Sunday, June 18, 2017

We Are The Agressors As Usual: US downs Syrian fighter jet engaged in anti-Daesh operations

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 This file picture shows a Syrian fighter jet at a hangar in the al-Jarrah airbase in northern Syria.

We have no business or right to be in Syria.

A Syrian fighter plane engaged in operations against Daesh in Raqqah has been downed by the US-led coalition.

The plane crashed and the pilot’s whereabouts were still unknown, the Syrian army said in a Sunday statement.

The Syrian army’s general command stressed that the “flagrant aggression” highlights the US’s true stance against terrorism.

“The attack stresses coordination between the US and Daesh, and it reveals the evil intentions of the US in administrating terrorism and investing it to pass the US-Zionist project in the region,” it added. "This comes at a time when the Syrian army and its allies were making clear advances in fighting the Daesh terrorist group."

More @ Press TV


  1. What is going on in Syria? Trump campaigned against Obama aiding ISIS.

    It's so strange. And supposedly we're in Afghanistan to surround Iran. Is Iran truly such a threat? It seems likely to me that we could just make a deal, Iran would then tolerate Israel, then we could all be best buddies... With enough money, even Jews and Muslims can get along. Cheaper than war.

  2. Looks like Iran is starting to move. One can be abused
    only so much:

  3. The pilot survived and is being held by the SDF. The
    man in pic in the front is nice looking. Interesting
    looking like from the older Arab movies.

    1. Just saw it in pending comments and will check it out. Thanks.

  4. I posted a comment here last evening but it never showed
    regarding Far but it never materialized. I went
    to the site today, Far News, but the picture of the handsome
    man was gone, replaced by a jet plane. Strange.
    Anyways, the pilot was rescued by the SDF and is in the hosp.

    1. I just saw it about, the hug, correct?

    2. Just checked now and it took me to the site you mentioned. Thanks.