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Israel Launched Airstrikes Attacking Syria Two Nights In A Row & Allegedly Aided Al-Qaeda

or two consecutive nights, Israeli airstrikes pounded Syria unprovoked and even coincided with attacks from Syria’s al-Qaeda offshoot on one of the days. The only story which received adequate coverage, in between however, was rocket fire from Lebanon, demonstrating a clear media double standard.

This Tuesday night, Israeli fighter jets struck the Aleppo countryside area of al-Safirah. The airstrikes reportedly caused material damage, as Syria’s State media reported that most of the missiles were downed by air defenses. The Syrian government then issued a warning to Israel that it would bear “full responsibility” for its actions, which they noted coincided with a renewed attack from Hayat Tahrir al-Sham terrorists on Syrian government-held areas of Hama.

Hayat Tahrir al-Sham – or HTS as Western media calls it as a way of making the group sound like a friendly “rebel group” – is an offshoot of al-Qaeda in Syria. It’s top ranking officials were all former al-Qaeda members and had run the group under the name of Jabhat al-Nussra, which was understood to have been al-Qaeda’s Syrian branch. Jabhat al-Nussra formerly split from al-Qaeda, but continued spreading their takfiri brand of religion; burying alive, torturing, killing, and eating the hearts of those who did not bow to their orders. Jabhat al-Nussra (al-Qaeda in Syria) simply changed its name to Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and is now granted favorable media coverage in the West, despite clearly being a terrorist organisation.