The Russian Air Force, alongside their Syrian counterparts, unleashed a massive assault across the northwestern region of Syria this morning. 

Led by their Sukhoi jets, the Russian and Syrian air forces heavily targeted areas controlled by the jihadist rebels in the Hama and Idlib provinces; they would concentrate their efforts on the Turkestan Islamic Party’s bases and trenches. 

Among the many areas targeted by the Russian Syrian air forces where the Jisr Al-Shughour and Al-Ghaab Plain of northwestern Syria. 

According to a military source in western Syria, the Russian Syrian air forces launched more than 30 airstrikes over this rural region on Friday, hitting a number of jihadist targets near the Turkish border. 

These airstrikes come as the Russian, Iranian, and Turkish governments meet in Tehran to discuss the Idlib situation this weekend. 

As of now, the Syrian army still plans to launch their large-scale offensive in northwestern Syria; however, this could change if an agreement is made at the Tehran Summit. 

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Moomin troll
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Moomin troll
2018-09-07 12:55

More boom boom for breakfast!

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2018-09-09 10:09
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Hope well be able to send all the shithadists to their “god”.
The sooner, the better.

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FlorianGeyer
2018-09-07 15:08

Its decision time for Erdogan.
His life depends on it 🙂

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2018-09-09 10:07
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Hope he’ll do the wrong one and end like Mussolini, hanged by the feet to a butcher’s hook!

n.md.148
n.md.148
2018-09-07 13:28

zio hardcore war criminals were given a chance to live but they prefer to rot in perm h**l with their vile, bankrupt masters

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2018-09-09 10:10
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Ah, Erdogan is zio? Israelis would be puzzled learning that one of main Hamas backers now sides with them!