Obama hopes seem to be able to do with reconnaissance images and intercepts pressure on Assad. In Damascus, is a huge anti-Assad rally have been shot down.
Syrian security forces fired live ammunition, according to activists and tear gas on a huge funeral procession in the capital Damascus. At least one person was allegedly killed.
According to eyewitnesses, on Saturday, 15,000 people took part in the procession in the district matzo. It would be the biggest anti-government demonstration in Damascus since the protests began eleven months ago. Other sources estimate the number of participants did on 30000.
The funeral was held for three people who were killed yesterday after protests in the neighborhood of matzo Syrian security forces. The procession turned into protests against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad to.
The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and witnesses said was at least one person killed when the soldiers wanted to resolve the protest with shots. The activist network Local Coordination Committees reported two deaths. The data could not be verified. Several people said to have been injured or have difficulty breathing because of the tear gas.
U.S. drones at an observation post
“It was a huge funeral, which degenerated into a protest,” said the activist. “There was no fear among the participants.” On the internet by activists and recorded videos provided a mass of people was to see the “Allahu Akbar”, and exclaimed, “One, one, one, the Syrian people is One.”
The Centre in London on Saturday was also, according to a person in the protest stronghold Homs killed in sniper fire, another was shot in the north of the country, where Assad’s security forces conducted raids.
The attacks of the Syrian army on the civilian population are clearly observed by unmanned U.S. aircraft. President Barack Obama hope to be able to move with the pictures of the drones and intercepts of military government and the West to further pressure on Damascus, told the U.S. broadcaster NBC News. (ami / sda