Independent: Openly calling for NATO upping the ante to save terrorists
Disaster can only be averted through international pressure. The UN, the International Syria Support Group (ISSG) and other states should be more vocal in calling for the Assad regime to lift the siege.Written by a NO GOOD Organization mouthpiece
From their lips to your eyes!
Raed Al Halabi, a fighter in the local Halab al-Shahba Brigades, said on Tuesday a coalition of armed groups will launch shells and car bomb attacks against Aleppo's government-held neighbourhoods with the hope of advancing and opening the government-besieged supply route into the city.
"The shelling on regime military sites has already started and we will begin the advance soon," he told Al Jazeera by telephone from the battle frontline in Aleppo.
SANA, the Syrian government's official news agency, reported that at least seven civilians were killed by rebel-launched shells in Aleppo on Tuesday afternoon.
Ahmad Jalal, a fighter in Jaish al-Islam, confirmed the escalation of the efforts to drive back government forces, saying that rebels have attacked al-Ramosa neighbourhood, a stronghold of government forces and militias loyal to Assad.
In Aleppo's Hamdania neighbourhood, a government-held area, Fatah Halab also launched shells and bomb attacks. "Smoke and fire has filled the whole area," Hajjar said.
"But the effectiveness of the rebels' counteroffensive depends on the level of support their backers are willing to supply," Nashishibi told Al Jazeera.
Recall this news? I know it's come to my mind these last couple of days.
The U.S. Air Force is ready to create a no-fly zone in Syria, as stated by General David Goldfein, Rosbalt reported
General David Goldfein is the US Air Force Chief of Staff- Appointed late April to the position.Followed shortly thereafter with this post:
"According to him, there are three conditions necessary to introduce a no-fly zone. First, is the permission to shoot down all planes that enter the no-fly zone, including Russian ones.
Turkey has adjusted its military rules of engagement to allow NATO allies to carry out more patrol flights along its border with northern Syria, a Turkish official said Tuesday.What Turkish official said that?
What official told Reuters this?"Some NATO countries, especially Britain, complained that they could not perform enough patrol flights on Turkey's Syrian border as the engagement rules were too strict," the official told Reuters.
Turkey eased engagement rules to bring them in line with NATO policies three weeks ago."After talks ... Turkey eased these engagement rules to bring them in line with NATO policies," he said. NATO was told about the move around three weeks ago, the official said, but coalition countries had not yet carried out additional flights.
In my opinion Erdogan survived the coup attempt, or the battle if you will, but he will not survive the war- I have expressed suspicions about Yildrim previously. Those suspicions have only grown stronger.