The United Nations revealed that they had firm hunches those pro-regime gunslingers were responsible for the massacre in a clump of villages called Houla. Few days back, Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations chief warned of a civil war and bloodshed.
With international criticism, Syria launched their own probe into the matter and stated that, on Friday, prayers for all the victims would take place at mosques throughout the country.
On Thursday, at a news conference, the person who led the government’s probe into the carnage refused any regime role. He added that hundreds of insurgent gunman executed the butchery following a coordinated assault on five security checkpoints. He added that the government forces did not went into the place where the massacre occurred and the victims were those people who refused carry arms and oppose the government. Saria al-Houlany told that the regime is finding ways to justify the carnage to the world.