This video says about itself:
20 July 2016
This is footage from earlier this month inside a US plane bombing the city of Manbij on the north of Halab, Syria. Yesterday, bombs like this from planes like this killed over 100 civilians in Manbij who were simply trying to flee the fighting. Women, men, children, elderly. 11 children killed according to reports, probably many more than that in fact.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
In a letter, the [Syrian opposition] group writes that recently hundreds of civilians, mostly women and children, were killed in bombings in Manbij, in northern Syria. “Families are buried under the rubble caused by the bombing by the International Coalition“, the opposition writes. Yesterday alone 56 civilians are said to have been killed in attacks in the region. …
“Hundreds of people die, but the international community is silent.”
A U.S-led coalition in Syria has killed more than 100 civilians since June and wounded dozens more in airstrikes in and around the ISIS-controlled city of Manbij, according to several human rights groups: here.
U.S. AIRSTRIKE UNDER REVIEW AFTER REPORTEDLY KILLING OVER 70 CIVILIANS IN SYRIA “US airstrikes on a Syrian village have killed at least 73 civilians, a majority of them women and children, activists say, in the deadliest coalition attack on non-combatants since the start of the bombing campaign against the Islamic State.” [The Guardian]
Airstrikes by the American-led war coalition killed as many as 212 civilians in Syria’s northern province of Aleppo on Tuesday, according to estimates published Thursday by Al Jazeera: here.
U.S. Silent on Up to 95% of its Civilian Killings in Syria: here.
FRENCH President Francois Hollande claimed yesterday that he did not know whether his country’s air force had killed 125 civilians by bombing a Syrian village on Tuesday: here.
In a new US atrocity in Syria, American warplanes on Thursday bombed a market in the ISIS-controlled village of al-Ghandour near the northern city of Manbij, killing at least 28 civilians, including seven children: here.
THE WORLD PAID ATTENTION TO THIS PHOTO OF A SYRIAN CHILD But not these seven. [NYT]
The gunman who slaughtered 49 people in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub told a police negotiator the attack was a protest against U.S. bombings of Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria. ”You have to tell the U.S. government to stop bombing. They are killing too many children. They are killing too many women, okay,” gunman Omar Mateen told a police negotiator by phone during the June attack, hours before the killer died in a shootout with police: here.