Russia burns Idlib province using Napalm and Phosphorus bombs


Russian warplanes bombed northern Saraqeb town with Napalm and Phosphorus bombs on Sunday, local activists said, surfacing footage showing massive fire sweeping the residential districts of the key town in Idlib province.

The use of international forbidden bombs mounted after the U.S. cruise missiles strikes that hit Syrian airfield Friday in a blatant aggressive against the Syrian people.

On Saturday, at least 21 civilians were killed when Russian jets struck the northern Idlib province with cluster bombs, local reporter said.

18 people lost their lives in cluster bombs attack the town of Awarm al-Joz, as well three more people were killed in Russian airstrikes on Khan Sheikhoun town that was hit by Sarin gas last Tuesday where 103 people suffocated to death.


In the western countryside of Idlib, Russia’s jets have also hit towns of Maerherma and Basamis with Phosphorous bombs.

Al-Lataminah town in the northern countryside of Hama was hit by Napalm bombs overnight, causing huge fire, local activists said Saturday.

Idlib is one of the most important strongholds of rebels, who seek to overthrow Bashar al-Assad, whose air force, along with that of his ally Russia, has been heavily bombarding insurgents there.

The population of Idlib has been swelled by refugees including many of those who have left their.

The peaceful demonstrations that ended up with deadly war carried out by the Syrian regime and key regional players has killed at least 465,000 people, including 150,000 children and has displaced over 12 million people.

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