Saturday, July 9, 2016

Syria News

(Geilenkirchen) NATO, quick off the ball (as usual), has stated that it is going to deploy its Boeing E-3A AWACS aircraft to the Levant, in which to spy on ISIS and its bunch of homo-cidal followers.

ISIS has managed to down a Syrian Mi-25 (export version of the Mi-24) near Palmyra, Syria, resulting in the deaths of its two Russian pilots (Evgeny Dolgin and Ryafagat Khabibulin,) Apparently, the Mi-25 had just expended its ammunition and was turning around in which to return to base when it was shot down by the jihadists.

The Syrian regime has launched an offensive to retake two rebel-held villages in central Syria after a shaky ceasefire came to an end. The towns of Zara and Hirbnafsa in Hama province were shelled and bombed by regime forces on Saturday. The villages are held by al-Qaeda affiliate al-Nusra Front and allied rebel groups.

Rebel shelling into government-held parts of Syria's second city Aleppo killed at least 38 civilians on Saturday, a war monitor said, as Syrian government forces continued their offensive to completely encircle rebel-held parts of the city. Those killed included 14 children and 13 women.

ISIS have executed four footballers in Syria after its religious leaders said supporting football was anti-Islamic. The victims, who played for popular team Al-Shabab, were beheaded in front of a crowd of children in Raqqa after they were accused of spying for the Kurdish YPG.