Newsweek's Ku Klux News
I wasn't going to post very soon if at all. I am very disappointed in the less than honest way I was railroaded. Argue if you will but damage to us all is done because of issues beyond this post.
Deal then with the duplicity in these articles by Newsweek's Ku Klux News.
ISIS'S MILITARY CAPITAL BREACHED BY SYRIAN REGIME FORCES, RUSSIA KILLS 60 'FOREIGN MERCENARIES'
BY JACK MOORE Newsweek 10/7/17
"Syrian government forces have entered one of the final bastions of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in the country, supported by the Russian air force who said it had killed 60 "foreign mercenaries" in one day of strikes.
They entered the eastern town of Mayadeen on Friday. It is located in the province of Deir Ezzor and is viewed as the group's new capital as it loses its grip on the eastern city of Raqqa in the face of an offensive by a Kurdish-Arab coalition backed by the U.S.-led coalition.
"A command post of the terrorists and up to 80 (IS) fighters including nine natives of the Northern Caucasus were destroyed in the area of Mayadeen," the Russian Defense Ministry said, AFP news agency reported.
It said that its strikes killed 120 ISIS fighters and that 60 of them were foreign fighters from the former Soviet republics, Egypt and Tunisia."
This Newsweek BS omits, turkish, saudi and jordanian mercenaries.
Syria: Turkish Forces Prepare to support anti-Assa rebels in Idlib
Erdoğan offers assistance to ‘our brothers in Idlib’ as fighters from Free Syrian Army carry out campaign
"Turkish forces are preparing to enter Idlib province to support rebel forces opposing both the Syrian regime and jihadist insurgents, the Turkish president has said. Idlib and surrounding areas in north-west Syria are among the largest strongholds for rebels fighting the Syrian president,but it is now largely controlled by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, a group led by al-Qaida’s former Syria affiliate.
Edited by shaktiman, 07 October 2017 - 04:38 PM.