Mourners carry a coffin of more than 200 people who killed a day earlier by a series of suicide bombings launched by ISIS in Sweida, Syria, July 26, 2018. A government official says the death toll from coordinated attacks on a usually peaceful city and its countryside has climbed to 216, in the worst violence to hit the area since the country's conflict began. SANA | AP
The Spin War

Coverage of Recent ISIS Attacks Shows Syrian Civilians Are Only Humanized When It Serves a Pro-Intervention Agenda

To Western media, the suffering and deaths of Syrian civilians matter only if their suffering can help further the pro-intervention narrative promoted by Western governments over the past several years.