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Tyrant's air strike on Syria bakery kills at least another 90 peaceful Muslims

Last update: Today at 02:09 Emirate time 

At least 90 Muslims were killed and scores of others injured in a Nusayri air strike on a bakery in Syria's central Hama province.

The death toll was likely to rise in the town of Halfaya, where the strike hit. Halfaya was liberated by the FSA few days ago as part of a campaign to push into new territories in the 21-month-old Jihad against Nusayri tyrant Assad.

Residents picking through the bodies were still determining which were wounded and which were dead. Halfaya and nearby towns have witnessed heavy shelling since the FSA began advancing in the province. Three days ago, Halfaya was liberated from Nusayri regime forces. The airstrikes were a message from the Assadites. They came as a punishment for the residents of the town.

More than 1,000 people had been queuing at the bakery. Shortages of fuel and flour have made bread production erratic across the country, and people often wait for hours to buy loaves. They didn't received flour in around three days so everyone was going to the bakery on Sunday, and lots of them were women and children

Other tyrant's air strikes on Sunday included a raid in Aleppo province. At least 13 people were killed in an air raid on the town of Sfeira. Russian-made airplanes also hit the town of Saqba in Damascus province, just north of the road linking the capital to the international airport. - sumber

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