Al Jazeera: Over 100 killed, 150 missing in Daraa

Al-Jazeera television reported on Friday that more than 100 corpses were seen on the streets of Daraa.

“In Daraa, more than 100 bodies have been seen on the roads and more than 150 people are missing,” an eyewitness told the TV station.

“Electricity is still cut and there is lack of water supplies and baby milk,” he added.

The eyewitness called on humanitarian organizations to save the people of Daraa.

“People from the villages around Daraa came to support the city but they were shot at by security forces.”

  • C S

    Makeshift morgues in Daraa hold 83 corpses: activist
    April 29, 2011 07:16 PM (Last updated: April 29, 2011 07:20 PM) Reuters
    Makeshift morgues in Syria’s Daraa city hold 83 corpses, including women and children, killed in army attack, says a rights activist.

  • C S

    Makeshift morgues in Daraa hold 83 corpses: activist
    April 29, 2011 07:16 PM (Last updated: April 29, 2011 07:20 PM) Reuters
    Makeshift morgues in Syria’s Daraa city hold 83 corpses, including women and children, killed in army attack, says a rights activist.

  • C S

    Makeshift morgues in Daraa hold 83 corpses: activist
    April 29, 2011 07:16 PM (Last updated: April 29, 2011 07:20 PM) Reuters
    Makeshift morgues in Syria’s Daraa city hold 83 corpses, including women and children, killed in army attack, says a rights activist.

  • Hannibal

    Israel did not kill that many Arabs in one day… Yet the Arabs are silent over it… Why? because the guillotine is coming to every tyrant’s neck soon…

  • Israel did not kill that many Arabs in one day… Yet the Arabs are silent over it… Why? because the guillotine is coming to every tyrant’s neck soon…

  • alik78

    we are yet to see any hard evidence or mobile pictures of the army shooting and killing civillians. all these media outlets are a disgrace, its all about what he said and she said, and eyewitness reports that cant be verified, im still waiting to see the undisputed hard evidence!!!

  • Anonymous

    we are yet to see any hard evidence or mobile pictures of the army shooting and killing civillians. all these media outlets are a disgrace, its all about what he said and she said, and eyewitness reports that cant be verified, im still waiting to see the undisputed hard evidence!!!

    • G H

      Some people are still in denial I guess. Do a search on “Syria” in YouTube ya Habibi and look at the videos. It’s all fake I guess?
      Wake up dude. The end of minority rule in the Middle East is near. You can’t hide anymore behind thugs and brainwash.

  • GeorgeHad

    We as Lebanese should take a moment to think about our responsibilities towards our Arab “family”, especially the Syrians.

    For a long time,we may have resisted the idea of being “Arabs” because we could not identify with our brethren (“following” dictators, oppression, etc.)

    Now that the Arab youth is starting to take over, we should realize that we have MORE in common with our Arab brethren than originally thought.

    Our support is important.Your support is important. Enough discrimination and let us show the true Lebanese hospitality and open mindedness…

  • Anonymous

    We as Lebanese should take a moment to think about our responsibilities towards our Arab “family”, especially the Syrians.

    For a long time,we may have resisted the idea of being “Arabs” because we could not identify with our brethren (“following” dictators, oppression, etc.)

    Now that the Arab youth is starting to take over, we should realize that we have MORE in common with our Arab brethren than originally thought.

    Our support is important.Your support is important. Enough discrimination and let us show the true Lebanese hospitality and open mindedness…