In the early hours of Wednesday 28th of November the suburban city of Jaramana, ten kilometres outside of the Syrian capital of Damascus, got hit 54 killed in terrorist attack on Christian suburb in Syria by two car bombs exploding in a central square and two more handmade bombs detonated in streets of the same area.
The incidents killed 54 people and left about 120 injured.
Jaramana is predominantly populated by Christians. Many of them are said to support President Bashar al-Assad.
For twenty months Muslim rebels were not able to take control over Jaramana so now they hit the city with deadly terrorism.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned the attack saying, “There are no circumstances that would justify the targeting of civilians. Such attacks are unacceptable.”