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The Syrian government stressed the international community to immediately dissolve the US coalition over its continued and systematic massacre of civilians and the destruction of their neighborhoods.
Damascus calls on the United Nations Security Council to carry out its responsibility of preserving international peace and security, and urges all states to abide by the UNSC resolutions, especially resolution 2253.
UN Security Council resolution 2253 was adopted unanimously in December 2015, and covers asset freeze, travel bans, arms embargo and listing criteria for ISIS, Al Qaeda and associated militant groups undertaking assaults and committing war crimes against the Syrian people.
The US and its allies have been bombarding what they call ISIS positions inside Syria since September 2014, without any authorization from the Damascus government or a UN mandate. The strikes however, have on many occasions resulted in civilian casualties and failed to fulfill their declared targets for counter terrorism.
The US coalition claims that its 42.234 air strikes claimed the lives of only 624 civilians. However, different UK-based non-profit observatories documented estimates are ten times the number of casualties the Pentagon reports. The ethnic cleansing program is in full force leaving millions of death Muslims at the hostile theatre.
According to Syria reports the US-led air strikes kill multiple civilians every day since the hostile campaign started between 2014 and 2017. Whatever, the number crunch, almost 500.000 people winded up dead in during the epic horror show in Syria, while over 10 million people have been displaced.
BBC / AA-Magnum Analyst Blog-Site News 2017.