Zakharova calls on Western media to break silence regarding crimes of so-called “moderate opposition” in Syria

Moscow, SANA- Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova called upon the Western media to be courageous and to break the silence regarding the crimes of the so-called “moderate opposition” in Syria and the human casualties due to the strikes carried out by the alleged US-led “international alliance” against the ISIS terrorists.

Russia Today website quoted Zakharova as saying on her Twitter account on Thursday that the US-backed Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement have faced many charges on committing massacres against the civilians including women and children in the neighborhoods of Aleppo.

Last month terrorists from Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement, who are backed by Erdogan regime, slaughtered a 12-year-old Palestinian child named Abdullah Issa in Handarat Camp in the northern countryside of Aleppo and they mutilated his body.

Zakharova indicated that the air force of the US-led “international alliance” is carrying out airstrikes against inhabited areas inside Manbij City in Aleppo countryside and that it has carried out more than 90 strikes against the neighborhoods of the city since July 19th, killing hundreds of the civilians and injuring thousands.

She indicated to the fierce battles in the residential neighborhoods in Manbij city between the terrorists themselves which caused heavy losses among the civilians.

She confirmed that if Russia’s Western partners, on top Washington, exert all possible efforts to hide those facts, all talks about stopping the bloodshed in Syria will be a ridiculous matter, expressing hope that the Western mass media will be courageous enough to write about the crimes of the “moderates and the resources of their finance”

R.J/ Ghossoun

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