Iran cruelty kills over a dozen during Aleppo evacuation
Due to winter's cold and hunger, at least 13 Syrians die over five days as Iran and Assad terrorists deliberately make civilians wait for days before evacuating to Idlib
Ersin Çelik22 DECEMBER 2016, 10:50Yeni Şafak
The terrorists of Syria's Bashar al-Assad regime and Iran have turned the Aleppo evacuation into torture by making the civilians wait more than 24 hours in the winter's cold. At least 13 civilians died due to the starvation and cold while they were waiting to be evacuated to Idlib from the moderate opposition-controlled part of the northern Syrian province of Aleppo.
Until now, Iran and Assad-backed terrorists interrupted five times. After days-long interruptions, 700 vehicles and 20 buses were able to reach Idlib from Aleppo.
Also, four other buses transported Shi'ite civilians out of moderate opposition-controlled Fua and Kafaryah towns.
Now, aid agencies are treating and providing food to the civilians evacuated from Aleppo.
A large number of civilians, particularly children and elders, are being taken to the hospitals in Idlib.
The evacuation began on December 15 and more than 40,000 have been evacuated so far from the city that was the target of the intense airstrikes of Iran and the Russia-backed Assad regime.
The victims of the violence in Aleppo said they experienced and witnessed horrible things, as terrorists kill and rape many people.
Nadiyah Barakat was among those who witnessed torture in Aleppo. She said that she for the first time felt secure after reaching Idlib with seven grandchildren and three daughters-in-law.
After the end of the evacuation from Aleppo, more than 1500 people are to be evacuated from Madaya and Zabadani towns of Damascus which are under siege from the regime.
Russia and the Iran-backed Assad regime intensified its attacks on the Syrian province of Aleppo, located 50 kilometers from Turkey, on November 15, although it had been launching attacks on the city for weeks.
The heavy bombardment was followed by the evacuation of thousands of people from the opposition-controlled part of the city, as a result of international efforts.