In the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, four warships of the Russian navy in the Caspian Sea have fired a total of 26 cruise missiles on positions of ISIS in Syria, the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu announced.
'Intensive work of the various intelligence agencies in the past two days have made it possible to discover a large number of IS systems. Command posts, ammunition dumps, arms depots and training camps of militants. In the early morning, war ships of the Caspian Flotilla and airplanes were used against them. Four missile cruisers fired 26 cruise missiles at 11 targets. According to the control data all targets were destroyed. Civilian objects suffered no harm'
Parsifal, October 7, 2015
That's a big surprise, an attack on the ISIS from the Caspian Sea, so from the other side.
Who would have thought it possible ?
I used to swim on the Iranian side of the Caspian Sea and took a vacation, which is 25 meters below the normal water level of the oceans.
This means that the Russian remote cruise missiles had to travel 1.500 kilometers, demonstrating the power of this weapon.
In addition, the countries of The Iran and Iraq had to be flown over to reach Syria.
The two governments have apparently given permission to overfly their territories.
We see here an example of how the four countries, Russia, The Iran, Iraq and Syria to cooperate militarily in the fight against the terrorists.
'As of today 112 goals since September 30 have been hit'
'The intensity of the attacks will increase. The Russian air forces have destroyed 19 command posts, 12 ammunition depots, 71 military units and 6 factories producing booby traps. 23 aircraft continue hammering the positions of militants since this morning '
ISIS hiding weapons next to mosques
The following video shows footage of a Russian drone showing the displacement of weapons of ISIS.
Due to the effective destruction by the Russian attacks vehicles with weapons and ammunition are placed directly next to mosques and other civilian buildings.
So they should be protected from the attacks, or if they are destroyed, one has the excuse, how but evil are the Russians, because they attack mosques.
Since the ISIS blows historical monuments from the Roman era without scruple in the air, as is happening again in Palmyra, is be trusted them entirely to blow up mosques as False Flag to make it look like a work of Russians.
With this covering by the System Media, we soon may brace for.
The difference between a radical and a moderate terrorist:
President Putin's 63rd birthday on October 7 !
'Благодарность за помощь в Сирии' - Парсифаль
'I love Germany and make no bones about it. I speak always bad German, but I like the German language. I love German culture. It occupies an enormous place in the civilization of mankind. Russia has always been linked by close ties with Germany'
- Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview with Süddeutsche Zeitung October 11, 2006
Western and more recently Russian airstrikes, chaotic leadership and mass defections have weakened the jihadi group to such an extent that it would be unable to repel even a small invasion force.
A terror analyst told Express.co.uk that the fanatics have vastly exaggerated their military strength and called on Western leaders to launch a co-ordinated fightback which would obliterate the hate group.
Dr Afzal Ashraf said ISIS has become its own worst enemy with its campaign of terror against the West, which has prompted an international backlash.
A US-led coalition including Britain has launched airstrikes against the extremist group which have killed thousands of its fighters after being outraged by its barbarity.
And Dr Ashraf said that another atrocity on the scale of this summer's Tunisia beach massacre could result in boots on the ground and an end to ISIS' evil grip on power.
AP,ISIS has been significantly weakened by airstrikes
AP,The Kurdish Peshmerga have been driving ISIS back in northern Iraq
AP,An abandoned ISIS outpost which was overrun by Kurdish forces
He said: "This mythical state will disappear in a matter of hours once the international community decides to act.
"It won't take very long at all to drive them, if not out of all of Iraq or Syria, then certainly the majority of their territories.
"They will hide in towns, but I would say do not to follow them as they would use innocent civilians as human shields.
"Leave them in these isolated settlements and they will soon lose control."
AP,ISIS has reportedly lost half of its fighters
AP,Footage from a Russian drone showing the destruction of an ISIS headquarters
AP, Smoke billows from an ISIS building after an airstrike
ters have now been killed, whilst others are deserting en masse after their salaries were slashed.
He said: "They have built up this superhero status because of the way the Iraqi army just fell apart when they confronted it. But that was not very much to do with their ability to fight, it was to do with the Iraqi army, which just doesn't have a leadership that inspires. Once you've got a General running off you don't expect the soldiers to stand and fight.
"As a result, they have given the impression that they are far more capable than they are. If we had serious forces fighting in a coordinated battle against these people they wouldn't last very long at all."
AP,A terror expert said ISIS' fearsome reputation on the battlefield is unwarranted
AP,ISIS' advance has stalled after its initial gains
AP,Dr Afzal Ashraf said ISIS' Caliphate could fall within hours of an assault
His comments came as it emerged that ISIS is now indirectly inspiring far more terror plots abroad than it is carrying out itself.
Research by the Henry Jackson Society showed that the jihadis have been involved in the planning of just one Islamist attack in the last 14 months.
Instead, three quarters of those plotting atrocities in the group's name are inspired by online videos and had never had any contact with its fighters.
He said: "Late last summer when ISIS came under attack from Western forces it started to lash out, first through beheadings of Western hostages.
"The reason we've seen a fall in beheadings since then is because they achieved nothing. ISIS had a lot of demands and they never succeeded in those demands.
"Instead they are now encouraging attacks in other countries, but their actions both in terms of inspiring these attacks and in causing a refugee crisis have taken the heat off Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad and have put the focus of the main threat onto them.
"What's happening with these attacks, particularly the Tunisia attack, is that the British government has now taken an increasingly more assertive and aggressive role in the fight against them.
"ISIS has now achieved itself through its own actions what many politicians and people failed to do, and that's to galvanise the international community against it."
His comments came after Russian warplanes pounded nine ISIS outposts in Syria, obliterating a key command centre and potentially killing dozens more of its fighters.
Last week Kurdish troops sent fighters from the hated jihadi group running for the hills following a fierce firefight in northern Iraq.
The fearsome Peshmerga fighters captured several villages west of the key oil-rich city of Kirkuk, which is already in their sights.
It was to be expected, the propaganda of the Western media against Russia began as if on command immediately after learning of the air strikes against the ISIL in Syria.
As if the horror stories prepared for a long time and were in the drawer, they appeared immediately.
Reuters has spread first the hoax, the Russian jets had attacked positions of the 'moderate rebels' in Homs, rather than the terrorists of the Islamic State.
They cited a so-called opposition leader named Khaled Khoja, who has claimed 36 civilians were killed.
Then have instantly all usual suspects of newspapers and TV stations parroted and spread this lie.
Here, the US Secretary of so called Defense Ashton Carter has said the Pentagon can not confirm the accusations.
Moscow criticized the misreporting violently and called it an information war.
Parsifal, September 30, 2015
image top: Command centers of the ISIS in the mountains were completely destroyed
'Russia had not even launched its air campaign against the ISIL, Foreign Minister Lavrov has expressed no single word before the US Security Council, since numerous reports in the media have already been published, civilians have died because of the Russian approach and aimed at democratic forces in Syria'
said the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova.
'It's all an all-out information war, a war that we have experienced so many times,'
Zakharova also said she would have been completely surprised by the magnitude and speed, over what she called an 'info-injection' in the social media, as 'pictures of the alleged victims' who have appeared on the net, whilst hardly have begun the Russian air operations.
'What can I say? We know very well how such images are formed',
she said, and reminded them of the Hollywood movie 'Wag the Dog', about a war not held in Albania, with fake media reports, photos and TV images but victims deceived the audience.
The spokeswoman calls on the media, especially the western media, they should not find out from dubious sources such as Twitter or Facebook, but should contact the officials of the Russian Defense Ministry, if they fail to provide correct information about the operations in Syria.
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