Sunday, 4 August 2013

Navi Pillay said anyone who breaks international laws on treatment of prisoners will face punishment

Syrian rebels face UN investigation
over Aleppo footage
When the Guardian's only story of the weekend on Syria is the one above, I think, fair enough, there should be prosecutions for war crimes, but remember which side is committing them daily as a matter of policy and delight.

"THE UNITED NATIONS WILL NOT INVESTIGATE HER DEATH. NO PERSON WILL BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE FOR HER DEATH. Daraa (Nawa): Aug 3, 2013 - Ghazal Alaa Al Rifai was killed when Assad’s forces shelled her home. There will be no investigation. There will be nothing more to mark her death than this video. Her perpetrators were celebrated by the Assad regime two days ago on “Armed Forces Day".
This is the fate of Syria’s children."

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