The Syrian TV broadcast documentary on Damascus terrorist bombings
The Syrian TV broadcast on Saturday a documentary shedding light on the terrorist bombings which took place in Damascus, revealing that terrorists of various nationalities from the
terrorist organization Jabhet al-Nasra, which is affiliated with al-Qaeda, planned and carried out these bombings which killed and wounded hundreds.
The documentary revealed that the terrorist bombings which targeted al-Qazzaz area on March 8th was carried out by terrorists from this group who drove two cars rigged earlier with explosive in a farm in al-Mleha area southeast of Damascus.
The two cars were driven by a Jordanian terrorists nicknamed Abu Musaab and a Syrian Palestinian called Mohammad Ali Ghazi, and were trailed by an Iraqi known as Marwan who supervised the operation. Mohammad's brother, Muayad Ali Ghazi, provided one of the cars and helped rig all the car bombs used in Damascus, along with terrorist Mohammad Ahmad Kamaleddin, a Syrian from Serghaya, Yasser, another Syrian, and an Iraqi known as Allawi.
The documentary included testimonies by terrorist Mohammad Amin Ali Abdullah, a member of Jabhet al-Nasra. A medical student from Deir Ezzor, Abdullah recounted the details of how he was recruited by a member of the terrorist organization Yousef al-Hajer, who used extremist preaching to lure Abdullah into the group.
After initially asking him to play a medical role in their organization, al-Hajr urged Abdullah to take a more active role in armed activity. Afterwards, he began meeting gunmen from Iraq who came to join the group, and later learned that their organization was affiliated to Al Qaeda.
Abdullah was made to participate in the manufacture of explosives and the rigging of car bombs which was supervised by the aforementioned Iraqi Marwan, and only after seeing footage of the first bombing did he realize that he has become an accomplice.
He said that Jabhet al-Nasra is active all over Syria, and that it cooperated with the "free army" but effectively worked independently. He also spoke about how the members of the group brainwashed recruits using religion twisted to their own purposes.
The documentary then showed footage from security cameras from the bombing that took place in al-Qassa'a area which was carried out by Syrian terrorist Omar Abbas al-Masri.