Syrian students in the Czech Republic have affirmed that international silence towards terror blasts that hit Homs city last Saturday reflects hatred of terrorist organizations and their supporters and the hypocrisy of the West which pretends that it is keen on international peace and security.
They said in a statement issued Wednesday that hatred indicates bankruptcy of terrorist organizations and their supporters in the light of painful blows they have received from the Syrian Arab army.
“The coward terror act aims to foil efforts being exerted in Geneva to reach political solution to crisis in Syria,” the students stressed, offering condolences to martyrs’ families and wishing wounded persons speedy recovery.
Last Saturday, six terrorist suicide bombers blew themselves up inside two security headquarters in the city of Homs, killing 32 and wounding 24 others.
Head of Military Security branch in the city Brigadier General Hasan Daaboul was martyred in the terror blasts.
The Jabhat Fateh al-Sham [al-Nusra Front], which is blacklisted by the UN, claimed responsibility for the terror blasts in Homs city.