BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:20 P.M.) – The Russian Air Force unleashed a heavy attack across northwestern Syria on Wednesday. Led by their Sukhoi jets, the Russian Air Force began their attack by bombing the jihadist-held areas in western Idlib.

According to a source in the Latakia Governorate, the Russian Air Force hammered the Jisr Al-Shughour District, hitting Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s supply lines to central Idlib. The Russian Air Force would also bomb several jihadist targets in the Jabal Al-Zawiya region.

These Russian airstrikes followed the Syrian Air Force’s attack that began earlier in the day. The two air forces concentrated their attention on the jihadist supply lines in northwestern Syria and a number of militant hideouts.

The Russian Air Force had previously halted their airstrikes over northwestern Syria to honor the temporary ceasefire proposed by Turkey. However, the jihadist rebels launched a new offensive in northwestern Hama today, thus prompting the Russian Air Force to resume their strikes.

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Piotr Rokicki
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To, że Rosja się zgodziła na rozejm było wielką głupotą. Dzisiejsze ataki terrorystów były winą właśnie zbytniego zaufania Rosji w stosunku do Turków.

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Courtesy of Dar al-Kuffar, with LOVE 😉

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Nestor Arapa

Putin quedó como idiota al aceptar el alto al fuego de parte del gobierno Turco.
Erdogan es cabecilla del grupo de terroristas, eso debe quedar claro.

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Should I send him the MEMO: Erdoggie leader of TerroRATS. No more cease-fires when clowns are on the ropes. Deaths of soldiers with families is not to be taken lightly.

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Personal Analysis, Friday ISIS will ambush & kill Dozens of Assadi Soldiers. Saturday “FSA” will Target Assadi Soldiers with Guided Missiles and burn them alive inside them vehicle. SUNDAY “Reconciled Rebels” will attack and run over Assadi Intelligence base and kill & capture dozens Assadis. Monday “HTS” will launch a counter offencive to retake terrority in which dozens and dozens more Assadi Soldiers are killed. TUESDAY “AL QAEDA” Suicide attacks will take on Assadi Soldiers. Wednesday “Moderate Rebels” will Storm Assadi position and kill them. Thursday “Freedom Fighters” will lay bombs on way of Assadi Soldiers and then Friday ISIS… Read more »