Friday, April 16, 2021

Two Turkey-sponsored Terrorists Killed and an Explosion in 3 Incidents in Aleppo Countryside

Al-Bab city is in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo and it's occupied by Erdogan loyalists of Al Qaeda assorted terrorist groups; ever since they infested the city and its surrounding towns there was never a day without any security incident, if they don't fight others they fight in between over spoils they steal from the locals.

IED Explosion in Al Bab city - Aleppo - Syria


Yesterday, 15 of April, was not different for the people of the northern Syrian city of Al-Bab, there were 3 incidents involving attacks in which terrorists were involved in including fratricide.

A terrorist commander was killed by an unknown gunman, the body of another terrorist was found by the locals in the early morning, and an explosion of a bomb plastered on a truck took place in the center of the city.

The last incident, the explosion of the IED, was reported by locals without casualties, however, there is obvious material damage and fear spreading among the innocent people.

Al-Bab is well known to the Syrian people and those who are following news from Syria from the beginning when in the early days of the US-sponsored 'peaceful protests', the 'peaceful protesters' raided the city's main post office building, murdered the workers, and threw their bodies off the rooftop of the 4-story building in front of a cheering crowd of extra ugly bearded primitives, mostly not even Syrians. The crime of the post office workers was they 'didn't join the peaceful revolution'...!

Of the western mainstream media and sympathizers to Al Qaeda FSA who reported that disgusting incident they called the workers at the post office 'thugs' working for the 'regime' and not feeling for the 'oppressed peaceful protesters'.

More about these latest developments in this report: Two Turkey-sponsored Terrorists Killed in Al-Bab City, North of Aleppo.

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