A CNN report has covered up a heinous attack on children, women and elderly by Syrian Islamic extremist rebels.
127 Syrian evacuees were killed when a massive bomb ripped through their convoy of buses, carrying them way from the besieged towns of Fua and Kfarya to government controlled Aleppo.
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95 of the victims were children; some of whom were burnt to death in the blast.
A suicide bomber woke up last Saturday morning and decided to go and kill himself some Shia children.
He pulled up in an aids truck next to the waiting convoy at a rebel-held area on the outskirts of Aleppo.
He then started dishing out snacks to hungry children before detonating his device.
CNN described the heinous crime a consequence of “brutal war between Sunni and Shia,” calling the innocent victims “Assad Supporters.”
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A heinous attack on children by anti-government fighters? Nope, just ‘Assad supporters’ killed in a ‘war between Sunni and Shia’
Russia Insider reports:
What really happened:
The civilians in their buses, mostly elderly, women and children, were guarded by “rebels” of Ahrar al Sham. They were hungry. Someone appeared on the scene and distributed crisps. When children flocked around the food distribution a blue car drove up and a very large explosion occurred. Four buses full of people and a number of cars were totally destroyed.
What looks like a before and after, absolutely horrific. @IvankaTrump #SeenThisIvanka pic.twitter.com/Lf4MmjSeiB
— Bassem (@BBassem7) April 15, 2017
Burned civilians and children in a suicide #VBIED attack against Shia civilians evacuated from Fua and Kfarya. Tens of killed reported pic.twitter.com/SJ19HM5Zog
— Elijah J. Magnier (@EjmAlrai) April 15, 2017
Photographer falls to his knees in front a child burned by the terrorists the US govt has continued 2 support for the last 6 yrs #FuaKefraya pic.twitter.com/XnVZkHrvi3
— Partisangirl 🇸🇾 (@Partisangirl) April 16, 2017
127 of the civilians, only a mile or two from the safe government area, were killed in the suicide attack including 95 children. Many more were wounded. An unknown number of Ahrar al Sham “rebel” guards were also killed.
These would be civilians from a small Shia enclave in Idlib under siege by Salafist jihadis. Being Shia, the Salafists rebels consider it their religious duty to murder and enslave them. (As “apostates” the option of “converting” is not open to them.)
That evacuation actually happened was a small miracle in itself — the last time it was attempted, the buses supposed to do it were burned on the way there. This time they were hit going back when they were full people.
Nothing comparable has ever happened during government evacuations. (Moreover those who are not evacuated from rebel-held enclaves are not murdered and enslaved but amnestied and reintegrated.)
What happened according to CNN:
0:00 “Dozens of supporters of president Bashar al-Assad are the latest victim of Syria’s brutal civil war.”
No mention of who may have actually carried out the attack (bin Ladenite groups the US has been using as a battering ram against the Syrian state). A reminder this is a “brutal” civil war so no need to get overly horrified. And these are not hungry children, they’re “Assad supporters”.
A short glimpse of the aftermath and we’re off to a reporter who gives the absolutely false context for the attack as it being a part of a two-sided Sunni-Shia “sectarian violence”. Then laments the evacuation of Shia civilians besieged by Salafist fanatics for “permanently changing the ethnic and demographic map” which has been a rebel talking point against evacuations even as they’re set on changing the demographics by murdering and forcibly converting apostates and infidels.
0:47 “A lot of issues here involve a sectarian nature of violence, the Syrian regime being predominantly Shia with Shia supporters and the rebels being Sunni”
2:26 “Sunnis are leaving areas surrounded by Shias and Shias are leaving areas surrounded by Sunnis, the country is sort of splitting in two”
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