Russian UK Ambassador Yakovenko–Terrorist Occupation of Hospitals Makes Them Legitimate Targets

Posted: October 8, 2016 in Uncategorized

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Russian ambassador Yakovenko says that the targeting is justified since Syrian rebels are using the hospitals and resident civilians as human shields. “Most hospitals are unmarked rebel field facilities. Keeping civilians as a human shield is a well-known terrorist tactic.

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Hospitals legitimate target for Assad and Moscow: Russian ambassador

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ARA News

AMSTERDAM – The Russian Ambassador to the UK, Alexander Yakovenko, confirmed that Syrian and Russian governments intentionally bomb hospitals.

Activists reported on Wednesday that while the Russian and Syrian governments claim to target extremists, “airstrikes in Aleppo destroy homes, hospitals and schools.”

However, the Russian ambassador said that the targeting is justified since Syrian rebels are using the hospitals and resident civilians as human shields.

“Most hospitals are unmarked rebel field facilities. Keeping civilians as a human shield is a well-known terrorist tactic,” Ambassador Yakovenko said.

Syrian and Russian jets have resumed their bombing of rebel-held districts, reinforcing Shia militias and the Syrian Army as they lay siege to eastern Aleppo. Violence has intensified in Aleppo since a Russian-American ceasefire deal broke down last month.

Benyam Dawit Mezmur, Chair of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child…

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Comments
  1. Yes. Good idea. Given the unstable, sociopathic nature of our US leaders, I would definitely be preparing for nuclear war if I were Russian.

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