European Solidarity Front, Syrian students in Slovakia condemn Thursday's terror blast in Lattakia

The European Solidarity Front for Syria has condemned the terror explosion that ripped through a busy area in Jableh city in Lattakia province on Thursday.

It said in a statement obtained by Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) that Syrian Arab army's victories and sacrifices and tightening grip on terrorist organizations are behind hysteria of terrorists.

 "The end of terrorism is inevitable at the hands of Syrian Arab army and people," the front stressed, calling on European countries to shoulder their responsibility of eliminating terrorism and to stop supporting it.

It denounced the western media blackout and double-standard policy in dealing with international terrorism.

 

'Heinous crime'

Meanwhile, Syrian students in Slovakia condemned the explosion  and described it a 'heinous crime'.

"This heinous crime reflects perpetrators' hatred for goodness and their continuity of destroying Arab communities structure , heritage and principles in order to serve foreign agendas," the students said a statement released Friday.

They underscored the need for unity to fight Takfiri terrorism, which is supported by regional countries to implement their masters' policies.

On Thursday, terrorists exploded a car bomb near municipal stadium in Jableh city, killing at least 11 civilians and wounding 35 others.

Here is the link of a video showing the scene of explosion in the city of Jableh: https://youtu.be/3cwi6eJ2iDc

Dozens more martyred in terror blasts took place in coastal cities of Jableh and Tartouslast May.

Since 2011, a foreign-backed terror war has been waged against Syria to destroy its army, civilization and infrastructures in accordance with the US-Zionist plot that aims to fragment the region and to have hegemony over its wealth.

Over 80.000 terrorists and mercenaries came from more than 100 countries to fight against the Syrian army and to kill Syrian people with the support of many world and regional countries. Some of these countries are UN members. 

 

Basma Qaddour

 

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