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'Same people shedding crocodile tears over Syria, support terrorists in country' – Syrian amb. to UN

Saturday, October 1, 2016 19:04
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'Same people shedding crocodile tears over Syria, support terrorists in country' – Syrian amb. to UN –'This imposed terrorist war is backed by the Western countries, as well as by Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.' | 01 Oct 2016 | The causes of the Syrian conflict are due to an imposed terrorist war, which is supported by the Western countries, Bashar al-Jaafari, the current Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the UN Headquarters in New York. Emphasizing that the five-year Syrian conflict is not only about Aleppo, but about the fate of the entire country, Bashar al-Jaafari said the main cause of the crisis stems from terrorist war imposed on the Syrian people from abroad. “The root causes of this conflict in Syria ravaging the country is due to this imposed terrorist war on the Syrians,” al-Jaafari said. “It is about hundreds of terrorist armed groups backed, sponsored, given weapons and protected in the Security Council by the same guys who are shedding crocodile tears over the suffering of the Syrian population in Aleppo,” he told RT.

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