A worker in one of the medical institutions in Aleppo, Moatasem al-Shofi, disclosed that a discussion took place on Thursday purported that these institutions had to be neutral and not to criticize Assad regime if Assad terrorists attacked them.
Al-Shofi said on his Facebook account that the international donors have no problem if we criticize an armed group or al-Nusra Front, as they are non-state organizations.
He also said that the donors’ message was crystal clear: “If you do not commit to instructions, your medical activities will be negatively influenced.”
The medic said that many Syria doctors and medics were killed by Assad regime’s air raids, and it was the International Community which was scandalized in Panama papers and not the United Nations or the International Declaration for Human Rights.
Field hospitals and makeshift clinics are deliberately targeted by Assad terrorists.
Syrian pediatrician Mohammad Wassim Maaz who saved the lives of countless children in the districts of Aleppo, was killed by an Assad air strike along with fifty civilians on al-Quds hospital on Wednesday.