They’re getting the job done.
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‘General Konoshenkov has more good news to report on the Russian campaign against terrorism in Syria:
“Over the last three days, Russian jets made 137 sorties in the Syrian Arab Republic and destroyed 448 facilities of terrorist infrastructure in the provinces of Aleppo, Damascus, Idlib, Latakia, Raqqa, Hama and Homs,“
“A direct hit led to the destruction of four mortars and an ammunition depot, an airstrike by a Su-24M bomber destroyed a hangar with four tanks and one APC inside,”
“In the suburbs of Zerba, in the Idlib Province, a large Jabhat al-Nusra command center was destroyed. The facility was established over the course of the last three weeks and it was well camouflaged.”’
“In the area of Mont Mgar, Damascus Province, Islamic State’s warehouse of unguided missiles was destroyed. That warehouse had regularly supplied militants with unguided missiles that were used to systematically bombard the residential areas of Damascus.“
Two Russian SU-25 jets in Latakia, Syria. (Photo Credit: Mil.ru)
Because of this immense level of success, Konoshenkov also reported that “significant changes” and being employed in terrorist tactics:
“Armed groups aren’t acting as blatantly as they used to even a month ago,”
“They’re constantly changing routes for arms and ammunition supply, which are mainly carried out at night with all the necessary masking in an attempt to hide from strikes, by both Syrian government troops and Russian air forces.”
Although the US has now finally admitted that ‘moderates’ are actually aligned with the terrorists, special forces units have still been dispatched in a move to salvage some of those Western supported assets.
Would it not be wiser to assist the Russians instead of looking for a reason to attack them?