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US-led War of Terror Against Syria, Attrition Terrorism Phase

July 22, 2019 Miri Wood 1

The US-led war of terror against Syria continues its most recent attacks via attrition terrorism, the brutal form of slow genocide against the Syrian citizenry. Yesterday, NATO countries beloved ‘armed moderates’ attacked a phosphate freight train in eastern Homs. The phosphate freight train in the eastern Homs countryside was attacked 21 July by [Continue reading…]

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NATO Criminals Sabotage Shaer Gas Pipeline in Homs

July 15, 2019 Miri Wood 2

NATO & Gulfies sponsored terrorists have now sabotaged the gas pipeline which links the al Shaer gas field with the Ebla Gas Factory in Homs. This system transports 2.5 million cubic meters daily, to power plants needed by the Syrian population. From SANA: 14 July Homs, SANA- The gas pipeline linking [Continue reading…]

Iran: Tanker Pirated by Brit Thugs Not Headed to Baniyas

July 7, 2019 Miri Wood 0

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister, Abbas Araqchi has publicly stated that the victim of “maritime robbery” by British royal thuggery on 4 July, was not en route to Syria’s Baniyas Refinery, on the Mediterranean coast. In a live press conference, 7 July, FM Araqchi stated: Despite what the government of England [Continue reading…]

Syria: Oil Pipelines Sabotaged in Tartous Marine Terminal

June 25, 2019 Miri Wood 5

An oil leak in the Baniyas Marine Terminal on Saturday led to the discovery of the sabotage of 6 pipelines, averting an environmental disaster in the Mediterranean. The sabotaged pipelines were those which connect to ships transporting crude oil to the refinery. Baniyas is one of Syria’s two refineries; the [Continue reading…]

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Lattakia: Where is International Law when We Are under International Terrorism?

September 18, 2018 Miri Wood 4

How did Syrians receive the international aggression on Lattakia? It happened last night at 9:50 pm, Monday, September 17, 2018. In my country, there are no sirens to warn our people about any possible enemy aggression. Instead, we just saw flames in our skies. At first, we thought it could [Continue reading…]