(jabhat al-nusra in action)
"So, who else could Russian jets be targeting? Ruth Sherlock writes:
Russia may have targeted Jaysh al-Fatah as they are the rebel group that poses the greatest threat to Latakia, the regime's heartland and location of the Russian controlled port of Tartous.
Some background on who this group are: Jaysh al-Fateh - the Army of Conquest - is a broad alliance of hardline Islamist groups, which includes both Jabhat al-Nusra and Ahrar al-Sham.
In March this group captured Idlib, making it the second provincial capital to fall to the opposition since the start of the war.
Since then they have been effective in fighting the regime in Idlib and it looks like they may be able to push on government strongholds in central Syria and Latakia.
One interesting note - the Russians appear to have been watching this group for a long time: A year ago much of the Ahrar al-Sham leadership was wiped out by an explosion that took place where all the commanders had gathered. " Telegraph
"Jaysh al-Fateh - the Army of Conquest - is a broad alliance of hardline Islamist groups, which includes both Jabhat al-Nusra and Ahrar al-Sham."
What part of that sentence in bold above is difficult to understand? ALL THE JIHADIS ARE ENEMIES, not just IS. ALL OF THEM.
If Jabhat al Fath, captures Latakia, is it not as much lost to modernity as it would be if IS captured the town?
Madmen like McCain and various empty headed retired generals are busy on the media pushing the US public toward war with Russia. What is the matter with these people?
ALL JIHADIS ARE THE ENEMY, NOT JUST IS. pl