Sunday, November 13, 2011

Syrian Forces Kill Another FOUR PEOPLE At Assad Rally - 13th Nov 2011

Security forces in Syria have shot dead four people who shouted slogans against the country's leader during a pro-government rally, activists have said.

The gathering was organised by the authorities in Hama on Sunday following an Arab League decision to suspend Syria over its violence against protesters in recent months.

Groups reportedly broke away and started shouting: "The people want the fall of the regime."

Witnesses said they were followed by security forces and four were killed.

Earlier, supporters of President Bashar al Assad broke into the Saudi Arabian and Qatari embassies in Damascus to express their anger over the decision by other Arab League members.

French and Turkish consulates in the city of Latakia were also attacked. The violent scenes have prompted Turkey to evacuate the families of its diplomatic staff.

And Syria has now called for an urgent Arab summit to discuss the deepening political unrest in the country. Read More