north-west of the country and demanded international action to protect civilians.

UN rights chief Navi Pillay says more than 5,000 have died in the nine-month-long Syrian conflict. But Syria’s UN ambassador said Pillay’s information was based entirely on the testimonies of defectors and was therefore unreliable.

The Syrian government, one of the most authoritarian regimes in the Middle East claims armed gangs and terrorists are behind the uprising, not protesters seeking more freedoms.

Syria-21-Dec-2011-(Berberanews)-In one of the deadliest episodes of the 9-month-old uprising against President Bashar Assad’s government, The Syrian troops carrying machine guns killed 111 people after surrounding crowds of civilians and activists trying to flee out of fear on the outskirts of a town located in the north-west province of Idlib.

This bloodshed took place when Syrian president, Assad, agreed to allow a monitoring mission for a peace plan to take effect after the Arab leaders warned President Assad that they would turn to the U.N. Security Council to try to end the crackdown.

The peace plan required Syrian regime to halt its crackdown, open talks with the opposition, withdraw military forces from city streets and allow in human rights workers and journalists.

The Syrian opposition has called for emergency meetings of the UN Security Council and the Arab League to discuss the intensifying violence in the north-west of the country and demanded international action to protect civilians.

UN rights chief Navi Pillay says more than 5,000 have died in the nine-month-long Syrian conflict. But Syria’s UN ambassador said Pillay’s information was based entirely on the testimonies of defectors and was therefore unreliable.

The Syrian government, one of the most authoritarian regimes in the Middle East claims armed gangs and terrorists are behind the uprising, not protesters seeking more freedoms.