On Friday, the jihadist rebels in northern Hama launched a deadly attack on a densely populated town controlled by Syrian government. 

According to a military source in northern Hama, the jihadist rebels fired several missiles towards the large Christian town of Mhardeh, which is located near the Idlib axis. 

As a result of this attack, at least nine civilians were killed and another 20 more were seriously wounded. 

Due to its proximity to the jihadist held towns in northern Hama, Mhardeh has been a prime target for groups like Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and thr Free Syrian Army (FSA). 

The jihadist rebels launch this attack this evening in response to the large scale buildup of Syrian army troops in northwest Syria.

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n.md.148
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the more reason to eliminate all zio terrorists for their war crimes against the syrian people

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

Shitlamists, not Zios.
All real Christians are zionists by essence : you can’t be Christian and not to be Zionist! Christianity = Judaism for Goys, LOL!

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no real eastern christians we pray to jesus christ not israel. leave the worship of israel to american christians who have fake churches less than 100 years old. they are fake christians just like jihadist wahabbists are fake islam

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I believe this is the largest Christian town in Syria. I lost track on how many times the town was been attacked in retaliation for terrorist losses. It never ever fails. When Jihadi, genocidal, fanatic losers backed by US,Israeli,British, Turkish, French, Saudi, et all suffer well DESERVED defeat – Christians are slaughtered. NO QUATER. DESTROY THEM ALL.

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USR

“Those who trust in their riches will fall, but the righteous will thrive like a green leaf.” Proverbs 11:28

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The one who wrote it must have abused what Ozzy calls “Sweet leaf”

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est338lapua

says Daeshbag the f1lthy treacherous joo

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Bob, you really assert poorly what’s happening in a boolean binary botched way.
It’s not 1 camp vs. another, and you totally misunderstand who is implied at what level, against whom and for what purpose. You even point some being neutral or having pulled out whle you forget 2 of the 3 main responsibles for all this pitiful and blöody mess.
There are 2 nations with imperialistic projects, you forgot one!

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I stated the obvious truths. There are many Nations involved in the take down of Syria and each have their own objectives. Pro Syria vs Anti Syria. It is that simple. Another obvious observation is that Assad and Russians have protected Christians who are dispensable to the Anti-Assad crowd because the ends justify the means.

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Diego Prendergast

U.S. backed terrorists from Idlib.

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Daeshbags-Sux

Not even… Qatar/Turkey’s payroll baby! Hey, Kerry wasn’t even able to separate “moderate” rebels from hardcore shithadists… ZERO influence… And Trump’s has not Hussein in his name, neither is he a crypto Muslim. Any way, even Timber Sycamore wasn’t funded on US tax payers. If the US were implied at the level you consider, with the $137bln that have been poured, they’d have directly intervened and Assad would be gone since early 2012 with no risk of clashing with the Russian… Sorry Diego, this model doesn’t works, in some way, by being part of the project, they even undermined it.… Read more »

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Nestor Arapa

Occidente y EE.UU. apoya a estos mercenarios que odian a los cristianos.

sweet robert
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sweet robert

Evil

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Funny how the New York Times doesn’t report this….typical Zionist run media…a classic example of censoring the truth. [email protected] the USA!

sweet robert
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sweet robert

You know it. They are afraid Christians may figure out the US is the enemy and Israel needs the US to fight its’ battles.

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Joe Yousef

low lives scum bags.

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Joe Yousef

Aren’t these as s holes the U.S. Back up? Good job trump.