The U.S.-Backed Groups In Syria That Say They Are Being Bombed By Russia

At least two Syrian rebel groups backed by the United States say they were bombed in Russian air strikes this week in Moscow’s bid to bolster its ally, President Bashar al-Assad, in the country’s four-year-old civil war. Russia insists that the dozens of air raids targeted Islamic State (IS) militants and other “terrorists,” while U.S. officials say Moscow appears to have bombed armed Syrian groups fighting both IS forces and Assad, who Washington says should not be part of a postwar Syrian government.


Frankly America should be bombing their alleged “allies”.