WARNING: The above video may be disturbing for some viewers.
At least 68 young children and BEAUTIFUL babies were slaughtered by US backed rebels/extremists. More than 126 in total were blown to pieces, mostly women and children who were fleeing yet another Western engineered war. And this was no accident. These children were lured in with potato chips to get as many as them as possible in to the blast zone to be executed.
‘A Massacre is Inevitable’ wrote the Los Angeles Times in an article dated Sep. 23, 2016. The prophecy was fulfilled on April 15, 2017. The article had detailed the long siege of Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya which had begun March 28, 2015.
The accuracy of any information surrounding this horrific ordeal is debatable at best, however, here is a basic background to events leading up to the massacre, courtesy of ahtribune.com:
April 13, 2017: a convoy of buses carrying 5,000 people from the neighboring villages of Al-Fu’ah and Kafriya left the area on their way to Jebrin center, in Aleppo, which is a meeting place to provide initial food and medical care to displaced Syrians. The two villages are in the Idlib Province, West of Aleppo. They had been under siege for several years, surrounded by terrorists fighting the Syrian government, because these villages were populated by Shia Muslims. The terrorists in Syria, regardless of their name or international supporters, are all radical Salafi Muslims. This was a sectarian siege of civilians.
On the way to Aleppo the buses stopped at Rashidin, and were parked there for 2 ½ days. During this time the terrorists who were in control of the buses and evacuation plan refused to allow the families to leave the bus for bodily functions, or to provide any food. Thousands of people were tightly packed into commercial buses, and were entire families: the elderly, men, women, children and babies.
April 15, 2017: Rashidin is in the heart of terrorist-controlled territory in the Idlib Province. The terrorist group Ahrar al Sham was in control of the buses. While hundreds of people were sitting in these buses, literally parked bumper to bumper, a truck pulled up and announced it had potato chips for the kids. The kids came pouring out of the buses running toward the truck, which was parked opposite of the buses, in a gasoline station. They had been without food deliveries for 2 ½ days. The truck was packed with explosives and detonated by remote control. The ensuing explosion and fire ripped through 6 buses packed with people, killing over 100, injuring many more, and also destroyed 20 Syrian Red Crescent ambulances which were part of the convoy.
Who is Ahrar al-Sham?
Ahrar al-Sham, is a coalition of multiple Salafist units, with support from Qatar and Turkey. Ahrar al-Sham aims to create an Islamic state under Sharia law, and was for a time openly allied with the al-Nusra Front, an affiliate of al-Qaeda, until a rift in January 2017. Syria, the United Arab Emirates, Russia, Iran and Egypt have designated Ahrar al-Sham as a terrorist organisation while according to the U.S. Department of State, “Ahrar al-Sham is not a designated foreign terrorist organisation“. While CNN and BBC describe them as ‘rebels’ fighting the “Assad Regime”, they are not. The use of the term rebels implies that the ‘rebel’ is rebelling against their own government, or leader. However, these terrorists are not all Syrian. They are a mixture of various regions: North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and t he Middle East. A citizen of Belgium, for example, cannot be labelled as a “Syrian Rebel”.
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