ISIS 21 Terrorists Shot Down In 130 Airstikes

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After Israel in Syria, now Russian fighter jets have wreaked havoc. In the last 24 hours, at least 21 ISIS terrorists have been killed in Russian airstrikes, while hundreds are said to be injured. In the past 24 hours, the Syrian government-backed Russian Air Force has carried out airstrikes at least 130 locations across the country. A few days ago, Israel also destroyed several Iran-backed militia targets by firing several missiles into Syria.

Russia carried out 130 airstrikes in 24 hours

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that 21 terrorists have been killed in 130 airstrikes conducted in the last 24 hours of the Russian Air Force. These attacks have been carried out at ISIS bases in Aleppo, Hama, and Raqqa. ISIS carried out several attacks on the government army and militia on Saturday. After which the Russian Air Force has taken this response. In these ISIS attacks, 8 Syrian government-backed militias were killed.

Fighting continues in every part of Syria

At this time, fierce fighting between government-backed forces and ISIS fighters continues in Syria’s Badiya region. In which the Russian Army is also assisting on behalf of the Syrian Government Army. Syria and Iraq have been facing ISIS terror since 2014. With this, the whole of Syria has turned into a battleground. At present, there is no such area except the Syrian capital Damascus which is directly under government control. Everywhere, either local armed groups are in the possession of the remaining ISIS terrorists.

Syria became a battleground between many countries

Syria, devastated by ISIS militants, is now becoming a battleground between powerful countries around the world. There has already been an escalation of Russia and America. While Russia is supporting the Syrian government, the US opposes them. The US supports military squads of Kurds, a minority faction in Syria. At the same time, Israel is also continuously attacking to eliminate the presence of Iranian militias in Syria. Turkey is also trying to bolster its interests on the strength of mercenaries in Syria.

Russia appealed for peace with Israel and Syria

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has appealed to Israel and Iran not to make Syria a battleground. He said that Syria should not be turned into a battleground between Tel Aviv and Tehran. He has asked Israel to inform Russia about terrorists instead of taking military action. Let us know that for the last several years, the Russian army has been deployed in different parts of Syria.

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