Deir Ezzor, SANA – The US led coalition committed a new massacre against civilians to the southeast of Deir Ezzor city, leaving 35 people dead as a result of raids launched Thursday evening.
Identical local and media sources said that explosions rocked the city of al-Mayadeen in the southeastern countryside of Deir Ezzor province after warplanes of the US led coalition shelled the area yesterday in the evening.
The sources affirmed that 35 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed in the airstrikes, noting that the raids targeted the city’s market and a 4-floor building that was completely destroyed.
Scores of people were also injured in the coalition’s shelling attack.
H. Said 26 May 2017
The US led coalition slaughtering Syrian civilians in the Deir Ezzor area is nothing new. These Syrians are considered unimportant collateral damage as the US-led coalition continues to help ISIS terrorists against the Syrian Arab Republic.
The US led coalition was not thrilled by the Syrian Arab Army’s recent foiling of ISIS attacks against the Deir Ezzor Airport.
In mid-April, the US led coalition massacred hundreds in Hatla, east of Deir Ezzor.
In February, the US led coalition provided air cover to terrorists invading from Mosul. Nonetheless, the SAA killed 1,500 in Deir Ezzor.
The US led coalition bombed and completely destroyed the al Ashara and al Mayadeen bridges in Deir Ezzor, bridges used by hundreds of thousands of Syrian civilians, in October.
In September, the US led coalition accidentally bombed a Syrian military base in Deir Ezzor, accidentally massacring 83 soldiers, and accidentally assisting ISIS.
When the US led coalition is not accidentally or intentionally bombing civilians and soldiers defending their country from foreign terrorists, it is supplying these savages with weapons used to slaughter both. In January 2016, 300 persons were massacred in Deir Ezzor.
More recently, Saudi President Trump intentionally murdered Syrian soldiers — with some ‘accidental’ civilian deaths — at the Ash Shai’rat air base near Homs.
Speaking of Homs, after the last of the terrorists of al Waer were put on those green buses, the SAA has discovered huge weapons caches, courtesy of the US led coalition, and of Israel. Though Israel is not an official member of the US-led coalition, it was ISIS in Syria’s first air force, and also proudly brags of giving millions in state of the art medical care to wounded terrorists.
Post liberation of Aleppo, Russian sappers cleansed almost 1,000 hectares of explosives, and the SAA found huge depots of NATO weapons, gifts from the US led coalition.