U.S. Still Evacuating ISIS Leaders In Syria

According to some experts, Washington is going to use the evacuated ISIS commanders to create various “security threats” across Central Asia, which would then justify a continued US military presence in the region.

Nwo Report

According to Syrian state media three US helicopters evacuated ISIS commanders from eastern Syria on Monday.

Civilian sources told SANA that the military helicopters landed in an area between the villages of al-Jissi and Kalu around 2 km south of the Tal Hamis township in the Qamishli countryside.

Sputnik news reports: From there, servicemen accompanied four persons from a house believed to contain Daesh* leaders of Iraqi nationality to the helicopters, which then evacuated them from the area to an unknown destination.

Damascus, Tehran and the Russian military have repeatedly charged the US military of sketchy dealings with the terrorist group.

In late February, Syrian media reported that US helicopters had transported Daesh commanders and their family members to Sabah al-Khair, about 20 km south of al-Hasakah, where US forces have been accused of establishing a terrorist training base.

Earlier this month, a senior Iranian commander provided the Iranian foreign ministry with what he said was proof of US…

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2 thoughts on “U.S. Still Evacuating ISIS Leaders In Syria

  1. Same here, Alan. Six years ago people relied mainly on FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds for the jihadists and weapons the US was moving from Libya to Syria. It’s good to see more and more “mainstream” media sources validating this information. (I consider Sputnik mainstream even if it’s Russian).

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