Fatima put on a pretty little dress when she woke up that morning. A short while later a shell fired by regime forces decapitated her.
Little Ayat had most of her head blown off by regime forces in Douma, Damascus in September 2012. She is still alive in this video and died a short while later.
Basel Aslan, a young volunteer with the Red Crescent (sister organization to the Red Cross) and medical student in Aleppo is arrested, tortured, burnt then executed by regime forces in June 2012.
Regime forces arrest this man on the street in Homs in February 2013 then beat him to death.
An elderly man has his face and neck repeatedly stabbed with a bayonette as regime soldiers interrogate him and eventually kill him.
An entire family is massacred by regime forces in Tel Shoor, Homs in April 2013. The oldest is 75,, the youngest is 4 years old. Almost all had their throats slit.
Do Something About It!
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You can make a difference today. You don't need money, just your free will to act and contact your local representative and demand that they Do Something About It. This is a chance to stop the continued slaughter of innocent Syrian civilians, and pave the way for a political transition to democracy.