BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – The Russian and Syrian air forces have been hard at work, tonight, as their fighter pilots carry several airstrikes across the Hama-Idlib axis.

Led by their Sukhoi jets, the Syrian and Russian air forces initially began their aerial campaign on Saturday morning, when they repeatedly bombarded the jihadist rebels in both the Idlib and Hama provinces.

The Syrian and Russian air forces would not stop there; they would since launch over 70 airstrikes above several jihadist sites in northwest Syria.

According to a military communique from the Hama Governorate, the Russian and Syrian air forces launched over 100 airstrikes in the last 24 hours, hitting jihadist trenches, bases, and hideouts in the process.

Among the several sites targeted by the Syrian and Russian air forces were the towns of Khan Sheikhoun, Taman’ah, Sukeek, Kafr Zita, Al-Lataminah, Zakat, Alayweh, Ma’arat Al-Nu’man, Jisr Al-Shughour, Qal’at Al-Madiq, and Ma’arat Al-Nu’man.

The Syrian and Russian forces will likely continue their heavy bombardment throughout the night and early into tomorrow, as their ground troops make their final preparations before they launch their assault.

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sweet robert
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A great day for Syrians and bad times ahead for terrorists.

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FlorianGeyer

The main concern now is the planned British False Flag Chemical attack.

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Well, it’s more linked to Brit will of selling EF-2000 to Qatar since Tamim is approaching the deadline to transfer the money… Note that the purchase, as many Qatari purchases, is really dubious, e.g. the 36 F-15 too… Why? Qatar’s AF has 12 Mirage-2000 (2 thirds of a squadron) they already barely used, these were upgraded with Rafale’s systems incl. active stealth and are OK until when Safran will stop supplying spare-parts for the already discontinued M53 engine… Their AF has only 2,000 personnels for only 315-330k emir’s “subjects”. Considering Qatar already ordered 36 Rafales, which just multiplies by 9… Read more »

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ziad welds

yippy kayee mofo’s

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I feel I heard it in some movies with Bruce Willis…
Nevertheless… It’s really adapted to the situation 🙂

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FlorianGeyer

I always thought you got your narrative from the movies Daeshbag. The US military does as well. There is always an American Hero.

Meanwhile in the real world of blood and guts, the SAA, Hezbollah,Russia,Iran,Palestinian Forces,Syrian Nationalist forces and other allies have eviscerated the US Coalition of Terror’s Wahabi mercenaries. Plus a few hundred vaunted NATO special forces who directly supported the headchoppers

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

That is how it has to be ……none stop, until getting the total victory.