Muslimpress:Following the Russian Air strikes in Syria, Bahrain claims that Russia is barely concerned over ISIS and is dropping bombs on civilians. “Only one in 20 Russian air strikes in Syria have targeted Islamic State fighters,” Britain's Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said on Saturday. British intelligence services observed that five per cent of the strikes had attacked the militant jihadist group, with most "killing civilians" and Free Syrian forces fighting against the regime of president Bashar al-Assad, Fallon said. He said that Russia's intervention had further "complicated" the crisis, while suggesting that Britain should extend its own bombing campaign currently only operational against IS in Iraq to Syria. "We're analyzing where the strikes are going every morning," he said. "The vast majority are not against IS at all. "Our evidence indicates they are dropping unguided munitions in civilian areas, killing civilians, and they are dropping them against the Free Syrian forces fighting Assad. "He's shoring up Assad and perpetuating the suffering." Despite Russia's actions, Fallon insisted the British government would make the case to extend the RAF's strikes, saying it would be "morally wrong" not to target IS in Syria. "We can't leave it to French and Australian, American aircraft to keep our own British streets safe," he added. US President Barack Obama warned yesterday that Russia's military engagement in Syria in support of strongman Bashar al-Assad was a "recipe for disaster".