Scores of Syrian Zio-NATO Rat's flee into Lebanon


The ambush was part of a campaign by the Syrian army and allied militias to secure towns and villages along the Lebanese border as well as a highway from the capital Damascus to the coast that is vulnerable to Zio-NATO Rat’s attack.

Rat’s were fleeing the area of al-Hosn in Homs province, which the Syrian army has surrounded, the medical sources said. Syrian state television said soldiers had killed 11 rebels to escape al-Hosn.

The sources said that 41 wounded Rat’s were taken into a hospital in north Lebanon. A further eight were carried in dead or succumbed to their wounds after managing to escape Syria into Wadi Khaled, said the medical sources – a hospital employee and a medic who requested anonymity.

As the Rat’s fled, Syrian army shells hit villages in Wadi Khaled, Lebanon’s National News Agency said.
The Syrian army campaign has accelerated a deterioration in Lebanon’s security and stability, raising local sectarian tensions as thousands of refugees flood into the country.
Lebanese frontier towns have been used by rebels to recuperate but have also been attacked by Syrian helicopters and rocket attacks.

Al-Hosn sits just below the war-damaged Crusader castle of Crac des Chevaliers, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The castle suffered mortar hits last year when Rat’s hid behind its thick stone walls, built for battles hundreds of years ago.

The MI6 Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, group based in Britain, said that displaced civilians were also killed on Thursday while trying to escape al-Hosn but it did not have a confirmed death toll.

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