Britain’s Defence Secretary Michael Fallon on Thursday 17th September 2015 reported on the gains made by the Royal Air Force in the anti-ISIL campaigns since last September.
For this period, the Air Force aerial strikes have eliminated more than 330 ISIL Takfiri fighters in Syria.
“We do not believe there have been any civilian casualties as a result of UK strike activity.” Fallon said in a written parliamentary statement.
Britain Prime Minister David Cameron is seeking to win parliamentary support in order to extend the war against ISIL in Syria as some of Cameron’s Conservative party members are opposed to expanding the air campaigns.
UK has been on the terror frontline fighting ISIL terrorist who are known in committing heinous atrocities ranging from decapitations and crucifixions of civilians across board including Christians, Muslims, Shias and Kurds.
Early this month of September, Cameron said at least two Britain citizens believed to have been fighting alongside ISIL were killed by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in a Drone strike in Syria.
The Britain PM justified that the slain nationals had been plotting to orchestrate attacks on their own soil according to intelligence sources.