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NATO Terrorists Blow up Civilian Bus in Raqqa: Thirteen Murdered

Terrorist attack on a bus in Damascus - February 2022 Syria News Archive

NATO-supported terrorists have blown up another bus, murdering thirteen people. This war crime happened at 06:30 am, 20 June, on the Raqqa-Homs Highway in the al Jira area. The bus was a civilian bus, transporting civilians and soldiers. Two civilians and eleven soldiers were martyred. Three army personnel were wounded, though the extent of their injuries has not been reported.

This author continues to remind our readers that weapons do not fall like manna from the heavens, but that they are deadly gifts from NATO countries, supported by NATO-affiliated media, given for the purpose of regime change in the Syrian Arab Republic.

Lest these screenshots be insufficient, we offer the 17 May 2017 video of the Maghaweer al Thawra terrorist representative thanking the NATO war criminal coalition for the “pick up trucks fully equipped with anti-aircraft and individual weapons and TOW platforms, 120 mm and 81 mm guns” for use in slaughtering Syrian Arab Army soldiers in Deir Ezzor (six months later, these terrorists succeeded in martyring General Issam Zahreddine).

As the 6 January Committee meetings continue, we mention the double standards of the members as they persist in meltdown over the riot of the day, while simultaneously either outright supporting terrorism by calling al Qaeda terrorists “freedom fighters” and “rebels” in the Levantine Republic, or simply averting their gaze (as do the NATO junta ruling the United Nations).

Terrorism is defined in the Code of Federal Regulations as ‘the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives’ (28 C.F.R. Section 0.85).“ — (another reminder that what the USA defines as terrorism, is also terrorism in Syria). 

UNSCR 1566 (2004) on terrorism.

The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) has reported on the transfer of “hundreds of Daesh (ISIS) terrorists by the US occupation forces from Iraq and from prisons they control with the QSD [SDF] militia in Hasaka to the vicinity of the occupation’s base in al-Tanf area on the Syrian-Jordanian border for retraining and arming them in preparation to spread them in the Syrian desert and carry out terrorist attacks against the Syrian state and its citizens.”

For our anti-imperialist western readers, we make note that the US invasion and occupation of Syria is a war crime per International Law, as is the fascist Coalition launched by Obama in September 2014. Once Syria joined the CWC — after terrorists used a chemical weapon in al Ghouta, August 2013, and NATO blamed the attack on the SAR — the UN could not force a resolution to Libya the Levantine Republic. As such, Obama and his underlings of the world were forced to use the murder of several international special operatives as excuse to launch the illegal bombings of Syria.

Such bombings were, and remain, war crimes under the Geneva Agreements.

Among recent al Qaeda terrorist attacks was the blowing up a vehicle with farmworkers, massacring eleven and injuring twenty-seven.

Will westerners wishing to end supremacy in their native countries ever acknowledge this will be impossible unless they demand an end to deadly imperialism?

There is no magic. NATO weapons do not fall like manna from the heavens, into the arms of al Qaeda and related terrorists in Syria.

Miri Wood

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