Those who actually read further will learn that some of the victims were Shia and that „evacuees from government-held towns were killed, along with aid workers and rebel soldiers.“ (Since when are Ahrar’s marauding beheaders „soldiers“? Was this dude also a „soldier“?) The BBC story goes on to insinuates that the government did this because „rebels“ could and would not do such:It happened when a vehicle loaded with food arrived and started distributing crisps, attracting many children, before exploding, the BBC’s Middle East correspondent Lina Sinjab said.
She said it was not clear how the vehicle could have reached the area without government permission.
But there is also no evidence that rebels were involved in the attack, as the government claims.
It would not be in the rebels‘ interest, our correspondent says, as they were waiting for their own supporters to be evacuated from the other towns. …