U.N. observers in Syria on Saturday visited the Sunni village of Tremseh, where over 300 people, including dozens of civilians and rebel fighters, were massacred this week.
A spokeswoman for the U.N. mission in Syria, Sausan Ghosheh, said that a group of observers had entered Tremseh to investigate reports of a civilian massacre by regime forces and pro-regime militia "Shabiha."
"They entered Tremseh. The convoy is around 11 vehicles in total," AFP news agency quoted the spokeswoman as saying.
Meanwhile, four Palestinian refugees were killed and several others were injured after Syrian security forces opened fire at demonstrators in Al-Yarmouk refugee camp.
Hundreds of Palestinians in Al-Yarmouk refugee camp had taken to the streets to protest the killing of 17 militants in the Palestinian Liberation Army in Syria earlier in the week.
At the demonstration, Syrian forces opened fire on protesters, killing at least four, whom witnesses say suffered gunshot wounds to the upper body.
On Wednesday, Palestinian sources in Syria revealed that the 17 militants were killed after being abducted by the Syrian forces, while coming back from a military training site.
Palestinians in Syria told Human Rights Watch in June that Syrian security forces are detaining hundreds of people, including Palestinians, in the al-Yarmouk camp.
According to sources from the Syrian opposition, 78 Palestinian civilians were killed by the Syrian regime forces since March 2011.
Based on the above, I don't know the reason behind U.N. mission's visit to the crime site in Tremseh. We previously knew very well that they have never offered any support to Syrians, even in the presence of evidences such as air service rockets. Therefore, I expect the Syrian regime to stay for a long period ruling Syria, not because it is supported by Russia and China, but because no one will pay for the bill for Assad's regime fall, same as what happened in Libya. NATO interfered in Libya, as they knew in advance there is petrol that will settle the bill of Libyan's regime fall.
Furthermore, as for the presence of Palestinians in Syria, they are considered as guests but the Syrian government has allowed them, since 1948, to be military trained; this was to prepare them for a war so as to free Palestine. Unfortunately, after a while it was clear that the Syrian regime is using those Palestinians as kind of pressure on the Palestinian Authority which agreed upon peace with Israel. Some Palestinians were fully aware that the Syrian regime is not considering freeing the land occupied by Israel since 1967 (the Golan Heights), they only want to let the Alawite sect, which Al Assad belongs to, rule Syria forever.