On September 21, 2016, Russian Arabic language Sputnik news agency reported that Russian warships stationed in Syria’s coastal waters targeted and destroyed a foreign military operation room killing 30 top Israelis, American, British, Turkish, Saudi and Qatar intelligence officers who were directing the America’s “moderate rebels” al-Nusra via US-Israeli drones – trapped in Aleppo (Syria) by Syrian forces and Hizbullah fighters.
“The Russian warships fired three Caliber missiles at the foreign officers’ coordination operations room in Dar Ezza region in the Western part of Aleppo near Sam’an mountain, killing 30 Israeli and western officers,” reported Sputnik.
The operations room was located in the Western part of Aleppo province in the middle of sky-high Sam’an mountain and old caves. The region is deep into a chain of mountains.
Russia carried the attack two days after the US military jets bombed an aid convoy killing 20 Syrian Red Cross workers in city of Aleppo in order to divert Syrian military pressure on US-Israel friendly ISIS throat-cutters.
A 2001 foreign policy paper authored by Bill Clinton’s former Jew staffer James Philip Rubin, married to Christine Amanpour. The paper recommended that the US would impose regime change by supplying arms to anti-Assad rebels, but without US troops, and that Russia wouldn’t dare oppose America – that the new US-backed Syrian government would abandon ties with Iran, turn against Hizbullah, and potentially negotiate a peace settlement with Israel, while the rest of the Arab world cheers America as fighting for their people.
After reading comments on the death of the ‘Friends of Syrian People’ by a fellow Canadian blogger – I have nothing to add.