Jableh-Tartous: Terrorists kill 78 civilians and injure and maim many more 23 May 2016 War Reports 1768 Source: SANA Tartous, Latakia – At least 78 people were killed and scores injured, some critically, in a series of terrorist bombings that rocked Tartous and Jableh coastal cities on Monday morning. A source at Lattakia Police Command said that 45 people were killed and others, mostly women and children, were injured in the terrorist attacks that hit Jableh city. SANA correspondent in Lattakia reported that twin terrorist bombings targeted the main entrance of the bus station in Jableh city and another terrorist bombing happened near Jableh electricity Directorate on the outskirts of al-Amara residential neighborhood. A fourth bombing happened as a suicide bomber blew himself up at the entrance of emergency department at Jableh National Hospital. In Tartous, SANA reports three terrorist bombings rocked the province this morning leaving more than 33 people killed and 47 others injured. The bombings left huge material damages. The Cabinet condemns The Cabinet condemned the terrorist blasts which hit the two cities of Jablah and Tartous on Monday morning and the blast of al-Qamishli on Sunday night. The Cabinet, also, condemned the terrorist attacks, with mortar shells, against some areas in Aleppo, Nubbul, al-Zahraa and Daraa, holding the terrorist organizations’ backers and financers responsible for the attacks and blasts. Information minister condemns Information Minister, Omran al- Zoubi condemned the terrorist bombings that targeted the two cities of Jableh and Tartous which claimed the lives of tens of civilians. Minister al-Zoubi, in a phone call with al- Ikhbariya TV, affirmed that terrorist bombings, killing, assassination and targeting civilians reflect the nature of terrorist organizations and their escape from the real confrontation with the Syrian army. What happened today in Jableh and Tartous reaffirms that terrorist organizations like Ahrar al-Sham, Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS are groups of cowards and killers unable to confront the Syrian army, Mr al-Zoubi added.