Well-informed sources told Al-Manar that the terrorists groups are exclusively responsible for starving out the civilians in the town.
Commenting on the propaganda that targets the resistance on the humanitarian conditions in Madaya town which lies in Damascus countryside, well-informed sources told Al-Manar that the terrorists groups are exclusively responsible for starving out the civilians in the town.
The sources added that this propaganda which falsely claims that the Islamic Resistance is responsible for the deterioration of the humanitarian circumstances in Maday, did not take the same stand towards the terrorists' siege imposed on the towns of Nubbul, al-Zahraa, Kfarya and al-Foaa.
The same sources noted that according to Zabadani agreement, scores of trucks that hold humanitarian aids are scheduled to be sent to the town in January and that dozens of trucks that convey medical and food stuffs, which match the locals' needs for months, were sent to Madaya, adding that the terrorist groups confiscated them and sold them to the inhabitants.
When the battle in Zabadani escalated, the terrorists had Madaya's locals as human shields and carried out slaughtering operations against the Syrian Army soldiers at their checkpoints that surround the town, according to the same sources.
The foreign pressure on the terrorist groups is preventing them from concluding an accord that allows 300 (out of 600) militants to exit from the town, the sources pointed out.
"Most of the 30,000 Maday's residents are attempting to leave the town, yet the terrorists are blocking them."
Such propagandas will never be able to exploit politically the civilians' agonies in Madaya, the sources asserted.
The representative of the International Community of the Red Cross (IRCC) also refuted the propaganda that targets the resistance on Madaya's situation.
The spokesman of the International Community of the Red Cross (IRCC) in Syria also refuted the propaganda that targets the resistance on Madaya's situation.
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