On Wednesday innocent victims in a small village of al-Qubayr, Hamas, yet again suffered another massacre at the hands of forces loyal to president Bashar al-Assad. It is reported that the number of the dead is between 24 to 100, and among those dead are women and children. Most victims were burnt in their own homes by the terrorists. When UN observers tried to gain access to where the massacres occurred, they were turned away, mostly by the villagers who feared for their safety.
Meanwhile UN chief, Kofi Anaan proposes additional sanctions to Syria in hopes that regime will rethink its actions and do whats best for Syria, which will be Assad stepping down. If non of this happens, many fear the country will slip into civil war, and this issue has some neighboring countries on pins and needles as they watch what is next.