"Soldiers deserters gave us names, ranks and positions of those who gave the orders to shoot and kill," said the NGO.
Human Rights Watch issued a report in which more than sixty military deserters the Syrian regime of Bashar al Assad identified 74 commanders of the Army Syria as "responsible for attacks on unarmed protesters," including beatings, torture, summary executions and denial of care care for the wounded. "deserters gave us names, ranks and positions of those who gave the orders to shoot and kill," he said in a statement the deputy director of the NGO Emergency, Anna Neistat, who added that the report splashed " the most senior Syrian government. " "These are crimes against humanity and should be punished," said communications director for the Middle East and North Africa of the NGO, Omar al Isawi the agency Efe, calling also that the situation in Syria as "too serious and unacceptable." Human Rights Watch said that the Syrian military and civilian leaders are aware of the violations committed by security forces against demonstrators, but the fact that the authorities refuse represents a "failure to any meaningful action to stop these abuses." One of the dissidents interviewed Amjad, said that his brigade commander ordered the troops in the province of Deraa (south) fire on the demonstrators, saying, "No one will ask explanations, use as many bullets as you like. " Among the witnesses is stated that some soldiers who refused to comply with the instructions of his superiors and fire on the demonstrators were also killed. The Human Rights Watch called on the UN a few days reported that so far, more than 5,000 people have died because of the Syrian regime’s repression.
At least 27 members of the army and security forces loyal to the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad died on Thursday in clashes with groups of soldiers deserting in the southern province of Deraa. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a statement that the fighting developed around military checkpoints and a police compound, and did not specify whether there were casualties in the ranks of dropouts.