while people are making breakfast,listening to Fairuz’s songs,everything turns into a flame of fire
It was a dark morning in Idlib.
Residents were waking up, making breakfast, and listening to Fairuz’s songs when they heard the first missile hit.
The attack was devastating because it came on the heels of a series of bombings by Russian warplanes using internationally prohibited cluster bombs.
Six civilians were killed and 75 others were injured, including children and women. The United Nations camp where the bombing took place had been set up to protect civilians fleeing violence elsewhere in Syria.
The victims who perished today were people whose lives had been taken from our world under the slogan of fighting terrorism—but who will never see their loved ones again because of Russia’s aggression against them.