US Sept. attacks in Syria were coordinated: Analyst

A counter-terrorism analyst says the September airstrikes in Syria by the United States which killed at least 90 Syrian soldiers were “coordinated” and should be addressed as “war crime.”

On September 17, two F-16 and two A-10 jets entered Syrian air space from Iraq and carried out four attacks. Reports said the air raids were conducted by American, Australian, Danish and British warplanes.

The Pentagon said Tuesday the airstrikes were an “unintentional error,” adding that the US-led coalition had launched the air raids based on wrong intelligence.

Scott Bennett, a former US Army psychological warfare officer and counter-terrorism analyst, told Press TV on Wednesday that the attacks exposed US deception and ongoing “propaganda war.”

The attacks were “an indication of treachery deceit and continuing propaganda war that the United States under the Obama administration and the incompetent bundlers in the CIA and commanders in US Central…

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