Skip to comments.Death toll in three-year Syria conflict crosses 170,000
Posted on 07/10/2014 10:45:56 PM PDT by MinorityRepublican
The death toll in Syrias three-year war has eclipsed 170,000 people, one-third of them civilians, a monitoring group said in a new toll released on Thursday.
Ever since the first casualty of the Syrian revolution was registered on March 18, 2011 in Daraa province, the deaths of 171,509 people have been documented, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Among the dead were 56,495 civilians, including 9,092 children, according to the toll, which included casualties documented up to July 8 this year.
Another 65,803 were regime troops and pro-regime militiamen, while 46,301 were rebels seeking President Bashar Al Assads ouster and members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
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It is going to take forever to end Islam at that rate
Ho hum. Isn’t it amazing how many scandals have slipped off the radar because of the next scandal unfolding? There have been more atrocities forgotten with this president than most other administrations have had to deal with.
Let’s see. Let’s take the Wayback Machine to a point in time when somebody of note said something about a “red line.” This person of note was talking about Syria, wasn’t he?
The under-reported systematic murders by the Assad dynasty are okay, sez the media. Thanks MinorityRepublican.