The Guardian posts footage of destruction in Syria
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The Guardian posts footage of destruction in Syria

Orient Net
Date: 2019-12-04 13:18
This is part of what  Assad killing machine has destroyed. This is also the Russian occupation crimes committed against Syrians and their cities that have opposed the regime of dictatorship and sectarianism.

Pictures are alike, they are from Aleppo, Eastern Ghouta, Homs, Deir ez-Zoor and many other Syrian cities and towns. The footage clearly showed the destruction of civilian areas and vital institutions.

The guardian didn’t say why it posted the footage of destruction, but this came after days of posting a report that showed how Chinese and Russian companies were marketing for tourism in Syria. 

This black tourism is based on bringing western or western celebrities. They don’t seek only financial benefits but also they work on normalizing ties with the Assad killing regime.

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