またまた米軍がシリア、イラクで民間人を殺害: ずくなしの冷や水

2017年03月28日

またまた米軍がシリア、イラクで民間人を殺害

ラッカ近郊al-Badiyehの学校で
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US-led coalition fighter jets pounded a school in al-Mansoureh city West of Raqqa city that hosts 50 displaced families.

SANA news agency quoted the local sources as saying that the US airplanes attacked al-Badiyeh al-Dakheliyeh school, 30km away from Raqqa city, which hosts 50 displaced families from Aleppo, Raqqa and Tadmur.

The airstrikes destroyed the school completely but the number of casualties has not been announced yet.

Meantime, al-Baladi news website affiliated to the dissidents reported that the attacks killed more than 200 civilians and wounded tens of people, many of them in critical conditions.

Also, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that at least 11 civilians have been killed in the airstrikes.

Local sources said that there are no more treatment facilities left in the ISIL-held areas and all bridges and routes have been destroyed, adding that there is no hospital in the Southern parts of Raqqa either.

アルタバカで
Also, on Monday, the US-led coalition fighter jets launched another round of air assault on civilian areas in al-Tabaqa region in Western Raqqa, killing at least 18 Syrian people.

According to local activists, the US coalition carried out an airstrike over al-Andalas farms in Western Raqqa, killing at least 18 civilians near the strategic town of al-Tabaqa.

2014年以後で累計220人の市民が殺されたと米国は主張。
The US army had previously claimed that only 220 civilians were killed in the air attacks of the coalition under its command in Syria and Iraq since 2014.

The US command also noted that it could not investigate all reports of possible civilian casualties using “traditional investigative methods,” which involves interviewing witnesses and examining the site of the strike.

Instead, the coalition interviewed pilots and servicemen that took part in combat missions to draw results. The US command also reviewed strike surveillance videos and analyzed government and non-governmental organizations’ traditional and social media content.

Al-Badiaの学校で(再掲)
RT2017/3/22
Coalition will investigate own airstrike that reportedly killed 30+ civilians in Syria – Pentagon
The Pentagon will aid in investigating reports that at least 33 civilian died near the Syrian town of Raqqa during a US-led coalition airstrike, officials said on Wednesday, following accusations from both local media and monitoring groups based abroad.
According to local media reports, bombs from a US-led coalition plane hit a school in Al-Badia Al-Ad Dakhiliyah in the south of Al-Mansur, where at least 50 families from Raqqa, Palmyra, and Aleppo had been taking shelter. The school building itself was completely destroyed.

Al-Mansu is around 30 kilometers (18.5 miles) west of Raqqa, which is held by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

米国により殺害された民間人は2700人にも上るとの民間組織の推定
Earlier in March, officials from Operation Inherent Resolve admitted responsibility for at least 220 civilian deaths in Syria and Iraq during their campaign against IS. However, the monitoring group Airwars has asserted that this figure may be far below the real death toll, which may be as high as 2,700.

The Pentagon admitted that it had carried out 19 strikes near Raqqa on Monday, three of which destroyed a local IS base. The airstrikes are meant to support the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of armed groups currently advancing on Raqqa, the de-facto capital of the extremist Islamist group.

アルジナのモスクで
On March 16, a mosque packed with worshipers in the Syrian village of Al-Jinah was hit by a missile strike in which at least 50 people were reportedly killed. The Pentagon has denied responsibility, claiming that it had targeted a nearby town hall being used as a meeting place for IS, with spokesman Captain Jeff Davis claiming the mosque remained “relatively unscathed,” despite video evidence to the contrary.

モースルで
RT2017/3/24
Over 130 people trying to take shelter from the fighting in Mosul have been buried under the rubble of a building hit by a coalition airstrike, witnesses say in a video released by AP.
“The entire neighborhood was fleeing because of missiles that hit, so people had taken refuge here. I didn’t know if it was a shelter, I didn’t know we couldn’t go there. My entire family is inside, 27 people. We pulled only one of them out and don’t know about the rest. Yes, he was dead,” a resident of western Mosul, Ahmed Ahmed, told AP. He added that over 137 people were inside the compound.

“The terrorists have used a new tactic. They climb on the rooftops of apartment blocks. There are 10, sometimes 15 families living in such houses. Thus, the number of people is at least 100. The terrorists don’t let them leave their homes, while climbing on the rooftop and firing at Iraqi forces, trying to prevent their advance. The Iraqi troops and international coalition forces don’t know that civilians are inside, and they fire back. Then, it becomes clear that there were entire families there.”

“In one of the homes, there were 135 civilians. The international coalition air forces dropped bombs on this house, and everyone who was inside died. Children, women, men, the elderly.”

Hevidar Ahmed said that “in another attack, 20 people were killed, while 43 people died in a separate incident, when a car-bomb went off near civilians. Everyone died. All these incidents happened in the ‘new Mosul’ neighborhood.”

There are still about 700,000 people trapped in the densely populated western part of Mosul, with nearly 100,000 Iraqis fleeing the war-torn city in the past month, according to figures from the UN’s International Organization for Migration (IOM).

Up to 300,000 more people may flee western Mosul, the spokesman for the UN’s refugee agency, Matthew Saltmarsh, told RT.

2017/3/25ラッカ近郊のアルオムランで
TEHRAN (FNA)- Several civilians were killed and wounded in the US-led coalition fighter jets' strikes on al-Omran region in Raqqa on Saturday.
Local sources in Raqqa province reported that the airstrikes have left 6 civilians, including two women and two children, dead and several others injured.
Also, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that at least 11 civilians have been killed in the airstrikes.

2017/3/20アルタバカで
Also, on Monday, the US-led coalition fighter jets launched another round of air assault on civilian areas in al-Tabaqa region in Western Raqqa, killing at least 18 Syrian people.

アルアンダラスで
According to local activists, the US coalition carried out an airstrike over al-Andalas farms in Western Raqqa, killing at least 18 civilians near the strategic town of al-Tabaqa.

イラクやシリアの人々の命を米軍は尊重していません。アジア人全体についても同じです。日本人も朝鮮人も中国人も。

RT2017/3/25
US confirms airstrike at site in Mosul where dozens of civilian casualties were reported
The US military has confirmed a coalition airstrike on the site in Mosul where dozens of civilians allegedly died. The US said the strike was at the request of the Iraqi forces. An investigation into the case has been opened, it added.
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#MosulSOS

“An initial review of strike data from March 16-23 indicates that, at the request of the Iraqi Security Forces, the Coalition struck ISIS fighters and equipment, March 17, in West Mosul at the location corresponding to allegations of civilian casualties,” US Central Command said in a statement.

Saying that all allegations of civilian casualties are taken “seriously,” the Combined Joint Task Force said “a formal Civilian Casualty Credibility Assessment has been opened to determine the facts surrounding this strike and the validity of the allegation of civilian casualties.”

Videos of the aftermath of the airstrike released Friday show scores of dead bodies being pulled out of a completely destroyed building in western Mosul.

There have also been reports by eyewitnesses who say over a hundred civilians were either killed or buried under rubble in the bombing raid.

The United Nations on Saturday expressed concern over the high number of civilian casualties in Mosul.

“We are stunned by this terrible loss of life,” Lise Grande, the UN’s humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, said in a statement.

FARSNEWS2017/3/27
Syria: Over 160 Civilians Killed, Wounded in US-Led
TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 60 civilians have been killed and 100 more wounded in the US-led coalition air raids in Raqqa in the last five days, Arab media outlets reported on Monday.

The Arabic language al-Hadath news website reported that at least 66 civilians, including several children, have been killed and 100 others injured in the US-led coalition warplanes' attacks on Raqqa city and its countryside in the last five days.

The Syrian state news agency confirmed on Sunday that six civilians were killed in coalition airstrikes on the ISIL-held city a day earlier.

Fighter jets of the US-led coalition carried out several airstrikes on al-Omran region in Raqqa on Saturday, the state news agency reported, citing its own unnamed local sources.

According to the news agency’s sources in Raqqa province, at least six people, including two women and two children, lost their lives in the airstrikes, while several others were injured.

On Wednesday, the fighter jets pounded a school in al-Mansoureh city West of Raqqa city that hosts 50 displaced families.

SANA quoted the local sources as saying that the US airplanes attacked al-Badiyeh al-Dakheliyeh school, 30km away from Raqqa city, which hosts 50 displaced families from Aleppo, Raqqa and Tadmur.

The airstrikes destroyed the school completely but the number of casualties was not announced.

Meantime, al-Baladi news website affiliated to the dissidents reported that the attacks killed more than 200 civilians and wounded tens of people, many of them in critical conditions.

Also, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that at least 11 civilians were killed in the airstrikes.

Local sources said that there were no more treatment facilities left in the ISIL-held areas and all bridges and routes were destroyed, adding that there was no hospital in the Southern parts of Raqqa either. Coalition Airstrikes in Raqqa in 5 Days
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