Shabiha Syrian militiamen appearance group is indeed shrunken guts. The big, burly arms, beards and look like a monster. Who are they?
The killers are, reported by a Western media, is the key that makes the Syrian President Bashar Al Assad still in power. Who is not afraid to look at their physical appearance. Moreover, the task is to spread terror.
Shabiha allegedly responsible for the massacre of citizens, including women and children. AK-47 armed with guns and machetes, tattooed of face President Assad on their arms, they are cleaner men of Assad regime. The members of the uniformed Shabiha army pants and a black shirt, paid almost $ 200 daily. they operate, spread to cities that have previously been bombarded military.
“Their mission was to terrorize civilians and ethnic cleansing,” says the confidential source who was interviewed. According to the sources, one result was a massacre Shabiha job two weeks ago.
A total of 108 civilians, including 49 children, were killed two weeks ago in the City of Houla due to the action group is Alawite Muslim fanatic.
They also allegedly responsible for killing 12 workers and 78 village residents Qusayr Qubair. Dr. Mousab Azzawi who ran the Syrian Network for Human Rights from the London and take care of some members of the Shabiha in Latakia, was one that revealed the existence of the group.
“They’re like a monster. Muscle and a big belly and a beard. They are using steroids to to make like it. But from the few of them that I talked to, they like children. low intelligence, “he said.
For Dr. Azzawi, that’s scary. The combination of strength and full obedience the regime. Shabiha photographs came after British Foreign Secretary William Hague said it is likely the UK will send troops.
“Especially if the country’s civil war such as Bosnia. England must improve the support for the opposition, if the UN ceasefire plan to fail, “Hague said that Syria has been very alarming state.
NGOs reported that the military regime of Assad has also continued intense fighting rebels and opposition fighters. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the military regime began to attack the helicopter. “They’re using helicopters because of the lost ground forces.
Dozens of vehicles were destroyed or damaged since last May, “said Rami Abdul Rahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. In contrast, Syria’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Jihad Makdissi said the rebels also have begun using sophisticated antitank missiles. Upload a video activist military tanks and cars damaged.
While the UN agencies that take care of children, UNICEF, said Syria’s 13 thousand people died from violence. “How many more children to be killed?” Said UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake.