The pilot of the old Sukhoi Su-22 Syrian light aircraft bombed by F / A-18E Super Hornet in the United States to protect a special Daesh veterans’ column (an Arab defiant acronym for the terrorist organization of the Islamic State ) Near Al-Raka, he managed to launch himself in time, avoiding the first missile. His name is Ali Fahd and he is a father of three children.
Special forces of the Syrian army entered the area where the aircraft fell to try to save him. A SAR operation of the most extreme as the hordes of the Daesh and Kurdish mercenaries backed by the Navy Seals of the United States are on the trail of the Syrian pilot.
Under these circumstances, the likelihood of Ali Fahd’s survival is minimal, according to analysts. However, everything is possible. No one expected a very old plane such as the Su-22, intended primarily for ground attacks, to successfully avoid a first generation of missiles (AA-Air).
The mystery remains as to why the US F / A-18E from Qatar rushed onto the Syrian plane to protect a special convoy that was moving south of Tampa and far from the US-backed Kurdish Democratic Forces.Washington justifies this act of extreme agony, with the rules of engagement to protect allies of the Coalition from whom the Kurdish Democratic Forces are. An excuse that does not stand.
According to some information from sources very well informed about the shadow war in Syria, the Navy moved Daesh veterans in a shift phase to serve Maghawir Al-Thawra (the “Communism of the Revolution”, a standard term invented by Washington) and with them were two agents of the CIA business division and Arab agents of Israeli Mossad.