Announcing the martyrdom of Hassan Sadeq – the leader of the brigade of Sa’d Ibn Muath which is part of Liwa Amjaad AlKhilafah – and a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir who has been among the thousands of prisoners in Saydanay prison where he was tortured severely.
He was martyred in heavy battle that took place in Aleppo.
May Allah accept him among the shuhadaa.
Tour in al-Saman outpost in Hama outskirts after being captured by Mujahideen by martyrdom attack carried out by JN
Senior AQ Mujahid and Jabhat al-Nusra official Sanafi al-Nasr has been martyred.
Local Coordination Committees in Syria
The number of martyrs in Syria today has risen to 57 thus far including 5 children, 5 women and 7 martyrs under torture: 12 martyrs were reported in Homs; 10 in Damascus and its Suburbs; 9 in Idlib; 9 in Aleppo; 7 in Daraa; 5 in Deir Ezzor; 4 in Hama and 1 martyr in Quneitra
Syrians killed: 34,112
Children killed: 2,502
Females killed: 2,744
Soldiers killed: 2,927
Protestors killed under torture: 1025
Protestors currently incarcerated: +216,000
Syrian refugees since March: +293,870
Refugees in Turkey: +83,870
Refugees in Lebanon: +74,537
Refugees in Jordan: +92,778
Refugees in Iraq: +43,295
Al Arabiya News
Death toll up in Syria; army helicopter crashes after hitting airliner with 200 aboard
Thursday, 20 September 2012
By Al Arabiya with agencies
At least 70 people were killed and dozens wounded when an air strike hit a fuel station in Syria’s northern province of al-Raqqa on Thursday, according to its military council.
Earlier in the day, the Local Coordination Committees had reported that at least 150 people were killed in the incident.
Elsewhere, as many as 173 people have been killed by the syrian forces across the country, activists said.
Meanwhile, Syria’s information ministry said that a Syrian military helicopter that crashed near the capital Damascus earlier on Thursday hit the tail of a passenger plane but the 200 people on board escaped unharmed.
“The helicopter struck the tail of the plane … The control tower at Damascus airport confirmed that the plane landed safely at Damascus airport and all 200 passengers are in good health,” a statement published on the state news channel Suriya said.
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