Revolutionary Command Council in Damascus Suburb / Daily Report
Friday, June 15, 2012
Nine victims were reported in Damascus Suburb today including a child and a handicapped. Victims were killed during snipers shooting and random shelling. An unidentified victim, fourteen years old child, was also killed by sniper’s gunshot near a gas station on Harasta-Douma Highway. In addition, dozens of injuries were reported, including women and children, some of them are in critical condition and without any medical attention due to the ongoing shelling. Several funerals were also mobilized, however regime militias forced families to bury their loved ones in the security forces presence to prevent mourners from attending funerals.
Regime snipers stationed on high buildings, roadblocks, security checkpoints and around the mosques to terrorize civilians and prevent them from demonstrating after Friday’s prayer. Regime militias opened fire on demonstrators and mourners, carried vicious assaults, launched detention raid on homes and farms and detained dozens of peaceful civilians.
Regime military rained mortar shells on heavily populated districts, hospitals and farms, launched heavy gunfire attacks on buildings and businesses and set homes and vehicles on fire. Subsequently, several explosions rocked the targeted areas, which spread a state of panic among residents and many families fled their homes in search for safe refuge.
Despite the regime ferocious practices, sixty-two demonstrations in twenty-eight cities and towns were reported today in the suburban area.
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