Mass grave in Syria

mass grave.jpgMass Grave Containing 25 Bodies of Kidnapped Citizens Found in al-Qadam Area in Damascus

Sep 21, 2012 - PROVINCES, (SANA) – A unit of the armed forces on Friday uncovered a mass grave including the bodies of 25 citizens who had been kidnapped earlier and killed by the armed terrorist groups in al-Qadam area in Damascus.

The bodies were found bound and blindfolded.

Al-Hajar al-Aswad Cleared from Terrorists

The armed forces units completed clearing al-Hajar al-Aswad area in Damascus from the terrorist groups.

6 IEDs Dismantled in al-Tadamun, al-Hajar al-Aswad Neighborhoods

A unit of the armed forces discovered explosive devices planted by terrorists in al-Tadamun and al-Hajar al-Aswad neighborhoods in Damascus countryside.

An official source told SANA that the armed forces discovered 6 explosive devices, including four in al-Tadamun and two others in al-Hajar al-Aswad, weighing between 30-40 kg.

Terrorists Killed and Arrested, Weapons Seized in Damascus Countryside

A unit of the armed forces killed a number of terrorists in Beit Jen in Damascus Countryside, arrested others and confiscated their weapons.

Smuggled medications and medical equipment were seized.

1 km Long Tunnel for Terrorists Uncovered in Homs City

The authorities on Friday uncovered a tunnel connecting the neighborhoods of al-Khalidiyeh, al-Qusour and al-Hasuiyeh in the city of Homs which is being used by the armed terrorist groups for transporting weapons and moving.

SANA reporter said the tunnel is 1 km long, in which six terrorists were arrested by the authorities.

Many Terrorists Killed and Injured in the Countryside of Homs

Authorities confronted armed terrorist groups which attacked citizens and law-enforcement forces in Deir Ba'albeh in the countryside of Homs.

A source in the province told SANA reporter that the authorities killed and injured many terrorists.

The authorities also clashed with an armed terrorist group in al-Khandaq Street in Bab Hood neighborhood.

A source in the province told SANA reporter that the authorities inflicted heavy losses upon terrorists, killing a number of them, including a sniper.

Authorities Seize 30 kg of C4 Explosives, Weapons and Ammunition in Lattakia

In Lattakia, the authorities seized 30 kg of C4 explosives in a residential apartment in al-Mashroe al-Sabei in the city of Lattakia.

SANA reporter quoted a source in the province as saying that the authorities stormed on Thursday night a hideout for terrorists in al-Tabyat neighborhood in the city of Lattakia.

The source added that large amount of weapons including machineguns, sniper rifles, pump action rifles, communication devices, masks and ammunition were seized inside the hideout.

Competent Authorities Seize 1, 200 Cartons Filled with Stolen Medicine in Lattakia

The competent authorities seized on Friday a big quantity of stolen medicine that was stored in a warehouse in al-Makateb Street in Shreitah area in Lattakia city.

A source in the governorate told SANA that the competent authorities seized 1, 200 cartons of various types of medicine, indicating that a person involved in stealing the medicine was arrested.

A Number of Terrorists Killed in Countryside of Aleppo 

A unit of the armed forces targeted a gathering for terrorists in Qubtan al-Jabal in the countryside of Aleppo, killing scores of them.

The Armed Forces destroyed two DShK-equipped cars and a Mortar cannon, killing terrorists inside the vehicles and a nearby sniper in al-Arqoub area in Aleppo.

Leader of an armed terrorist group, nicknamed Hajj Ibrahim, and the gunmen of his group were killed in Bustan al-Basha in Aleppo.

The army also killed dozens of terrorists who were stationing in al-Sakhour Roundabout in Aleppo.

Terrorist Abdullah Majdami, one of the most dangerous terrorist groups' leaders, was killed in al-Arkoub Roundabout in Aleppo.

20 Kg IED Dismantled in Jisr al-Shughour

The engineering units dismantled on Friday an explosive device weighing 20 kg that terrorists planted in al-Kura Ardieh roundabout in Idleb province.

A source in the governorate told SANA that the device was put in a plastic container and rigged for remote detonation, indicating that the device contained explosives and sharp tools to cause as much damage as possible.

Authorities Seize Large Amounts of Ammunition, Stolen Medicine in Daraa

The authorities seized large amounts of ammunition and stolen medicine in Nahta area in Daraa countryside.

A source in the province told SANA reporter that the authorities also arrested several dangerous terrorists in Daraa and its countryside on Friday.

Army Destroys Weapons-Loaded Trucks, Kills Dozens of Terrorists in Idelb 

The army destroyed two trucks loaded with weapons and ammunition in addition to a number of cars and motorcycles and killed the terrorists riding in them in Shalakh town in Idleb province.

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Who's responsible for terrorist attacks and the suffering of the Syrian people ?

Obama signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for Syrian terrorists seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government.  Obama’s order, approved earlier this year and known as an intelligence “finding,” broadly permits the CIA and other U.S. agencies to provide support that could help the terrorists oust Assad.  C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey. The weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. The United States is setting up joint military, intelligence and medical working teams with Israel, Turkey and Jordan.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Britain would step up its support for the armed groups in Syria, providing them with an additional £5 million (US$7.8 million). The money is used for bomb attacks in Syria.

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