aleppo terrorists syria open anti siege protesters

Aleppo Souk - Once beautiful and peaceful.
Aleppo Souk - Once beautiful and peaceful.

Foreign-backed terrorists in Syria have used their sponsored weapons to disperse an anti-siege protest in the Syrian city of Aleppo. Angry locals have protested against the measure of the jihadists and Al Qaeda-linked groups to prevent the deliveries of food, oil and medicine to the districts of Aleppo (Halab) since some time.


The deliveries of food, medicine, oil and other goods are not able to reach the inhabitants of the Syrian city of Aleppo since some time and it seems the foreign-supported terrorists and Takfiri militants want to starve the resistant people of the famous Syrian city.

Especially the western part of Aleppo is under siege by the terrorists and the residents are starving. Not to mention the lack of medicine that could cause serious problems.

The protest against the measure of the terrorists to prevent the deliveries of food and medicine to the people took place today in the district of Bustan al-Qasr, Aleppo. The foreign-backed terrorists have fired into the air to disperse the angry protesters while the peaceful demonstrators and locals of the Western part of Aleppo were chanting “the people want an end to the blockade”.

But the terrorists did not only shot in the air. Here is a video that clears up the Western media reports about the “shots in the air”.

At least two million people live in this area of the Syrian town of Aleppo and the district is sadly occupied and controlled by the foreign-supported militants and Al Qaeda-linked groups / brigades. The locals were protesting at a checkpoint of the militants that prevents the delivery of medicine and food from entering the western part of Aleppo. It is a clear and horrible starvation blockade, implemented by the foreign-backed gunmen and Takfiri terrorists.


As mentioned, there are conflicting reports about the “shots in the air” and the causalities. Some report that one person was killed today but you better watch the videos in this small translated article to see and hear (the interview with “Mr Aleppo” from Aleppo) it by yourself.