Well, logic imposes itself without taking the side of anyone. There were not killed children in that action because "Assad is a good person" and "don't attack poor civilians", or because the opposition to Assad is not so satanic like the one against Israel in Gaza which searches for innocent killed babies to show to the cameras? And then: if Assads' shelling "casually" kills some Sunni babies, is it due to an error or because the "Siryan rebels purposely drags the fire on the civilians in order to make propaganda aginst Assad"?
Below I quote an answer of mines to a comment in: http://avlesbeluskesexposed.blogspot.it/2012/11/icon-of-evil-ii-human-shields.html
"..avles said... You are nothing else than the old 'good' Roman empire satanic paganism which persecuted the Christians. As you cannot openly confess this [because you think to deceive God the Lord, but all will be shown to you the day of Judgement], you started to kill in some wars Muslims [by your the same Roman Catholic and Jesuit brothers infiltrated in America], and this "in the name of Judaism", in order only to have the alibi to exterminate Judaism and with it Christendom. Because Jesus Christ was Jew, 3/4 of the Bible is the Old [Jewish] Testament, and the crucifixion of Jesus on the cross by your masters the Romans, fulfilled tens and tens of Jewish prophecies. But till your death you have still an option of Salvation, just believe in Jesus Christ the Savior and that He died for your sins on the cross...."
M't:24:9: Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake.
Syria troops kill 42 armed rebels in clashes countrywide
DAMASCUS, Nov. 18 (Xinhua)-- A total of 42 armed men were killed Sunday during clashes with the Syrian troops in the east and north of Syria, the pro-government Sham FM radio said, as activists reported shelling and clashes in some areas in the capital Damascus.
The pro-government Sham FM radio said that 17 members of the al- Qaida-linked al-Nusra Front were killed Sunday at al-Jubaila district in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour.
It said that other 25 armed men had been killed in the northern province of Aleppo.
Meanwhile, activists reported heavy government troops' shelling on the Damascus district of Darya and the Kafar Souseh orchards, which emerged as strongholds for armed insurgents.
An amateur video footage appeared online claiming to show thick smoke bellowing from the Kafar Souseh orchards the adjacent Darya suburb.
Earlier in the day, mortars fired by armed men were most likely from the Kafar Souseh area, which struck parts of the Mazzeh area and seriously injured two people, causing heavy property losses, the state-run SANA said.
The violence in Syria seems on the rise with no sign of abating amid escalating economic hardship that has sent people on edge.