Airstrikes selective, helping ISIL

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News ID: 5272
Publish Date: 12:22 - 12 October 2014
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Tehran, YJC. Iran’s Chief of Armed Forces Staff Hassan Firouzabadi has said that the country is worried about a possible massacre in Syria's Kobani in case the town falls.
"We are worried about a massacre and we consider it to become a heinous disaster for humanity,” exclaimed Firouzabadi.

It is a pity that the coalition forces conduct their airstrikes in a selective way, precipitating the advancement of the ISIL, he said.

Stressing the need to help the people of Kobani he expressed pity that "The neighbor country has closed the way at the border and prevents help being sent to the people of Kobani.”

"A sedition is smelt where the people of Kobani have to be sacrificed so that a path is opened for the coalition to exert their military presence in Syria.”

He pointed out that "ISIL is no more than a hireling. Wise people everywhere as well as peace-loving, well-intending Muslims across Islamic lands have to express outrage at the situation, because their cries will be the only way to save the people of Kobani.”

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