The Russian Ministry of Defense announced on Wednesday that their Air Force carried out several airstrikes in Syria’s northwestern region. 

Using their Sukhoi jets, the Russian Air Force unleashed a flurry of airstrikes over over the jihadist positions near the Turkish border on Tuesday. 

Among the many targets of the Russian Air Force on Tuesday was an anti-aircraft missile factory the belonged to the jihadist rebels in the Idlib province.

The Russian Ministry of Defense said that their Air Force managed to destroy this anti-aircraft missile factory, along with a weapons depot that belong to the jihadist rebels in this area. 

Furthermore, the Russian Ministry of Defense said that their Air Force destroyed a couple of bases belonging to the jihadist rebels near the Turkish border. 

With a major offense of brewing in northwestern Syria, the Russian Air Force has intensified their airstrikes over this region in order to weaken the jihadist resolve before the Syrian army launches their long awaited assault.

Below are three videos from the Russian Ministry of Defense that shows their Air Force targeting the jihadist rebels on Tuesday:

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there are zio illegal occupiers lurking behind waiting to pounce – give them all what they deserve – the total elimination of their slaves asap

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The fact that the US terror gangs are able to manufacture anti aircraft missiles etc demonstrates that specialist technicians who have far more advanced technical ability than normal gangs of thugs and this points to Western assistance.

Even Saudi Arabia with all her wealth cannot do this 🙂

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Anti-aircraft missile factory? C’mon, they can’t even manufacture ATGMs, even the 1st gen. wire-guided ones! All they have been seen with recently was having refurbished an old Sa-2 previously seized from SAA. Even 50’s SAMs aren’t at hand to produce to many nations and I don’t think that a Turkish company like Roketsan would open a factory in Syria, as any missile builder! C’mon, Leith Aboufadel, do not believe everything the Russian MoD say, or verify if something wasn’t lost in translation : from another source, I red that there were some ManPADS in storage, and well, if true, they’ve… Read more »