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THE ONLY MODERATE FIGHTERS ON THE GROUND IN SYRIA ARE THE SOLDIERS OF THE SYRIAN ARAB ARMY WHO ARE LEGITIMATELY FIGHTING FOR THE FREEDOM AND SOVEREIGNTY OF THEIR COUNTRY. (SFP-WP Editor)
Four U.S.- led coalition warplanes targeted with 9 rockets one of the Syrian army’s posts in Deir Ezzor province, claiming the lives of 3 soldiers and injuring 13 others in addition to destroying three armored vehicles, four military vehicles, 23 mm machinegun, 14.5 machinegun and a depot of arms and ammunition.
The incident is the first of its kind since the coalition started to bomb Syrian territory more than a year ago.
The Deir ez Zor province is situated in eastern Syria, and is largely controlled by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL). The region is of significant strategic importance to the terrorist group, as it contains a number of oilfields, which are a major source of revenue for IS.
This act of war means only one thing: that the alliance led by the US does not fight against the Daesh terrorists, but it supports and defends them, in a time when the terrorist gangs are undergoing tough losses on the ground, at the hands of the Syrian Arab Army and of the Russian and Syrian Air Forces.
The US-led coalition’s airstrikes in Syria are in fact illegal, as it has never received permission from Syrian President Bashar Assad to enter the country’s airspace. In response to the UK’s decision to join the bombing campaign in Syria, Assad reiterated in an interview with the Sunday Times that the presence of Britain in Syria is unlawful as neither Damascus nor the United Nations have given London the green light to bomb Syrian territory.
“It will be harmful and illegal and it will support terrorism, as happened after the coalition started its operation a year or so [ago], because this is like a cancer,” Assad said.