Insurgents hit church in Syria’s Aleppo - SICK Revolution Targeting Minorities

The foreign-backed insurgents in Syria have destroyed a large part of a church in the northwestern city of Aleppo. 

The insurgents attacked the church in the northern district of al-Jadidah on Tuesday.

Aleppo has been the scene of fierce fighting between Syrian security forces and the insurgents.

Reports say the insurgents occupy people’s houses in the city to carry out sniper attacks on the Syrian forces.

The Syrian army is still engaged in operations to clear Aleppo neighborhoods of the armed groups, who have turned several areas in the country’s northwestern commercial hub into hideouts.

Also on Tuesday, fifteen civilians were killed in bomb attacks in the al-Worod neighborhood in the western Damascus suburb of Qudsaya. Scores of others were injured.

On November 5, the insurgents detonated several explosive devices in the al-Mazzeh district of the capital, killing 11 people and injuring several others.

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