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Father Killed and Child Injured by a NATO’s Roadside Bomb in Quneitra

Quneitra Province - Southern Syria

A civilian was killed and his child injured by a roadside bomb planted by NATO terrorists in the southwestern Syrian Quneitra province, SANA reported.

The father was killed instantly, his young son and another passenger were injured when their vehicle on the road between the villages of Jabbah and Umm Battnah near the occupied Syrian Golan in the countryside of Quneitra province, southern Syria when the IED – Improvised Explosive Device was detonated.

Nobody claimed responsibility for this heinous attack by the time of writing this report, however, this is the usual style of attacks by the US-sponsored ‘moderate head-choppers‘ targeting civilian vehicles to spread fear panic among the Syrian people and convince them if they want security they will have to surrender to the US’s terms.

The victims were rushed to the nearby Mamdouh Abaza Hospital, the injured are receiving medical treatment and their health-situation is stable, as per the director of the hospital.

NATO terrorists, namely remnants of the ISIS defeated groups, were resurrected by the White House junta of Donald Trump and continued support by the current ‘inclusive and diverse’ junta of Joseph Biden. The regime of the United States of America needs any victory in Syria at any account, the prevailing mentality of ‘the price is worth it’ of the war criminal Madeleine Albright who saw the killing of half a million Iraqi babies is still engraved in the minds of decision-makers in the deep state system in the United States of America.

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  1. Muhammad Turkmani

    Nothing changes in the US foreign policy, even their domestic policies when US ‘presidents’ change, it’s the same criminals in different shapes, colors, and backgrounds.


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