Syrian army squads were getting ready to enter the city Maaret al-Numan, in the North of the country to crush the antigovernment protest. Many residents fled while the regime of Bashar al Assad looked for a way to control the horror show of thousands of refugees that crossed the Turkey border.
The family dynasty faces the greatest threat in all his 40 years of government. President Bashar al Assad, deployed military officials to close strategic areas in the North and East of the country.
Around 8,000 Syrians have looked for shelter within the refugee camps in Turkey. The government blames the instability to foreign conspiracies and justifies the use of tanks and military troops to get rid of “armed terrorists.”
According to the UN reports, the Syrian security forces performed executions, massive arrests and torture to end the protests on favor of democracy. The freedom uprising was inspired by the successful revolts of Tunisia and Egypt. (AV)