Russian warplanes continue on their offensives against Daesh positions in Syria. The bomber aircrafts have targeted several Daesh positions in Syria’s city of Palmyra, central province of Homs.
Russia Defense Ministry through a statement on Monday 2nd November 2015 indicated that their Su-25 fighter jets bombarded Daesh/IS positions in Tadmur locality of Homs province destroying militant’s underground bunker and anti-aircraft artillery.
Moscow which began aerial military raids against Daesh and other terrorist’s organizations targets in Syria late September insists their airstrikes are conducted out with high precision and without damage as criticized.
SUMMARY & FORECAST
Daesh/IS Takfiris controls large swathes of Syria and Iraq. The militants overran Syrian city of Palmyra and since then the militants have bombed and destroyed several temples, mines, priceless artifacts and other monuments.
Daesh extremists are known to commit heinous atrocities including human crucifixions and decapitations on all religion including Shias, Sunnis, Muslims and Kurds.
Russia vows to continue with offensives against Daesh positions in Syria amid criticism from US and other allied coalitions citing Damascus requested their military intervention.