Terrorists remotely detonated a car bomb outside a polices station in Barzeh, north of Damascus, on Wednesday morning, 10 May.
Police officer Lieutenant Colonial Sharaf Muhannad Fendi Jadallah succumbed to his injuries since the Syrian law enforcement first issued the statement. Four others have been wounded. Details are not available at this time.
None of the al Qaeda factions has taken credit for this atrocity.
Last month saw a car explosion in the eastern Mezzeh neighborhood of Damascus that law enforcement believed to be prematurely detonated; two persons were hospitalized, and three vehicles were destroyed. It was also suspected to have been an assassination attempt.
Terrorists of all factions – FSA, al Qaeda, Jaish al Islam, Jabhat al Nusra – have used the cowardly remote detonation of vehicles to slaughter every segment of the Syrian population since the launch of the NATO Spring against the Republic in March 2011.
On 18 June 2013, FSA terrorists remotely detonated the vehicle of Dr Seham Dannoun, a professor at Damascus University. She required bilateral above the knee amputations:
Terrorists kill three, wound twenty, in three car bombings in Qamlishi: