Syria News 21.2.2013, Terrorist Bombing in Damascus Fifty-Three Civilians Martyred, 235 Injured

Published on Feb 21, 2013 by SiriaNews

* French Jihadists fight in Syria
* Fifty-Three Civilians Martyred, 235 Others Injured so far in Terrorist Bombing in al-Thawra Street in Damascus, when a suicide car bomber detonated himself.
* Army Units Continue to Eliminate Terrorists in Several Provinces, Destroy Their Equipment
* Syrian Parties and Unions Condemn Terrorist Bombing in al-Thawra Street in Damascus
* Lebanese FM: Syria’s Security Is Lebanon’s Security

4 thoughts on “Syria News 21.2.2013, Terrorist Bombing in Damascus Fifty-Three Civilians Martyred, 235 Injured

  1. My Fellow Americans:

    Hhm,… well, I see that the CIA’s American Franchise,.. Al-Qaeda has been busy this week.

    Between this and India,… some of the CIA’s henchmen are racking up travel miles.

    Next Up – Its about time for another US Fed Gov’t Operation (False-Flag) here on American soil isn’t it?

    JD – US Marines – There is only one solution if we wish to really free ourselves of these pyschos,… we must abolish the Fed Gov’t, and prosecute all the players for treason.

  2. It would seem like this scripture is slowly starting to play out. “The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.” – Isaiah 17:1

  3. probably another thermos-flask sized nuke.
    because they are easier to get through a roadblock than a van or truck full of RDX or whatever.

    i’ll share a secret to spoting the use of tactical nukes over regular explosives.

    look for concrete buildings with missing walls but the rebar still in place.
    the nuke releases a radiation burst that breaks down the bonds in concrete so it turns back to a powder!

    regular explosives just break concrete into sections and push it in.

    think about that “back to powder” bit the next time you watch a video of the WTC towers coming down btw.

  4. Those towers literally disintegrated. The dust from them that was tested by certain researchers was radioactive.


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