Did you ever think you'd live to see the day when a Western Media Newz Outlet, paid for by public taxes and with a longstanding reputation of being an opinion-maker in the West, would out and out support Terrorists bent on destroying an innocent nation? Well, here we have it. A desperate BBC
crows about the besieged UK and US backed foreign invaders of Aleppo getting re-armed and again shelling and attacking innocent civilians in western Aleppo.
If you read carefully the fang torn and blood-spattered text of the BBC "report" you will note that the Brits are up to their old divide and conquer tricks. Making out that the Russians and Putin, by NOT responding and bombing the terrorists, are abandoning the Syrian civilians to the BBC-encouraged terrorist attacks.
At least 15 civilians are killed and some 100 others injured as foreign-backed militants shell western Aleppo after launching a massive offensive to break the Syrian government's siege over the city.
A UK-based monitoring group sympathetic to the militants said hundreds of shells and rockets had fallen on various western neighborhoods of the city on Friday.
Militant groups involved in the attack include Turkey-backed FSA and Jaish al-Fatah, an alliance of terrorist factions actively supported by Saudi Arabia and Turkey, they told news agencies.
A senior militant said it was going to be "a big battle" with all the groups there participating.
The attack appeared to have been mostly launched by militants from outside the city against government forces that hold its western districts, Reuters news agency reported.
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Right said militants had set off several car bombs on the western edge of Aleppo after launching grad rockets at the city's Nairab airbase.
Heavy militant bombardment, with more than 150 rockets and shells, struck districts on the southwest of the city, it said.
The Syrian military said a militant attack in that area had been thwarted and the army had destroyed four car bombs.
The massive assault by foreign-backed militants comes in the wake of a unilateral "humanitarian pause" declared by Syria and Russia in the city.
On Thursday, the Russian Defense Ministry said aircraft had not carried out any sorties over Aleppo for the past nine days. There were no immediate indication on Friday whether the airstrikes had resumed.
Militants used a US-Russian ceasefire to break the siege in early August, opening up a new route into the city from the south, but government forces quickly closed it.
The new civilian deaths came after at least six children were killed and over a dozen people injured after Takfiri terrorists launched rocket attacks on a school as well as a house in Aleppo.
and this from RT:
During the last three days, the terrorists have shelled western Aleppo on 62 occasions, killing 43 people and injuring 76 more, Rudskoy said.
On Thursday, a school in the Hay al-Andalus district of the city came under fire, with 12 civilians, including three school children, losing their lives and 14 others receiving injuries.
Russian air forces in Syria have not carried out combat flights in eastern Aleppo for 10 days in order to facilitate humanitarian access to the city.
Russia’s center for reconciliation in Syria is currently in talks “with representatives of the public authorities of eastern Aleppo and several armed groups on the evacuation of the civilian population and withdrawal of militants from areas under their control,” Rudskoy said.
The BBC's Jane Standley, from her permanent and historical perch in NYC, overlooking Building 7--which she predicted would collapse 20 minutes before it did....was asked whether the murder of innocent Syrian children was "worth the price" in order to further Western hegemonic interests.
Jane paused for a moment, reflecting that a very similar question had been asked of US Secretary of State Madeline Albright with regard to 500,000 Iraqi children who lost their lives during the run up to the destruction of that Middle Eastern Nation. Jane, giving the camera a close-up of her "stiff British upper lip" replied.
"Yes, we think the price is worth it."