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First Footage Of Suicide Bombs In Damascus; West, GCC Trying To Send A Message To Syria Ahead Of Peace Talks

by Brandon Turbeville, Activist Post:

As terrorists in Syria celebrated their six-year anniversary of being pawns of the West, GCC, and Israel, the celebration was apparently capped off with suicide bombings throughout Damascus, including a court house where Syrians had gathered to sign marriage papers.

At least thirty people were killed at the Palace of Justice and sixty others were wounded when a terrorist detonated his explosive vest.

There have been a series of suicide bombings in Damascus as of late in an apparent attempt to send a message to the Syrian government and the Syrian people that, while the Syrian military might be making major gains throughout the country, terrorists are still able to penetrate to the heart of the government’s territory. The bombings also send the message that civilians are not safe no matter where they are.

On March 11, terrorists from Jaysh al-Islam fired mortars and rockets at buildings in Damascus hitting one behind Daar al-Shifaa hospital. Many suspect these attacks were actually aimed at drawing attention and providing cover for the terrorists engaging in the attack on the buses.

Ziad Fadel of Syrian Perspective reported early on that the attacks were coordinated by the Saudis in anticipation of the Astana and Geneva talks.

The first video of the aftermath of the attack is now available and was published at al-Masdar News. Notice Syria’s real first responders dressed in red.

As Mimi al-Laham (SyrianGirl) wrote, “No one will be giving them an oscar since they are not linked to alQaeda like the white helmets are.”

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