Steve Sahaiouni, an on ground reporter, informed us that at least one thousand bomb shells fell on Aleppo’s schools, homes and hospital on 22 April, causing lots of casualty and massive damage.

Another Syrian activist on the ground, Afraa Dagher. tell us: ‪‎Aleppo‬ the historical city, the beautiful Syrian city, is under daily attack of the US backed moderate terrorists, terrorists sponsored by Turkey, Qatar, and Saudi. The so-called ‪‎cease‬-fire which the delegation of Saudi, asked for in ‎Geneva‬ talks, was just for providing those terrorists by more weapons to bomb Syrians.

Another point i discussed here (video available on Youtube) is that is the whole of Syria is under ‪‎Siege‬ , because of the west ‪‎Sanctions‬, most of Syrians now are under ‪#‎poverty‬level.

The Syrian News Agency, SANA, reported this week that 5 civilians were killed and 20 others were injured in a terrorist car bomb explosion that hit the entrance of al-Diabiyeh town in Damascus countryside.

Meanwhile, in HAMA – Islamist fighters of the al-Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front on Sunday 22 April bombed a Christian town in Syria’s central province of Hama, killing and wounding a number of civilians.

Local sources reported the death of at least four civilians and the injury of nine others in the town of Sqelbiya in Hama province.

“Nusra fighters, backed by rebels of the Ahrar al-Sham, shelled Sqelbiya with at least 14 mortars on Sunday,” media activist Abboud Sarkis told ARA News in the embattled town.

“The offensive targeted residential neighborhoods in Sqelbiya, causing the death and injury of more than fifteen civilians,” the source reported.

“Also, the bombardment has caused mass destruction in residential buildings, and rescue teams are still looking for victims under the rubble,” Sarkis added.

Sqelbiya town, where Christians constitute a majority, is under the control of the Syrian government forces. The town has earlier been exposed to several attacks by Islamist factions that have been struggling to take over the strategic town for months.

Source: ARA News