Iraqi Fighter Jets Carry Out Strikes On ISIS Targets In Syria’s Hajin Area (Video)

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F-16 fighter jets of the Iraqi Air Force (IAF) have carried out strikes on ISIS positions in Syria, the Iraqi Joint Operations Command announced in a statement on May 24.

According  to the statement, the strikes hit ISIS positions and a depot in the area of Hajin on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River.

This was not the first time when the IAF bombed ISIS positions in Syria. Previously, the IAF carried out strikes against ISIS in Syria on May 14, on May 6 and on April 19. According to reports, the strikes on all these targets were conduct in coordination with the Syrian government.

However, at least the last one, announced on May 24, was for sure coordinated with the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which are now working to capture this area from ISIS.

In middle May, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi announced that Iraqi troops had fully secured the Syrian-Iraqi border in Upper Euphrates and to eliminate ISIS members there.

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  • Dr. Pro Liv

    Good job !
    I hope that cooperation between Iraq and Syria will only grow in the future.

  • MADE MAKER

    HELPING YOUR NEIGHBOR.. THUMBS UP IRAQI

  • Wahid Algiers

    The Kurds “forces” there are to stupid to do so. But they have a big mouth like zio-jews with the american cunts in their back.

    • World_Eye

      Don’t worry and remember the United Snakes will always screw you, if you are a Kurd you should know that soon or later the will screw you, because you need them now as proxy army, when they don’t need them anymore, then you will see too many dead Kurds in Northern Syria from the Turks.

  • World_Eye

    LOL that must have been a 500 kg JDAM, cuz it flateen the whole house.