Syria Rebel Leader to Assad Generals - "Defect Now! Your Dictator is Finished" 2-2-12 Homs
Syria Rebel Leader Captain Yousef Hammoud in Homs City Sends a Message to the Assad Military Officer Corps - "Defect Now as your Dictator Assad is Finished" The Free Syria Army has successfully fended off numerous Assad Army attacks on the liberated zones of Homs City in the last few days and has killed numerous of Assad's men and captured and/or destroyed many of the Dictator's Tanks and BMP and Artillery position. This rebel leader also calls on the Assad soldiers manning the army checkpoints to Desert and "to go home" Syria Today 2-2-2012 Posted by abeer on February 2nd, 2012 The Local Coordination Committees in Syria Three people have been martyred thus far by the regime's security forces and army: two in the Damascus Suburbs (Douma and Saqba) and one in Homs. Damascus Suburbs: Qalamoun: The regime's army is shelling the village of Talfita, in Qalamoun, using heavy artillery. Qalamoun: The village of Talfina is still under heavy artillery bombardment, and has been completely sealed off by the regime's forces. Local residents have fled due to the atrocious living conditions; the lack of food, water, and medicine; and the continuous electricity and communications blackouts. Zamalka: Security forces and thugs (Shabeha) are raiding the field hospital in the city and taking all the medical tools and supplies in it. Also, they confiscated several tourist cars and shuttles from the residents amid an extensive detention campaign since the early morning. Tanks and heavy <b>...</b>
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