Homs: US/NATO Backed Terrorist Kills Five on Mini-bus March 30, 2017 War Reports 88 By Afraa Dagher Source: Syria News Another well organized terrorist attack hit Homs, yesterday 29 March 2017. on al Siteen Street in the al Zahra neighborhood. The NATO terror method this time was by using an IED (improvised explosive device), exploded on a mini-bus during rush hour, when people were traveling for work, universities and schools. After planting the IED, the terrorist left the bus, leaving the innocent people to face this horrible destiny. Beautiful young girls Ruquyya Hazeem and Ryam al-Sawan were martyred; their guilt was that they were on their way to university for education. A little girl, Sally al-Ali was with her parents. Her father and mother were both killed. Sally is wounded and in the hospital now. She doesn’t know what sad life is waiting for her when she asks for her mom and daddy and finds out she has been made an orphan — by NATO terror. The UN considers this period a ceasefire. They never warn their terrorists to stop murdering the life in Syria. All I can say is that those terrorists are not that smart but they are well trained by the CIA and NATO; this kind of bombing I have watched in a western movie called The Siege. Our region is the test field for the west and NATO terror: They apply all their dirty weapons, scripts from their movies as crimes on our people, to take over this region, displace its people. Their goal is imperialist hegemony of our region, no matter how many of us they need to murder. — Afraa Homs has been the target of NATO terror, Gulfie terror, UN supported terror since the beginning of the foreign imposed terror against the Syrian Arab Republic. 26 February, during Geneva talks with moderate oppositions, moderate oppositions slaughtered 42 in Homs, in 6 coordinated suicide bombings. In February 2016, two car bombs were remotely detonated in this al Zahra neighborhood, near to the bus station; 60 people were slaughtered. 2015 began with suicide bombings in Homs. 2015 ended with remote detonation bombings in Homs.