Pilot of Syrian aircraft shot down by US-led coalition found in Raqqa

Pilot of Syrian aircraft dropped by US-led coalition found in Raqqa
Syrian Sukhoi Su-22 aircraft. File photo.

Raqqa (Syria News) Syrian army troops, on Monday, found the pilot of the aircraft that was shot down by the US-led international coalition in the countryside of Raqqa, north of Syria.

Sputnik News reported that the Syrian army found Captain Ali fahd, alive in the village of Shuwaihat in the countryside of al-Rasafa, north of Tabqa in southern Raqqa, while added that the pilot landed using his parachute, after the US air force shot down his Sukhoi Su-22 aircraft, yesterday, in the Syrian Badiyah.

Yesterday, international coalition shot down a Sukhoi 22 warplane, belonging to the Syrian regime, in the city of Tabqa, west of Raqqa, however, they did not identify the reasons why the warplane was shot down.


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  1. Yes they did elaborate on why the Syrian aircraft was shot down. It was attacking Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) that were trying to liberate Raqqa from the ISIS pigs.

  2. Sputnik news is crap news. Putin controls the media in Russia and always makes up false pro Russia news. If you believe Sputnik then you are a fool that believes Russias crap.

  3. The claim that the SU22 was attacking SDF forces is just that: a claim, that is likely more of a rationalization. Syrian government sources say he ws attacking ISIS positions. If you believe everything that comes out of Washington, after decades of lies and propaganda, then you are a fool…

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