Yesterday, US-led coalition air strike targeted a Jabhat Fatah al-Sham (formerly known as the al-Nusra Front) convoy. This took place near Sarmada in the Harem District of Idlib Governorate.

Is is unknown how many terrorists were killed from these strikes.

Today another US-led coalition air strike neutralized a prominent commander of Jabhat Fatah al-Sham.

The commander was identified as Abo Mus’ab al-Jazrawi.

The airstrike again targeted a traveling convoy, this time near Aqrabat of the same District and Governorate of yesterday’s airstrikes.

 

 

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est338lapua
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it looks as if something is chaning, on the White House, it yet to be seen if it is substantial or just another PR stunt, in any case we welcome the wholehearteadly help in transforming the Nusra convoy into a pile of molten metal whose carbon content increased thanks to the contribution of its terrorist passengers and driver

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yepp looks promising but never trust a barbarian while he’s still alive…

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Yeah! NDZ (No drive zone) acoming?… If it’s this, it’ll be p***y-grabbing, USAF style! Also in Idlib governorate : Ahrar al-Shame and c**k-Suqor al-Shame have decided to terminate Jund al-Aqsa (IS ally), thus, these are also ally to… Nusra… I feel some mofos from the Gulf with towels on their heads have decided a voluntary liquidation, considering the business void. What we can expect now? As the turbaned rats are behind each of the groups, you’ll have both entering a deadly war for the glory of Allah until just a few are left and either SyAAF/SAA and USAF will finish… Read more »

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General Mattis was confirmed as Secretary of Defense on Friday, General Mike Flynn is Trumps National Security Advisor ( former head of the DIA ), Admiral Mike Rogers is the head of the NSA and has no love for the CIA. Brennan, who was head of the CIA is now out. Those three ( Mattis, Flynn and Rogers ) understand better than anyone what is going on in Syria, ( they “really” know what’s going on ) and will probably do whatever it takes to help correct the damage that was done by the prior administration. There were two different… Read more »