Warning - This post links to extremely graphic images.
Following from my live blog covering the Houla Massacre a large number of new videos have been uploaded from Houla, here's a selection.
May 25th 2012 - GRAPHIC - A large number of dead children, so with their hands tied together - UPDATE - Having discussed this with a few people it appears the hands are tied together to keep them close to the body so they are easier to bury once rigor mortis sets in.
May 25th 2012 – GRAPHIC - A man with destroyed hand receives treatment
May 25th 2012 - Shortly after the shelling began
May 26th 2012 - Three videos showing and interviewing survivors of the massacre who fled Houla (Arabic)
May 26th 2012 - An interview with one of the children who survived the massacre (Arabic)
May 26th 2012 – Houla resident talks about the massacre (Arabic)
May 26th 2012 – UN inspector convoy arriving in Houla
May 26th 2012 – Crowds surrounding UN inspectors are they arrive in Houla
May 26th 2012 – Crowds chanting against Assad as UN inspectors walk through Houla
May 26th 2012 – An activists talk to the camera (in Arabic) while UN inspectors are shown rows of dead bodies
May 26th 2012 – UN inspectors being shown the dead in Houla
May 26th 2012 – Shrouded corpses ready to be buried in a mass grave
May 26th 2012 – A relative of one of the victims says goodbye to her loved one
May 26th 2012 – A mass grave for the victims of the massacre being prepared
May 26th 2012 - A funeral for the victims of the massacre, showing one of the mass graves they are buried in, with English subtitles
May 26th 2012 – Resident fleeing Houla in fear of another massacre
May 26th 2012 – A tour of a damage mosque in Houla
May 26th 2012 – A tour of the damage done to Houla by Assad's forces
May 27th – An activist shows a newly dug mass grave for more victims of the massacre
It would be extremely useful if anyone who knows Arabic could translate these, I'll add the translations underneath the video when done.
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