Arrested by regime forces in Kafranbel, Idleb, this man is asked "Do you want freedom!" and "Who is your God? ... Who is your God? ... It's Bashr Al Assad!"
Not even 10 years old, Mustapha Jarkass was arrested by regime forces in June 2012 in Dier El Zor are returned to his parents looking like this.
Regime forces interrogate a young man as he dies in a hospital. They humiliate him, beat him and deny him treatment as they demand to know his name.
Regime forces beat a group of men, boys and a woman on a bus as they transport them to a prison/torture chamber.
Regime forces simply detain a man at a checkpoint in Dier El Zor in December 2012, take him to an emtpy stairwell and then execute him.
The horrific aftermath of an attack by regime forces on the suburb of Zamalka, Damascus in July 2012.
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.