Terrorist attacks kill 7 civilians in Aleppo, Hasaka, and al-Fou’a


Provinces, SANA – Four civilians were killed in terrorist attacks with rocket shells on residential neighborhoods in Aleppo on Saturday.

A source at Aleppo police command said in a statement to SANA that five rocket shells which were fired by terrorist organizations in Bustan al-Qasr neighborhood on Saturday afternoon fell on Bustan al-Zahra, al-Masharqa and al-Azeeziyeh neighborhoods.

The shells killed four civilians, injured 25 others and caused great material damage to a number of houses.

Earlier, a source at al-Jamia Hospital said that 17 injured civilians were received at the hospital, pointing out that most of the wounded persons are women and children, four of them were severely injured.

Terrorist groups are active in Bustan al-Qasr and Bani Zaid neighborhoods and target the nearby neighborhoods with rocket and mortar shells killing a number of civilians and causing material damage to properties.

One civilian was killed and others were injured in a terrorist rocket attack on the town of al-Fou’a in Idleb countryside which is besieged by “Jaish al-Fateh” (Conquest Army) terrorist organization.

A local source told SANA that Jaish al-Fateh positioned in Bannesh town fired rockets on al-Fou’a, killing one civilian, injuring others, and causing damage to locals’ properties.

On Friday,  a terrorist suicide bomber from the Islamic state (ISIS) blew himself up in the village of Touk al-Milh to the west of Hasaka, leaving two civilians dead.

A police source told SANA that an ISIS terrorist who was wearing an explosive belt infiltrated into one neighborhood in Touk al-Milh village blew himself up, killing two citizens and wounding many others.

The terrorist act also caused material damage to the properties.

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