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humanrightswatch:


Syria: Armed Groups Send Children into Battle
Non-state armed groups in Syria have used children as young as 15 to fight in battles, sometimes recruiting them under the guise of offering education. The groups have used children as young as 14 in support roles. Extremist Islamist groups including the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) have specifically recruited children through free schooling campaigns that include weapons training, and have given them dangerous tasks, including suicide bombing missions.The children Human Rights Watch interviewed had fought in battles, acted as snipers, manned checkpoints, spied on hostile forces, treated the wounded on battlefields, and ferried ammunition and other supplies to front lines while fighting raged. They said they joined non-state armed groups for various reasons. Many followed their relatives or friends, while others lived in battle zones without schooling or other options. Some had participated in public protests that motivated them to do more, or had personally suffered at the hands of the government. While all those interviewed were boys, the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) police force and armed wing, the People’s Protection Units, enlisted girls to guard checkpoints and conduct armed patrols in Kurdish-controlled areas.
Photo: A 14-year-old fighter in a Free Syrian Army brigade takes position inside a house in Deir al-Zor, a city in eastern Syria, in July 2013. © 2013 REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi

humanrightswatch:

Syria: Armed Groups Send Children into Battle

Non-state armed groups in Syria have used children as young as 15 to fight in battles, sometimes recruiting them under the guise of offering education. The groups have used children as young as 14 in support roles. Extremist Islamist groups including the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) have specifically recruited children through free schooling campaigns that include weapons training, and have given them dangerous tasks, including suicide bombing missions.

The children Human Rights Watch interviewed had fought in battles, acted as snipers, manned checkpoints, spied on hostile forces, treated the wounded on battlefields, and ferried ammunition and other supplies to front lines while fighting raged. They said they joined non-state armed groups for various reasons. Many followed their relatives or friends, while others lived in battle zones without schooling or other options. Some had participated in public protests that motivated them to do more, or had personally suffered at the hands of the government. While all those interviewed were boys, the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) police force and armed wing, the People’s Protection Units, enlisted girls to guard checkpoints and conduct armed patrols in Kurdish-controlled areas.

Photo: A 14-year-old fighter in a Free Syrian Army brigade takes position inside a house in Deir al-Zor, a city in eastern Syria, in July 2013. © 2013 REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi

  • 2nd June
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news-from-syria:

A store in Antakia,Turkey publicly selling military equipment and weapons. As you can see in the first picture it is also printing the names of احرار الشام which is an affiliate of Al Qaeda terrorists fighting in Syria and now trying take control of the Armenian village Kesab in Syria.

We know Erdogan’s regime turned Turkey to one of the biggest supporters of terrorist groups in Syria. But selling them weapons and clothes publicly in the streets of Turkey and aiding them with "Turkish" artillery shelling on peaceful Syrian neighborhoods had reached beyond disgust.

So where is the UN now? Where is the human rights watch “lying” departments? Or this you don’t see?

  • 28th January
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fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Montreux, Switzerland: “Hundreds of Syrians organized a sit-in in front of the media center for covering the international conference on Syria, “Geneva 2,” to support their own country in confronting the Arab, regional and Western conspiracy to which Syria is exposed to.”
Via In Solidarity With Syria - ISWS

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Montreux, Switzerland: “Hundreds of Syrians organized a sit-in in front of the media center for covering the international conference on Syria, “Geneva 2,” to support their own country in confronting the Arab, regional and Western conspiracy to which Syria is exposed to.”

Via In Solidarity With Syria - ISWS

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