The Russian military at the Hmaymim Airfields in Jableh, Latakia reportedly obstructed the communication lines between Turkey and the jihadist rebels in northern Syria on Thursday morning.

According to the official media wing of the Tiger Forces, the Russian military identified several communication points between the jihadists and Turkish intelligence in northern Syria, prompting them to disrupt these lines in order to create internal chaos for the opposition forces.

Earlier this week, Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, said during a press conference in Moscow that the Russian military will be stepping up their operations inside the Aleppo Governorate after several ceasefire violations were committed by the jihadist forces.

This latest move by the Russian military to cutoff jihadist communication lines is part of the plan to punish the latter for violating the ceasefire and targeting civilians inside Aleppo City.

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Blazing Fury
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Blazing Fury

Where is the UN? Rights activists? Evil Russia is violating rights to fight jihad…really evil.

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you don even shy to said it ” that to punish” the rebel for targeting civilian