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Palestinian from Gaza Strip killed in Homs bombing
Published Sunday 20/04/2014 (updated) 22/04/2014 11:16
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- A Palestinian engineer originally from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip was killed in an explosion in Homs in Syria on Saturday, his family told Ma'an.

A statement released by the Akhras family in Rafah explained that Eyhab Nasrullah al-Akhras was leaving Bilal al-Habashi mosque in Homs after Friday prayer when a booby-trapped car exploded.

He sustained critical wounds and was announced dead on Saturday.

Al-Akhras moved to Syria several years ago with his family.

The blast in Homs targeted a mosque and also killed thirteen others in a neighborhood under the control of pro-government forces amid a major offensive by government forces to retake the embattled Syrian city's historic center from rebel forces.
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1 ) Mel / USA
20/04/2014 16:21
Condolences to the al-Akhras family! From the brutal occupation of Zionist Israel to the recent brutality by Saudi/Turkish/EU/USG anti-Assad proxies AQ/Nusra,Salafists,Takfir's,who don't care who they kill(just like Zionists)as long as they get their Absolutist politico-ideo"job"done,in handing over Damascus to Riyadh's Wahhabi extremists &leaving Syria in tribal slices like Iraq&Libya!Talk about 'out of the frying pan into the fire'!What?Has Riyadh agreed to give South Syria for Palestine???

2 ) @Mel #2 / USA
21/04/2014 22:21
Brutal occupation? He was from Gaza! And this article has nothing to do with Israel, yet you bring io the Jewish State because of your extreme hate for them.
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