Syria: Coordinated Terror Attacks September 6, 2016 War Reports 1204 By on the ground journalist Afraa Dagher Source: Syrian News On Monday 5 September, in the morning, six takfiri bombings murdered 40 Syrians and wounded dozens more. Twin bombings struck Tartous countryside, which suffered the largest casualties. A car was remotely detonated on Arazona bridge and was followed by a double tap suicide bomber to kill those who rushed to help the wounded. In al Hasaka, a motorcycle was remotely detonated on the roundabout, killing 5 and injuring 2. Another car bomb exploded at the entrance of Bab Tadmur neighborhood in Homs, martyring 4 and wounding 10. The West does not ask the “moderate” terrorists to stop bombing Syria. The double suicide bombers in al Sabbounoura (Damascus) only killed one, and injured 3. These six bombings come one day after Israel launched three missiles against Syrian Arab Army military sites. Israeli media reported the breach of Syrian sovereignty as “retaliation” for a mortar landing in the Israel occupied Syrian Golan, from the non-occupied Golan. Though Israel is not specifically a member of the fascist coalition bombing the SAR on a regular basis, Israel has independently bombed the SAR on more than one dozen occasions since the crisis was launched in 2011. It is no secret that Israel has frequently come to the rescue of the terrorist al Qaeda factions against Syria. In her report from Syria, Afraa Dagher notes that the new spike in terror is related to recent and significant gains made by the Syrian Arab Army (committed to liberating all of Syria from the terrorists). In her report from Syria, Afraa Dagher notes that the new spike in terror is related to recent and significant gains made by the Syrian Arab Army (committed to liberating all of Syria from the terrorists).