Wow! So HRW was full of shit in its reportings during the Iraq war but it is gold when it comes to Syria? Hmmmmmm? I've got nothing nice to say about Globalresearch either.
Syria blast wounds soldiers escorting UN convoy.
and of course:
It is not clear who was behind the blast. However, the opposition Syrian National Council is blaming the government, saying the explosion is part of a campaign to drive the UN monitors out of the country
of course BBC would print such claim without question.
What's " HRW "?
Human Rights Watch issues regular reports on many places but their reports are only
refered to when there is a particular agenda for a
Dozens of Syrians killed, wounded in two Damascus blasts
Attack on military intelligence compound in densely populated compound occurs as local people on their way to work and school; state blames attack on 'terrorists.'
By Reuter$ and DPA
We have spoken to angry people here at the scene who blame Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey - countries which have come out in support of the Syrian opposition. The opposition alleges as always that this was the cynical work of the government itself to try to discredit the opposition.
http://www.sana.sy/eng/337/2012/05/10/418038.htm ( Very graphic photos )DAMASCUS, (SANA)- Two terrorist explosions hit Damascus Thursday morning near al-Qazaz crowded intersection at the southern ring-road .
The explosions took place at a densely populated area as they coincided with the employees and students going to their jobs and schools.
The two terrorist explosions caused tens of martyrs and wounded civilians ; a big carter is seen in the place of the explosions and the chassis of burned cars and means of transport scatter over all the targeted area.
Minister of Health Dr. Wael Al-Halaqi stated to Syrian TV , al-Ikhbariya Station that as a preliminary death toll there are more than 40 martyrs, 170 wounded and 8 sacks of torn-off limbs.
The "good guys" Strikes again. farking Terrorist scumbags. The Sunni caliphate must be proud, they are getting their monies worth of violence in Syria.