Canada's first bombing campaign against ISIS began on Sunday when the CF-18 warplanes started their first strike missions. Bombs were dropped on Fallujah, just west of Baghdad. The American puppet government in Iraq lost control of Fallujah back in January when the CIA-trained and funded ISIS overpowered the local police and army.
All three CF-18s returned to their base without getting shot down. The details of the bombing campaign have remained secret from the Canadian media. The statement from the Defence Minister's office in Ottawa did not give details on what was targeted and whether they were successful. It is assumed that, like the American air-strikes, the CF-18s were targeting military vehicles and economic targets such as oil refineries.
More information is expected to be released tomorrow.
The CF-18s took their strike orders from the Americans, who are leading the coalition against ISIS. Britain, Australia and several Gulf states are also contributing to death and destruction from above. The air-strikes have, as expected, reinforced ISIS propaganda and recruited more militants to their cause.
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