However until a full statement is issued we will take a cautious approach.
But if the US led military strikes have resulted in the death of 36 civilians, including 20 children, it should be a wake-up call.
Direct, indirect or accidental bombing of innocents who are caught in the cross fire of various rebel and terrorist groups, Syrian government forces, Russian forces and the US led coalition is the sort of activity which breeds more hate and a new generation of terrorists.
It is one reason that many people in the UK supported politicians who last week voted no to UK airstrikes in Syria.
Precision airstrikes are a myth; the stuff of dreams or fiction. Even with the best will in the world, and modern weapons, ensuring no civilians are hit is not possible.
War is a messy business and there are a lot of players in the Syrian war.
Yes the military may be able to operate a limited 'collateral damage' strategy and try silencing critics but when you consider how many military personnel are injured or killed by so-called friendly fire in war what hope is there for civilians?
[The number of dead is still vague-but dead they are who is responsible is secondary to that]
From August 2015- More than 450 civilians, including 100 children, have been killed by US-led coalition airstrikes against ISIS, claims report.
The House tried to ride rough shod over Corbyn, a courteous man who 'gave way' too many times; even endured Tory snot Jacob Rees Mogg making a childish intervention aimed at distracting Corbyn from the job in hand.
Mr Corbyn had a tough job on his hands today. Cameron applied the Tory whip to his party and was expected to win the vote; the fact that a vote was held indicated that; he had already said he would not risk a vote he might lose after a Commons defeat on airstrikes in 2013.
A UN resolution seemed to sway some Labour MPs but we should always remember the UN is not really an independent body.
Corbyn did not apply the Labour whip as too many of his MPs looked set to resign if he did; perhaps he should have called their bluff? If MPs cannot offer support to the party's democratically elected leader they should be gone and now; waiting to act will jeopardise the party's credibility and chances at upcoming elections.
Given a free vote it is ironic that even the Labour whip voted with the Tories.
Much was made of the fact that we are part of airstrikes in Iraq so why not Syria? But after we spent years wrecking Iraq then abandoning it when it suited they called for help.
The West may like to disregard Syrian leader Assad but at time of writing he is still the leader of that country like it or not.
The West were quick to support Turkey after it brought down a Russian jet, when it allegedly crossed into its sovereign state, but in our true state of western global hypocrisy we think we can just hot foot it into Syria when it suits.
Emotional blackmail and opportunism has played its part in extending British military airstrikes into Syria.
Well many countries are cash strapped and overcrowded and there is nothing like a good war to bring in money and level the world's population downward.
Tory fat cats will now make a great deal of money and so will Israeli weapons companies and more.
Add into the mix NATO welcoming Montenegro into its fold this week and you can see we are going to war.
That assumption has been down played but is now on the cards.
Russia has warned NATO about including Montenegro in its alliance; the first expansion of NATO in six years with timing that stinks.
The USA will have its own game plan and be several steps ahead of us already. It has gone after Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and now Syria-where next most people ask?
Cameron has sold military intervention in Syria on dodgy numbers [70,000 ground forces who will gain ground when we strike] and on the pretext that it will make the U.K. a safer place.
Daesh was allowed to grow out of western supported rebels as we followed some sort of American master plan and now the chickens have come home to roost.
In 2013 Cameron pushed for airstrikes to support rebels who morphed into monsters.
Will the extended airstrikes make us all safer?
How soon before mission creep?
Cameron has said there will not be UK troop boots on the ground but that may be because the military service numbers here have been slashed.
We are in for 'interesting' though not necessarily safer times. Government assurances that no innocent civilians have died in Iraq, or will die in Syria, due to airstrikes have a hollow ring to them.
[MPs voted to extend airstrikes in Syria by 397 votes to 223 – a majority of 174, with 67 Labour members defying their leader and voting in favour-but unlike the Tories they were given a free vote. All SNP MPs voted against the motion]
Guardian - Syria airstrikes: what happens after the Commons vote
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