WAR CRIME: 30+ Syrian Civilians murdered by US allied bombers

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On Friday, the SANA news agency reported on attacks by the US-led international coalition on two Syrian villages.

The attack claimed the lives of about 30 civilians. Vladimir Fitin, a military expert, opined who may be interested in destabilizing the situation in the country further.

According to the Syrian news agency, US coalition planes carried out attacks on two villages in the eastern desert province of Deir Ezzor, on the border with Iraq.

The coalition’s latest attack on the province came in May. In total, attacks by the US and its allies in Syria and Iraq since 2014 have resulted in the deaths of 939 civilians, according to a coalition report. In four years, the coalition carried out 29,596 attacks.

“This is apparently an attempt by the Americans to demonstrate once again that they will not agree to the opening of an Iraq post or corridor to Syria, designed to support formations that oppose the United States and the Democratic Forces of Syria, supported by them,” said Fitin, a specialist at the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies.

“Therefore, the main goal of the United States is to continue to destabilize the situation in Syria, preventing the creation of logistical ways of providing aid to the forces that support [Syrian President Bashar] Assad and the official Syrian government,” the analyst concluded.

Syria, along with Hezbollah and Iran, constitute a part of the Axis of Resistance, the only credible threat to Israel in the region. This is the main reason that the US are attempting to destroy Syria so that it can weaken, or destroy, the only threat to the existence of the Zionist entity.

However, the US attacks these forces under the guise of trying to defeat ISIS, which many a time results in them brutally killing civilians as they knowingly bomb a target knowing that ISIS terrorist fighters are using human shields.

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