Russian jets have conducted missions over Syria from an airbase in Iran — the first time a major power has done so since the Islamic Revolution there in 1979.
It seems as though the “allies” are fighting a war amongst themselves, under the guise of the war on terror with the Syrian border. This can prove to be fatal on the West’s and Russia’s part, because while Russian warplanes are bombing U.S. backed Anti- Assad rebels, the real war wages on, and ISIS militants get the upper hand.
The irony is, if ISIS wins, then it doesn’t matter if someone is pro- or anti-Assad. There’s a larger issue at hand that is brewing as these fatal squabbles between East and West wage on.