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ISIS update 6/24/2016..Why Does It Look Like The U.S. Is Rescuing ISIS?

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Iraq forces flushing IS out of last Fallujah pocket

Iraqi Army Purges Fallujah’s Key Region of Terrorists

Iraq’s joint military forces managed to purge the remaining pockets of ISIL terrorists from a strategic region in the Northern part of the city of Fallujah on Friday.

The ISIL terrorists were driven out of al-Moalemi region of Fallujah city.

Meantime, Iraq’s Badr popular forces captured the ISIL’s most notorious sniper in al-Moalemin region.

The Iraqi forces have successfully accomplished their mop-up operations in almost 90 percent of Fallujah city.

Last Friday, Iraq’s Police Chief declared full liberation of Fallujah after the two-year-long ISIL control over the strategic city.

Commander of Iraq’s Federal Police Major General Raed Shaker Judat appeared on the country’s national TV in an interview carried out at the center of Falluja minutes ago, declaring that the city has been completely purged of ISIL terrorists.

Meantime, Fallujah Liberation Operation Commander Abdol-Wahhab Saedi told the state-run TV that his forces are in control of the entire city and state buildings.

The victory by the Iraqi forces came as they continued their clashes with ISIL militants in Iraq’s Western province of Anbar.

Syrian Army 4th division reinforcements pour into Aleppo city

Russia calls for closure of Syria-Turkey border

Russian airstrike with parachute bombs on Kafr Naha in west Aleppo CS

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Why Does It Look Like The U.S. Is Rescuing ISIS? By Rep. Ron Paul

http://www.globalresearch.ca/why-does-it-look-like-the-u-s-is-rescuing-isis/5532480

The ongoing war in Syria may see some escalation soon. A report that 51 State Dept. employees (out of 13,000 foreign service officers) signed a memo urging President Obama to change his focus in Syria from fighting ISIS to fighting the secular Assad government has caused quite a stir.

The fact that such a small number of individuals could make this a noteworthy story shows that propaganda continues to reign supreme. It makes no sense that U.S. can weaken ISIS by attacking the main opponent of ISIS (i.e., Assad).

We’re constantly smothered in rhetoric about how America “must stop ISIS.” Yet, ISIS has been on the ropes, and in trouble. The group has been on the run, and what does the U.S. want to do? They want to hurry up and bomb Assad, which they’ve been trying to do for five years now.

There’s agitation in the Congress right now to give the authority to Obama to do something that he ‘seems’ to be reluctant to do. If we would have had an aggressive neocon as a president, Congress wouldn’t have mattered. He would have went ahead with the bombings by now.

I think we’re really playing with fire here. Is it really worth the risk to stir up a war with Russia? It makes no difference to Americans whether or not Assad remain in power in Syria. It has nothing to do with our freedoms or economy. Yet the rhetoric keeps building nonetheless.

An American in Orlando lost his mind and shot 50 people dead, and the response is to go across the world and attack Assad in Syria? Such illogic reminds me of the U.S. attacking Iraq after 9/11. It made no sense then (or now) and it accomplished nothing but the creation of chaos (and ironically) ISIS itself!

Are we witnessing opportunism once again?

If we want to be safer and enjoy more liberties, we much change our foreign policy. We have to mind our own business, have a strong national defense, and practice non-intervention abroad with other nations. That idea is much better than the nonsense coming from the State Department and the government at large.

US State Dept Kirby caught in lie: US bombed Al-Qaeda in Syria. When? I’ll get back to you

Syria in Last 24 Hours: Al-Nusra Front Terrorists Sustain Heavy Losses in Army’s Offensive in Dara’a

The Syrian army and popular forces continued their military operations against the terrorist groups in Dara’a province, and killed scores of militants over the past 24 hours.

The Syrian army killed and wounded scores of the Al-Nusra Front militants in Dara’a province.

The Syrian army also inflicted heavy losses on the terrorist groups in other key province across Syria.

Dara’a

Dozens of al-Nusra Front terrorists were killed during the Syrian Army’s operations in Dara’a al-Balad area in the Southern Dara’a province, a military source said on Thursday.

“The Syria Army destroyed two al-Nusra positions and inflicted dozens of casualties on the terrorist group in a chase operation in Dara’a al-Balad area in the Southern Dara’a province,” the source said.

The army troops have been engaged in heavy fighting with the terrorists of al-Nusra Front in Southern Dara’a near the border with Jordan since Wednesday, taking a heavy toll from the al-Qaeda-affiliated militants.

The army soldiers struck the positions of al-Nusra in the Eastern side of al-Naima town, killing at least 11 terrorists and wounding many more.

Al-Nusra’s military equipment also sustained major damage in the attacks.

Aleppo

Terrorist groups operating in Northern Syria acknowledged on their social media pages on Thursday the death of a top commander of “Ajnad al-Sham” terrorist group in the Southern parts of Aleppo province.

Samir Shartah, known as the “Military Emir of Ajnad al-Sham”, was killed in battles South of Aleppo province, according to several social media accounts of the terrorist groups that operate under the umbrella coalition of Jeish al-Fath.

Shartah, nom de guerre Abu Mohammad Kafrouma was killed in Zaytoun town to the South of Aleppo city, according to the social media reports.

The reports on the death of the notorious terrorist ringleader surfaced the social media a day after the death of a senior commander of al-Nusra Front in the Northwestern province of Aleppo.

While some reports said Abu Abdollah Jabal, who led the al-Nusra Front during the recent battles near al-Eis and Khan Touman in Southern Aleppo, was killed in a Russian airstrike, other reports said that the terrorist commander was killed by an IED (roadside bomb) by unknown assailants during a meeting in the region.

Raqqa

Syrian Air Force fighter jets continued to pound ISIL’s positions in Western Raqqa, striking several ISIL sites along the Salamiyah-Raqqa Highway, military sources said on Thursday.

“The airstrikes by the Syrian Air Force proved highly effective as Syrian Army’s ground forces in Ithriyah were given the necessary reprieve from recent ISIL counter-offensives in the Western regions of Raqqa province,” said the military source at Hama Airport.

The Syrian Air Force jets launched surgical air raids on ISIL’s positions in Albu Allaj village as well as the terrorist group’s positions along the Tabaqa-Anbaj and Anbaj-Albu Allaj roads.

A large number of ISIL terrorists, including several foreign combatants, were reportedly killed in the airstrikes.

The aerial attacks go as the Syrian Army continues punishing the ISIL terrorist group with earlier reports saying that the group shelled the Syrian government troops in Southwestern Raqqa with rockets containing nerve gas.

A field source said Syrian Army troops were targeted with hand-made produced rockets loaded with nerve gas agents.

Dozens of soldiers were injured in the chemical attack which seems to be the main reason behind the Syrian army’s withdrawal from some Western parts of Raqqa.

Four ISIL terrorists, including a commander, were killed in a Syrian fighter jets’ attack on their vehicle in al-Tabaqa region of Raqqa province on Thursday.

According to field sources, the ISIL vehicle which carried four members of the terrorist group was targeted by the Syrian warplanes near al-Habari blocks in Tabaqa and was destroyed.

Three members of the ISIL terrorist group and their commander were killed in the attack, the sources said.

They added that the air raid in the Southern parts of Tabaqa also destroyed several other military vehicles belonging to the terrorists.

They also launched airstrikes on Tabaqa airbase and Tabaqa crossroad, the sources said.

Damascus

The Syrian troops advanced in the Western parts of Darayya in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus and won back control of 25 farms from terrorists.

The farms located between the Southern parts of al-Maza airbase and Northern parts of Sahnaya cover an area 500m in width and 230m in length.

The region was taken back after fierce clashes between the Syrian forces and their allies and the terrorist groups that claimed the lives of tens of militants.

Homs

The army forces, supported by the Syrian and Russian warplanes, defeated the ISIL terrorists in a fierce battle in the Southeastern parts of Homs province.

A military source said on Thursday that the Syrian army could repel the terrorists’ attacks against its positions in Qasr al-Hayar and Quaryatayn city in Southeastern Homs.

The source added that the Syrian forces attacked the ISIL militants’ gathering centers in Habarat al-Qarbia, Om al-Rish and the Northeastern parts of Jazal in Eastern Homs, destroying their positions as well as weapons, equipment and ammunitions.

The Syrian forces were monitoring all ISIL moves near al-Shae’r and Mahar oil fields as well as the Eastern parts of Palmyra (Tadmur) city and Jazal village, he said, and added that the pro-government forces later surrounded the region and cut the terrorists’ supply route.

Military sources announced on Monday that a large number of National Defense Forces (NDF), trained in the provinces of Tartus and Lattakia, have been sent to Homs to join the Syrian Army troop’s anti-ISIL operation East of the province.

“A huge number of NDF fighters have left their training camps in Tartus and Lattakia for the oil-rich region of al-Sha’er in Eastern Homs,” the sources said, adding, “The fresh NDF fighters will join the Syrian army men in the battle against the ISIL terrorists in al-Sha’er region.”

Farsnews

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Source: http://blogdogcicle.blogspot.com/2016/06/isis-update-6242016why-does-it-look.html


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