Thursday, May 10, 2012

Syria Terrorist Suicide Bombings: Horrifying aerial pictures show skeletal remains of cars blown to bits by blasts which killed 55 in Syria

Two suicide blasts rocked the Syrian capital today, killing 55 people and leaving scenes of carnage in the streets in the deadliest bombing since the country's uprising began 14 months ago.

The blasts in the al-Qazzaz suburb of Damascus injured another 370 people and damaged a military intelligence building involved in President Bashar al-Assad's crackdown on pro-democracy protests, according to the Interior Ministry, which is in charge of the country's internal security.

After visiting the scene of this morning's carnage, Major General Robert Mood, the Norwegian head of the United Nations observer team in the country, said the Syrian people did not deserve this 'terrible violence'. Read More