After deciding not to launch airstrikes against the Syrian regime after they used chemical weapons on their own people, the United States—along with partner nations—have now launched missiles at Syrian territory. But this time the targets are not Syrian, but ISIS forces. Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby said on his Twitter feed that fighters, bombers, and tomahawk missiles have been used in the attacks.
The Guardian reported that five Arab nations, including Saudi Arabia and Qatar, were among those who participated in the mission. US President Barack Obama hinted at it in his recent speech addressing the threat of ISIS that he could strike the terror group in Syria. … Continue Reading