|Date: 07/05/2012 Time: 12:53:00 AM
Twenty Syrians were killed by regime forces' fire
on Sunday, including one child, one women, and one defected soldier in Homs,
Swaida, Aleppo, Daraa, Damascus, and outskirts of Damascus, while a mass
graveyard that had eight dead Syrians was discovered in Idleb.
The Syrian opposition Local Coordination Committees (LCC) said in a
statement that a crowded night demonstration took place in the outskirts of
Damascus, in which demonstrators cheered in favor of freedom despite being
shot at by regime's snipers to intimidate them. Later on, military
strengthening arrived to Al-Zabadani amid heavy gunfire.
LCC noted that regime forces in Al-Maza district in Damascus executed a
young man and kidnapped his body, in presence of his mother, from his house in
Al-Mustafa district, adding that another man was injured at Al-Yarmouk Camp
due to gunfire by an unknown vehicle, which arrested him afterwards.
In Ariha, Idleb, the committees explained that many people were injured due
to resuming of random gunfire in the city, adding that one young man was
killed and others were injured, some are critical, due to a shell that
targeted Kafr Sajna in Idleb.
In Oram Al-Jawz, Idleb, a mass graveyard was discovered in which contained
completely decayed corpses that were difficult to be photographed due to heavy
deployment of security forces in the area.