The Great Muslim Civil War
- Author: Zachary Reyes Jun 24, 2017,
Jun 24, 2017, 21:45
Meanwhile, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned that his country would launch a new incursion into northern Syria to counter any threats from USA -backed Syrian Kurdish fighters who are engaged in a battle to capture the IS stronghold of Raqqa.
As per the Defense Department of Australia said on Tuesday, that there are six Royal Australian Air Force fighters are based in a UAE base, and all the aircraft in the Australian inventory are F/A-18F Super Hornets, which are the same as the U.S. fighter shot down the Syrian one.
The US official told CNN that another Syrian Su-22 fighter made an approach Tuesday in what the military assessed as a possible bombing run on the SDF near the same area.
Last Sunday, the IRGC fired six mid-range missiles from its bases in western Iran to target ISIS positions in eastern Syria.
Thus, the Australians authority is taking precautions, to stay safe in the region.
Two Russian Navy frigates and a submarine have fired six Kalibr cruise missiles on Islamic State targets in Syria, the Defense Ministry said. It has been battered by strikes from a host of enemies - from the USA and its regional allies to the Syrian government that is backed by Russian Federation and Iran. The area is far from the main battle lines of Syria's civil war, which still rages.
However, they're still a presence in Syria despite Russian involvement since 2015.
United States officials say three top ISIS officials have been killed by the coalition around Mayadin.
The Russian Ministry of Defense called the downing of the plane "a cynical violation of the sovereignty of the Syrian Arab Republic" and "military aggression".
Turkish politicians, including President Erdogan, have lashed out against the possibility of a Kurdish state either in Syria, Iraq, Iran or Turkey.
Russian Federation is one of the strongest backers of Syrian President Bashar Assad's government and has been carrying airstrikes in the country since September 2015. We are in the killing-ISIS business.