Guess who’s behind blowing up Aleppo’s evacuation buses?

Aleppo bus blast, Syria, terrorism
Aleppo bus blast, Syria, terrorism

Syrian UN Ambassador, Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari, has announced in a press conference that the group who burned the 25 evacuation buses on December 18, 2016, was Saraya al-Tawhid (troops of ‘there is no god but god’) — which is the Turkish Intelligence arm of the Islamist coalition army of Jaish al-Fateh.

 Your media lied to you again.

The evacuations in Aleppo were not disrupted by the Syrian Army (or the Syrian government) as western media claimed. Members of Saraya el-Tawhid, the Turkish Intelligence branch of Jaish al-Fateh, blew up the 25 evacuation buses.

Who is Jaish al-Fateh?

In 2015, Saudi Arabia and Turkey created a coalition army, an army with several divisions so it could spread itself throughout Syria. This army is Jaish al-Fateh. Both Turkey and Saudi Arabia fund and arm Jaish al-Fateh and supply it with Islamist mercenaries.

Jaish al-Fateh is an Islamist coalition comprised of several groups; the main ones being Jabhat al-Nusra (Syrian al-Qaeda), Harakat Ahrar al-Sham (the movement of Free Sham; or freeing Sham to Islam), the Free Syrian Army (the US-backed group), and Jund al-Aqsa (an al-Qaeda affiliate). Jaish al-Fateh means the “Army of the Opening”, as in taking a country for Islam.

After blowing the buses up, the terrorists looted the engines, taking engine parts to sell in the black market.

Additionally, the terrorists took approximately 60 civilian hostages who were waiting to be evacuated. The hostages have been reported to be alive, but some are injured.

The Syrian government is trying to negotiate the freeing of the kidnapped hostages who have been transported by the terrorists to a hideout in the countryside of Aleppo.

Also, the evacuation/ceasefire agreement was breached when approximately 900 al-Qaeda and Free Syrian Army members tried to flee from the agreed evacuation process carrying weapons and gold.

Massive food warehouses have been discovered in the terrorist-held neighborhoods. The food could have fed the civilians for years.

The terrorists blocked the food brought in by Humanitarian Aid trucks during the years that the terror groups have held these neighborhoods captive. All of the freed civilians have claimed that they were always near starving.

Another large storage of medications was found. The terrorists never handed out the medical aid sent in by the government aid trucks.

The neighborhoods in Aleppo have been held by the terror groups since 2012. During that entire time the Syrian government sent in food and medical supplies regularly to help its people who were being held captive. The terror groups deprived the people of this aid.

On December 19th, 100 buses began entering Aleppo to start the evacuate process again. So far the buses have successfully entered East Aleppo without harm.

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Cheri Berens lives in Egypt working as a researcher for the Egyptian Ministry of Culture. She experienced Egypt’s 2011 and 2013 revolutions and witnessed the Muslim Brotherhood takeover and violence that followed.