A Child Killed by a Kurdish SDF Landmine and NATO Terrorists Kill Syrian Soldiers

Yesterday was a bloody day in Syria, death was celebrating the 10th anniversary of the US war of terror and war of attrition waged against the Syrian people, a child was blown up to pieces in northern Syria, and a bus carrying soldiers attacked in southern Syria.

The child was playing with his friends in the suburbs of Ain Issa town in the northern Raqqa countryside when he accidentally stepped on a landmine planted by the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists, the terrorists invaded the town to lure in the other NATO proxy, Turkish forces and their Al Qaeda affiliates then planted landmines surrounding the town to protect themselves before they would flee when the Turks attack.

In the furthest southern Syrian province of Daraa, a bus carrying troops back to their homes came under attack by also US-sponsored ISIS terrorists. No immediate count of the casualties was given.

This comes at the time the NATO hyenas at the UNSC were ‘celebrating’ the 10th anniversary of the holocaust of the Syrian people calling it the ‘Syrian Revolution’, a revolution carried out by mostly non-Syrian terrorists shipped into the country from all sides of the planet crossing multiple borders and loaded with arms and money.

More in this report: Syria: Terrorists Martyr Soldiers, Blow up Children, in another Bloody Day.

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