Friday, October 2, 2020

Syria: 9 Students Injured by a Landmine Explosion South of Damascus

Nine children were injured when a landmine exploded with them while they were returning home from their school in the town of Beit Jinn, in the southwestern countryside of Damascus, Syria.

The children sustained medium to severe injuries and were rushed to nearby hospitals, two of them were later transferred to Al Mujtahid Main Hospital in the Syrian capital Damascus.

US-sponsored terrorists have planted a massive number of explosives, some military-grade landmines and others IEDs - Improvised Explosive Devices, the criminal minds of al Qaeda assorted groups of terrorists and their Pentagon sponsors were very creative in making the explosives into different shapes like toys, household items tools, books, and inside vehicles. Most of the explosives are hidden very carefully and can live for decades after the terrorists fled.

Despite the huge overwhelming efforts by the Syrian Army's engineering units in demining areas newly liberated from terrorists, and despite the efforts by Syria's allies namely Russian and Armenian sappers, there are still large numbers of explosives planted in all the regions infested earlier with terrorists, you can thank the western taxpayers' generosity for the abundant supplies they've given al Qaeda terrorists in Syria.

More about this latest explosion and previous landmine explosions in this report: Nine Students Injured by a Landmine Explosion Southwest of Damascus.

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