Iranian MP: All terrorists should be driven out of Syria's Idlib province
A senior Iranian MP, and a member of the parliament's national security and foreign policy commission, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, has emphasised that it is essential to drive out all terrorists from Idlib province and to establish lasting security in the country.
Iran/ According to an Iran Press report, the senior parliamentarian speaking at a press conference on Sunday said: Idlib province is an important province in Syria. This region should be cleansed of all terrorists as soon as possible, so that all those Syrians who fled their homes and became refugees years ago, can finally return to their homes in northwestern Syria.
Boroujerdi pointedly added: "The people of Idlib province deserve to be liberated from the terrorists who rule over them. The Americans want to save the terrorists. They want to stage a false flag chemical attack in Syria, blame it on the Syrian government, and use the incident to put pressure on Syria to halt its military campaign in Idlib, thereby saving the terrorists , and stopping their expulsion."
It is worth noting that Western countries, particularly United States of America, opposes any military action in Syria, by the Syrian government or anyone else, arguing that such military action will lead to massacring of the civilian population in Idlib. However, the real aim of the Trump administration is to save the terrorists in Idlib, and to prevent their expulsion from the country.
Earlier in August, an explosion in town of Sarmada in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib 50 people, including children, have been killed.
It is worth noting that Idlib province is the last stronghold of terrorists in Syria, and if terrorists are expelled from this province, the war in Syria would be effectively over, and president Bashar al-Assad and his government would have clinched a remarkable victory against US-trained and US-armed terrorists.
More than 330,000 people have been killed in Syria and millions have been driven from their homes since the conflict began in March 2011, and the infrastructure of the country destroyed.