The Syrian oppositions claimed that Esad killed more than 200 individuals in the village of Terymsi village of Hama. The Syrian television claimed that armed individuals attacked the village and killed tens of people. The Syrian Muslim Brotherhood took Annan responsible for the most recent genocide.
The Syrian oppositions claimed that Terymsi village was bombed with tanks and helicopters first and then the militants connected to Şabiha paramilitant related to Esad's regime went to the village and killed the people. It is advocated that this has been the largest genocide in the violence attacks that have been continuing in Syria since March 2011.
Independent sources explained that the Syrian army arranged this attack to take back the control in the village of Terymsi that was under the control of the oppositions. Jim Muir, the Beirut reporter of BBC indicated that both parties have accepted the killing incident in the village of Terymsi, but they have been accusing each other for the "genocide".
The Syrian oppositions indicated and claimed that Şabiha militia, the para militants protecting Esad attacked the village of Terymsi and killed the people; they followed the villagers who tried to escape and executed them.
The Syrian TV announced that armed individuals who attacked the village of Terymsi in Hama killed tens of people.
"The World Is Responsible For Keeping Silent Against the Genocide"
The Syrian Muslim Brotherhood took the UN and the special representative of the Arab Union, Kofi Annan, responsible for the genocide carried out in the village of Terymsi by Syrian army. The Muslim Brotherhood advocated that Annan, who doesn't take action against Esad, and Russia and Iran are responsible for this genocide since they are supporting the Syrian government.
The acknowledgment indicated that "we don't believe that the monster Bashar is responsible for these wild genocides." "Kofi Annan and all countries, particularly Iran and Russia, that act as advocates of peace and stability in Syria are responsible for these genocides since they have been keeping silent against them."
'ENFORCE THE 7TH ARTICLE'
The Syrian National Council established by oppositions asked the UN Security Council to take action after 200 people were killed in the village of Terymsi in Hama. The Syrian National Council requested the UN Security Council to enforce the 7th article to stop the bloodshed in Syria, to protect the peace and security in the region and to protect the Syrian population.
(ntvmsnbc.com, Monday, July 16, 2012)