Hezbollah, Assad regime bomb Wadi Barada for 9th day
Orient Net 2016-12-29 10:40:00
Assad regime and Hezbollah terrorists continued to bomb the villages of the valley of Wadi Barada for a ninth consecutive day, according to Orient News correspondent.
Wadi Barada was hit Thursday with FIL missiles, thermobaric (vacuum) bombs and barrel bombs. Local activists said Assad warplanes have conducted more than ten airstrikes since the morning.
On Wednesday, Assad and Hezbollah bombing killed at least five civilians and injured others. Opposition fighters repelled Hezbollah and Assad terrorists’ attacks inflicting heavy losses among the terrorists.
Wadi Barada, located 18 kilometers northwest of Damascus, consists of 13 villages; ten are under opposition control while three are occupied by Assad regime.
Assad and Hezbollah terrorists have been waging a fierce attack on the villages of Wadi Barada since last week. The bombing and shelling of the area killed many and caused considerable damage to property and the vital Ain al-Fiejah spring facility which provides much of Damascus and its countryside with drinking water. The main pipeline providing Damascus with water was also damaged and the capital has been without water for four days.