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A number of citizens who were injured by the twin terrorist bombings
which hit Damascus in the early morning said that those who commit such
terrorist acts have no religion and they are not humans, rather they are
tools and mercenaries serving Syria's enemies.
civilian who was transported to al-Moujtahed Hospital , Imad Ghazali
told SANA reporter that the second blast dislocated his shoulder as he
was near the devastated area.
In turn, the 20-year-old young man
Mohammad Kheir al-Hassan said that he was on his way to the work when he
heard the first blast then he found himself on the ground with a piece
of shrapnel in his hand as the second blast occurred.
Mohammad who was in a state of shock because of the severe injury of her
brother called for holding those who carry out the bombings accountable
for their crime.
Abdel Rahman Mohammad, who lives in al-Qazaz
area, said "I heard the first explosion so I left home to make sure that
my cousins and neighbors are good when the second blast took place and
the building was cracked and I was injured."
Ammar Ballol, said that he woke up to the sound of the blast which was very huge, adding that he had shrapnel in his back.
Adnan al-Qabbani also woke up to the sound with an injury in the chest, wondering if this is the freedom they are calling for.
Minister of Higher Education for Health Affairs, Dr. Nizar al-Daher
said that the medical cadres in al-Mowasat hospital were put on alert
and received many injured people and martyrs.
In turn, Assistant
Director General of al-Mowasat Hospital for Medical Affairs, Dr. Shadia
al-Khudari said that the injuries varied between mild bruises, wounds,
neurological injuries and cases of nervous breakdown.
She added that the situation of the injured civilians is stable as they are monitored by specialized medical cadres.
Mon'em Mansour said that when he heard the first blast he run out to
look for his three children who were on their way to al-Qazaz school,
near the site of the bombing, and when he reached the street, the second
blast occurred and he was slightly injured.
The injured people
and their families condemned this heinous act, stressing that it will
not undermine the Syrians' determination or steadfastness.
R. Raslan/ Ghossoun
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