Assad’s forces take revenge on civilians in Aleppo, exterminating more than 80

Assad’s forces and allied sectarian militias have committed outspoken massacres against civilians in the neighborhoods of Aleppo, which they captured recently, including Al-Killasah, Al Salhiyin, Bostan Al Qasr, Sheikh Said and Al Firdaws. They have killed more than 80 civilians; most of them were executed by firing squads. After they captured the Firdaws neighbourhood, Assad’s forces burnt alive 9 children and 4 women and liquidated more than 20 civilians. They also burnt alive 5 civilians near the main checkpoint in the Bostan Al Qasr and murdered 8 members from the Sinda family who refused to leave their homes in that neighborhood.

60 persons, including armed men and civilians, were executed by firing squads in the Bostan Al Qasr, Killasah and Al Firdaws neighborhoods. Russian soldiers and officers attended the execution.

The total number of the executed has reached 80 people. There are now concerns over the remaining 70000 civilians in Aleppo because they might also face the same atrocity at the hands of Assad’s forces and the sectarian militias.

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