In Syria, on 9th September 2012, series of bomb exploded and killed dozen of government’s security forces in northern city of Aleppo. Several residents and opposition campaigners confirmed, bomb targeted makeshift barracks and police headquarters, situated in two adjacent districts in center of city. According to the news reports, in the blast nearby the hospital and school in Municipal Stadium killed 17 people and 40 get injured. Residents confirmed, facilities were used to house soldiers fighting an 18-month uprising against against Assad.
Casualty Figure Reaches Over 100 In Syria
According to activist Ahmad Saeed, the military had taken over the neighborhood and emptied it from inhabitants. Hospital was changed into army barracks. A women confirmed living nearby the area, the casualty figures reaches over 100. The Noble Aleppo brigade of the Free Army of Syria said, it carried out municipal stadium district attack, killed and wound 100 troops of government. The bombs were planted inside the building. Earlier this, warplane in Syria bombed the residential area after rebel overran army barracks there due to this dozen get killed and wounded.
Attacks in Aleppo, Syria
The revolt has polarized global powers, preventing effective international intervention and is changing intensifying sectarian with risk of spillover into adjacent Arab states with similar communal divisions. Insurgents advances forced President of Syria to distribute warplanes, major armored forces and thousand of troops to forbid the fall of Aleppo. It would free up supply lines to the interior of Syria from Turkey where defiant have sheltered.
Following the revolt, the diplomat confirmed, the government forces have been bombarding population centers to try to turn residents against the rebel dug in there. On 9th September 2012, the airy bombardment destroyed the residential complex in Hananu neighborhood. Many are under the control of rebel in eastern Aleppo. The toll of death reached to five, including one women and bodies. Wounded people were dug out from the debris.
In several cities of Syria violence continues as the UN observers have left their positions across Syria in order to leave the country after the expiry of their mandate. Competent authorities clashed Monday with armed group in Jbaili district of the eastern Deir al-Zour province, and a number of gunmen were killed in the conflict.
Clashed were observed in Syria
Troops destroyed several roadblocks erected by the armed insurgents along the road connecting the city of Aleppo with its suburbs. Clashed were also observed with militants at al-Hatab square in Aleppo, Syria, which killed many of the armed men. In Aleppo, the troops are proceeding with purging the al-Dawla district of armed insurgents and have inflicted a heavy toll on them.
Near a shopping mall, in the central al-Salamieh town, a booby-trapped minibus was detonated by a remote control, which caused damage to nearby buildings and injuring a number of civilians. The Britain-based Observatory for Human Rights of Syria reported clashes in a number of suburbs around Damascus, a rebel fighter was killed by an ambush set up in the resort town of al-Zabadani. It also reported the discovery of two civilian corpses in the sprawling Douma suburb.
Violence continues in Syria
In the bombardment on the Mu’ adamiet al-Sham suburb, government forces kill nine civilians and three rebel fighters and several others have been wounded and buildings destroyed. Moreover, a hospital in the area has been hit by several rockets. In Daraa, the bodies of two civilians were found in the city of al-Hirak, and the observatory said they were summarily executed. Clashes in the area between Mu’adamiet al- Sham and Darayya suburbs led to the destruction of several heavy military vehicles, adding that no less than five soldiers were killed. In Souq al-Tahrib area of Damascus, Syria ten unidentified bodies were found which was rocked by two explosions Monday morning, with no casualties reported.
After the resignation of Secretary-General Kofi Annan, Former Algerian foreign minister and longtime UN diplomat Lakhdar Brahimi, known as a strong-willed, independent broker, has agreed to convey peace envoy to Syria.
Brahimi Will Replace Annan In Syria
According to Eduardo del Buey, deputy spokesman for Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said that for Afghanistan and Iraq, Brahimi, served as a UN envoy and formally accepted the post and will resume efforts to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Syria.
According to general associates del Buey, the violence in Syria must come to end and he appreciate Mr. Brahimi’s willingness to bring his considerable talents and experience to this crucial task for which he will need, and rightly expects, the strong, clear and unified support of the international community, including the Security Council.
Brahimi the diplomat for Syria
Earlier this month, Annan announced that he would resign on Aug. 31 as joint UN-Arab League envoy to Syria, after failing to broker a cease-fire as the country descended into civil war. The UN says at least 18,000 people have been killed since March 2011. Brahimi will travel to New York and then Cairo and will try every effort to resolve the crisis problem in Syria.
Brahimi confirmed that to resolve violence in Syria, is very crucial and difficult mission. According to the United Sates they are ready to support and secure a lasting peace that will upraise the condition of Syria. Clinton confirmed that to the people of Syria that they are not alone and the international community will show their fully committed to a Syrian-led political transition leading to a pluralistic political system that will represent the intent of people.
On a delegation with the group in 2010, Brahimi issued a statement through the Elders on Syria. He said that people of Syria must unite as a nation and develop a new formula for resolving violence in Syria.
As the world body ended its doomed monitoring mission to Damascus and deadlock persists among world powers over how to contain the spreading conflict, UN peacekeeping chief said that the government of Syria and rebels have selected the option of war.
Syria In a Position Of War
After the resignation of UN secretary general Kofi Annan, military observers have no peace on the ground to monitor and the last of the few dozen remaining team members would quit Damascus, Syria by August 24. Deputy U.N. peacekeeping chief Edmond Mulet confirmed that both the sides are in a position of war and there is now no space for political dialogue and cessation of hostilities and mediation over crisis on Syria.
Fighting in Syria becomes violent around the biggest city Aleppo, and situations like sectarian kidnappings have spread the conflict in Syria into fragile neighboring Lebanon, Western powers and Russia remain resolutely at odds in the Security Council over the fate of President Bashar al-Assad.
Foreign Minster Of Syria Scoffed At Rebel Hopes
Rebels launched violent attacks like bombing etc in Syria, which killed key Assad lieutenants in Damascus. But a Lebanese politician having close ties with Assad administration said that he doubted Maher had been badly wounded. Foreign minster of Syria scoffed at rebel hopes. Moscow believed that a transitional peace must be taken in which Assad may play a role and give a correct answer to US, which believe that the president of Syria must step down immediately.
According to diplomats in Russia, Washington had shown a lack of commitment to Annan’s tattered April peace plan for Syria by its insistence that the monitoring mission, UNSMIS, should be wound up when its mandate expired. For resolving the problems in Syria, different diplomats from major powers will meet in New York and try to find out the new solution. Afghanistan has agreed to take over as peace broker on Syria but with an altered mandate.
In central Damascus, Syria a bomb was exploded near several military buildings and a hotel housing UN observers. Due to the bomb attacks three people were injured and a pillar of black smoke was spread into the sky in capital of Syria.
Three People Were Injured In Syria
No UN staff were hurt in the blast, which occurred exactly four weeks after a bomb killed four of Dictator Bashar al-Assad’s top security officials, including his brother-in-law.
18,000 people have been killed till now in Syria
Faisal Mekdad, deputy foreign minster of Syria confirmed that the bomb attacks prove a criminal and barbaric nature of those who carry out of these attacks and their backers in Syria.
At 8:30am bomb was detonated in a car park behind a hotel in central Damascus, Syria. Valerie Amos, UN emergency relief coordinator was meeting with EU officials in Damascus, when the bomb exploded to seek more access for aid deliveries.
The explosion occurred close to the hotel and it’s target was undefined. This area is home to the army officers club of Syria and a building belonging to the ruling Baath Party. It is also not far from the army command. Soon after the attacks were exploded in Syria, groups responsible for these attacks claim themselves as the Descendants of the Prophet Brigade and the al-Habib al-Mustafa Brigade and they were jointly responsible for the bombing, which they said had killed 50 soldiers. Competing rebel groups often claim attacks and it is usually unclear who was behind them.
In Syria 18,000 people have been killed till now due to violence. Dispute between world powers have nullified diplomatic peace efforts and effectively paralyzed the UN Security Council on Syria. Muslim heads of state were expected to suspend Syria from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation. United Nations human rights investigator said that the Government of Syria and coalition Shabbiha militia have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity, including murder and torture.
According to U.S. Officials, Al-Qaida isolate pockets of activity in Syria and is ready to build a network of well organized cells. U.S. is now under fear about the terrorists that could be on the verge of establishing an Iraq-like foothold and will be hard to defeat if rebels eventually oust President Bashar Assad.
Hundreds Of Al-Qaida Militants are Growing in Arab Country
U.S. former intelligence confirmed that in Syria, hundreds of Al-Qaida militants are operating and their ranks are growing as foreign fighters stream into the Arab country on daily basis. The links of the militants are spreading city to city and with the veterans of the Iraq insurgency employing their expertise in bomb-building to carry out more than two dozen attacks so far.
New Sanctions On Assad Regime By U.S. although Al-Qaida is there
On Friday, rebel commanders in Syria requested a fresh and better weapons from abroad as they complain that Assad’s forces have been badly outgunned from the air and on the ground. In fact, rebel leaders say that with so little aid coming to them from the U.S. and other nations, they are slowly losing the battle for influence against hardline militants. They say their fighters are sometimes siding with extremists who are better funded and armed so they can fight the far stronger Syrian army.
U.S. officials fear that opposition of Assad will reshape the protest movement for reform composed of largely moderate or secular Syrians. The opposition expanded into a civil war pitting Assad’s four-decade dictatorship against a movement promising a new, democratic future for the country. U.S. officials reject to provide any lethal assistance to the conflict that has killed at least 19,000 people over the past 17 months. The U.S. sets a symbolic sanctions on Syria’s state-run oil company and Iranian-backed Hezbollah. It accused Iran and the Lebanese Shiite militant group of helping prop up Assad.