Proof Cameron’s much vaunted Syria airstrikes are even worse than a failure

Tom Pride here shows that not only was Britain late on the scene to bomb Syria, most of the victims of the bombing campaign are civilians, including the local hospital.

Pride's Purge


So it seems Jeremy Corbyn – and the other minority of MPs who voted against airstrikes in Syria – were right.

The strikes against ISIS in Syria are not only a failure – but they are also being strongly criticised by anti-ISIS activists inside the Raqqa region.

Figures released by US Central Command show that – because of a lack of targets – the UK has carried out just 3 bombing missions against ISIS in Syria.

But the much argued-over airstrikes are worse than a failure. They’re actually doing great harm to civilians – most of whom are prisoners of ISIS.

An organisation known as RBBS – which has already received an International Press Freedom Award for its work – is a fearless group of around 18 citizen journalists in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, who risk their lives sending out regular anti-ISIS reports and producing an anti-ISIS magazine inside the city itself.

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