65 Martyrs from Kafraya and Foua, Killed in al-Rashideen Terrorist Blast, Laid to Rest

ALEPPO, (ST) - Bodies of 65 martyrs who were killed on April 15 in a terrorist blast that targeted Buses carrying evacuees from Idleb's Kafraya and Foua in al-Rashidin area west of Aleppo, were laid to rest on Wednesday in the towns of Nubbul and Zahraa in the northern countryside of Aleppo. Official and public figures took part in the funeral of the martyrs.

 Families of the martyrs reaffirmed that the terrorists' crimes won't weaken them; rather they will strengthen their steadfastness in defense of the homeland until victory over terrorism and its supporters is achieved.

"The blood of these martyrs, among who are children, women and elderly, will be a symbol of sacrifice and will bloom great victory over the enemies of the homeland," Secretary of the Aleppo Baath Arab Socialist Party Branch Fadel Najjar said in a statement during the funeral.

On his part, Aleppo province Police Command Maj. Gen, Issam al-Shelli said the massacre committed against the Kafraya and Foua evacuees will continue to be a shame on the entire humanity and it confirms the defeat of the terrorists in the face of the Syrian Arab army.

Hamda Mustafa