Iraqi Air Force Eliminated Over 40 ISIS Terrorists In New Round Of Airstrikes Inside Syria

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Iraqi Air Force Eliminated Over 40 ISIS Terrorists In New Round Of Airstrikes Inside Syria

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On November 5, the Iraqi Air Force announced that its F-16 fighter jets had carried out a new round of airstrikes on ISIS targets inside Syria.

According to the report, the airstrikes eliminated over 40 ISIS members. At least 10 ISIS members were killed and a weapons depot was destroyed in the area of Sousah and at least 30 ISIS members were killed and a HQ was destroyed in the area of Baghuz in the Euphrates Valley.

Over the past year, the Iraqi Air Force has carried out a notable number of airstrikes on ISIS targets inside Syria. These strikes were carried in the so-called zone of responsibility of the US-led coalition in eastern Syria. However, at the same time, the Iraqi military coordinated its airstrikes with the Damascus government.

The Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) have also contributed efforts to target ISIS in Syria via cross-border artillery strikes.Most recently, on November 18, the PMU struck ISIS fighters in the Syrian town of al-Baghuz al-Fawqani in the middle Euphrates River Valley.

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  • Promitheas Apollonious

    keep up the good work then.

    • When i was joung they bombed my country and i remember how my family cried out of fear after careless US strikes on Iraqi soil. They hanged our leader who improved our country by alot. He used earned money to fund free education of all Iraqis and under his rule Iraq was country with highest education ratings in middle east. Then these US bastards changed our text books, our history and removed ani anti-American texts. They released Saddam’s state officers and military generals (which they later considered as their biggest mistake ever) and those slowly formed structures of new ISI which later crystalized into ISIS movement trying to take our contry back. They tried their best, they attempted to remove corrupt American puppet government, they cleaned streets and improved food quality by much, rebuilded roads and infrastructure in Sunni majority towns under their rule (which was ignored by all governments after fall of Saddam). The list is endless but people keep always talking only the same shit here.

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        your theory or what you think happened and the evolution of it is very far from reality and what really happen in iraq so try and listen more and speak less.

        The quieter you get the more you learn.

        • I was quiet all my life and i can’t stand the lies i see every day any more.

          • H Eccles

            You talk like a mossad troll..

          • Smaug

            Uh, one glance at what she said to be will debunk that.

          • RichardD

            It’s the Yinon plan, anything to stir up trouble.

        • DaBoiiiii

          Right about the fact that ISIS was built by former Saddam loving scum.

      • R Trojson

        Don’t look now but Sunni’s are being persecuted out of Syria too. Notice how every “terrorist” group is Sunni, there are no Shia “terrorist” groups in Syria. Shia are starting to run what is left of Syria. In a couple more years the Sunni population will be slaving for Shia elites. Just look at the SAA, who does most of the dying in the SAA?

  • Smaug

    Ever notice how when the Iraqis bomb, the report says they killed terrorists. When the US bombs, the report says they killed only civilians. I’m sure that’s mainly has to do with which news sources South Front is republishing…

    • The cowards keep using american aircraft to bomb the Muslims. Our corrupt puppet government buys outdated and used American aircraft for insane prices. They are milking the Iraqi people with poverty level rising every day and people lose jobs even the SHIITE traitors are now getting kicked out. I remember when i watched ISIS military parade in Mosul directly from my home, with my happy eyes. We lost our great Sunni revolution, our caring brothers are in paradise and those who survived are persecuted for their ideals. Our state is virtually non existant. Lets hope for new bright future https://youtu.be/WboqkGx74mc

      • H Eccles

        you are bullshitting no here..

      • Smaug

        You seem hostile to literally every state actor, and you clearly don’t realize what sort of alignments the commentors around here have.

      • You can call me Al

        Are you a person with forked tongue ?

    • Barba_Papa

      Editorial bias in news reporting? *gasps* Say it ain’t so!!!

      Seriously though, you are probaly right. SF has a very strong anti-US pro-Russia bias. And we should do all well to keep that in mind. But at least they’re less dishonest about it then the Western MSM. Who pretend to be objective and are anything but.

      • John Whitehot

        “SF has a very strong anti-US pro-Russia bias”

        bullshit.

        moreover: the point of the bias is not “pro-Russia” or “anti-US”.
        The point is that today everything pro-Truth coincides with anti-US – the US have noone else to fault for this situation than themselves.

        that said – SF often sings the zionist tune as well, ,especially when it comes to deploying certain anti-Russia payloads in the articles, something no real pro-Russia bias site would ever do.

        If i want to read pro-Russian bias, I read RT and Sputnik – in those cases, it’s state owned medias, they’ve got nothing to hide or prove in regards to either their bias or who funds them.

        The same cannot be said about any corporate media world wide – normally, they are owned largely or entirely by jews, and above all, they publish whatever makes them rise more money.

        • Barba_Papa

          That depends on your version of The Truth, and if there even is something as The Truth. I’m with the creator of the Dilbert comic, there is no reality, only a perception of reality that our brains make up, like a movie that plays in our brains. Which is why you can have something happen in front of a crowd of a 100 people and get 100 different accounts. And why I think that even within the MSM there are countless people who think that they are really covering the truth. Because its the truth that they see playing in their minds. Which is why a druglord, a Hitler, a Stalin or a Mao saw nothing wrong with ordering the deaths of millions, because in the truth that was playing in their minds they saw nothing wrong and even thought themselves the hero who was making the tough decisions for the common good.

          It’s the age old question, if a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to witness it, did it really happen?

          • John Whitehot

            yes, but you are talking about Truth in general.
            the philosophical concepts you enumerate are well known to me.

            The truth I’m talking about, is the one every one is able to observe trough his senses.

            If a US politician has taken a 1billion bribe from a ziojihadist, and then went on to fabricate a lie, for example, “Iran is building nukes”, and spread it troughout the medias, that lie will have certain effects.

            The Truth I’m talking about is that notwithstanding the medias, all the people get to know what happened actually.

            You could call it “historical truth”.

            “It’s the age old question, if a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to witness it, did it really happen?”

            do you think it’s reasonable to assume that, at a certain point, since no information is lost in space-time, humans will be able to develop a mean to observe all information notwithstanding that is, space and time?

            In that case, there can be no doubt that the tree fell, where, when and why it did.

            To get back to our particular point in space time:

            There is thousands of petabytes of information being withheld from the population of the world.

            There are hackers et similaria too.

            Let’s make that ALL the information that is kept secret everywhere, becomes accessible to everybody – in a whisk.

            And then let’s see which governments, countries and other entities will survive to see the following day – the “democracy loving” ones, or the “evil dictatorships” / “abnormal countries”.

          • Barba_Papa

            >>yes, but you are talking about Truth in general.
            the philosophical concepts you enumerate are well known to me.

            The truth I’m talking about, is the one every one is able to observe trough his senses.

            If a US politician has taken a 1billion bribe from a ziojihadist, and then went on to fabricate a lie, for example, “Iran is building nukes”, and spread it troughout the medias, that lie will have certain effects.

            The Truth I’m talking about is that notwithstanding the medias, all the people get to know what happened actually.

            You could call it “historical truth”.<>”It’s the age old question, if a tree falls in the woods and no one is around to witness it, did it really happen?”

            do you think it’s reasonable to assume that, at a certain point, since no information is lost in space-time, humans will be able to develop a mean to observe all information notwithstanding that is, space and time?<>In that case, there can be no doubt that the tree fell, where, when and why it did.

            To get back to our particular point in space time:

            There is thousands of petabytes of information being withheld from the population of the world.

            There are hackers et similaria too.

            Let’s make that ALL the information that is kept secret everywhere, becomes accessible to everybody – in a whisk.

            And then let’s see which governments, countries and other entities will survive to see the following day – the “democracy loving” ones, or the “evil dictatorships” / “abnormal countries” and so on.<<

            Well, Wikileaks has been kinda attempting to do that. They've disclosed horrible state secrets that show what utter reprehensible behavior Western governments are doing in secret. And what has it accomplished? Has that caused an end to that behavior or an uprising? Assange is imprisoned in an embassy for years now, Snowdon had to flee to Russia, a considerable portion of Western society thinks both men are traitors and should be shot, and the vast majority of people don't seem to care and are more interested in wasting their time of Facebook, the world's premier corporate spy service. And they know that too and still they keep on using it. Methinks those governments will survive fine. They may experience some hot water for a moment, but right now Hollywood execs molesting Hollywood starlets and bad remarks seem to create more OUTRAGE then government behavior.

            It's all about the inner narrative in your head. And if that inner narrative views it differently, or simply doesn't care then what we think is solid evidence is something completely different instead. And that is why I think there is no such thing as The Truth.

          • John Whitehot

            evidently i wasn’t able to convey you what i mean

            but:

            you say that there is evidence that Trump is not on Israel’s payroll.

            Please share some example.

            Before you do, I want to be clear that I did not think for a moment that Trump is on Israeli or Saudi payroll – but simply that he is coerced to do as those entities want – be it throughout menace of impeachment, or threats to his life, or his families.

            “It’s all about the inner narrative in your head”

            Not really. no, not at all. I know what I’m talking about when it comes to “my head”; a subject in which i’m much more versed than you are.

    • John Whitehot

      or perhaps, since Irak bombs its own territory (same goes for Syria), they pay attention not to kill their own civilians, a preoccupation the US does not have when it bombs entire cities to dust in other countries – a tradition that comes directly from ww2 and has never subsided.

  • It is too early to tell the truth to peole. They remove all the evidence from the internet. They removed non violent ISIS videos showing their achievements in state building. They removed videos about Food and Social services of the Islamic state, removed videos about need to educate people to become one day strong nation of Islam the Islamic state. They twisted many facts, used is as counter propaganda but if hell exists they will go into it first not the caring ISIS brothers who tried their best to help the poor and opressed.

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    Not enough info here’s more.
    The Iraqis made their first airstrike against Isis on Syrian soil back in April. They didn’t ask for US permission but they did ask for Assad’s, and they didn’t coordinate the strike with the US either, just the SAAF and SAA.
    The very first strike against Isis targets in Al Hasakah were in response to the US’s refusal to cooperate with the Iraqis in securing the Syrian/Iraqi border, and the Iraqis then taking matters into their own hands.
    Last year back in october, the Iraqis/Syrians/Russians all invited the US to participate in an operation to help get rid of Isis around the border region, the US refused to participate.
    The Iraqis, Syrians and Russians went on themselves and by december had secured the whole Iraqi/Syrian border all the way up to the Euphrates river [apart from the 55km US enforced exclusion zone], back then Putin mistakenly stated that Isis had been totally eliminated from southern Syria for good, big mistake. The Iraqis took several more months and they were also able to secure their whole side of the border, but due to the fact Isis was still in control of the Syrian side it wasn’t totally secure.
    They tried to get the US to help but due to the Kurds being on their first strike due to Erdogan’s invasion [they’re on their second strike now], the Iraqis were unable to get them to help. That’s when the Iraqis made the decisions to take matters into their own hands, they began by making that first airstrike back in april. The US did begin airstrikes too within 2 or 3 days but initially the Kurds/SDF didn’t do anything at all on the ground. Eventually after a week or more there were some operations started but it was only half hearted I thought. In the first few weeks the Iraqis made nearly as many airstrikes as the US did [which I found pretty weak], and also threatened to launch a ground invasion, that got the Kurds moving. It took the SDF only 2 months to overwhelm the large pocket of Isis [5000+] in Ar Raqqah and Al Hasakah governorate, but they’re still fighting against the smaller pocket of 1500 Isis fighters in northern Deir ez Zor 5 months later.
    And the Iraqis are still helping them, or actually helping the US, and it’s because the Kurds are no longer fighting Isis on the US’s behalf, they’re sitting back and watching the 1700 Arab and Christian SDF reinforcements [replacements] do that, with the help of US special forces, French and Iraqi artillery, US and Iraqi airstrikes, SDF and Iraqi ground troops, and the occasional SAA artillery strike for good measure, and they’re still managing to hold out. Those 1500 Isis fighters must all be superhuman, there’s still 1500 fighters left after 5 months of besiegement [I say 3000 at least] and the US still can’t get rid of them.
    I think it’s time for that threatened Iraqi ground invasion, coordinated with Assad first of course.