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    Post  George1 on Mon Aug 04, 2014 11:09 pm

    Kurds Plan Counter-Offensive Against Islamic State - Reports

    MOSCOW, August 4 (RIA Novosti) - Kurdish armed Peshmerga forces are planning to launch a counter-offensive against Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq's north, Reuters reported on Monday, citing senior Kurdish officials.

    “We will attack them until they are completely destroyed, we will never show any mercy," the news agency quoted a Peshmerga colonel as saying.

    "We have given them enough chance and we will even take Mosul back. I believe within the next 48-72 hours it will be over," the colonel said.

    Earlier in the day, Reuters reported that Islamic State militants seized the town of Zumar in northern Iraq and a nearby oilfield Sunday after defeating Kurdish Peshmerga fighters, who largely control the area. Some 14 Kurdish military were killed as a result of a firefight, while about 100 people died and 38 were taken captive from the Islamic State.

    According to earlier reports, Islamic State militants control most oil and gas fields in Iraq and Syria and sell crude oil to finance their network of activists in Damascus and Baghdad.

    The Islamic State is a Sunni group that has been fighting in Syria against the country’s president, Bashar Assad. In June, the group launched an offensive in Iraq, taking over large parts of the country, with the goal of seizing Baghdad, and announced the establishment of a caliphate on the Iraq-Syria border.

    The Islamist caliphate includes regions with Christians and other religious minorities.

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    Post  George1 on Wed Aug 06, 2014 1:58 am

    Iraq Army to Support Kurds Against ISIL

    On Monday Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki called on his country's air force to fight against the advance of Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) extremists by helping the Kurdish forces in Northern Iraq.

    Iraq's military spokesman, Lieutenant General Qassim al-Moussawi to Iraqi State television that Maliki instructed the Iraqi air force to provide aerial support to the Kurdish Peshmurga.

    "The terrorist gangs…have taken control of Mosul Dam…," Iraqi state television said.

    On Sunday, the ISIL terrorists took control of Iraq's biggest dam, the Ain Zalah oil field as well as the towns of Sinjar and Wana near the city of Mosul.

    Meanwhile, the leftist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) urged Kurdish unity against ISIL on Monday, with its allied Kurdish People´s Protection Units providing support to the Peshmerga.

    "All Kurds in the North, East, South and West must rise up against the attack on Kurds in Sinjar (in Northern Iraq),"said the PKK in a statement on its website.

    According to the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq, up to 200,000 have been displaced from Sinjar due to the ISIL takeover.

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    Post  George1 on Wed Aug 06, 2014 10:20 pm

    Iraqi Kurds Fight Islamic State Militants Near Erbil - Reports

    MOSCOW, August 6 (RIA Novosti) - Armed groups of Iraqi Kurds engaged in fights with Islamic State (IS) militants 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the city of Erbil, the Kurdish regional capital, Reuters reported Wednesday, with reference to Jabbar Yawar, the secretary-general of the ministry of Peshmerga fighters.

    “We have changed our tactics from being defensive to being offensive. Now we are clashing with the Islamic State in Makhmur,” Yawar was quoted as saying.

    The secretary-general also said that the Kurds had re-established military cooperation with Baghdad in attempts to drive IS fighters from the region.

    The Islamic State seized three towns during its weekend offensive, among them the town of Sinjar, which is home to many Yazidi Kurds. About 50,000 Yazidis are hiding in the mountains, blocked by the militants and at risk of starving to death if help is not provided within 24 hours.

    The United Nations Security Council condemned the attacks on the Kurds and called on all Iraqi communities to unite and respond to the threat to Iraq’s future.

    The Islamic State is a Sunni group that has been fighting in Syria against the country’s president, Bashar Assad. The IS launched an offensive in Iraq in June, taking over large parts of the country, with the goal of seizing Baghdad. Also in June, the group announced the establishment of a caliphate on the Iraq-Syria border. The Islamist caliphate includes regions with Christians and other religious minorities.

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    Post  George1 on Thu Aug 07, 2014 1:07 pm

    Islamic State Captures Three More Towns in Northern Iraq

    MOSCOW, August 7 (RIA Novosti) - Islamic State (IS) militants seized three towns in addition to an oil field in northern Iraq, Reuters reported Thursday.

    Witnesses reported to Reuters that the latest advance ended with the capture of Makhmur along with Tilkaif and Al Kwair, increasing the group’s presence near Kurdistan Region.

    The advance began last weekend when Sunni militants defeated Kurdish forces in the north. The attack Sunday resulted in the capture of Zumar, Sinjar and Wana.

    IS continued its attacks Wednesday, fighting Kurdish forces in Makhmur located near Arbil, capital of the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region.

    The weekend’s attack was focused on Zumar and its nearby oil field and refinery, RT news reported. IS also took control of the largest dam in Iraq, the Mosul Dam near the captured town of Wana.

    The Islamic State, formerly known as Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) has declared a caliphate in parts of Iraq and Syria already under its control. The capture of oil fields provide the Islamic militants with additional funding for their goal of controlling Muslim-inhabited regions of the world. IS started its operation in northern Iraq in June.

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    Post  George1 on Fri Aug 08, 2014 2:10 am

    Confirmed: The US Is Considering Bombing Iraq

    The White House is evaluating options.

    The White House made the announcement during a press conference this afternoon. White House press secretary Josh Earnest also announced that the United States will begin a humanitarian air-drop mission to aid the trapped Yazidi and Christian popluations in Northern Iraq, which are threatened by the militant Islamic extremist group Islamic State (IS).

    “This situation is nearing a humanitarian catastrophe,” said Earnest.

    Earlier today, The New York Times reported that the United States had begun bombing Northern regions of Iraq. The Pentagon denied this information through its Twitter account, just after 4pm EST.

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    Post  George1 on Fri Aug 08, 2014 3:58 pm

    Islamic State Takes Over Christian Town In Iraq

    Islamic State militants have taken over the Iraqi town of Qaraqosh, which has the largest Christian population in Iraq, sending residents seeking refuge in Kurdistan.

    The group moved into the town and the surrounding regions after the withdrawal of Kurdish troops who lack the numbers to maintain control over the area.

    Qaraqosh is an entirely Christian town which lies between Mosul, the jihadists’ main hub in Iraq, and Arbil, the Kurdish region’s capital. It usually has a population of around 50,000

    "Qaraqosh, Tal Kayf, Bartella and Karamlesh have been emptied of their original population and are now under the control of the militants," Joseph Thomas, a Chaldean Catholic archbishop in northern Iraq, told AFP.

    He went on to say that, "It's a catastrophe, a tragic situation. We call on the U.N. Security Council to immediately intervene. Tens of thousands of terrified people are being displaced as we speak, it cannot be described.”

    Al Jazeera reports that The Islamic State boasted of its latest victories, declaring: "We are pleased to announce to the Islamic nation a new liberation in Nineveh province, teaching the secular Kurds a lesson."

    This comes after Barack Obama authorized U.S. warplanes to drop food but also launch air strikes to stop what he called “genocide.”

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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Fri Aug 08, 2014 4:35 pm

    George1 wrote:Confirmed: The US Is Considering Bombing Iraq

    The White House is evaluating options.

    The White House made the announcement during a press conference this afternoon. White House press secretary Josh Earnest also announced that the United States will begin a humanitarian air-drop mission to aid the trapped Yazidi and Christian popluations in Northern Iraq, which are threatened by the militant Islamic extremist group Islamic State (IS).

    “This situation is nearing a humanitarian catastrophe,” said Earnest.

    Earlier today, The New York Times reported that the United States had begun bombing Northern regions of Iraq. The Pentagon denied this information through its Twitter account, just after 4pm EST.


    Let me explain something for those of you who don't know.

    Despite all the fuse ISIS doesn't really score high lately. Their idea was simple: "Since we can't make our way in Syria why don't trans pass in Iraq take Baghdad and establish there our regime."
    But they had to take Baghdad! They had to consolidate else they would have been between a rock and a hard place. Even worse they knew that the Iraqi government would consolidate, Iran would help like always tremendously, the world stage will turn against them and the local population even the Kurds do the same.
    Finally Russia backed Iraq more than anyone after the resolution of the Soviet Union and this is something they probably didn't anticipate.

    So US foreign policy had to do something! They knew that Iraq would turn completely against them if Eastern powers would remain alone to support them. They also had sent to ISIS a message. That they created ISIS in order to create havoc in Syria and probably Levant not in Jordan or Iraq and want them to return back in Syria as fast as possible.
    So they created this false flag idea that all of a sudden people are starve in the mountains or Christian populations are under hazard so that they can step in bomb a few empty lands "solve" a problem that really wasn't there and then brag about their important role... to take again the terrorists back to Syria where they really ordered them to be.

    I hope I helped you clarify a thing or two.

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    Post  As Sa'iqa on Fri Aug 08, 2014 6:01 pm

    One of Obama's main promises before the elections in 2008 was to end US involvement in Iraq. He can't start a new war in IRaq cuz even though he will not take part in presidential elections anymore, his party will suffer a defeat in 2016.

    Maliki pretty much brought the entire thing on himself. After US withdrawal he stopped paying Sunni militias to not fight him - and bribing them was the sole reason why coalition forces managed to suppress ISI(S) in 2006-7.

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    Post  GarryB on Sat Aug 09, 2014 1:19 pm

    I doubt Obama cares much about the next election... he will take no part in it.

    Besides Guantanimo is still a concentration camp... he promised to close it the first time he got elected into office.


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    Post  George1 on Sun Aug 10, 2014 1:03 am

    Lavrov, Kerry Voice Concern over Situation in Iraq – Russian Foreign Ministry

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    Post  GarryB on Sun Aug 10, 2014 10:01 am

    I am surprised Kerry didn't blame Putin...

    Remember these same groups have the wests support in Syria.


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    Post  Mike E on Sun Aug 10, 2014 11:24 pm

    GarryB wrote:I am surprised Kerry didn't blame Putin...

    Remember these same groups have the wests support in Syria.

    That is worse than irony, that is complete HYPOCRISY! This is the main reason I don't trust anything the U.S. says, and I am an U.S. citizen!

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    Post  George1 on Mon Aug 11, 2014 12:27 am

    Kurdish Forces Take Back Two Towns Occupied by Militants in Iraq – Reports

    MOSCOW, August 10 (RIA Novosti) – Kurdish forces have regained control of two towns in northern Iraq seized by Islamic State militants, Agence France-Presse reported on Sunday.

    "The Peshmerga (Kurdish fighters) have liberated Makhmur and Gwer," Peshmerga spokesman Halgord Hekmat told AFP.

    Hekmat said "US aerial support helped” to liberate the towns. Representatives of the regional authorities also confirmed that the Kurdish troops had recaptured the towns following fierce battles.

    Late on Thursday, US President Barack Obama gave the green light to US airstrikes targeting positions of Islamic State (IS) militants fighting in Iraq against Kurdish forces defending the city of Erbil. The President also authorized humanitarian aid to Yezidi Kurds who, as Obama stated, face “genocide.” Several airstrikes have been conducted over the past few days.

    The Sunni group Islamic State (IS), previously fighting in Syria and known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), seized large parts of Iraq in early June, ratcheting up tensions in the region. In late June, the Islamic State announced the establishment of a caliphate on the territories it had captured in Iraq and Syria.

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    Post  George1 on Mon Aug 11, 2014 12:28 am

    US Conducts New Airstrikes on Iraqi Extremists – Reports

    MOSCOW, August 10 (RIA Novosti) - The United States conducted four additional airstrikes on positions of Islamic State (IS) militants, who took control of several provinces in Iraq, Associated Press reported Sunday, citing the US military.

    According to the agency, the operation involved manned and unmanned aircrafts of US Air Force.

    One truck and several armored vehicles, which reportedly were used by the militants to fight civilians, were destroyed as a result of the airstrikes.

    The US military estimated the operation as successful. No casualties among IS militants were reported.

    This is a third round of airstrikes conducted by the United States in Iraq. Earlier on Friday, Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby said the US military conducted two additional airstrikes to help defend the Iraqi city of Erbil.

    Kirby also noted that four F/A-18 aircraft struck a convoy of seven vehicles and a mortar position of Islamic State militants near Erbil.

    Prior to that, Pentagon has announced that US combat aircraft conducted an airstrike on positions of Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq against Kurdish forces defending the city of Erbil.

    US President Barack Obama gave the green light to US airstrikes on IS targets late on Thursday, saying that the offensive would seek to lift the IS siege of Erbil to prevent the "genocide" of the Yazidi population.

    The Islamic State is a Sunni group that has been fighting in Syria and launched an offensive in Iraq in June. The group has taken over large parts of the country, with the goal of seizing Baghdad. Also in June, the group announced the establishment of a caliphate on the Iraq-Syria border.

    Iraqi Kurds have already re-established military cooperation with Baghdad in an effort to drive the IS fighters back. Like Moscow, the United Nations Security Council has called on all Iraqi communities to unite and respond to the threat to Iraq’s future.

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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Mon Aug 11, 2014 1:26 am

    It seems we have a coup. More later.

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    Post  GarryB on Mon Aug 11, 2014 1:12 pm

    That is worse than irony, that is complete HYPOCRISY! This is the main reason I don't trust anything the U.S. says, and I am an U.S. citizen!

    Congratulations... most westerners are savy enough to know their government lies to them... Hilary Clinton admits it all the time that they have to lie to do their job.

    The main problem is that most westerners think only bad governments ie Communist/Nazi/Imperial Japanese etc etc tell real lies and that when comparing what the US/UK/West says that Russia/Iran/Cuba/China etc must be the liars and in this case the west tells the truth. The west is a force for good in the world and the world would be in trouble if China was in charge.

    That of course makes the assumption China even wants to be in charge... they might just want a free and fair world to trade in... it is the west that controls and wants to continue to control the world.

    I am very much hoping that successful cooperation over Iraq between Russia and the US and of course the Iraqis themselves might remind the US that there is huge potential and that Russia and the US can achieve rather more together than at each others throats... and all the US has to do is treat Russia as an equal partner instead of a door mat... in fact the sooner the US stops treating most countries like a door mat the sooner they will find they are rather less hated and rather more admired around the world... your problem is your politicians and I don't think a new Bush or a new Clinton can make the change... so it is more than likely more of the same... Sad


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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Mon Aug 11, 2014 1:45 pm

    GarryB wrote:
    That is worse than irony, that is complete HYPOCRISY! This is the main reason I don't trust anything the U.S. says, and I am an U.S. citizen!

    Congratulations... most westerners are savy enough to know their government lies to them... Hilary Clinton admits it all the time that they have to lie to do their job.

    The main problem is that most westerners think only bad governments ie Communist/Nazi/Imperial Japanese etc etc tell real lies and that when comparing what the US/UK/West says that Russia/Iran/Cuba/China etc must be the liars and in this case the west tells the truth. The west is a force for good in the world and the world would be in trouble if China was in charge.

    That of course makes the assumption China even wants to be in charge... they might just want a free and fair world to trade in... it is the west that controls and wants to continue to control the world.

    I am very much hoping that successful cooperation over Iraq between Russia and the US and of course the Iraqis themselves might remind the US that there is huge potential and that Russia and the US can achieve rather more together than at each others throats... and all the US has to do is treat Russia as an equal partner instead of a door mat... in fact the sooner the US stops treating most countries like a door mat the sooner they will find they are rather less hated and rather more admired around the world... your problem is your politicians and I don't think a new Bush or a new Clinton can make the change... so it is more than likely more of the same...  Sad


    The problem is that this people have no democracy.
    They have REGULATED a two-party system and the game is that they throw them endlessly like ping pong to either side of an equally corrupted and self-serving system
    and any attempt to brake this unholy duo stops in it's tracks by a bombardment of media demonetization.

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    Post  Morpheus Eberhardt on Tue Aug 12, 2014 3:05 am

    Apparently the Aerospace Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps attacking the ISIS terrorists.


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    Post  George1 on Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:25 am

    US Must Abandon Goal of Unified Iraq - Kurdish Advocate

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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Tue Aug 12, 2014 2:53 pm

    George1 wrote:US Must Abandon Goal of Unified Iraq - Kurdish Advocate

    U.S. never wanted a unified Iraq, they wanted it broken up in to 3 parts, and U.S. oil companies to be present to loot the vast oil riches.

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    Post  Werewolf on Tue Aug 12, 2014 2:54 pm

    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    George1 wrote:US Must Abandon Goal of Unified Iraq - Kurdish Advocate

    U.S. never wanted a unified Iraq, they wanted it broken up in to 3 parts, and U.S. oil companies to be present to loot the vast oil riches.

    +1

    What US says you have to turn 180° and you get to the truth.

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    Post  Sujoy on Wed Aug 13, 2014 5:13 pm

    In SYRIA , NATO is supporting Sunni militants against Assad . And in IRAQ they are bombing these same Sunni militants (ISIS).

    If anyone here finds a method to this madness , drop me a line .

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    Post  Werewolf on Wed Aug 13, 2014 5:48 pm

    Sujoy wrote:In SYRIA , NATO is supporting Sunni militants against Assad . And in IRAQ they are bombing these same Sunni militants (ISIS).

    If anyone here finds a method to this madness , drop me a line .

    USA has lack of oil and those who have biggest oil reserviors happen to live in ME mainly, control of oil means control of oil prices and therefor control of lot of countries who buy the oil EU.

    They don't want to pay for oil, the US economy knows only one way to make money and that is constant war, since they are printing money out of nowhere and for every printed dollar they bring interest with it which has to be paid back to the banks someday, so they end up always having more debt then money because the entire money system is based on enslavery due the interest and therefor growing debt so US has to spread war and terror to justify more war and terror and loot and rape countries for resources and at same time surround China and Russia who have even more natural resources to keep the debt system running.

    They don't care about who they support if there were some militant libertarian anarchistic pacifist they would fund them to overthrow a government that is not ass licking US and when those same MLAP group would attack a country like Saudi who is already stuck with their entire head up the US rear they would fight the MLAP back.

    US are the founders of Al-CIAda and FSA they were trained in US slave countries for one purpose to overthrow Syria,Lybia,Egypt and several other countries now again Iraq and next probably Iran.

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    Post  George1 on Wed Aug 13, 2014 6:06 pm

    Sujoy wrote:In SYRIA , NATO is supporting Sunni militants against Assad . And in IRAQ they are bombing these same Sunni militants (ISIS).

    If anyone here finds a method to this madness , drop me a line .

    thats not accurate. USA supported syrian opposition until the time that moderates were in charge of the anti-assad coalition. The dominance of radical elements made them to get neutral stance and even desire for assad to prevail as the "less evil"

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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Wed Aug 13, 2014 6:17 pm

    George1 wrote:
    Sujoy wrote:In SYRIA , NATO is supporting Sunni militants against Assad . And in IRAQ they are bombing these same Sunni militants (ISIS).

    If anyone here finds a method to this madness , drop me a line .

    thats not accurate. USA supported syrian opposition until the time that moderates were in charge of the anti-assad coalition. The dominance of radical elements made them to get neutral stance and even desire for assad to prevail as the "less evil"


    lol Of course not.The empire of doom never backs down for the common good! They where simply forced to abandon because Assad's friends where too strong.

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