Syria: US-NATO Sponsored Rebels break the Cease Fire

In-depth Report:

Reported this morning, the cease-fire  was broken by the NATO sponsored rebels.

Terrorist acts directed against military posts were conducted  throughout the country on Friday.

“Armed terrorist groups opened fire on military posts in Deir Ezzor, including checkpoints in Halabyeh at 7.25 am and in al-Jabelah at 7.30 am and on a law-enforcement checkpoint at 7.35 am.

An armed terrorist group opened fire on a checkpoint in front of the Cultural Center in Daraa at 7.15 am.

At 7.00 am, armed terrorist groups attacked military locations in the areas of Harem, Silkeen, Wadi al-Daif and al-Allanah in Idelb.

In Homs, armed terrorist groups attacked a military checkpoint in Bab Hood at 11.00 am and law-enforcement checkpoints in Talkalakh at 9.00 am.

In Damascus Countryside, the armed terrorist groups attacked military posts in Harasta, Irbeen and Douma at 9.00 am.” (SANA)

A car bomb attack was carried out in Damascus killing five people and wounding 32, according to “preliminary figures”. (Reuters)

These attacks were carefully planned and coordinated.

The Free Syrian Army rebels are in permanent liaison with NATO. The breaking of the cease-fire was deliberately broken by the Western military alliance.

US  troops have been dispatched to Turkey and Jordan on the border with Syria. British special forces have been deployed in Jordan.

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