BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 A.M.) – The Russian Aerospace Forces launched several airstrikes over northern Hama and southern Idlib last night, targeting several bases and depots belonging to the Islamist rebels.

According to a military source in Damascus city, the Russian Aerospace Forces repeatedly struck the Islamist rebel positions inside the towns of Khan Sheikhoun, Kafr Zita, Al-Lataminah, Zakat, and Al-Salihiyah.

The Russian Aerospace Forces would launch these airstrikes all night, despite the large presence of the Turkish troops in northern Hama and southern Idlib.

These airstrikes by the Russian Aerospace Forces marked the first time in several days that they have attacked the Islamist rebels this part of the country.

The Russians previously avoided launching airstrikes over this part of the country due to the recent Astana peace agreement; however, due to the recent attacks by the Islamist rebels, the Russians have resumed their airstrikes over northern Hama and southern Idlib.

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Vangelis Kotsios
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That’s it
Come on turkey fight the whole world
or
take your calipHellshitoutof Syria

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Seems many in the “Islamic world” see Erdogan as the “Mahdi” (messiah). It seems more and more he came to believe it…

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It is now obvious that these so called airstrikes are just a sham because Russia does not want to irk Turkey. Lattakia and the illegal Turkish presence there should be the main focus of these airstrikes not Idleb.

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Nur Muhd

elimiination of zio terrorists is still well and alive

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Ah, Turkey and also Salafists (strict Islam) are pro Israeli? That’s surely why Turkey funds Hamas, was behind Chechen anti-Russian jihad and backs the (Uyghur)Turkmenistan Islamic Party (TIP) in Xinjiang (China).
Stangely, the “Supreme guide of the revolution” in Iran also backs Hamas while Hamas backs al-Nusra/HTS