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  Sivan 6, 5772 , 27/05/12

PM Expresses Disgust at Al-Assad's Non-Stop Carnage

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed disgust, Sunday, at the non-stop carnage committed by the forces of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad against innocent civilians, which continued during the weekend in the village of Houla and included dozens of children, according to a statement from the Prime Minister's Office. An inspection team from the United Nations said at least 116 people were killed and about 300 people were wounded. The statement added, "Iran and Hezbollah are an inseparable part of the Syrian atrocities and the world needs to act against them."

The United Nations Security Council is holding a special session on the bloodshed.

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