In the early morning, NATO armed moderate terrorists fired more rockets into Aleppo. One civilian was martyred, and several others wounded. This follows Sunday’s terror attack, in which 6 Syrian civilians were murdered from mortars and missiles, funded by
16 July, Aleppo, SANA-A civilian was martyred and two others were injured in a terrorist attack with rocket shells on residential buildings in al-Hamadanyia and al-Azamyia in Aleppo City.
SANA reporter in Aleppo said that terrorist groups positioned in al-Rashidin area, west of Aleppo city, continued to attack residential neighborhoods in Aleppo city as they targeted the neighborhoods of al-Hamadanyia and al-Azamyia with rocket shells.
The reporter added that a civilian was martyred in the attack and others sustained wounds of varying severity, in addition to causing material damages to the locals’ properties and the public properties.
The injured were rushed to the hospital to receive the required treatment, the reporter added.
The reporter indicated that army units immediately retaliated through targeting the areas from where the rockets were launched in al-Rashidin neighborhood, killing scores of terrorists and destroying their positions and rocket launch pads. — Ruaa al-Jazaeri
Note that the deadly moderate rockets were fired from al Rashidin; everyone should know the name of this town.
On 15 April 2017, takfiri savages massacred upwards of 130 Syrian women and children, during an exchange of imprisoned terrorists for civilian hostages, in a deal that had been brokered by ally Iran and enemy Qatar.
In the mayhem, dozens of Syrian children were kidnapped, many brought in to Turkey. Families wrote an open letter — ignored my western colonial media — holding Ahrar al Sham, Nusra, Qatar, and Turkey specifically responsible for the carnage and kidnappings.
The slaughter of civilians — mostly women and children — was so heinous that the criminal MSM could not keep a lid on it; instead, they ran amok deifying an alleged photographer as a hero for having done a photo op holding a dead or unconscious Syrian child — an alleged photographer who had previously been interviewed from Aleppo in fall 2016, and from Khan Sheikhoun, Idlib.