Terror attacks continue in Syria and continue to be ignored by western media. On 21 January, Aleppo came under another round of murderous rocket shelling. This time, the ground-to-ground bombing attack was launched against the Jamiet al Zahraa neighborhood. One child was murdered, along with two women. Three others were injured.
Savages have been firing from the outskirts of Aleppo and Idlib countrysides, bombing civilian homes, apartments, and small businesses. Over the recent period, fourteen civilians have been killed, dozens injured, and countless homes partially destroyed. Western MSM remain silent, only putting Syria into the news to continue to support terrorists, particularly those in the al Qaeda haven of Idlib.
In Hasaka and Raqqa, Erdogan regime occupation forces have found their criminal mercenaries balking at the idea to redeploy their savagery to Libya, and are now using economic coercion to force them into compliance (paychecks are being withheld).
The human garbage of Jabhat al Nusra continue to prevent people from leaving al Qaeda occupied areas. From SANA:
“Terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra and groups affiliated to it continue to prevent civilians from exiting to safe areas through humanitarian corridors in Idleb and Aleppo countryside.
“SANA’s reporters said on Tuesday that no civilians have exited terrorist-controlled areas through Abu al-Duhour, al-Hobeit, and al-Hader corridors on this day, which marks nine days since the corridors were set up.
“The reporters said that the authorities are fully prepared to receive those who wish to exit and head to safe areas, with mobile clinics, ambulances, buses, and food supplies being prepared for them.
“Terrorist groups are deploying more of their members on the roads leading to the three areas, preventing civilians at gunpoint from reaching them.”
We reiterate that the weapons used by the various faction of al Qaeda invaders in Syria do not fall, like manna, from the heavens.
The weapons used by these monsters are NATO weapons, directly or indirectly, from NATO countries.