NATO Backed Al Qaeda Terrorists Target Syrian Prime Minister in Damascus
By Arabi Souri
Global Research, April 29, 2013
Syria News
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NATO backed Wahhabi terrorists from Al-Qaeda Levant known as Al-Nusra Front working under the FSA umbrella responded to the Syrian call for dialogue and tolerance among Syrians by targeting the Syrian Prime Minister Wael Halaqi in upscale Mazzeh Western Villas neighborhood. Dr. Halaqi escaped the assassination attempt that left scores of casualties among civilians due to the dense civilian residential neighborhood in addition to a number of the prime minister’s escorts.


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Initial information mentioned the explosive device was detonated by a ‘non-lethal’ remote control provided by citizens of the United States as part of the $365 million plus $135 million cut from US citizens’ welfare and paid to Al-Qaeda directly in Syria.

8 killed, 16 injured in this explosion per initial reports and the number is expected to rise, Dr. Halaqi checked at a hospital for minor injuries and was discharged, he continued his daily work as usual. Note the school girls crossing by in the above video.

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 It’s not the first time Syrian officials are targeted, in July 22, 2012 4 top officials including the minister of defense Daud Abdulla Rajha were killed in an explosion CIA style in Damascus, even top Muslim cleric Muhammad Saeed Ramadan Buti was killed by a suicide bomber who blew himself inside a mosque killing 52 worshipers with martyr Dr. Buti, 2 top bishops in Aleppo were kidnapped last week to promote ‘democracy’ and ‘free speech’ Taliban-Style while trying to negotiate the release of a number of kidnapped civilians in the city! Syria’s infrastructure is systematically targeted as well in an obvious plot to destroy another sovereign secular state and replace it with fanatic ‘anti-Islamic’ Islamist enclaves.

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