WW4/Middle East Files: Pentagon avoids confrontation with Russian warplanes on bombing runs in Syria, diverts 2 F-16s en route from Turkey’s Incirlik air base to ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, US Air Force pilots under orders to alter flight path (i.e., “turn tail”) if Russian plane(s) within 20 nautical miles; US-backed, Islamist rebels in Hama province resist combined offensive by Assad’s troops and Russian airstrikes, down 2 combat helos; MSM uncertain whether choppers Syrian or Russian but UK-based al-Araby website reports downed helos probably Russian, Kremlin based at least 6 Mi-24s in Latakia last month, although Syrians also fly “Hinds”; Syrian Chief of Staff Gen. Ayoub describes army ops as “a vast offensive to defeat the terrorist groups,” “weaken the fighting capabilities of Daesh [ISIS],” but does not specify locations; meanwhile, 500-700 ISIS militants “making gains” in Israeli-occupied Golan Heights as Free Syrian Army faces weaponry, ammo shortages; Washington insists more than 90% of Russian airstrikes have targeted Syria’s “moderate opposition”; DC-based think tank describes Russia’s cruise missile attack against Syrian rebels as “bravado,” “chest-thumping,” first time supersonic “Klubs” used in warfare, highlights Moscow’s alliance with Tehran, growing influence in Baghdad

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One response to “WW4/Middle East Files: Pentagon avoids confrontation with Russian warplanes on bombing runs in Syria, diverts 2 F-16s en route from Turkey’s Incirlik air base to ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, US Air Force pilots under orders to alter flight path (i.e., “turn tail”) if Russian plane(s) within 20 nautical miles; US-backed, Islamist rebels in Hama province resist combined offensive by Assad’s troops and Russian airstrikes, down 2 combat helos; MSM uncertain whether choppers Syrian or Russian but UK-based al-Araby website reports downed helos probably Russian, Kremlin based at least 6 Mi-24s in Latakia last month, although Syrians also fly “Hinds”; Syrian Chief of Staff Gen. Ayoub describes army ops as “a vast offensive to defeat the terrorist groups,” “weaken the fighting capabilities of Daesh [ISIS],” but does not specify locations; meanwhile, 500-700 ISIS militants “making gains” in Israeli-occupied Golan Heights as Free Syrian Army faces weaponry, ammo shortages; Washington insists more than 90% of Russian airstrikes have targeted Syria’s “moderate opposition”; DC-based think tank describes Russia’s cruise missile attack against Syrian rebels as “bravado,” “chest-thumping,” first time supersonic “Klubs” used in warfare, highlights Moscow’s alliance with Tehran, growing influence in Baghdad

  1. mah29001 October 9, 2015 at 2:08 am

    Here’s something to watch on this report, it sounds like Russia is denying reports that the missiles it fired were ever diverted…is God demonstrating to Russia what He might do if they join forces with Iran and its allies to invade Israel?

    http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/10/08/432591/Russia-cruise-missiles-Daesh-militants-Syria-crash-Iran-rejection

    Israel on the other hand has repeatedly told Russia it does not want conflict with Russian troops. However if the capital of Syria is blown up via nuclear terrorism, expect Iran’s allies to blame Israel and all the anti-Israel Islamic governments be gunning against Israel as well.

    This is how it could end…

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