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Radio Sham: Terrorists killed seven Syrian civilians

FSA Field Execution in Der Ezzor sponsored by "western democracies"

Radio Sham: Terrorists killed seven Syrian civilians.

While the Syrian government in Damascus has strongly condemned the assassination of the prominent Tunisian opposition leader Mohamed al-Brahmi, who was killed in front his house by eleven shots from close range in Tunis yesterday, there is news about a possible new massacre that has taken place in Syria today.

According to the report by the Syrian radio station “Radio Sham”, at least seven Syrian civilians have been killed by a group of foreign-supported terrorist in the town of Makbara today. The Syrian town of Makbara lies in north-eastern Syria, in the province of al-Hasakah.

The Syrian radio station “Radio Sham” reports that the massacre took place today in the town of Makbara but there is no more detailed information about the incident available so far. Same applies for the identity of the terrorists among the group of perpetrators who have at least killed seven civilians in this Syrian town.

After the new terrorist bombing, another “Jaramana bombing”, carried out in the Jaramana suburb, which lies in the southeast of the Syrian capital Damascus, the killing of the at least seven Syrian civilians in the town of Makbara (province of al-Hasakah) could be the next horrible crime carried out by foreign-backed terrorists on Syrian soil within 24 hours.

The so-called “Jaramana bombing” has been already condemned by the Russian Foreign Ministry but it seems the Western governments need either more time or are not interested in condemning the crimes of their supported terrorist forces within Syria. At least seven civilians were killed and about 66 other people injured in the car bomb attack in the Jaramana suburb, near the capital Damascus.

The information by the Foreign Ministry of Syria says that the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) has already claimed the responsibility for the car bomb attack in the Jaramana suburb yesterday and there are no real doubts about this.

It smells like a typical car bomb attack by an Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group. Although such a terrorist group as the al-Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) is labelled by the United Nations (UN) as a terrorist entity, this Al-Qaeda-linked group of jihadists and terrorists is still supported by at least one best friend of Western governments – and this “best friend” has a lot of oil.

It is to expect that more details about the possible next massacre, carried out by a foreign-backed terrorist group in Syria, will be published later by the typical news agencies as well as by the Syrian state news agency SANA and others.

FSA Field Execution in Der Ezzor sponsored by 'western democracies'
FSA Field Execution in Der Ezzor sponsored by ‘western democracies’

Under consideration of the area around the Syrian town of Makbara in the province of al-Hasakah and the current situation in this region of Syria, there is almost no possibility that the at least seven civilians (probably civilians) were killed by the Syrian army.

The region of this Syrian town already delivers the assumption that such a massacre could only be carried out by a terrorist group. Of course, we have to wait for further details and information about the killing of these at least seven people in the Syrian town of Makbara.

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  1. Arklight

    The killing of unarmed noncombatants seems to be a real hobby of the Islamist swine. I hope that when the SAA track them down, that SAA will accord the swine the same mercy that the swine show toward the innocents. Go, SAA! Get on with the rat killin’!

    • Nassir


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