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52 Unknown Victims of Al-Rashidin Explosion Buried in Nubul North of Aleppo


U-News Syria-Aleppo Thursday, May 11, 2017
 
Introduction
The bodies of 52 victims of the terrorist explosion that targeted the buses of Kefraya and Foua families stalled at al-Rashideen area west of Aleppo last month, were buried in the village of Nubul on Wednesday.
 
Description
- The funeral held in Aleppo
- Ambulances transporting the bodies of the victims
 
Speakers
- SOUNDBITE 1- Head of the Martyrs' Office in Nubul village / Sheikh Yehya Zam 
"Sheikh Yehya Zam, head of the martyrs' office in Nubul and Zahraa. We are now at the military hospital to transport the bodies of the martyrs from Fouah and Kefraya, [who were killed] by the massacre at al-Rashideen area, to the city of Nubul to bury them in the martyrs cemetery along with the martyrs of Nubul and Zahraa. Of course, these body are still unidentified, and will be transported to Nubul where they will be buried according to numbers, until they are identified to be then given their names. These are the martyrs of the terrorist explosion, the martyrs of hatred, treachery, and the failure to meet the commitments and covenants. They were promised to be transported safely to the specified places, they however were transported as martyrs to the city of Nubul."

- SOUNDBITE 2- A woman from Foua / Alyaa al-Omar
"We represent the families of Kefraya and Foua, we came here to participate in the funeral of the bodies of the martyrs. They martyred in the horrible massacre of al-Rashideen area. The massacre was never mentioned in the Security Council. Everybody talked about the use of chemical [weapons] in Khan Sheikhoun, but none talked or even mentioned our martyrs."
 
Body
The bodies of 52 victims of the terrorist explosion that targeted the buses of Kefraya and Foua families stalled at al-Rashideen area west of Aleppo last month, were buried in the village of Nubul on Wednesday.

The bodies were transported by a procession amid official and popular participation to the village of Nubul north of Aleppo, to be buried in the cemetery of martyrs in the center of the town.

The bodies were kept at the Aleppo's center of forensic medicine to be identified by their families, but the bodies remained unknown until the day they were buried.

Sheikh Yehya Zam, Head of the Martyrs' Office in the village of Nubul, said that the examiners of the forensic medicine in Aleppo, had removed a biopsy of the bodies of the victims before burying them in order to identify them later.