Two car bombs parked in front of mosques exploded Saturday afternoon in the towns of Dumair and Al Nasiryya in rural Damascus as worshipers were getting out after giving the Friday prayers. Activists said that dozens were killed and injured in the blasts.
Spokesman for the Syrian Coalition Salem al-Meslet accuses the Assad regime of planting these bombs, pointing out that “it is no secret the role played by the Assad regime in supporting terrorism and the manufacture of terrorist organizations.”
He calls on the international community and the UN Security Council to “adopt a decisive resolution to put an end to the atrocities taking place in Syria, especially as these crimes coincide with the UN Security Council’s session to discuss the parties’ compliance with the UN resolution 2139 that bans the use of barrel bombs. They also come days after Human Rights Watch released a report documenting more of Assad’s industrial crimes.” (Source: Syrian Coalition)