Documented violations carried out by Assad's forces in the Eastern Ghouta

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 30 September, 2015
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ElDorar AlShamia:

Syrian Network for Human Rights confirmed, on Tuesday, in a new report entitled "East Gouta in Syria from green to red," that the Assad regime has killed 776 people in the eastern Ghouta, since January 1st2015 until June 30th.2015.
The report pointed out that "Eastern Ghouta came under systematic shelling and destruction, not only to the front lines, but also by daily monitoring and documentation operations we noticed that most of the attacks are on vital centers and populated neighborhoods, which is just tens of kilometers from the front lines, and the cursor on it the proportion of civilian casualties compared with the insurgents. "
The report documented the abuses carried out by the Assad regime in East Ghouta in the period between January 1st. 2015 until June 30th. 2015 , 25 massacres were committed by Assad's forces, killing 776 people, arresting 411 people and targeted 49 vital center, as cause the siege imposed by Assad's forces in death of 117 people as a result of food and medicine shortages.
The report indicated that "the bombing which led to the killing and systematic destruction carried out by the regime appears to be mainly aimed to thwart to establish any model represents an alternative to the regime-held areas, and lead to the displacement of populations from areas controlled by the opposition to the regime’s areas that are relatively safe, This is what we documented  repeatedly in monthly reports on the vital centers targeting . "
The report recommended the Security Council to take further action and put pressure on Assad's forces backed states , to refer the Syrian file to the International Criminal Court, to hold accountable all those involved, in addition to establish peace and security and to apply of the principle of the responsibility to protect civilians.
The report also called on the International Community to act at the national and regional level to build coalitions to support the Syrian people, and seek to apply the  universal jurisdiction over these crimes before national courts, and to provide all possible assistance for Syrian refugees, and pursue an open-door policy.