mandag 25. juni 2018

US airlifts two ISIS commanders in northeast Syria


DAMASCUS, SYRIA (4:30 P.M.) – The US-led coalition has reportedly airlifted two senior ISIS commanders from a small village in northeast Syria near the Iraqi borders in coordination with its Kurdish allies controlling the area.

According to local sources, two helicopters of the US coalition landed in Twimin village in order to transport two senior commanders from the Islamic State terror group to the US base in Al-Shaddadah town.

The sources said that the operation was carried out in full coordination with the Syrian Democratic Forces since no clashes were reported.

Meanwhile, US airstrikes on eastern Syria has so far massacred hundreds of innocent civilians – mostly women and children – in the pretext of fighting ISIS.

This month, up to 68 civilians have been killed and injured in several US airstrikes across villages and towns in eastern Syria.

The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said evacuating ISIS elements comes under the blatant US support for the terror group which aims at prolonging the war in Syria.