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They are different from the US Census Bureau estimates which will be released later this monthAlthough President Barack Obama’s administration announced the Syrian air strikes three months ago as a joint campaign by Washington and its Arab allies nearly 97 percent of the strikes in December have been carried out by the United States alone according to US military data provided to ReutersThe data shows that US allies have carried out just two air strikes in Syria in the first half of December compared with 62 by the United StatesThat accentuates a shift that began shortly after the start of the campaign in late September when US allies carried out 38 percent of the strikes The percentage quickly dropped to around 8 percent in October and 9 percent in November according to Reuters calculations based on the dataUS officials are keen to prevent the coalition from fraying over concerns about the air campaign’s direction Some allies have long worried the air strikes might unintentionally bolster Syrian President Bashar al-Assad by striking a common enemy sources said Others in the region are also saying privately that the US-led campaign against Sunni extremists needs to do more to help Sunni MuslimsHowever officials in the United States and the region insist that political tensions simmering within the coalition had nothing to do with dwindling coalition strikes"It’s a question of targets From a military perspective the cooperation is extensive and deep" said a source familiar with Gulf strategy in the coalitionTwo factors are at play: a decline in the overall pace of strikes and fewer easier-to-hit fixed Islamic State targets after nearly three months of bombings US officials and Gulf sources saySuch fixed targets were initially bombed by Bahrain Jordan Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates while the United States has from the start focused on more difficult ones using precision-guided munitions to avoid civilian casualties"There are simply less (fixed) targets" said a US official speaking on condition of anonymity "From our point of view that’s a good thing It means that the strikes are having an impact"Just under half of the 65 non-US coalition air strikes in Syria tallied until 3 am on Dec 15 took place in the first nine days of the air campaign in late September according to US military data US allies carried out 20 air strikes in October and just 14 in November The only two strikes by Washington’s allies this month targeted an electronic warfare garrison near the city of Raqqa on Dec 7 a US official saidMORE CAPABILITY FEWER DOUBTS IN IRAQThe drop in air strikes by coalition partners in Syria underscores the contrast with the campaign in IraqAcross the border the United States has allies with highly trained and equipped air forces including Britain France Canada and Australia They see the air campaign in Iraq on far more solid legal ground since they are there at the invitation of BaghdadSyria on the other hand is considered off-limits by many allies particularly those in Europe because of the Syrian government’s public opposition to the US-led air strikes"It’s legal issues It’s concerns that our European partners and others have about where Syria is going" one US official said "So the reality is even though we say the problem knows no border by definition there’s a distinction"The United States intensified its campaign in Syria in October carrying out 233 strikes as the battle over the Kurdish border town of Kobani became a focal point It carried out another 146 in NovemberIn total the United States carried out 488 air strikes in Syria through Dec 15 according to US military dataMaking the strikes harder the Islamic State is operating less out in the open and increasingly establishing itself "in or near civilian-use facilities" one US official saidA diplomat in the Gulf described the allies’ role as largely symbolic given the scale and complexity of US operations"There are targets and all involved know the US is more 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