Syria: Bomb Attacks kill Syrian civilians and soldiers

Bomb attack in Damascus (archive)
Bomb attack in Damascus (archive)

Bomb Blasts in Aleppo and Homs kill Syrian civilians and Soldiers.

In the strategically important Syrian city of Aleppo (Halab), a new bomb blast has killed at least two Syrian civilians yesterday. The explosion of the explosive device took place in the al-Safirah area of the northern city of Aleppo. The bomb attack by the foreign-backed terrorists in the al-Safirah area in Syria’s northern city of Aleppo has killed at least two Syrian civilians and wounded several other.

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The explosion of this explosive device, previously planted by the foreign-supported terrorists in the al-Safirah area of the still embattled Syrian city of Aleppo, took place on Saturday. Among the injured Syrian civilians in the blast are a child and a woman, according to the Syrian official news agency SANA.

This has not been the only bomb attack in Syria yesterday. Also in the central province of the Syrian city of Hama, another blast has taken place. The bomb attack in the central province of Hama has killed four soldiers of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) and happened a bit earlier than the blast in the al-Safirah area of the former economic centre of Syria, Aleppo (Halab) that has killed at least two Syrian civilians and wounded a child as well as a woman.

As already mentioned in earlier articles on the situation in several regions of Syria and the recent revival of the adaption of bomb attacks by the foreign-backed terrorist groups on Syrian soil, the increasing amount of fresh bomb attacks and blasts in several embattled Syrian cities and their country sides as well as in the already often attacked Jaramana (“Jaramana bombing“) suburb of the Syrian capital Damascus comes as no surprise.

The recent crimes, violence as well as the perpetrated massacres by either the foreign-supported criminals and terrorists of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), the “oppositional ground forces”, or the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot such as the so-called “al-Nusra Front / Jabhat al-Nusra” came as the units of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) have made fresh and important gains against both gruesome and sectarian sides on Syrian soil.

For example, several units of the Syrian army were able to regain the area of the Syrian town of al-Hara in the countryside of Dara’a (Daraa) after intense clashes against terrorist groups on Friday.

The battles by these units of the Syrian army have inflicted heavy losses on the foreign-supported terrorist groups in this area of the countryside of Dara’a (Daraa) two days ago. Further, other troops of the Syrian forces have gained some ground in the Aleppo Governorate in recent days while a group of Syrian soldiers was able to foil an attempt by a larger number of armed gunmen to infiltrate into a district of the former economic centre of Syria, Aleppo (Halab).

Bomb attack in Damascus (archive)
Bomb attack in Damascus (archive)

The Syrian forces were also able to eliminate a larger number of so-called Takfiri terrorists and jihadists in the western city of Homs as well as in the suburbs of the Syrian capital, Damascus. Both recent clashes have led to huge losses on the side of the terrorist groups.

Overall, the units of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) are furthermore successful in their battles against the foreign-supported terrorists and Islamists on Syrian soil since weeks. Thus, it is no surprise that some of these violent sides have started to again rely on bomb attacks – mainly in civilian areas and with the aims to spread fear among the civilians and to show that the Syrian government and army has no ability to protect the Syrian civilians.

In the position of the UN Security Council (UNSC), it would be appropriate to condemn the bomb attacks by the foreign-supported terrorist groups in civilian areas in Syria and especially the bomb attacks near Syrian schools and hospitals. However, the policy of double-standards is still maintained by the member states of the so-called United Nations and UN Security Council (UNSC), the Western “community of values”.

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