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ISIS is a false flag operation!

 
 
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Mon 3 Nov, 2014 10:48 am
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Wed 5 Nov, 2014 04:32 pm
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Mon 10 Nov, 2014 08:10 pm
ISIS is getting desperate
http://theweek.com/article/index/271593/isis-is-getting-desperate

After a string of victories by Iraqi and Kurdish forces against ISIS over the past few weeks, the rumors started popping up online: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, had been replaced by his Syrian deputy, Abu Mohammed al-Adnani.

The rumors were untrue, but they were the first clear evidence that the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS has actually started to work. The past few weeks have seen Iraqi military victories near Baghdad, and in the Diyala, Salahuddin, and Ninevah provinces to the east and north of the city.

Coalition airstrikes have significantly increased and improved over the past two weeks. In Mosul alone, two separate sources confirmed that no fewer than 150 ISIS fighters were killed in the last 10 days of October and more were injured in air raids. In retribution, ISIS arrested eight Iraqi reporters in Mosul and dozens of Iraqi army and police officers, fearing that they were planning to join a newly formed Arab Sunni force in Kurdistan aiming to recapture Mosul.
Since the U.S.-led air campaign began, at least 1,000 ISIS fighters have been killed by the air bombardment, Iraqi security analyst Hisham al-Hashimi said. The ISIS military commander of Nineveh province, Bashar al-Jarjari, and his counterpart in Salahuddin province, Ala' al-Mashhadani, as well as ISIS leaders in Fallujah and Ramadi provinces in the south and religious leader Mustafa al-Zaidi were among those killed in air raids and ground fighting.

Other signs of progress include a decline in the number of foreign ISIS fighters who had been sneaking into Syria from Turkey, from an average of 50 fighters a day to an estimated five per day. ISIS's recruiting campaign has also been damaged by the removal of more than 180,000 ISIS Twitter accounts and YouTube videos from the internet. ISIS has also suffered from self-imposed communication problems due to a ban it issued on using smartphone applications because it feared U.S. surveillance.

A turning point

With defeats on all these fronts and sagging recruitment, ISIS is showing signs of desperation. This week the jihadists targeted a Sunni tribe that had fought ISIS for months to protect the town of Hit in al-Anbar province, which fell to ISIS last month. In a barbaric attack, ISIS fighters executed more than 300 members of the Albu Nimir tribe, including 50 women and children whose bodies were dumped in a well.
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Reply Tue 11 Nov, 2014 07:58 pm
Iraqi forces retake most of strategic oil town
Source: AP-EXCITE

By HAMZA HENDAWI

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi soldiers battling the Islamic State group recaptured most of the town of Beiji, home to the country's largest oil refinery, state television and a provincial governor said Tuesday.

The strategic town, 250 kilometers (155 miles) north of Baghdad, will likely be a base for a future push to take back Saddam Hussein's hometown just to the south, one of the main prizes overrun by the extremists last summer. But troops backed by Shiite militias faced pockets of stiff resistance around Beiji, hindering their advance.

There was no word on the fate of the refinery, which lies on Beiji's northern outskirts, but the advances in the town could help break the five-month siege of the facility by Islamic State fighters. Since June, a small army unit inside the refinery, resupplied and reinforced by air, has successfully resisted wave after wave of extremist assaults.

Lifting the siege of the refinery, which sits inside a sprawling complex, was likely the next objective in the campaign to rid Beiji of the militants, according to military officials reached in the town by telephone.

FULL story at link.

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In this Thursday, July 31, 2014 file photo, a column of smoke rises from an oil refinery in Beiji, some 250 kilometers (155 miles) north of Baghdad, Iraq, after an attack by Islamic militants. Iraqi soldiers battling the Islamic State group recaptured the heart of the town of Beiji, home to the country's largest oil refinery, state television and a military official said Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. Retaking Beiji, could allow Iraqi forces a base to attack neighboring Tikrit, taken by the extremists after their lightning advance this summer. (AP Photo, File)


Read more: http://apnews.excite.com/article/20141111/ml-islamic-state-9538b1d8ac.html
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Sun 16 Nov, 2014 03:10 pm
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2014 01:37 am
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2014 05:39 am
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Tue 18 Nov, 2014 05:40 am
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Wed 19 Nov, 2014 08:23 am
ISIS fighters withdraw from Syria’s embattled Kobani
Source: RT news

Islamic State fighters have been driven out of Kobani, the Kurdish town that straddles the Syrian-Turkish border, after weeks of heavy fighting, according to Kurdish sources speaking to RT.

Read more: http://www.warn-usa.com/2014/11/17/isis-fighters-withdraw-syrias-embattled-kobani-rt-sources-2/
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Wed 19 Nov, 2014 08:24 am
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Wed 19 Nov, 2014 08:56 am

Isis in Iraq: Baghdad hails the retaking of the Baiji oil refinery as the start of the long fightback against the Islamist militants



But it may not be quite so simple, especially for the civilians caught up in the crossfire, says Patrick Cockburn

Tuesday 18 November 2014

Iraqi security forces have re-entered the country’s biggest oil refinery at Baiji, the recapture of which would be the Baghdad government’s most important military success since Isis seized most of northern and western Iraq during the summer.

Iraqi state television has shown troops driving through the refinery after capturing the town of Baiji a week ago.

“The first Iraqi force, the anti-terrorism force called Mosul Battalion, entered Baiji refinery for the first time in five months,” police Colonel Saleh Jaber of the Baiji refinery protection force told one news agency. For five months a small garrison of government troops and Shia militia had held on to parts of the refinery, even though they were often so short of food they were reduced to living off tomato paste.

Isis fighters are reported by other sources to have now withdrawn east across the river Tigris to towns and villages that they still control.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/isis-in-iraq-baghdad-hails-the-retaking-of-the-baiji-oil-refinery-as-the-start-of-the-long-fightback-against-the-islamist-militants-9868930.html
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Fri 21 Nov, 2014 12:26 pm
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Reply Sun 23 Nov, 2014 02:35 pm
US have the best power of air control. It eliminated Saddam's and Kaddafi's air force easily at the early stage of war. IS had only three captured fighters. Why it's Syria's air force not US and its allies' that destroyed IS' airplanes?

Syria Claims It Destroyed Jets Seized By ISIS
 Reuters            : 10/22/2014


(Reuters) - Syria's air force has destroyed two fighter jets operated by Islamic State militants in the north of the country, Information Minister Omran Zoabi said in remarks published on Syria's state news agency SANA late on Tuesday.

A Syrian monitoring group said on Friday that Iraqi pilots trained under former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had joined Islamic State and were conducting training flights in three captured fighter jets at a air base in Aleppo province.

 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/22/syria-isis-jets_n_6027332.html
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bobsal u1553115
 
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Reply Mon 24 Nov, 2014 05:24 pm
Iraqi troops take 2 towns from Islamic State group
Source: AP-Excite

By SAMEER N. YACOUB

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi troops backed by Shiite militiamen and Kurdish security forces recaptured two eastern towns from Islamic State group militants after fierce clashes, officials said Monday.

Police in Diyala province said Iraqi forces entered the towns of Saadiya and Jalula late Sunday after heavy fighting with the Sunni extremist group, which controls territory in Iraq and Syria. The fighting continued Monday, with some pockets of resistance outside the two towns, police officials said, adding that teams were defusing roadside bombs. Some families that fled the area have started to return, they said.

Diyala saw heavy fighting between Sunni and Shiite militants at the height of Iraq's sectarian bloodletting in 2006 and 2007. It also has a sizable Kurdish population.

Islamic State militants seized Jalula and Saadiya in August after a stunning blitz across northern and western Iraq.

FULL story at link.


Read more: http://apnews.excite.com/article/20141124/ml--islamic_state-d96f0ccd00.html
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Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Tue 2 Dec, 2014 01:18 am
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Lordyaswas
 
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Reply Tue 2 Dec, 2014 01:23 am
@Quehoniaomath,
Here's a suggestion, Qualoonymoth. Why not form a band of likeminded brothers and go and bother them with totally unsubstantiated declarations.
Quehoniaomath
 
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Reply Tue 2 Dec, 2014 01:27 am
@Lordyaswas,
Quote:
Here's a suggestion, Qualoonymoth. Why not form a band of likeminded brothers and go and bother them with totally unsubstantiated declarations



Here is a suggestion to you , mate. Start doing some real research and find out that what I am writing is true. It might be that you are too lazy of course and you only want to shoot kne jerk reactions here!

Furthermore, I really thought this is a forum mate. So, you can't tell me what to do!
But you saying so, is a sign that something from what I write is troubling you.
Maybe you are waking uo, but very slowly, to what is really going on in this world. Maybe, but actually I doubt that.
Lordyaswas
 
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Reply Tue 2 Dec, 2014 01:30 am
@Quehoniaomath,
A suggestion is not telling.

Seriously, if you took all your anger and directed it at Isis, I'm sure you would prevail.

Especially if you took your alter ego coldjoint with you. Cool
 

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