Monday, July 18, 2011

Deadly clashes between supporters and opponents of the Syrian regime

Clashes between supporters and opponents of the regime in Homs, in the center of the country killed at least thirty dead over the past twenty-four hours without the police involved, said Sunday, July 17 the head of Observatory Syrian Human Rights, Rami Abdel Rahman. "More than thirty civilians were killed during the last twenty-four hours in Homs in clashes between opponents and regime supporters, Saturday night," said Rahman.

"These clashes are a dangerous change that affects the Syrian revolution and serve the interests of his enemies who want to turn it into civil war," he said. "When the clashes began, both sides were beating with sticks and, later, we moved on to fighting with guns," he said. "Many" of those killed were killed by snipers, he said.

The clashes began in the district Hadar, then spread to several other districts of Homs, without the police intervene, said Rahman. The clashes began Saturday night following the assassination in Homs to three supporters of the regime kidnapped last week by unknown and whose dismembered bodies were received by their families Saturday.

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