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Syria: FSA killed further innocents in Damascus


Syria, Damascus – Several innocent residents of the Syrian capital Damascus died by the shelling of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) while other citizens of Damascus were injured due to the shelling of a residential district in the central area of the capital.

The radical fighters of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), the armed militia of the staged external Syrian opposition, lobbed some mortar shells into a residential quarter and a government area in central Damascus. These attacks on the central areas in the Syrian capital Damascus has caused the death of several innocent Syrian citizens and others were injured by these mortar shells.

Some of these mortar shells which were lobbed by the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) into this residential area of central Damascus have also hit a nearby stadium and the attack on residential area(s) in the capital of Syria shows again that these fighters, mercenaries and cheap human resources of the Gulf States, NATO countries and neighbouring countries of Syria even attack innocent civilians and residential areas without hesitation.

Thus, nobody can still believe that these fighters and religious fanatics of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and all the other armed groups who are fighting against the Syrian Arab army and the government in Damascus are peaceful, democratic and secular.

Of course, the NATO propaganda still tries to sell this, but it seems that it does not work so well anymore. At least, more and more foreigners in European countries and even in the United States wake up and see through these lies.

Beside this attack of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) at the residential and government area in central Damascus, there has also been another attack at a national memorial which is located in one of the suburbs of the Syrian capital Damascus. Again, some radical fighters shelled this national memorial and have caused casualties.

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