Informed Sources Reject Syrian Air Force’s Involvement in Attack on Camp of Refugees in Idlib
“The camp for internally displaced Syrians near Turkish border has not been bombed by the Syrian fighter jets,” the sources said.
Activists said on Thursday that an airstrike on a camp for internally displaced Syrians near the country’s border with Turkey killed at least 30 people.
The attack on the camp in Idlib province also left dozens of others injured.
“The Syrian air force has not thus far carried out any blind attack against innocent people in the last five years of war on terrorism across the country, however, the terrorist groups’ bases and position have always been targeted by the Syrian air fleet in a daily base,” the sources underscored.
Late in April, concentration centers of the terrorist groups near at least four small but strategic towns in the Southern part of Idlib province were massively targeted by the Syrian fighter jets.
Tens of the terrorists were killed or wounded in the Syrian air fleets’ bombardments near the small towns of Tamanna, Maarat, Kafr Sijneh and Maarat Zita.
The Syrian air attacks also inflicted major damage on the terrorist groups’ military hardware.
The air attacks were heavy and did not allow the militant groups to carry out their normal military movements in the region.