We don’t really need Turkish PM Erdogan to tell us that Assad is “politically dead.” What we need at this stage is the plan and the political will to get him and few of his generals physically dead as well, or at least behind bars. And to do so while the death toll in the conflict is still less than a hundred thousand, and the chances for saving the country are more than 1 in a thousand.
In Ain Issa, Raqqah Province, Assad’s MIGs bomb a local gas station killing scores of people. This is the aftermath http://youtu.be/cKkSgdKwGmU , http://youtu.be/-SGYbJ_YBuM
Skies over Damascus City are covered with black smoke http://youtu.be/_g_95IfS2Dc , http://youtu.be/WdTLKG1OaHE , http://youtu.be/H9C0s66tppQ The pounding of restive neighborhoods with helicopter gunships continues http://youtu.be/g9n5ASeMkKI
In the town of Elbab, Aleppo Province, an entire family is wiped in a bombing attack http://youtu.be/jVkS9x54Ugg Searching for victims in the rubble http://youtu.be/4OJrQgQWy9Q , http://youtu.be/PB1SMsYSusk
The neighborhood of Qadi Askar, Aleppo City, is flooded after raids destroy a local water main. But a car is set on fire as well, the driver is killed http://youtu.be/Pl1Cze3PmZ4 , http://youtu.be/Llx4DlyOSsg , http://youtu.be/nLi4Y87u6a8