The defense Ministry has compared the Raqqa bombed in 1945, Dresden


The strength of the US-led international coalition against terrorism during the operation to liberate the Syrian city of raqqa fighters from the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia) bombed its German Dresden during the Second world war. This was stated Sunday, 22 October, the representative of the Ministry of defense of Russia major-General Igor Konashenkov, reports TASS.

“Raqqa has inherited the fate of Dresden in 1945, erased from the earth, the Anglo-American bombing,” he said. The representative of the Ministry added that during the operation killed many civilians.

Konashenkov noted that now the US, France and Germany reported emergency allocation of millions of dollars and euros for the restoration of peaceful life in the city. According to him, in fact they are seeking “to quickly cover up the traces of the barbaric bombing of the US air force and the “coalition”, buried in the ruins of thousands of Raqqa “liberated” from ISIS civilians.”

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October 20, “the Democratic forces of Syria” (DSS) — supported by Washington’s military units stated that the city and its environs will become part of a decentralized Syria.

On October 17 it became known that the Arab-Kurdish DSS completely cleared from the militants of Raqqa, self-proclaimed capital of ISIS. The terrorists seized the city in 2013. His release was one of the main goals of the international coalition led by the US, a leading military operations against extremists in Iraq and Syria.

In mid-February 1945 the US air force and UK bombed standing on the Elbe river in Dresden. According to the official version, published by the German experts in 2010, with only 13 to 15 February of the last year of world war II in the city killed 25 thousand people (used to be called the numbers 200 and even 500 thousand victims). It also destroyed up to 80 percent of the buildings, half of homes were almost completely destroyed.