The bodies of more than 100 men and young boys were pulled from the Quaick River in Aleppo city in Jan 2013 after being executed up-river by regime forces.
Here are some of the 1,000+ resiedents of Daraya, Damascus who were massacred by regime militias over a 3 day period in August 2012.
A father in Talbiseh, Homs prays over the body of his son. Most of his head is gone but he's still alive. He died a few minutes later from the regime shell strike in February 2012.
A little boy is shot in the head by regime forces in Al Bayada, Homs in October 2011. He's still alive in this video.
Mohamed was also shot by regime snipers. Here he is in Deir El Zor in April 2012. His brain was literally blown out yet he is still alive, although not for long.
Little Ola was shot through the eye by an regime sniper in August 2011 in Lattakia. She's not dead in this video, she died a few minutes later.
There are thousands of more outrages that have been committed and new ones that occur daily. However, we think our point has been made. It's time to act.
Do Something About It!
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. This is a chance to not only punish Assad for using chemical weapons, but also to prevent the continued slaughter of innocent Syrian civilians, and pave the way for a political transition to democracy.
out·rage (outrj) n.: A deplorable insult. Resentful anger aroused by a violent or offensive act.