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  • 49th Medical Facility Targeted With Two Airstrikes in Syria1 September 2019
    The Alzerbeh Primary Health Care Center was directly targeted today, August 30, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. Damascus time with two airstrikes, putting it out of service. No casualties were reported as the center was closed today. The center was completely destroyed. The PHC was located in the Aleppo countryside. This marks the 49thmedical facility to be attacked since April 28.
     
    Since April 28, 2019: 
    • At least 892 civilians have been killed including at least 226 children and 179 women.  
    • Over 1912 civilians have been injured. 
    • Over 750,000 people have been internally displaced in North Western Syria.  
    • At least 49 medical facilities have been bombed, 30 aid workers have been killed and 40 have been wounded. 
    • Five ambulances were hit by different airstrikes while serving patients, killing eight staff.
    • Eight water facilities have been destroye 
    " It is unconscionable that yet another medical facility was directly targeted and put out of service. Where are these innocent civilians supposed to go for medical care and emergencies if all of the medical facilities are getting bombed? Thousands of civilians took to the streets today calling on the international community to apply the UN charters guaranteeing protection and imploring the international community to intervene such as the UNGA "Uniting for Peace" resolution 377 A, stating that the international community can intervene in an impending humanitarian disaster. The time is NOW for the international community to intervene!" Said Dr. Hussam Al Fakir, Chairman of UOSSM Intl. 
     

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  • Outrage Over Pediatric Hospital Bombed in Syria1 September 2019
     
    On August 27 at 10:35 pm Damascus Time, the Al- Ghadafa Pediatric and Gynecology Hospital in Maarrat Al Nouman, Syria was hit by four airstrikes and put out of service.  The hospital was evacuated earlier and sustained heavy damage. A watchman was injured by the airstrikes and no casualties were reported.  In the past 10 days, intense bombing in Maarrat Al Nouman has also led to over 200,000 people becoming newly internally displaced. This marks the 48th medical facility to be bombed since April 28. 
    “I am outraged and disgusted that a children’s hospital was bombed yesterday, and this is certainly not the first one. Thank god the facility was evacuated, but, can you imagine what would have happened if it were not? When did it become normal to kill children and pregnant women in hospitals? We must also consider the tremendous suffering inflicted on women and children who can’t receive treatment because most of the medical facilities have been shut down. Since the start of this military campaign, over 100 schools and 48 medical facilities have been bombed. There are oceans of evidence for war crimes yet no action. It is truly disgusting.” Said Dr. Hussam Al Fakir, Chairman of UOSSM International
    Since April 28, 2019: 
    • More than 862 civilians have been killed including at least 226 children and 179 women. 
    • Over 1850 civilians have been injured. 
    • Over 750,000 people have been internally displaced in North Western Syria. 
    • At least 48 Medical facilities have been bombed and 30 aid workers have been killed. 
    • Five ambulances were hit by different airstrikes while serving patients, killing eight staff.

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  • Outrage Over Pediatric Hospital Bombed in Syria1 September 2019
     
    On August 27 at 10:35 pm Damascus Time, the Al- Ghadafa Pediatric and Gynecology Hospital in Maarrat Al Nouman, Syria was hit by four airstrikes and put out of service.  The hospital was evacuated earlier and sustained heavy damage. A watchman was injured by the airstrikes and no casualties were reported.  In the past 10 days, intense bombing in Maarrat Al Nouman has also led to over 200,000 people becoming newly internally displaced. This marks the 48th medical facility to be bombed since April 28. 
    “I am outraged and disgusted that a children’s hospital was bombed yesterday, and this is certainly not the first one. Thank god the facility was evacuated, but, can you imagine what would have happened if it were not? When did it become normal to kill children and pregnant women in hospitals? We must also consider the tremendous suffering inflicted on women and children who can’t receive treatment because most of the medical facilities have been shut down. Since the start of this military campaign, over 100 schools and 48 medical facilities have been bombed. There are oceans of evidence for war crimes yet no action. It is truly disgusting.” Said Dr. Hussam Al Fakir, Chairman of UOSSM International
    Since April 28, 2019: 
    • More than 862 civilians have been killed including at least 226 children and 179 women. 
    • Over 1850 civilians have been injured. 
    • Over 750,000 people have been internally displaced in North Western Syria. 
    • At least 48 Medical facilities have been bombed and 30 aid workers have been killed. 
    • Five ambulances were hit by different airstrikes while serving patients, killing eight staff.

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  • Three Ambulance Staff Killed in Targeted Attack Today in Northwest Syria29 Juli 2019
    Two paramedics and one driver were killed today in the line of duty as their ambulance was targeted by an airstrike and completely destroyed. They were driving towards the site of another attack in Kafr Zeta, in the Hama Countryside, to help the victims, and were hit by an airstrike at 2:00 p.m. Damascus time. The ambulance was part of the Kafr Zeta Ambulance System, supported by the Hama Health Directorate. 
    The attacks in northwest Syria have intensified over the past week. At least 118 were killed, and over 171 were wounded. Many of the victims were women and children. This week a painful image emerged of two young girls ages 5 and 3 as they were dangling from their destroyed home. Big sister Reham was holding onto her baby sister, Rawan, so she wouldn’t fall. Ultimately both fell, Reham died and Rawan died the next day.
    Since April 28, at least 700 civilians have been killed, many of them women and children, and at least 1600 were wounded. 25 humanitarian workers were killed, at least 29 were wounded, and 39 medical facilities were bombed. Since April 28, approximately 500,000 people have been displaced after their homes and areas have come under fierce bombardment. Many of these families have nowhere to go. 
    In the strongest terms, UOSSM condemns the killing of aid workers and the deliberate destruction of medical facilities, which is a clear violation of UNSC 2286 and a war crime. We stand in solidarity with all aid workers operating in Syria and mourn the loss of these courageous paramedics who were killed in the line of duty. UOSSM, a supporter of the Hama Health Directorate, takes this loss especially personally.

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