Arab Spring
Saturday March 25, 2017

Turkey Responds to Syrian Artillery Fire, Parliament Nods

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Stop Fundamentalism – Turkey attacked targets inside Syrian boarders in response to an earlier mortar attack by Syrian army inside Turkish borders yesterday, reported CNN.  The Syrian attack left 5 civilians dead in a border village of in Turkey.

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Iran Deeply Involved in Syrian Crackdown on Opposition

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Stop Fundamentalism - Nazal Darwish, a political coordinator for the Syrian opposition told Al-Jazira that Iran provides logistics to the Syrian officials to control communications. He also referred to a considerable number of Iranian Revolutionary Guards members arrested by Syrian opposition forces showing how involved Iran is in Syria.

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Syria – Over 90 Dead Including at least 25 children

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Stop Fundamentalism - Over 90 civilians, including 25 children, have been killed since Friday in bombing by the Syrian army in the Hula area, which is a town in central Syria, said the Syrian Observers of Human Rights Saturday.

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New Prime Minister for Syria

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Stop Fundamentalism – The Syrian President has introduced a new Prime Minister in face of a 15 months dissent and uprising that has cost the lives of over 13,000 Syrians according to activists.  Many of the victims of the violence have been women and children.  A recent raid by government forced on the city of Hula left over one hundred civilians dead of which about 50 were children and at least 30 were women.

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In Presence of UN Monitors, Syrian Forces Open Fire on Civilians

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Stop Fundamentalism – Bashar Assad forces opened fire on unarmed demonstrators during United Nations monitoring team’s visit near Damascus, Wednesday, say dissident sources.  Eight civilians are reported injured.  The Plainclothes security forces opened fire on demonstrators near vehicles carrying the UN observing team.

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