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ISIS Releases Footage Of Clashes With US-backed Forces In Euphrates Valley

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ISIS Releases Footage Of Clashes With US-backed Forces In Euphrates Valley

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On January 17, the ISIS-linked news agency Amaq released combat footage showing clashes between ISIS members and fighters of the US-backed Syrian Democratoc Forces in the Euphrates Valley. The video also showed a suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive device (SVBIED), which was employed by the terrorist group. According to Amaq, the video shows developments near the villages of Susah and Hawi al-Susah.

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  • Dick Von Dast’Ard

    CIA backed terrorists versus Pentagon backed delusional-ists.

    • Justin

      You are more correct about this than u realise! :)
      Literally it is CIA vs Pentagon!

      • Tom Tom

        I think he realizes it. That’s why he said it.

  • Ed

    And the purpose of them releasing this video is?…..
    It just shows them shooting aimlessly at nothing as usual and a car going along a road!!!

    • Promitheas Apollonious

      to prove that they have enough american supplied ammo, to shoot aimlessly at the sky.

    • jako

      Since they allegedly “fight” for survival vile totally cornered on very small patch of land…
      So small patch of land that U.S. doesn’t know how to bomb them without hitting them….what else ISIS can do but make you-tube videos and shoot in in the distance for no reason?

    • You can call me Al

      Yes, a bit feeble to say the least. Maybe next time, they just point the two fingers and go bang, bang, bang; they will come up with the same result.

  • Rob

    This is seems like Hollywood video. They are in devastated condition and they make video under Ariel raids from US. LOL.

    From where they broadcast these videos or are they use satellite phones? Who has provided these satellite facilities to ISIS? Many questions to answer.

    • Brother Ma

      Which begs the question. Can’t the Russians track the phones -from where the video is uplifted- and this send a drone to torch the Isis team?

      • jako

        ?!?
        That video might come even from some US base in Syria (no possibility to verify)
        Officially video is from the other side of Euphrates… no way to verify…
        IF so….
        You overestimate by far Russian limited contingent in Syria.
        They don’t have not even close that much men and equipment for action you suggest.
        I doubt that there are many Russians in that region (if at all) at the moment…

        I’ve just red that Russian expenses in Syria per day are 2,4 million dollars avrege and for Russia that is plenty of money and sufficiently big burden for the country under total economic blockade….

        • Rob

          Russia is next door to Syria and they only spend US$2.4 m per day then what about US that have been travelled ten thousands miles to go to supply weapons and foods to their forces like ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Israel etc. may be US$50 m per day. LOL.

          • jako

            “US$50 m per day”
            True, maybe even more…hard to tell.
            For them Syria is just tiny drop in the sea of expenses. What they spend for 2000 troops and air support in Syria and their stooges is invisible comparing to the other global expenses they have…
            Like for 800 military bases their global naval presence, air carriers and such, their ongoing war in Afghanistan, presence in Iraq, Europe, Asia, Latin America….countless “interventions” in Africa and drone assassinations of civilians or whoever seams suspicious to them.
            As long as dollar is world currency they’ll keep their dominance and killing people around the world.

          • Rob

            This was the estimated cost of just in Syria occupation. If you wanna ask me about US global expenses then that would be US$10 Billion per annum.

          • Rob

            That is US$18 billion per annum. That is nothing just peanuts for Trump.

  • Justin

    Was that an M-16 that i saw?
    I bet u that the remaining ISIS fighters are Saudi special forces!