In 10 days, Russian bombing of the ISIL butchers has destroyed almost 40% of the entire ISIL infrastructure already, and has the ISIL retreating towards the Turkey border. Obama and his idiot cabinet advisers, who have never operated even an ice-cream machine have made fools of our Navy, Marine, and Air force officers and fighter bomber pilots for over a year, ordering them NOT TO DESTROY THE ISIL TARGETS, but instead blow up sand dunes, and in a recent case, bomb a hospital.
I foresee the Free Syrian Army teaming up with Assad of Syria and the Russian forces, and then totally destroying the ISIL from the country of Syria. In return, the Free Syrian Army will be awarded their own territory to rule, cut off of original Syria. Israel, the United States, England, Turkey and France (and also throw in Sen. John McCain... Mr. 'Song Bird' of the Hanoi Hilton) who all had their evil hands in this covert operation to overthrown Assad of Syria have totally failed. It was all about OIL and GAS. The same was true with Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Russia Demolishes ISIL Targets, Slams Washington for Missing Their Mark
As the United States and its allies continue to accuse Russia of targeting militants not affiliated with the self-proclaimed Islamic State terrorist group, Moscow has pointed out the hypocritical nature of Washington’s claims, while continuing to devastate insurgent targets.
"The American and other air forces have been carrying out strikes for a year already," Major-General Igor Konashenkov said, according to RIA Novosti.
"But we have grounds to believe that they have not always…been striking terrorist targets."
The Russian campaign, however, has proven remarkably effective. According to Riad Haddad, Syria’s Ambassador to Russia, roughly 40% of the Islamic State’s infrastructure has been destroyed in only a week of bombing.
The Russian Defense Ministry also reported on Wednesday that an airstrike near Aleppo on Sunday wiped out nearly all of the terrorist group’s anti-aircraft vehicles.
In light of Washington’s targeting concerns, Moscow has offered to share intel. That proposal has so far gone unanswered.
"This means that either our partners do not have such coordinates, or that they for some reason do not want us to hit these targets," said Colonel-General Andrei Kartapolov, head of the Main Operations Directorate of the Russian General Staff, according to RIA Novosti.
"The reason for this remains unclear to us."
That refusal to cooperate is especially surprising given the Pentagon’s claims that it was forced to re-route aircraft operating over Syria.
"We have an instance, at least, where there’s been action taken to make sure we didn’t have an unsafe separation [distance]," US Navy Captain Jeff Davis, a spokesman for the Pentagon, said on Wednesday.