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US airstrikes kill at least 250 ISIS fighters in convoy outside Fallujah

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Why would someone destroy their own creation?

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US air force?
 

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Elijah J. Magnier ‏@EjmAlrai 15h15 hours ago [6:08 PM - Jun 29, 2016]

#Iraq air force destroyed #ISIS convoy leaving all #ISIS militants dead in their vehicles in Ameriyat al-Fallujah.

 

 

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57 minutes ago, roamer said:

US air force?
 

 

Good find....

#Iraq air force destroyed #ISIS convoy leaving all #ISIS militants dead in their vehicles in Ameriyat al-Fallujah.

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I agree. Even RT (Russian Television) reports about these airstrikes in the same way, see headlines below.

On the other hand Elijah J. Magnier is an excellent news source, he is "a Senior Political Risk Analyst with over 32 years’ experience covering Europe & the Middle East." (quote from Media Diversified).

Now I'm curious.

 

USA Today [June 30, 2016]:

Reports: U.S.-led airstrikes kill at least 250 ISIL fighters near Fallujah

 

RT [30 Jun, 2016]:

250 ISIS fighters reportedly killed in US airstrikes on convoy near Fallujah250 ISIS fighters reportedly killed in US airstrikes on convoy near Fallujah

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I searched the web for some info about the Iraqi air force ... and I found this:

BBC [29 June 2016]:

IS conflict: Iraq air strikes 'target militant convoy'  [29 June 2016]

 

Al-Masdar News [by Leith Fadel - 30/06/2016]

Iraqi Air Force destroys 127 ISIS vehicles fleeing Fallujah for Syria: video

 

footnote:

The Iraqi air force received four F-16 from the US last year and another two in January.

 

 

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6 hours ago, roamer said:

I searched the web for some info about the Iraqi air force ... and I found this:

BBC [29 June 2016]:

IS conflict: Iraq air strikes 'target militant convoy'  [29 June 2016]

 

Al-Masdar News [by Leith Fadel - 30/06/2016]

Iraqi Air Force destroys 127 ISIS vehicles fleeing Fallujah for Syria: video

 

footnote:

The Iraqi air force received four F-16 from the US last year and another two in January.

 

 

Great digging!!!....guess this is the US stealing the ball and going home with it.....tell their mommy "I swear its MY ball!!!"

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Makes one wonder if this may have actually happened to the forces who are fighting ISIS. Who can prove or disprove anything with a manipulated news media?

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Sounds like Shia elements in the Iraqi government decided to spank some Sunni/ISIS fighters against the wishes of their Washington DC handlers.  Then the handlers decided to take credit for the loss for "see we bees whuppin' some ISIS ass!" propaganda value.

Time for a wave of depressed, suicidal Iraqi leaders to start dropping from high places in 3....2.....1....

Edit:  I hope no fresh Seal Team Six kills got mixed up in all that crap.....

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SUPPOSEDLY killed 250.  I watched the footage and saw people running away from the strike.  I don't know how they can say 250 without actually putting boots on the ground and counting the bodies.   Kinda reminds me of the Ministry of Truth in 1984 .. ya' know?

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