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Damascus, Syria: At least six Syrians killed by bomb attack.

There are good and bad news from Syria today. Let`s start with the bad news from Syria first. At least six Syrian civilians have been killed by the explosion of an explosive device near the Syrian capital, Damascus. According to the reports, the foreign-supported terrorists have planted the explosive device in order to kill Syrian civilians by the explosion in this area.


The good news from Syria are, if someone can call it good news in these days, that the Syrian Army units have gained more ground in the clashes in the countryside of the strategically city of Aleppo (Halab) and were able to eliminate a larger number of foreign-backed terrorists in the countryside of the Syrian city as well as in one or two districts of Aleppo (Halab).

In addition, at least 60 armed terrorists were killed by units of the Syrian army in an ambush in the Syrian capital, Damascus.

The reports from Damascus say that units of the Syrian army have eliminated more than 60 armed terrorists when these terrorists were trying to infiltrate into a suburb of the Syrian capital. The Syrian army units have decoyed the larger number of armed terrorists into a trap and the ambush has been a successful military operation of the Syrian soldiers.

The terrorists were eliminated by the Syrian army units after the ambush brought the Syrian forces in a good position to attack the larger number of armed terrorists near the capital, Damascus. The armed extremists were ambushed by units of the Syrian army when the foreign-supported terrorists tried to sneak into the Ghouta countryside, which is located on the outskirts of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

According to the report by the official news agency from Syria, SANA, the Syrian soldiers were able to kill all armed militants in this ambush near Damascus. SANA further reported that the majority of the eliminated extremists were affiliated to the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot, the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra). In addition, it is said that also some foreign fighters were among the armed jihadists of this group, which were linked to the Islamist forces of the al-Nusra Front. They are history now.

As already stated, after intense battles today, the Syrian army was able to gain more ground in the northern city of Aleppo (Halab). A larger number of terrorists has been killed in these fiece clashes, especially in northern Aleppo. However, it seems the majority of losses are on the side of the foreign-backed terrorists due to the result that the troops of the Syrian Arab army (SAA) were able to make significant gains after the fierce flashes against these armed extremist groups in the northern city of Aleppo (Halab). A major battle took place near the intelligence building of the Syrian Air Force in the district of al-Layramun earlier this day.

The Syrian Air Force intelligence building in the al-Layramun district is located near the strategically important and former economic centre of Syria, Aleppo. After several armed terrorists were moving towards the two Syrian villages of Nabul and Zahraa near Aleppo, the Syrian army forces have struck back and a fierce battle has been the result. According to the latest information, the terrorists were pushed back and some of them are already under Syrian soil.

In regards of the mentioned sad news from Damascus, an explosive device, which has been planted by the foreign-backed terrorists near a school in Qatana, located in the countryside of the capital Damascus, has caused the death of at least six Syrian civilians while four other civilians were wounded. The foreign-supported terrorists have thus again planted an explosive device near a school in Syria and this shows yet again the huge level of readiness for violence and terrorism by the Western-backed terrorist forces on Syrian ground.

After the last car bomb attack in an (sadly) already “famous” suburb of the Syrian capital Damascus, this attack by an explosive device in the Damascus countryside of Qatana is the next horrible act by these terrorist groups fighting in Syria against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad.

And yes, we will state it over and over again – it is a damn secular government and no Islamist government as it is the situation in some known other Arab countries. The maintained secular government of Syria is one of the major reasons why all the different sects and religions could live together in Syria without huge problems and without any sectarian hatred since a long time – in contrast to some other Arab countries.

However, whether secular or not, this does not matter for the backers of the attempt for an armed and violent overthrow of the Syrian government and President Bashar al-Assad in the capital Damascus – at any cost and as it became obvious already a long time ago, also on the cost of a lot of blood of Syrian civilians.

At least, it seems that no kid was killed by this explosive device that has been planted near a school in the Damascus countryside of Qatana. We wish the wounded Syrian civilians the best and hope that they are able to quickly recover from their injuries.

The explosion in Qatana, located in the countryside of Damascus, comes a day after 18 Syrian civilians, among them sadly also children, were killed in a car bomb attack in the Damascus suburb of Jaramana (another “Jaramana bombing”), as already mentioned briefly. Jaramana (suburb of the Syrian capital) has been a main target for the armed terrorists and jihadists who are operating in Syria. One the one hand, the foreign-backed terrorists do not like the fact that the majority of the residents of this suburb (Jaramana) of Damascus are Druze and Christian.

On the other hand, the residents oppose the foreign-backed terrorists and support the Syrian government. This seems to be enough to kill their children in cowardly car bomb attacks – and the West yet supports this, in addition to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel, and the Turkish Erdogan regime, Jordan, Britain, Germany, France, and Washington.


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