The atrocious civil war is continue in the Syria where the president and his army brutally killing his own people. Nearly 200 hundred people killed on last Wednesday accompanied by the three of the regime’s leaders lay dead including the deputy defense minister, Assef Shawkat which was the main target since long, the defense minister, Dawoud Rajha, and the military committee leader, Hassan Turkmani. They were killed in the most ruthlessly efficient police state of Syria.
According to the head of main exiled opposition group the Syrian regime is in its last days. The situation become more vague after the veto of resolution by Russia and China at the UN to impose suctions against Syrian Bashar al-Assad, which could leads towards the catastrophic penalty.
The Syrian nation wants to get rid of their president Bashar al-Assad and Russia is providing heavy weapons to the Syrian regime as well as giving political cover to Syrian regime via Security Council.
The agitations in Syria arise from 15 March 2011 with the public demonstrations and converted in to strongest protests and subsequent civil war. The Syrian people want the resignation of the Bashar al-Assad. As a result the brutal leader asked the army to kill the civilians openly. Those army officers who deny obeying the orders are executed and as a result they made small frightening units with the civilians under the name of Free Syrian Army. Their success rate is continuously increasing while the government declared them the terrorist groups. According to the UN more the 25 thousand people have been killed and many injured.
The Syrian army conquering his own land from his own people. There is no difference between the women, children and old. The government even disconnected the electricity and food supply to many major cities. The UN trying to impose suctions on Bashar al-Assad and his government but China and Russia veto the resolution. There are many Muslim brothers who are dying there and many others are migrating to near countries like Iraq and Jordan whose internal situation also not stable.
It’s the need of time that all Muslim leaders think about Syrian people and should sit and resolve the issue. The UN should take some bold steps to help the Syrian people.
Samad Aslam Khan
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