terrorists syria massacre kurds 120 children

Massacre in Khan al-Assal (Source: SANA)
Massacre in Khan al-Assal (Source: SANA)
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Northern Syria: Foreign-Backed Terrorists Kill 450 Kurdish civilians.

Just some days after the massacre against over 120 Syrians in the town of Khan al-Assal near the strategically important city of Aleppo (Halab), another group of foreign-supported terrorists have perpetrated the next and even more horrible massacre on Syrian soil. According to the report by al-Alam, the a terrorist group of the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Nusra Front) have killed about 450 Kurdish civilians in northern Syria – including 120 innocent children.

The next massacre in Syria was carried out in a Kurdish-majority region in northern Syria and the perpetrators shall belong, as mentioned, to the Syrian Al-Qaeda branch, the so-called Jabhat al-Nusra / al-Nusra Front, although this information should be put into question till it is really confirmed.

There are some doubts and it would be no surprise if not the Al-Qaeda jihadists but the criminals of the foreign-supported “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) would be behind this horrible massacre against such a large number of innocent Kurdish civilians, including about 120 children.

The report by al-Alam about the next massacre on Syrian soil says that an al-Qaeda-linked jihadist brigade (al-Nusra Front) has attacked the district of Tal Abyad in the governorate of Raqqa (located in northern Syrian) on Monday.

The alleged jihadist brigade of the Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Nusra Front / as stated, there are some doubts and that the FSA could be behind this horrible massacre is also possible) has then killed about 330 Kurdish women and elderly men as well as about 120 children in Tal Abyad.

This is the next massacre after foreign-backed terrorists have killed over 120 Syrians in Khan al-Assal, as reported. In addition, a group of armed Islamists of the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) has attacked two Kurdish villages in Aleppo about a week ago.

The armed jihadists took hostage of around 200 Kurdish civilians and since then, there were not much information about the conditions of the hostages in the hands of these armed jihadists. The fighting between the Kurdish fighters and the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot in northern Syria is still escalating and is even, as expected, extending on the north-eastern region of Syria.

The Kurdish fighters oppose the foreign-supported terrorism and interference in Syria and are waging an honourable battle against the jihadists of the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) since a long time now. In addition, the Kurdish fighters also oppose the foreign-supported criminals of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA). In the last weeks, several groups of Kurdish fighters were able to push back some armed groups of these Islamist brigades as well as some gangs of the FSA in the area of Tal Abyad.

Massacre in Khan al-Assal (Source: SANA)
Massacre in Khan al-Assal (Source: SANA)

The massacre against over 400 Kurdish people, including 120 children, in Tal Abyad in northern Syria is probably the most horrible incident on Syrian soil since the beginning of the foreign-supported proxy war, terrorism, and violence in Syria (including the attempt to implement the so-called Salvador option on Syrian soil).

The foreign-supported terrorist groups, criminals, gunmen, and jihadists are responsible for a lot of violence, rapes, tortures and many other horrible crimes between the borders of Syria. Their backers in the West, in Israel, Turkey and also in the both totalitarian dictatorships of Saudi Arabia and Qatar have this blood on their hands, too.

The Tal Abyad massacre by the Syrian Al-Qaeda offshoot, Jabhat al Nusra, has such an huge level of atrocity that it is almost not to believe, or at least, one is almost unable to believe that so-called humans are able to kill over 400 innocent Kurdish civilians, including the horrible large amount of Kurdish women and children.

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16 Comments

  1. Whomever the rats are, they better just get the Hell off Kurdish territory, if they can.

    Note: rather than ‘next’, in this context, you might try ‘most recent’. Good job on the article, by the way.

  2. The Kurds in Syria were already fighting the terrorists, I sincerely hope that after this atrocity the Kurds in Turkey start blocking the terrorists in Turkish territory as well as block Turkey to help the terrorists. Payback time for the terrorists.

  3. As informative as your published articles are, you may try to incorporate pictures, links to video footage or other sources of primary evidence. Proof is what lacks in the western media’s junk. So, don’t make the same mistake and leave the readers with little to no evidence or reference what really happened. Quality journalism is hard work but, on properly researched, referenced and accurately published article shall have more impact than many “unaccompanied” flashes of the terrible scenario. One more thought: if you use a more neutral language rather than vivid expressions such as “Nusra Front rats” or “Saudi puppet scum” or whatever (we know they are), you may get more forwards and distribution of you writing. Again, those are just suggestions. I appriciate your work anyway – Thanks…
    btw: I have worked and lived in Syria for 5 years, prior to the senseless and terrifying slaughter

    • As already stated. You´ll easily find out that the origin of the footage is not Syria and that it is several years old.

  4. We will go on with killing the salafi rats…like everyday today again our forces liberate villages and our poeple and kick them back out of our region…..We Kurds will never live under sharia …the gangs of salafists dirigated by turkey to stop our autonomic victory never get succes our forces kill them in groups they cant fight have no layal folk behind them even dont have a honorfull funnerals ust dropped in mass graves and think they go to heaven dirty rats….biji PKK YPG.

    • PKK:

      I’m curious about your statement that the guerillas ‘can’t fight’; does that mean that they have no notion whatever of fighting, or they don’t approach the Kurdish standard of a fighter, which is pretty high. By the way, a tip of the hat to YPG, best wishes for your success against the guerillas, and good hunting.

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