Russian Warplanes Pound Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham Around Aleppo City (Video, Photos)

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On June 7, warplanes of the Russian Aerospace Forces carried out a series of airstrikes on the positions of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and its allies in the districts of al-Zahra and Lirmun north of the city of Aleppo, according to the Russian news outlet RusVesna.

The HTS-lined news agency Iba’a released photos showing the after math of the Russian airstrikes.

Russian Warplanes Pound Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham Around Aleppo City (Video, Photos)

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Russian Warplanes Pound Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham Around Aleppo City (Video, Photos)

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Syrian pro-government sources said that these Russian airstrikes were a response to HTS’s actions. The group shelled the northern districts of Aleppo city with dozens of mortar and artillery rounds during the last few days.

Last months, HTS and the Syrian Liberation Front (SLF) breached the de-escalation agreement and resumed their military operations against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the civilians around the city of Aleppo. This happened after the establishment of two Turkish observation posts in the town of Anadan and the al-Rashidin housing complex, north and west of the city.

Some experts believe the SAA and its allies may found themselves forced to launch a military operation to secure the northern districts of Aleppo if militants continue their attacks.

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  • neil barron

    The evil ones are given an inch and they take a mile then take this too hell.

    • FlorianGeyer

      And “there’s the rub”. The US population on general have been fed by Hollywood for decades the invincibility of the American Military Hero.

      In the real world soldiers from all nations are a mix of a few heroes and the majority who just want to get home in one piece.

      The US domestic population largely lives in La La Land when it comes to war. That is why they cry for war as the USA has never suffered the total devastation of war.

      If the US continues the march to war with Russia and China , devastation will visit all the US cities and towns. As a nation the US population is amongst the least able to cope mentally with such a disaster.

      • Barba_Papa

        I don’t think that Americans crave for war. Personally I think they don’t even like it that much. They’ll applaud a brief Desert Storm like war, before things go FUBAR. But when shit starts hitting the fan, like with the Iraq insurgency, support for a war drops drastically. Only two things then work in favor of the US government, the hero worship of the American soldier. The government may be wrong but we gots to support the troops! And the burden of an unpopular war are not felt evenly throughout society. Vietnam was felt throughout the US thanks to the draft. Anyone could lose a son. Now its only sections of US society that feel the impact of war, just like in Europe by the way. And that makes these wars pretty much invisible to the general population. And when wars are invisible most people don’t care that much.

        • potcracker2588

          You dont think that americans carve for war?????????????????
          on lsd, heroin and cocaine right now , ey dude???
          didnt go to school?????
          small lesson for u
          1776 usa creation
          1776-1795 Cherokee wars-indian cherokee nation

          1785-1793 Northwest indian war-indian
          1798-1800 Quasi war-france

          1801-1805 First barbary war-marocco
          1811 Tecumseh war-indian
          1812-1815 War of 1812-britsh/spain
          1813-1814 Creek war-indian cherokee nation
          1815 Second barbary war-algiers
          1817-1818 First seminole war-indian-spanish florida
          1820-1875 Texas indian war
          1825-1828 Aegian sea war- Greece
          1832 First sumatra war-sumatra
          1832 Black hawk war
          1835-1842 Second seminole war-indian-spanish florida

          1838 Second Sumatra war-sumatra
          1838 aroostook war-british, maine
          1842 Ivory coast war-ivory coast
          1846-1848 mexican war-mexico
          1847-1855 Cayuse war–cayyuse, oregon, indian
          1851-1900 Apache war-apache,indian
          1855-1856 puget sound war-indian,washington

          1855 Fiji war-fiji
          1855-1856 rogue river wars-indian
          1855-1858 third seminole war, seminole,florida
          1855-1858 Yakima war. indian
          1865-1859 Second OPIUM war- china
          1857-1858 utah war
          1858-1866 Navajo war,indians, new mexico
          1859 second fiji war-fiji
          1859-1861 first and secong cortina war- mexico
          1860 pajute war- indian,nevada
          1861-1865 civil war
          1861-1875 yavapai wars, indian, arizona
          1862 dakota war- indian sioux, dakota-minnesota

          1863-1865 colorado war..cheyenne,sioux
          1863-1864 shimonoseki wars-choshu, kanmon straits
          1864-1868 snake war, indian,oregon,nevada,california,idaho
          1865 powder river war, indian
          1866-68 red cloud´s war,indian
          1867 formosa war- Taiwan
          1867-1875 comamche war
          1871 korea war-korea
          1872-73 madoc war
          1874-75 red river war-indian
          1875 las cuevas war-mexico
          1876 great sioux war-indian
          1876-77 buffalo hunter war
          1877 nez perce war
          1878 bannock war
          1878-79 cheyenne war
          1879 sheepeater indian war
          1879-81 victorios war
          1879-80 white river war
          1890-91 pine ridge campaign
          1891-93 garza revolution#
          1896-1918 yaqui wars
          1898-99 second samoan war
          1898 spanish american war
          1899-1902 philippine us war
          1899-1913 moro rebellion -philippines
          1899-1901 boxer war-china
          1910-1919 border war.mexico,germany
          1912 negro rebbelion/banana wars- cuba
          1912-33 nicaragua war
          1914-15 bluff war
          1914 veracruz war-mexico
          1915-35 haiti war
          1916-24 dominican republic war
          1914-1918 WW I
          1923 last indian uprising war -utah

          1939-1945 WW II
          1950-53 Korea war
          1958 First lebanon intervention war
          1961 bay of pigs -cuba
          1965-75 Vietnam
          1965-66 Domenican republic uprising
          1966-67 bolivian uprising
          1967-75 cambodia
          1978 south zaire war
          1982-84 lebanon
          1983 invasion grenada
          1986 libya
          1987-88 tanker war iran-iraq war….us joins iraq
          1989-90 panama
          1990-91 gulf war
          1991-2003 iraqi-us war/ no flight zones,north+south
          1992-95 somalia intervention
          1992-95 bosnia war
          1994-95 haiti intervetnion
          1998-99 kosovo war
          2001-present afghanistan war
          2003-present iraq war
          2004-present north pakistan war
          2007-present somalia war
          2009-16 operation ocean shield -indian ocean
          2011 libya
          2011-17 uganda war
          2014-present syria war
          2015-present yemen war
          2015-present libya

          americans are ..bloodthirsty from the day they are born…show no remorse, no regret…and most dangerous of all…..americans are moral degenerate , shows best with the 2 nukes thrown at a defensless japan, and at the highly toxic radioactive munition used starting in bosnia up to iraq.

          ps. stopp writing bs about american people dont want wars……their country was built on war, genocide and robbery.cut the fuckin bullshit

          • Walter D.Burnett

            potcracker2588:
            At best, you put together a reasonable timeline of wars, genocides and conflicts. Beyond that, you obviously have little, if any knowledge of true historical aspects of the vast majority on your list. Perhaps only the basics. Naturally, I’ll tend to each item on your list and likely will find much of your dissemination as faulty by the way you dissemble your utter lack knowledge of world and U.S. histories. You know nothing of the people of the United States. You’re blaming the American people for deeds of the profiteering, double-dealing, genocidal war-mongering House of Rothschild (since the 1760’s) i.e. World Bank, IMF: International Monetary Fund, the king of all banks: the Bank for International Settlements, wholly owned/controlled central banks in 162 countries, U.S. Federal Reserve Bank System/IRS: Internal Revenue Service, Bank of England, Council on Foreign Relations, NATO, also following WW1, the “League of Nations,” later to become the United Nations and so much more. The list of all that they control on Earth is extensive. Most of these entities are owned/controlled by Rothschild and the other twelve world dominating families, generally and widely known as the NWO 1%’ers. Rothschild’s have orchestrated, and greatly profited from both sides of every war and conflict since the French Revolution to present day. Included are Roman Catholic so-called church, their militant arm, the so-called protector (actually controller) of the “church,” the Jesuits. Then of course we have Freemasonry. Before you jump in with your vile anti-Semitic, vitriolic and hateful rhetoric, another bit of self-education on your part, will show you that the Rothschild’s are Satan serving ‘Zionists,’ not Jews or rather specifically, not members of the 12 tribes of Israel. Their origins were Khazaria, circa 740 AD in large part, what is now Georgia and part of southern Russia, between the Black and Caspian Seas. Later in Frankfort, Germany, circa 1760’s, did Mayer Amchel Rothschild change his name, becoming the ‘Father of the Rothschild’s.’ Since that time, they prefer to be called Ashkenaz or specifically, Ashkenazi Jews, (false Jews). Feel free to look up the library of info concerning Rothschild’s history. I triple-dog dare you. Naturally, as with any historic documents and biographies, you’ll have to sift through the occasional discrepancies one comes across to seek the truths you desire. Similar to a ‘jig-saw’ puzzle with pieces missing or extra pieces added.

            By your comment below, I see that you are obviously one of low I.Q. and extremely poor education. Not meant as insult, just acute observation. You would fit rather well into such vile organizations as the Democrat founded, Civil War losing, slave owning/murdering racists, the KKK (Ku Klux Klan) and other dimwitted neo-Nazi anti-American Fascist/terrorist groups.

            This is likely a complete waste of my time, as someone of your weak-minded ilk have no compunction to educate yourselves to truth and reality. G’day

          • Ostap Bender

            You forgot overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii and annexation by US Marines in 1893…

          • Barba_Papa

            Dude, just because the American government is addicted to war does not mean that Americans (there is a difference) are. Also note that for the vast majority of its time the US had and still does have an all volunteer army. Which makes it VERY easy to go to war somewhere. Since getting one ourselves in the 90’s the Netherlands has been involved in more wars then during the entire Cold War period. And nobody here knows ANYTHING, or even cares much about our current engagements in Mali and Afghanistan. Nobody likes them, but since these wars don’t impact our lives one bit nobody cares enough about it to do something about them.

            So are the Dutch warmongers too? Quit confusing governments with the people that they rule over. Or did you not go to school?

        • FlorianGeyer

          I agree. There is much wrong for many reasons with compulsory service but as you rightly say, it concentrates the minds of the cross section of the population.

    • potcracker2588

      jew satanic prick wriiting again…man i surely wanna kill your family u jew bastard……home in satanic israel prick?or good old stupid moral degenerate drug taking porn infested USA???
      die with your jew satanic family………we ever meet u a dead man

  • temujin1970

    The Turks are facilitating these attacks. They still have territorial designs on Syria. Erdogan cannot be trusted.

  • svenne svensk

    Are they going to attack the turkish forces?