al Muhaftha neighborhood is one of western Aleppo’s neighborhoods. The neighborhood is under the control of the regime and its pro-forces, and haven’t seen any military manifestation or opposition activities.
The testimony of Abu Nabil al Halabi, an eyewitness who is still alive
Abu Nabil can be found on Skype: revolution.jamalieh2011
“Around 12:00 PM, when the call for al Thuhr prayer was about to go off, we heard a heavy soaring by the warplanes, and then suddenly two missiles were fired. The area is entirely civilians, and it is a regime-held areas. The buildings that were bombed are filled with Martyrs. There were a lot of martyrs and dead bodies on the ground. We took the dead bodies to al Razi hospital. Security and Shabiha surrounded the hospital and didn’t allow anyone to enter and take pictures.”
“On the second day, around 11:00, I was inside the hospital. Someone at the door asked me where I was going, I told him that my brother was injured and I want to visit him. As I was walking, I saw 25 wounded from the massacre. I saw an elder woman crying, so I went to her and asked her what is wrong, and she told me that her daughter was killed as she was in Aleppo to finish some paperwork. Then I saw one guy telling another about a daughter named Farah and that both of her parents are seriously injured, and their little girl is missing, and that no one knows anything about her. I walked out the hospital about five minutes later. There were a lot of Shabihah so I couldn’t take any pictures.”