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U.S. Army helped 120 ISIS leaders to escape Raqqa, Syria; Says a European diplomatic source

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There is much talk recently about the American Army becoming more open in it blatant support for Saudi-backed ISIS terrorists.

According to well-informed intelligence sources, The U.S. Army agreed to grant aerial free passage to 120 of ISIS terrorists—many of them are given fake European ID cards and passports— before the Syrian city of Raqqa being stormed by Kurdish guerrillas.

The ISIS terrorists are purportedly have been redeployed by heli-borne operation to relatively more secured areas such as ISIS bastion of al-Sukhnah near the ancient city of Palmyra.

According to a European diplomatic source, US President Donald Trump has sanctioned the second operation to rescue the remaining ISIS commanders in the besieged city of Raqqa.

During the storm of the city in eastern Syria, the US-led Kurdish militias will only strike populated areas or militarily insignificant areas, while keeping terrorist hide-outs intact.

The same European source suggested that saving the lives of the influential ISIS commanders is crucial for United States because Washington must somehow diminish Iranian and Russian achievements in Syria and undermine the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

The European source in EU HQ in Brussels claimed that the head of Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Directorate (GID) Gen. Ali al-Idrissi, is the mediators and guarantors of the agreement on safe passage for the 120 ISIS terrorists from Raqqa.


http://www.yemenpress.org/world/u-s-army-helped-120-isis-leaders-to-escape-raqqa-syria-says-a-european-diplomatic-source.html

 

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