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    Syrian Forces Kill Six Protesters as Assad Rejects Western Call to Leave


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    Syrian Forces Kill Six Protesters as Assad Rejects Western Call to Leave

    Post  hurricanemaxi on Mon 22 Aug 2011, 9:01 pm

    Syrian security forces killed at least eight protesters since yesterday as thousands took to the streets calling for President Bashar al-Assad to bow to demands, echoed by the U.S. and Europe, to quit office.

    At least two anti-government protesters were shot dead today in Homs, where as many as 5,000 people demonstrated while a United Nations team was there as part of a four-day mission to assess Syria’s humanitarian situation, Mahmoud Merhi, head of the Arab Organization for Human Rights, said by phone. Gunfire was heard in the eastern towns of Deir al-Zour and Bukamal, he said.

    At least six protesters died yesterday in the governorates of Hama, Homs, Aleppo and the southern area of Daraa, where rallies against Assad’s rule began more than five months ago, Merhi and Ammar Qurabi of the National Organization for Human Rights in Syria said. Demonstrators also gathered yesterday in suburbs of the capital, Damascus, where gunfire erupted and the authorities carried out “wide-scale arrests,” Merhi said.

    Assad, in an interview on state television from Damascus yesterday, rejected U.S. and European demands to step down and pledged to schedule parliamentary elections by February and review the constitution. He called the U.S. and European nations “colonialist” nations that want to infringe on Syria’s sovereignty.

    “We don’t permit any country in the world, near or far, to interfere,” Assad said. “Any military action against Syria will have many more implications than they can bear.”
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