Drian: French aircraft will continue "in self defense" to strike at the IG

The head of the French Defense Ministry Le Drian said that the Air Force will continue to strike at the IG facilities in Syria, reports RIA News.




Earlier, French Prime Minister Manuel Waltz, stressed that the bombing of the positions of the "Islamic state" is carried out "in self-defense" according to the principle: the more militants die in Syria, the fewer they will return to France.

“Other attacks will follow, other actions will follow in order to protect us and to prevent the training camps for foreign fighters from continuing to function, releasing terrorists ready to return to France and Europe”, Said Drian.

Commenting on the actions of France, the representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said recently that "the airstrikes of the French Air Force in Syria without the sanction of the UN Security Council and the consent of the country's legitimate government are contrary to international law."
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  1. Alexey Boukin 29 September 2015 10: 09 New
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    They would have thought about the “self-defense” of their territory, when not thousands of refugees but millions would flee to Europe.
    1. MIKHAN 29 September 2015 10: 15 New
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      according to the principle: the more militants die in Syria, the less they will return to France.

      The Israeli version .... To make more victims? And the most important thing from far away ... All of us (Russia) will be spoiled by the paddlers ... Well, let's see more!
      1. North wind 29 September 2015 10: 22 New
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        It would not be bad if Syrian air defense shot down a couple of French planes, they would immediately forget about their self-defense on foreign territory without the permission of the Syrian government
        1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 10: 31 New
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          Quote: North wind
          It wouldn’t be bad if Syrian air defense shot down a couple of French planes

          So they are ISIS bombing !!! What did you blow with a completely northerly wind!
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            mvg 29 September 2015 10: 41 New
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            Is ISIS "living" so far from Syria? Or in the cities that ISIS controls, do all residents support this movement? Children, women, infrastructure will perish .. That will only anger the indigenous population. EVERYONE is used to understanding ONLY strength. What fright France and the like bombing a sovereign country? For the benefit of"? No one forbade defense. Need to shoot down, definitely! Which, nafik, "the less left, the better"? You just need to "light up" Rafalka in the international arena ... For sales. And to show that such a force as France has a place to be ... Frogs, plin.
            1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 10: 54 New
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              Quote: mvg
              Children, women, infrastructure will perish .. That will only anger the indigenous population. EVERYONE is used to understanding ONLY strength. What fright France and the like bombing a sovereign country?

              Enough to invent all sorts of nonsense! Nobody is going to arrange carpet bombing of cities! Blows are inflicted on the camps and positions of ISIS! Are you sorry for them ???
              1. Pissarro 29 September 2015 14: 02 New
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                You don’t hold Igilovites for idiots at all, terrorists always set up all their headquarters, warehouses and camps in residential buildings, ideally near some school or hospital. Western flyers bomb torn pickups to simulate the fight against terror. Moreover, not a single bomb fell on columns trucks, days and nights on the road carrying stolen oil to Turkey, which it is willingly buying up. That is, nobody is going to stop the real sources of income of terrorists
          2. Arandir 29 September 2015 11: 19 New
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            So they are ISIS bombing !!! What did you blow with a completely northerly wind

            Do you also allow strangers to host strangers at home without permission?
            If the French acted as Russia, the legitimate authorities of Syria would have welcomed this. And so this is shameless interference in the affairs of another country without clear goals.
            1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 12: 28 New
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              Quote: Arandir
              Do you also allow strangers to host strangers at home without permission?

              This is if you are at home, and if you were expelled and someone wants to strike these enemies?
              Quote: Arandir
              If the French acted as Russia, the legitimate authorities of Syria would have welcomed this.

              Are they outraged?
              Quote: Arandir
              . And so this is shameless interference in the affairs of another country without clear goals.

              "The French Air Force bombarded the positions of the Islamic State terrorist organization in Syria. Air strikes were carried out on targets in accordance with intelligence gathered in the last two weeks," the Champs Elysees said on Sunday.
              So where are the "obscure goals" here?
          3. Xergey 29 September 2015 13: 09 New
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            Imagine for a moment that the planes of other countries fly in and start bombing the city, because according to intelligence data, the militants leaked to us, is that in the order of things? so in Syria, who allowed them to fly into Syrian space this time, and who allowed to bomb cities are two, so think about it.
            1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 13: 23 New
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              Quote: KSergey
              Imagine for a moment that planes of other countries fly in and start bombing the city, because according to intelligence data, our militants leaked,

              I have long gone out of childhood to represent this. What kind of permission are we talking about in territories not controlled by official authorities, captured by bandits with whom these same official authorities are fighting ??? I would thank for the help. By the way, no one gave a link to where the Syrian authorities protest and which cities were bombed. hi
              1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 14: 47 New
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                Quote: Bayonet
                and which cities were bombed.

                Well minus - this is understandable, a style of thinking. smile But still, what cities were the French bombing there? If there is nothing to answer, go to step one hi
      2. Bayonet 29 September 2015 10: 29 New
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        Quote: MIKHAN
        The Israeli version .... To make more victims? And most importantly, from far away.

        What don't you like? To this, Putin calls for ISIS to be beaten there, and not to wait for the bandits to start returning home! So who did you regret when you wrote about ISIS? More than a strange position ...request
        1. MIKHAN 29 September 2015 10: 40 New
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          Quote: Bayonet
          Quote: MIKHAN
          The Israeli version .... To make more victims? And most importantly, from far away.

          What don't you like? To this, Putin calls for ISIS to be beaten there, and not to wait for the bandits to start returning home! So who did you regret when you wrote about ISIS? More than a strange position ...request

          Victims mainly among civilians will be ...
          And Putin calls to beat ISIS (their leaders ..) and cut off funding ... Do not distort the respected! Everyone understood everything perfectly and we have experience .... hi
          1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 11: 01 New
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            Quote: MIKHAN
            Victims mainly among civilians will be ...

            Why's that? Oh yes, it is only we who know how to fight, and the rest are suckers.
            Quote: MIKHAN
            And Putin calls to beat ISIS (their leaders ..)

            By the way, Putin was not talking about the ringleaders, but about those 2000 thugs who joined the ranks of ISIS from the countries of the former USSR and he really would not want them to come back. hi
        2. Kasym 29 September 2015 11: 00 New
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          As the GDP said, such actions without the approval of the Syrian government are not legitimate. And is this Hollande not bothered that his planes may not return - there, legally, the base of the RF Armed Forces is "being equipped" !? I would advise GDP to tighten the S-400, and indeed create a layered air defense to cover the air base - then let them fly without permission! There will be no time for Jews to fly to Iran, too much will have to fly around. Therefore, they are all alarmed.
          But the French are something; and why do they need these sketches !? As if the igilov-emigrants didn’t arrange another slaughter. Oh, where did their De Gaulle’s go? Their actions are similar to the "mark". “We also took part!” - then they will yell at every step and they will attribute a victory to themselves. Oh, these Europeans, American henpecked, it would be better if they included the brains. They would recruit “normal” refugees (who lost relatives, at home; who yearn for revenge), they gave grandmothers, trained and sent to fight for their land, and soldiers would not have sent their own. No, they also gathered this aspen nest to gather more refugees ... Rafali advertise their or what? hi
        3. Arandir 29 September 2015 11: 21 New
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          Permissions need to be asked. That's the problem.
    2. Geisenberg 29 September 2015 12: 12 New
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      Quote: alexey bukin
      They would have thought about the “self-defense” of their territory, when not thousands of refugees but millions would flee to Europe.


      What for ? They simply declare a humanitarian catastrophe and hang another generation of Arabs around Europe ...
    3. vodolaz 29 September 2015 12: 17 New
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      And before that, they, along with the mattresses, supported the Syrian “opposition” with the same enthusiasm. No one has political will in the EU.
  2. Roman1970 29 September 2015 10: 10 New
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    Earlier, French Prime Minister Manuel Waltz, stressed that the bombing of the positions of the "Islamic state" is carried out "in self-defense" according to the principle: the more militants die in Syria, the fewer they will return to France.
    From my point of view, the logic is somehow perverted ...
    1. Penetrator 29 September 2015 10: 15 New
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      Quote: Roman1970
      Earlier, French Prime Minister Manuel Waltz, stressed that the bombing of the positions of the "Islamic state" is carried out "in self-defense" according to the principle: the more militants die in Syria, the fewer they will return to France.
      From my point of view, the logic is somehow perverted ...

      Normal, by the way, is logic. Russia acts on the same principle.
      1. Good me 29 September 2015 10: 21 New
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        Quote: Penetrator
        Normal, by the way, is logic. Russia acts on the same principle.

        Which, in general, was voiced, in particular, by Putin at the UN ...
        1. jjj
          jjj 29 September 2015 10: 38 New
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          Russia in Syria is acting at the invitation of the legitimate Syrian government. And these are two big differences
        2. Good me 29 September 2015 10: 39 New
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          What kind of abomination is this, small, wound up? Everything is minus, minus ...

          Catch, tear off my ears lol
          1. andj61 29 September 2015 10: 59 New
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            Quote: Good I
            What kind of abomination is this, small, wound up? Everything is minus, minus ...

            Catch, tear off my ears

            I really wanted to sympathize with you, looked at your comments - for 15 posts today there are a lot of pluses and only two minuses? In your opinion is it minus, minus (that is, 2 times)? what Minus - this is when at least one post at least five or six minuses! I’m not even talking about Israeli regulars IN, they can row in a day and a couple of hundred minuses.
            1. Good me 29 September 2015 21: 10 New
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              Quote: andj61

              I really wanted to sympathize with you, looked at your comments - on 15 posts today there are a lot of pluses and only two minuses? In your opinion is it minus, minus (that is, 2 times)? what Minus is when there is at least five or six minuses on one post!

              I’m not talking about the number of "minuses" to my specific address, but about the big picture, and it is in this topic.

              Someone, obviously "walked" through the comments, arranging the cons ...
      2. Arandir 29 September 2015 11: 36 New
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        I don’t see anything normal. Everyone is not lazy, or rather unfriendly neighbors: the Israelis, the Turks, the Americans who brewed porridge, and now, still not nepreisheymanorukov French, fly around your country bombing whom they deem necessary without asking permission from the legitimate government. Even worse, at first these figures declared the legitimate government illegitimate, armed the rebels to the teeth, supported them politically, with finances. The country is completely destroyed. To the aid of these rebels, they have already brought some kind of utter idiots of isles.
        By the way, the legal government has air defense systems. But shooting down unwanted flyers means declaring war on very numerous and powerful enemies. All understand and use it.
        Well, what's so incomprehensible?
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    2. little girl15 29 September 2015 10: 31 New
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      What a perverse? They also embody the Libyan version.
    3. Bayonet 29 September 2015 10: 35 New
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      Quote: Roman1970
      From my point of view, the logic is somehow perverted ...

      "More than two thousand militants, immigrants from the former Soviet Union, are in Syria. There is a threat that they will return to us. So rather than wait until they return to us, it is better to help Assad fight them there in Syria" - B Putin.
      In your opinion it turns out - also perverted? smile
      1. Sigizbarn 29 September 2015 14: 50 New
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        You can ask a question:
        You got cockroaches at home and your neighbors don't like it.
        How do you respect your dear neighbor who has broken your door and is starting to set fire to your kitchen?
        After all, he just doesn’t want the cockroaches to move to him later.
        Maybe a neighbor who offers you help and gives dichlorvos is better?
        Think about it!
  3. Penetrator 29 September 2015 10: 11 New
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    .. bombardment of the positions of the “Islamic State” is carried out “for self-defense” on the principle: the more militants die in Syria, the less they will return to France.

    Late, they are already in France. Start bombing Paris.
    1. Styx 29 September 2015 10: 24 New
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      If you count from Libya, then already about 4 years they should bomb. And not only Paris, but also Calais with Lapedusa.
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    3. BDRM 667 29 September 2015 12: 13 New
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      Quote: Penetrator
      Late, they are already in France. Start bombing Paris.

      It is not prudent, somehow, to bomb your own capital ...

      Let, already the British, Paris bomb, and the French London ...
  4. AdekvatNICK 29 September 2015 10: 12 New
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    Oland is also finalizing the deadline. With such a failed policy, there is no chance even in the first round.
  5. kil 31 29 September 2015 10: 14 New
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    “Other attacks will follow, other actions will follow to protect us and to prevent the camps for training foreign fighters to continue to function, releasing terrorists who are ready to return to France and Europe,” Drian said. It will be amusing to see how they bomb the NATO ally Turkey. Their territory is full of militant training camps.
    1. jjj
      jjj 29 September 2015 10: 39 New
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      And mind you, Turkey has already stopped bombing the Kurds after the recent meeting of Erdogan and Putin in Moscow
      1. olimpiada15 29 September 2015 10: 46 New
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        How not to jinx it!
  6. roskot 29 September 2015 10: 16 New
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    “Other attacks will follow, other actions will follow to protect us and to prevent the training camps for foreign fighters from continuing to function, releasing terrorists who are ready to return to France and Europe,”

    Caught grabbed. Militants are already in France and in Europe.
  7. vladimirw 29 September 2015 10: 18 New
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    Maria Zakharova recently stated that "the French air strikes in Syria without the sanction of the UN Security Council and the consent of the country's legitimate government are contrary to international law."
    Yes, they do not want to ask anyone for permission, de facto the West has arrogated to itself the right to bomb where it sees fit.
    few refugees to them, still want
    1. Styx 29 September 2015 10: 27 New
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      Only, people are very sorry, and the sight of the skeletons of their destroyed houses plunges into sorrow: how many lives have already been distorted and will still be awful!
    2. Bayonet 29 September 2015 10: 43 New
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      Quote: vladimirw
      Yes, they do not want to ask anyone for permission

      A few days ago, the topic of alleged air strikes by our aircraft against ISIS was actively discussed here. How much enthusiasm was and what is characteristic, no one remembered the sanction of the UN Security Council smile If the use of our aircraft really was, then it turns out this is also not legal?
      1. Styx 29 September 2015 10: 48 New
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        And Assad - the guy from the street, passed by ??? Indescribable Chuhna in your comment. Maybe Afghan also write?
        1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 11: 06 New
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          Quote: Styx
          Indescribable Chuhna in your comment. Maybe Afghan also write?

          What does Afghanistan have, talk about Syria. Let's not drag in the Battle of Kulikovo here, then it’s sure that the “chukhna” will turn out hiHere they are indignant why Syria does not shoot down French planes, and WHY if they attack LIH on its side?
          1. Styx 29 September 2015 11: 30 New
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            I thought you would explain to me why they were outraged. Maybe you are still more special in this matter, or at the school "Swan, Cancer and Pike" did you pass by the office of literature? How do you imagine all this: even if there are mistakes with a centralized command, then “wherever I want - I’ll put it in the air” will not lead to fatality? Well, I mean, I think myself a marshal, well, at least a ladle. But.....
            Quote: Bayonet
            no one remembered the sanction of the UN Security Council. If the use of our aircraft really was, then it turns out this is also not legal?

            It was your speech about this, and a comparison with Afghanistan is much more appropriate than with the Kulikovo field. No need to wag afterwards or bring the thought to the end immediately.
            1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 11: 59 New
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              Quote: Styx
              How do you imagine all this: if even with a centralized command there are mistakes, then “wherever I want - I’ll put a blow” will not lead to fatality?

              Both in Afghanistan and in Chechnya it happened that they naughty in their own way, this is not a secret. You give me a link to the material where Syria protests against France’s attacks on ISIS, here the noise was raised, and the Syrians are silent! By the way, none of the civilians were injured. So "wherever I want - I’ll put it there", not the topic. hi
          2. Arandir 29 September 2015 11: 43 New
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            Here they are indignant why Syria does not shoot down French planes, and WHY if they attack LIH on its side?

            Here is a stubborn one. A thousand times the people are right who came up with such wise proverbs: "the clever will not ask, the fool will not understand," "stubbornness is the dignity of donkeys."
            1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 12: 14 New
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              Quote: Arandir
              Here is a stubborn one.

              Well, what is it for?
          3. Pissarro 29 September 2015 14: 11 New
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            Aviation acts on the side of the ground forces only in one case, if it acts in concert with them. But the bombings do not understand where and do not understand what, with the impossibility of assessing the result and without ground adjustment, this is an imitation of activity for political points and drank the military budget. within a year of the notorious coalition of 60 countries, headed by Obama, ISIS only successfully expanded, crushing the Syrian army and repelling the city from Iraq
            1. padded jacket 29 September 2015 14: 15 New
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              Quote: Pissarro
              As a result of actions during the year of the notorious coalition of 60 countries, led by Obama, ISIS only successfully expands, putting pressure on the Syrian army and repelling the city from Iraq

              Looking at all this clowning of the so-called coalition under US command, I get the strong impression that it is not bombing ISIS, al-Qaeda, but the government armies of Syria and Iraq.
              1. Pissarro 29 September 2015 14: 19 New
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                I think the coalition is so brazenly not firing, but they can easily throw up ISIS aerial intelligence data, while unloading the ammunition in Syrian sand and asking taxpayers to adjust their budget
                1. padded jacket 29 September 2015 15: 01 New
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                  I think so brazenly the coalition does not burn,

                  You see, the so-called coalition has the opportunity to deliver strikes from a long range of 200-300 kilometers due to the limits of visual visibility and they can’t observe anything else (for example, I strongly doubt that Syria and Iraq have air defense radars in service) when a rocket hits the troops of Syria or Iraq, I think it’s very difficult to determine who the United States fired at or the IS terrorists from the MLRS, and no one will find out in the battle.
                  1. Pissarro 29 September 2015 15: 11 New
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                    The effectiveness of such a strike against an unsteady target is zero, and the cost of such a rocket and an expected target is not comparable, like nailing up nails with a microscope, and throwing the microscope from the 9th floor onto a nail laughing
                    1. padded jacket 29 September 2015 15: 40 New
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                      Quote: Pissarro
                      The effectiveness of such a strike on an unsteady target is zero

                      On the fast-moving, no doubt, but if it’s a blow to the cities according to the location (group) of troops, then the result will be different. Moreover, there have long been SDs if you are not in the know. And of course, no one will have to invent an individual person to shoot an expensive rocket smile
                      1. Pissarro 29 September 2015 15: 53 New
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                        Grumbling around cities is fraught with casualties among civilians whose ISIS video corpses are guaranteed to use in its propaganda. And in the conditions of the Syrian war, all troop locations on both sides are in urban areas and everything usually boils down to sluggish street fights. from the land effectively, which is what the Syrian Air Force is doing. And the horseradish that arrives knows where the tomogawk knows how the horseradish is a waste of expensive ammunition in my opinion. But I’ll lie down. smile
            2. Bayonet 30 September 2015 07: 05 New
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              Quote: Pissarro
              Aviation acts on the side of the ground forces only in one case, if it acts in concert with them

              But what about attacks on targets in the enemy’s rear lines? hi
      2. GUKTU 29 September 2015 13: 10 New
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        There are two reasons for military intervention: 1. The UN mandate, 2) the invitation (request for help) of the state. In our case, No. 2
  8. 2224460 29 September 2015 10: 25 New
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    "French air strikes in Syria without the sanction of the UN Security Council and the consent of the legitimate government of the country are contrary to international law."
    It reminds me of the “League of Nations" before the 2nd World War, there was a "league", but there was no sense. Everyone decided and blew into his own pipe. So now, the keeper of the "for self-defense", the Turks are bombing Kurds, their arrogant Saxons democracy is driven, and that the UN is only "preoccupied" and "warned."
    1. Borz 29 September 2015 10: 35 New
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      And where is Syria’s air defense? Why does it allow flights of military aircraft of an unfriendly country? Maybe I don’t know something? Why the Turkish F-4 was shot down by Syrian air defense intelligence flight rather french fighter-bombers-no?
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      2. Good me 29 September 2015 10: 57 New
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        Quote: Borz
        And where is Syria’s air defense? Why does it allow flights of military aircraft of an unfriendly country? Maybe I don’t know something? Why was the Turkish F-4 shot down by Syrian air defense during a reconnaissance flight, but the French fighter-bombers didn’t?

        Perhaps the French Air Force is bombing ISIS in areas uncontrolled by Assad where there is no air defense cover ...

        Do not forget about 70% of the territories under ISIS and other al-Nusrams. And these are huge territories, albeit largely desert and sparsely populated.

        I note, THIS IS ONLY AN ASSUMPTION. And how is it really there request .
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          Quote: Good I
          I note, THIS IS ONLY AN ASSUMPTION. And how is it really there

          And as a matter of fact, it would be interesting to learn from the Syrian side. We argue here, but what about the actions of France the Syrian leadership? I tried to find - there is nothing, can someone throw a link? hi
          1. Pissarro 29 September 2015 14: 14 New
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            Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in an interview with several Russian media at once stated that the coalition, led by the United States and leading the fight against the militants of the Islamic State, "doesn’t succeed." In his opinion, this is an “illusory anti-terrorist coalition”, which “has no serious desire to fight terrorism”.

            “The reality is that, despite the fact that this coalition has begun its operation, ISIS continues to expand. They do not succeed. This coalition does not affect the situation “on earth,” Assad said.

            According to him, countries such as Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, as well as France, the United States and other Western states, "patronizing terrorists, cannot themselves fight terrorism." “You cannot simultaneously be against terrorists and with them,” Assad said.



            Read more at RBC:
            http://top.rbc.ru/politics/16/09/2015/55f8e52f9a794734908fb474
            1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 14: 55 New
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              Quote: Pissarro
              Read more at RBC:

              You show me the Syrians who were indignant with the French blow to ISIS (because of which the whole fuss rose here), and I saw all this. If there is nothing, then thanks and on this hi
              1. Pissarro 29 September 2015 15: 05 New
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                So no one is indignant and no one is grateful. Neither cold nor hot. They want to engage in empty activities. What Bashar said. Neither ISIS nor Assad have any harm or benefit from them. And you can’t cross borders without UN sanctions or without an invitation from a legitimate government, Putin clearly said, poked their nose into international law
                1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 18: 31 New
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                  Quote: Pissarro
                  So no one is indignant and no one is grateful. Neither cold nor hot

                  So no one ??? Read the comments - they call for the downing of French planes for having offended ISIS without demand!
                  Here's an example:
                  North wind (1) SU Today, 10:22 ↑
                  It would not be bad if Syrian air defense would bring down a couple of French planes.

                  pexotinec (1) SU Today, 10:45 AM
                  The paddling trees lighted again, well, "Pacir-S," I think they will cool their ardor.

                  Volzhanin (5) SU Today, 11:38
                  ABOUT! Such a chance to test our modern weapons in the fighting!
                  It is necessary, taking this opportunity, C300,400,500 and all new developments to run immediately on the paddles and other dirty tricks.

                  So you wrote - "They want to engage in empty activities. Let them say what Bashar said." Well, if Assad doesn’t mind, why are they so wound up as if they had come to us and bombed someone's chicken coop? smile hi
      3. Bayonet 29 September 2015 11: 15 New
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        Quote: Borz
        Why was the Turkish F-4 shot down by Syrian air defense during a reconnaissance flight, but the French fighter-bombers didn’t?

        Well, for example, such a situation - attacked you (God forbid, of course), wave with a brazen opponent. Then a third appeared and also drove into his forehead. Will you put this third Fingal, is it like on your side? smile
      4. Arandir 29 September 2015 11: 47 New
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        And where is Syria’s air defense? Why does it allow flights of military aircraft from an unfriendly country?

        And why did they invent rockets? They bomb without entering the airspace of Syria. This is what the Turks and Israelis do.
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    Heck! Again a hole in the asphalt.
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    No wonder the "Gallic" cockerel was an informal symbol of France. "Roosters" they are, in a word in the Heropey’s chamber at the staff of the godfather.
  11. barsik92090 29 September 2015 10: 35 New
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    The distortions accepted by Western "civilization" as the norm have completely deprived sanity of their "elite" of sanity, logic and responsibility for their crazy actions before their fooled peoples. Crash is inevitable.
  12. pexotinec 29 September 2015 10: 45 New
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    The paddling trees lighted again, well, "Pacir-S," I think they will cool their ardor.
  13. aszzz888 29 September 2015 10: 59 New
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    Maria Zakharova recently stated that "the French air strikes in Syria without the sanction of the UN Security Council and the consent of the country's legitimate government are contrary to international law."


    Comrade Maria.
    To our regret, they piled everything in large numbers on all sanctions of the UN Security Council and other international rights and institutions.
    As they bombed when they want, and who they want, so it will continue.
  14. EFRSTR 29 September 2015 11: 10 New
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    Smeared.
  15. Volzhanin 29 September 2015 11: 38 New
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    ABOUT! Such a chance to test our modern weapons in the fighting!
    It is necessary, taking this opportunity, C300,400,500 and all new developments to run immediately on the paddles and other dirty tricks.

    Which plane entered the Syrian zone - immediately destroy, no matter who and what flew there. We need training, help to the Syrians, gavnyuk - science.
    1. Bayonet 29 September 2015 12: 12 New
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      Which plane entered the Syrian zone - immediately destroy, no matter who and what flew there. We need training, help to the Syrians, gavnyuk - science.
      1. Das Boot 29 September 2015 13: 46 New
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        Volzhanin! Thanks for the support!

        laughing total war in the air! "A cloudless sky above all ISIS ..."
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          total war in the air! "A cloudless sky above all ISIS ..."

          Yes, it seems like they want ... laughing
  16. Vladimir 1964 29 September 2015 12: 08 New
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    “Other attacks will follow, other actions will follow to protect us and to prevent the camps for training foreign fighters to continue to function, releasing terrorists who are ready to return to France and Europe,” Drian said.


    On this occasion, the French expert Eric Denes spoke quite correctly:

    “When someone says that air strikes in Syria will prevent the terrorist attacks in France, then we are talking, to put it mildly, about total nonsense,” said Denes.


    And as I have already commented, there is nothing to add to this. Except maybe Marie Lee Penn. (own repeat from yesterday)

    I have no words. fool
  17. rotmistr60 29 September 2015 12: 58 New
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    carried out "for self-defense"

    This phrase has not stopped touching for two days. The French under Hollande, and started under Sarkozy, there is a stopper for each barrel. Either they are afraid to be late for sharing (although it's too early to share something), or they are trying to show that France is the first player in the international arena. How are the coalition bombing and what kind of sense is already said, negotiated.
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      or trying to show that France is the first player in the international arena. How are the coalition bombing and what kind of sense is already said, negotiated.

      in Marseilles I saw a grimy black beggar with plywood "bombed my house." Frankly speaking, if it had been written differently, in the style of our "fire victims" or "give it to a dropper" from the subway, it would not be so hooked. I understand that the arsenal of cardboard boxes at prof.biruyushek is quite rich, but now - "they bombed my house" somehow ... A billboard in front of the Champs Elysees suggests itself.
  18. nazar_0753 29 September 2015 15: 32 New
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    French Defense Minister Le Drian said the Air Force will continue to strike at IS facilities in Syria

    Demonstration performance of the French aircraft industry, a la "watch our planes fly, buy French aircraft"
  19. Koronik 29 September 2015 15: 41 New
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    "Drian: French planes will continue" to defend themselves "to strike at IS"

    And there’s no one to explain to anyone, no agreement with the UN that we want to turn back, and that’s the paddling pool, and that speaks of others. No need to specifically send the bulk of the refugees to France, and so that most of them were warriors of the Isis.
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    It’s time for France to finish looking for various pretexts to bomb someone. It would be better if they closed their newspaper, such as "Charlie" and the like, so as not to pierce the already red-hot atmosphere that prevails within the country. fool