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Washington Backs Syrian Anti-Government Terrorism

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Al-Hayat Hospital and Abdullah Bin al-Zubir school were heavily damaged. So was Russia's embassy. Itar Tass quoted a diplomat saying "The building has really been damaged. The windows are shattered."

Other car bombs struck Damascus' Barzeh neighborhood. A police station, telecommunications facility, and drug enforcement agency were targeted. 

Mortar fire hit Syria's Army General staff headquarters, Tishreen Sports City and residential buildings. Authorities said a car loaded with tons of explosives was stopped before it exploded.

Perhaps the terrorist group Jabhat al-Nusra was involved. It's become Washington's lead belligerent. It vows to "liberate" Damascus. It claims responsibility for 17 or more February Damascus area terrorist attacks. They included at least seven bombings.

Syrian communities abroad, Russia, China, Iran and Hezbollah condemned Thursday's bombings. 

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said:

"Once again, we call upon all countries and parties, which might influence the extremists and radicals, to pressure them and demand immediate stop of such terrorist acts and armed violence in order to create appropriate atmosphere to hold a Syrian dialogue that is based on Geneva statement issued last June, 2010."

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon showed which side he supports. He's an imperial tool. He shames the office he holds. He violates UN Charter provisions. He urged both sides to show restraint. He called for ending Syria's crisis politically.

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Syria's Foreign and Expatriates Ministry addressed two identical letters to the Security Council president and Ban. They condemned Thursday's bombings. They called them cowardly acts.

They targeted crowded civilian areas. They followed previous ones conducted by Al Qaeda linked groups. They get "financial and logistic support and media and political coverage from regional and (Western) countries."

SANA said:

"The Ministry added that the credibility of combating terrorism which has always been a matter of concern for the international community is now under unprecedented test as the most disgusting form of terrorism hit the Syrian civilians with no mercy or differentiating between an elderly man or a child."

"The letters added that Syria, in its previous letters to the UN Security Council and the UN Secretary General, called for firm and clear condemnation of these heinous terrorist crimes by the UN member states and for holding countries which support such acts as responsible, whatsoever the form of such support was."

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"The Ministry said that Syria hopes the UN Security Council now will be able to adopt a firm stance which proves its commitment to combating terrorism regardless of its timing or place."

If the Security Council turns a blind eye, "it will deepen doubts in its seriousness in combating terrorism and its commitment to implementing its resolutions in this regard, in addition to the fact this will be considered as a kind of political concealment of these crimes."

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