Monday, December 26, 2016

Russian Airstrikes Supporting Turkish Troops but US Support Lacking. Not a surprise.

It was reported here on more then one occasion that the US was NOT supporting Turkey’s Operation Euphrates Shield- This lack of support news had come from main stream sources though the news garnered minimal coverage- still it was present. But, mostly ignored.

Just a few posts covering the disconnect between the US & Turkey regarding Operation Euphrates Shield:

Today, what's being reported?

Two particularly interesting tidbits!  It’s being reported that Russia planes flew sorties in support of Turkish troops in Syria- It’s obfuscated by the mainstream-  but it’s there. Al Masdar is openly reporting the news.
Secondly: Turkey has asked for coalition support to fight ISIS and none has been coming...

What's Missing from the reports?

-The media focus is not on the disconnect between Turkey and the US led allies.
-The media is not asking the all important question- Why is the US not assisting in this fight against ISIS if the true reason for the coalition being in Syria and Iraq is the fight against ISIS?


Readers here are all aware of my thoughts on what is really happening in the region

- Fight against ISIS is the smokescreen for the real agenda
- Greater Kurdistan aka Israel 2.0
- Remaking the Middle East and North Africa
- Kurds/ISIS = KurdISHIS: symbiotic partners at the NATO teat

Skynews
Russian air support for Turkish operation:

The Russian air force carried out airstrikes on Sunday and Turkey said 226 militants had been "neutralised" in its latest operation but troops had been unable to take complete control of the Syrian town.
Almasdar

The Russian Air Force carried out its first airstrikes over the key city of Al-Bab on Sunday, marking the first time during this war that their aircraft have directly aided the Turkish Army.

According to a military source at the Kuweires Airport, a group of Russian Su-24 and Su-34 fighters jets carried out airstrikes over Al-Bab in east Aleppo, resulting in the destruction of several mechanisms that belonged to the so-called "Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham" (ISIS).
Link

The Russian Air Force carried out its first airstrikes over the key city of Al-Bab on Sunday, marking the first time during this war that their aircraft have directly aided the Turkish Army.
According to a military source at the Kuweires Airport in Aleppo, a group of Russian Su-24 and Su-34 fighters jets carried out airstrikes over Al-Bab in east Aleppo, resulting in the destruction of several mechanisms that belonged to the so-called "Islamic State " (ISIS), AMN reports.
 
Russian Air Force assisting Turkish troops.

No Coalition Support:

Hurriyet (don't worry I've got additional info and direct attribution)

Sky News,again

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, said: "The international coalition must carry out its duties regarding aerial support to the battle we are fighting in al Bab.

"Not giving the necessary support is unacceptable.


“These circles, which always level criticism at Turkey on ISIL, are not giving the necessary support for our struggle against ISIL in Azez, Jarablus, Dabiq and al-Bab. This is unacceptable,” presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin told reporters on Dec. 26.

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4 comments:

  1. Thanks for this, Penny. I hope Russia and Turkey team up in an effort to get retribution for the recent cabal war crimes against both countries (assassination of Russian ambassador and downing of plane carrying Russian choir). Unlike the US/Israel/NATO axis...Russia has to act within the framework of International Law...since it has become the defacto leader of the civilized world...fighting the Rogue parallel/proxy cabal.

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    1. your welcome GC
      always here to enlighten to the best of my ability

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  2. http://www.dailysabah.com/europe/2016/12/24/nato-chief-auditor-yves-chandelon-found-dead-in-suspicious-incident

    http://www.basnews.com/index.php/en/news/middle-east/320123

    https://www.newsbud.com/2016/12/22/newsbud-breaking-news-nato-chief-auditor-in-charge-of-terrorism-funding-murdered-in-belgium/

    http://www.basnews.com/index.php/en/news/kurdistan/320487

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    1. http://www.dailysabah.com/europe/2016/12/24/nato-chief-auditor-yves-chandelon-found-dead-in-suspicious-incident

      Isn't that interesting and very, very suspicious Ally
      thank you
      sure smells like an assassination.

      my husband is a lefty and there is no way in hell he'd use his right hand, unless absolutely unavoidable (unnatural/not normal), - even though it's hard to be a lefty in a right hand world

      sloppy assassins. not even his gun, of course
      can't blame the family at all

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