Ambassador: Russian Airstrikes Destroy 40% of ISIS Infrastructure in a Week  

October 7, 2015   |   admintam

Sputnik International
October 7, 2015

Syria’s Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad said that around 40 percent of Islamic State infrastructure in Syria has been destroyed since Russia began its military operation in the country.

(SPUTNIK) Moscow – Around 40 percent of  Islamic State (ISIS) infrastructure in Syria has been destroyed since Russia began its military operation in the country, Syria’s Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad told Sputnik on Wednesday.

“According to our data, about 40 percent [was destroyed]. In addition, a lot of terrorists have been killed. Now, they are retreating toward the Turkish border, as this country has traditionally provided them with protection,” Haddad said.


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  2. One sided biased comment, where is the neutral bystanders telling us this. I want to believe this but until I see real proof. It may as well them shooting down fairies.

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  3. Hope it's true … This info is coming from Assad's office who Russia has been supporting. Don't care who does it but IS IL must go.

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  4. Marshall soo you will see in real , when US KSA ISRAIL and turky cries in UN and NATO

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  5. You want to see proof?
    Go look!
    The fairies aren't gonna drop this "real proof" in your lap… ;)
    I haven't looked into this particular report, but based on who is responsible for the creation and arming of ISIL and of what we've seen from Putin in the past, this is not-at-all far fetched. The smear campaign against him run by the American mainstream media and our "leaders" is an absolutely ridiculous heap of outright lies.
    It's a classic case of blaming our own stink on a foreign leader–a sorry ass political version of "he who smelt it dealt it."
    And most of us are just too fucking stupid to figure it out.

    I have a ton of respect for Putin. NATO hates him because they can't intimidate him. He won't be bullied. And he doesn't showboat or dick around–he doesn't play the political games.

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  6. The US and her lackeys have not destroyed anything in a year of bombing wells and molehills.

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  9. Reminds me of how the the USA bombed North Vietnam into submission, yeah right!!!!

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  10. Uhm…at least as long as Russia shuts down every single show of aggression by NATO…it's especially hilarious when NATO sends these carriers out with intent to intimidate Russia. Just to be shut down by Russia who has,on more than one occasion, has and continues to absolutely disable military electrical systems in there entirety. So funny.

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  11. Yeah…
    No.
    Putin doesn't piddle around like the US. He actually accomplishes what he sets out to do.

    The significant difference between Putin and the sideshow schmucks running the American war racket is this:
    Putin values the folks serving in his country's military. He doesn't send them into frivolous combat in wars with no specific agenda to accomplish and no specific timeframe to do it in.

    The US doesn't enter conflicts with any intention other than occupation or regime change.
    It's always corporate interest.

    Putin ain't playin. If he's gonna take someone out, it's been thoroughly considered, deemed necessary, and carried out with a quickness.

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  12. Seems like old Puton has been piddling around for a hell of a long time in Chechnya. Of course we won't mention Afganistan where the Ruskies got their arse kicked when Putin was in the KGB.

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  13. If the US went in and actually took out all the "terrorists," they couldn't continue the waging of the war on terror.

    Wait. What?
    And what's really pathetic is most Americans actually think there is a concerted effort to take out ISIL.

    Some of us have always spoken out. 9/11 didn't justify anything.
    The really sad thing is that many Americans allowed themselves to be consumed by righteous anger, and the desire for retribution turned them into monsters and murders guilty of outrageous atrocities

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  14. I'm sorry.
    I hate the horrible things this country is responsibile for doing. We are the terrorists.

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  15. The US mainstream media is scripted. It's all propaganda and fear mongoring.
    That's the big reason every actual journalist bailed and ran to alternative media.

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  17. kerry meers…..i agree with you…hats off to vladmir putin….by exhibiting guts he has shown he is truly a world leader and icon…a role model to imitate

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  18. Nope. Obama doesn't have what it takes to go into a pissing contest with Putin…….

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  19. When America was arming the terrorists……oops I forgot we can't say that….

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  20. Isis/Isil are in like 10 countries now.. putin cant go and bomb them all!

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  21. Neither did Chamberlain,but he still ended up going to war with Hitler.If the Turks down a russian plane for encroachment,and the Russians attack them in retaliation,then the U.S. will have no choice but to help their NATO allies.This could easily happen and if it does escalation could occur very rapidly.Most big wars start as small wars and end up escalating the more parties that get involved,and with the Russians now getting involved this war is starting to take on the look of the situation that existed before WWI and WWII.

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  22. Kerry Meers Spot on. Obama made ISIS with McCain and the Sauds. Can't blame Americans so much. Saudi Arabia owns half fox news and have been heavily investing in our media since 911. Whenever Obama does something screwed up, he uses his division campaign. "Look school shooting, look white privelage, look cop shot a black kid." Division with social issues is key for his success in tearing down American privelage. God dam anti coloniolist clown doesnt realize all the good America has done. – On a side note I think your pretty.

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  23. The U.S. has no legitimate standing under international law to be militarily assisting an armed revolution against a state’s elected leader. The arming of so-called “moderate rebel” groups, which are fighting against the sovereign government of Syria, reveals an imperialistic drive by the U.S. across the globe.The “War on Terror” rhetoric the U.S. government engages in is simply a propaganda war. In truth, the “Free Syrian Army” was from the beginning simply a brand created by Western and Gulf governments.Support for terrorist groups is actually a focal point of U.S. foreign policy, which has historically been utilized by the U.S. as a means of destabilizing chosen states across the globe, with the intent of regime change.Like most U.S. related/sponsored terror, the origins of ISIS, which are directly attributable to the United States, have rarely been reported on truthfully by American media.

    Russia doing what the U.S would not do, why kill the ones your arming.

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  24. You know things are really fucked up when you believe the Russians more than your own government

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  25. If he does not play the political game, mr Putin, which game does he play then, Kerry?

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  26. If he does not play the political game, mr Putin, which game does he play then, Kerry?

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  27. He a man obama look dumb jeje putin smile at you obama jejejeje obama is so dumb that he cut are military force Sad for you .

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  28. may that fucking liers CNN a corporate reptilian Media will tell you the truth ! .. shit !!!

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  29. To be STROG … you have to be fair and Honest !! .. seems that USA with it-s puppets Alies ARE NOT CREDIBILE ANY MORE !!

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  30. The evils USA and the Saudi Arabia are the causes of all wars and destruction of the world.

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