Terrorist confesses to planting explosives in General Establishment of Radio & TV building
Terrorist Mahmoud Mohammad Hasan confessed to planting an explosive device in the General in General Establishment of Radio & Television building in Damascus which was detonated remotely on August 6th 2012, injuring a number of workers.
In confessions broadcast by the Syrian TV on Friday, Hasan said he worked as an editing technical in Syria Drama and Nour al-Cham channels at the General Establishment of Radio & Television where his father used to work before him.
Hasan said his brother-in-law Mohammad tried to get him to join an armed group but he refused, and at a later point he was taken by a man called Ahmad al-Shennawi to meet Mohammad and members of his armed group in Artouz, where the terrorists asked him to blow up the Syrian TV building in exchange for a million Syrian Pounds, a fake passport and promises of providing him with travel arrangements, lodgings and work abroad.
When he asked the terrorists why they wanted to blow up the building, they told him that these instructions came from Saudi Arabia.
Hasan agreed to execute the terrorists’ plan, and al-Shennawi visited him in his home to teach him how to carry out the attack, giving him two soda cans containing a clear explosive liquid, instructing him to get them into the targeted building, and he complied and hid the cans in his personal locker.
At a later point, al-Shennawi brought Hasan two cigarette packs containing the parts of a detonator, and he took them to the building and waited there until the end of his shift at 2 AM when he called his brother-in-law who gave him instructions.
Hasan attached the detonator which was connected to a cell phone and the cans by wires, and then placed the device in a bag and headed to the control room in the building at 4 AM, but it was crowded and he was too scared to plant it there, so he planted it in an editing room and called his brother-in-law 30 minutes later, then left the building at 8 AM.
After arriving at his house, he reported to his brother-in-law again, and less than an hour later his wife told him that an explosion took place in the Syrian TV building and three days later he went back to work as if nothing happened.
The aforementioned bombing resulted in injuring four workers at the General Establishment of Radio & Television, causing damage to equipment and rooms, and shattering windows.
Le terroriste Hassan: J’ai déposé un engin au bâtiment de la radio et de la télévision et l’a fait sauter en coopération avec des terroristes
Le terroriste, Mahmoud Mohammad Hassan, a avoué avoir déposé un engin explosif au bâtiment de l’établissement général de la radio et de la télévision, et l’a fait exploser le 6 août 2012 en coopération avec des terroristes, faisant nombre de blessés parmi les employés.
Dans des aveux diffués par la TV syrienne, Hassan, né en 1982 à Artouz dans la banlieue de Damas, travaillait comme un technicien de montage dans les deux chaînes “Souria Drama” et “Nour al-Cham”, dont le siège audit bâtiment.
Il a affirmé que son beau-frère, Mohammad lui a demandé de faire sauter le bâtiment contre un million de L.S, un faux passeport et un travail et une résidence à l’étranger avec sa famille, ajoutant que Mohammad lui a dit que “ces instructions venaient de l’Arabie saoudite”.
Après avoir accepté l’exécution de cette attaque, Hassan a souligné que l’un des terroristes surnommé Ahmad al-Chinawi lui a donné deux canettes de soda contenant un explosif liquide et équipé de détonateurs pour les faire entrer au bâtiment.
Le 6 août, jour de l’explosion, il a exécuté l’acte terroriste, blessant quatre de ses amis.
L.W. / L.A.
From SANA by SyrianFreePress.net Network