Dozens of displaced persons have been killed in an air raid allegedly carried out by the US-led anti-ISIS coalition on a school where they were sheltering in the ISIS-controlled Al-Raqqah province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) said on Wednesday. It reported that at least 33 people were killed in the bombardment by warplanes believed to belong to the International Coalition, carried out in the city of Mansura in western Al-Raqqah province on Tuesday night. SOHR activists said that 33 bodies being pulled out of the rubble of the school before members of ISIS arrived to drive civilians away.
A Syrian teacher, Wafa Mohammed Ali Zeidan, during an interview with Al Jazeera journalists have hypothesized that the Syrian regime with the support of Russia has in mind to destroy the educational system with the air attacks. The Zeidan theory is supported by the major humanitarian organizations but is clearly refused by both the Damascus government and Russia.