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May 19, 2017

New photos show atrocities at Syrian military prison

Filed under: News — Scottie @ 22:34

This is an important read even though the information is hard to deal with. The deep inhumanity of our species to members of our own is numbing and heart breaking. I do not know how that bastard with the death grip on Syria can be stopped now that Russia is protecting and fighting for him, but somehow we must try. tRump will tow the Russian line on this so that makes stopping these horrors even harder. Hugs

Humanity is Action

This week, the U.S. State Department released photos showing what they say is a crematorium used to burn the bodies of people hanged in Syria. The State Department says as many as 50 detainees are being hanged each day at Saydnaya Military Prison, and that the crematorium is being used to hide evidence of the killings.

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In February, Amnesty exposed the Syrian government’s monstrous campaign to crush dissent by executing between 6,000 and 13,000 civilians in secret at Saydnaya prison.

The names of the Syrian prisoners were called out in the middle of the night.

Most of them were civilians who were convicted after “trials” that lasted one to three minutes. They were moved to a cell in the basement of the prison where they were beaten. They were then taken to another building where they were executed.

Blindfolded, they did not know how or when they would die until the…

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