Voice Of The Martyrs

The 86-page report, “If the Dead Could Speak: Mass Deaths and Torture in Syria’s Detention Facilities,” lays out new evidence regarding the authenticity of what are known as the Caesar photographs, identifies a number of the victims, and highlights some of the key causes of death. Human Rights Watch located and interviewed 33 relatives and friends of 27 victims whose cases researchers verified; 37 former detainees who saw people die in detention; and four defectors who worked in Syrian government detention centers or the military hospitals where most of the photographs were taken. Using satellite imagery and geolocation techniques, Human Rights Watch confirmed that some of the photographs of the dead were taken in the courtyard of the 601 Military Hospital in Mezze.

Dear moti Kahana :

I sent to you today 50 pictures to the victims who were killed and tortured Assad regime
I'am cezer i authorize you mr moti kahana to use this pictures to help the syrian people and my country Syria
With all my wishes for peace to Syria and the whole world .

Cezer
8/2/2017