Why are the Americans complaining as Russia bombs the takfiri terrorists in Syria? Washington says its favorite terrorists are being bombed. The terrorists have already started fleeing; so much for their bravery. Russia has vowed to intensify attacks and cleanse the throat slitters and organ eaters from the Levant.
Saturday October 03, 2015, 16:49 DST
Russia has carried out more then 60 air strikes against takfiri terrorist positions in Syria since September 30 prompting Washington to complain its terrorists are being bombed. At least 50 Daesh targets have been hit resulting in the destruction of command posts, warehouses storing ammunition and explosives, communication hubs, training camps as well as mini-factories that made weapons for bombers.
Russian strikes stand in sharp contrast to the so-called American attacks in which little of value or substance has been hit since last year. The US has simply not been interested in hitting and destroying the terrorists, using them instead to undermine the government of President Bashar al Asad. Colonel General Andrei Kartapolov, a senior Russian General Staff officer said today that Russian air strikes on the takfiris had forced 600 terrorists to flee to Europe.
The Russian made the remarks in a statement released on today to brief journalists about the outcome of Moscow’s three days of air strikes in Syria. “Our intelligence shows that militants are leaving areas under their control. Panic and desertion have started in their ranks," he said, adding, “Some 600 mercenaries have abandoned their positions and are trying to find their way into Europe.”
And the Russians are not going to relent. Instead, they have announced plan to intensity the air strikes and increase the number of sorties to degrade and destroy the terrorist bases in Syria. Moscow says its air strikes have succeeded in undermining the material and technical resources of the militants and degrading their combat potential significantly.
Since launching its air campaign against terrorist targets at the request of the Syrian government, Russian planes have razed to the ground an ammunition warehouse near the city of Jisr al-Shughur and also hit a Daesh training camp close to the town of Maaret al-Numan, both in Idlib Province, northwestern Syria.
Earlier today, the Russian Defense Ministry announced that over the past 24 hours, Su-34 fighter jets had bombed a command post in Raqqa Province, which is under Daesh control.
"A powerful explosion in the bunker means that it was also used by terrorists to store a large amount of ammunition," the Russian Defense Ministry said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has vowed to go after the terrorists and cleanse the Middle Eastern country of this menace with determination, unlike the shadow boxing that the US has been involved in. Another positive outcome of the Russian air campaign in Syria has been that the Zionist war criminals have also been driven from Syrian air space.
Two nights ago, four US-Supplied Israeli F-15s fled when Russian Sukhoi planes confronted them.