syrian capital 14 people died new bomb attacks

Syria: Bomb attack in al-Mleiha
Syria: Bomb attack in al-Mleiha
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Sad news from the Syrian capital Damascus. At least 14 people have been killed by two bomb attacks carried out by the foreign-backed militants and jihadists, often called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) or “democratic innocent people just defending themselves” by Western mass media. So according to the facts on ground in Syria since over two years, some might wish these European states some of these “democratic freedom-lovers” due the situation that their media and politicians love these militants so much.

The two bomb attacks in the Syrian capital Damascus were carried out near a police station after other explosive devices blew off near the known Marjeh Square in the central area of the Syrian capital Damascus. According to the Syrian Al-Ikhbariya television station, not only (at least) 14 people died due to the next terrorist attack in the Syrian capital, but also some 31 innocent Syrians were injured in this incident today.

Although there is so far no group which has claimed the responsibility for this terrorist attack in the capital of Syria, it seems logical that the foreign-backed militants and jihadists are behind such acts of pure terrorism against the innocent citizens of the Syrian capital. Thus, that the Syrian television channel Al-Ikhbariya has soon blamed the US-backed terrorists within Syria is not very far fetched, but logical.

After all the successful operations of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in recent weeks, for example in al-Qusayr and the countryside of al-Qusayr near the border to Lebanon and the recent successful operations in the largest Syrian city Aleppo and the northern region of Syria, these next car bombs and acts of terror against the Syrian citizens of the capital Damascus can be taken as a cruel revenge and a last attempt of these foreign-backed militants and Islamists to spread fear in the capital. It is possible that these armed thugs wanted to give a sign that they are still able to carry out such horrible attacks against civilians in the capital of Syria.

While this horrible sign by these uneducated thugs and al-Qaeda fanatics is sure bad in terms of that there is not yet a real level of security implemented by the Syrian government even in the capital of the country, this cruel sign just boosts the morale of the resistance against this sectarian terrorism and the proxy war by foreign nations, including Arab traitors in Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, who are just working hand in hand with the Israeli regime and the American regime of terrorism, covered by mass media and politicians as the “world police” and “suppliers of democracy”. My ass.

Already some days ago, on June 8, at least eight people were killed in a car bomb blast in Al-Adawiya neighborhood of city of Homs. According to the reports, also some innocent Syrians were injured in this blast.

As mentioned, these recent horrible acts of terrorism came as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) took control of the last militant bastion near the strategic town of al-Qusayr (al-Qusayyr) also in the province of the Syrian city of Homs and located near the Syrian border to Lebanon.

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4 Comments

  1. This is the only way now NATO mercenaries can "retaliate" and the western Zionist fascist regimes will go on supporting them. But eventually as the SAA nose tightens around them,these monsters will not stand idle they will go back to the capitals of Europe and bomb "infidels" there. What goes around, comes around so to speak. They will reap what they have sown and the Eurocrats are already feeling the heat hence their hesitation. .

  2. Mikhas, This is exactly what those TERRORISTS & QAEDAS are going to do when they are done with SYRIA. Weather they lose or win the war. THE MONEY & THE WEAPONS LEFT THEY ARE GETTING FROM EUROPEAN COUNTRIES ARE GOING TO END UP IN THEIR CITIES WITH OUT ANY DOUBT OR HESITATION. KEEP FEEDING THOSE BASTARD TERRORISTS THEY WILL SHOW YOU (EUROPEAN COUNTRIES) THEIR LOYALTY TO THEM.

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