Donnerstag, 5. Mai 2016

Kapitel 4 - Daraa 2011:Ein weiterer islamistischer Aufstand

Bildquelle: SANA
Waffen, die von den syrischen Sicherheitskräften in der Omari Moschee in Dara im März 2011 sichergestellt worden waren. Die Waffen waren von Saudi Arabien geliefert worden.

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  1. Bei Queenan, Gavriel fehlt der Link: