Media: US & Saudi Arabia Sending ISIS Terrorists from Mosul to Syria

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According to media, the US and Saudi Arabia have agreed to provide Islamic State (IS) terrorists and members of their families with a safe exit from Iraqi province of Anbar and city of Mosul prior to its assault by the international coalition forces. Evacuated terrorists will be sent to Syria to conduct an offensive on cities, controlled by the Syrian government forces.

Media: US & Saudi Arabia Sending ISIS Terrorists from Mosul to Syria

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The special services of the US and Saudi Arabia have reached an agreement, according to which members of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group can safely leave Anbar province and the Iraqi city of Mosul before start of the assault on it by the international coalition forces, pro-Russian and pro-Iranian media reported on Wednesday.

As the Fars news agency reported, citing a senior commander of the Iraqi volunteer forces (the Hashd al-Shaabi), Nazem al-Jaqifi, the western part of Anbar province have already been left by IS emirs and commanders at the order of the US.

“The IS commanders and their families have fled Raveh, Ana, al-Qaem, al-Rataba and other areas under their control in western Anbar province,” Fars quoted al-Jaqifi’s words. “The IS commander have fled Anbar province after disguising in Shepherd’s clothes,” he added.

Al-Jaqifi also stressed that the evacuation of IS members from the province of Anbar has been held upon an order of Washington.

Meanwhile, the RIA Novosti news agency also reported about withdrawal of IS terrorists from the province, citing an unnamed military-diplomatic source in Moscow.

According to the source, US President Barack Obama has already decided to carry out the operation to liberate Mosul in October. During the assault, the coalition’s air power would carry out strikes only on detached empty buildings, pre-agreed with terrorists, the source said.

According to him, the plan of Washington and Riyadh also provides that terrorists would move from Mosul to Syria in order to conduct an offensive on cities, controlled by the government forces.

“More than 9,000 IS terrorists will be transported from Mosul to the eastern regions of Syria for conducting a following major offensive operation, which involves the capture of Deir ez-Zor and Palmyra,” the source added.

RIA Novosti does not have any comments of the US or Saudi sides, as well as any official information on this matter.

Earlier, it was reported that about 120,000 people will take part in the operation to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul from IS terrorists.

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  • Rodney Loder

    I believe Erdogan is a part of this conspiracy, if his wishes are met by US planners his stake in Mosul will be achieved, possibly even ownership in partnership with Brazani, what the West want in return is a robust anti Assad posturing and a lock step with KSA, another betrayal of his present Allies would be water off a ducks back.
    Greece is as everyone knows is a lame duck, otherwise a diplomatic challenge from that quarter would achieve roars of approval from Europe, but once great now pathos Greece is lucky to float.

    • Catfish

      Erdo being involved somehow wouldn’t be a change from his past behavior of acting duplicitous (two faced). It could be a reason he’s keeping military nearby with barely any mention about it from the u.s. for them to leave. The Iraqi government has been highly concerned about getting them out as well. If he didn’t want officially annex it, he could easily park some “moderates” there who will ship oil covertly to turkey. It could work much like the black market oil trading scheme Russia interupted in Syria. He needs troops there to back his side in gaining control after isis is transferred to eastern Syria.

      • Rodney Loder

        I think so too, him and Brazani were making hay while IS was shining shipping Iraqi oil out of Ceyham and being offloaded tanker to tanker to israeli customers, because it happened on the High Seas it was somehow legal and Obama was in no hurry to stop the operation.
        Erdogan was not concerned about Brazani continually declaring himself to be the epicenter of a nascant Kurdistan.
        I also think private business trumps National interest with them two crooks.

  • Peter Jennings

    That’s all very tidy isn’t it?
    So move all the terrorists into Syria, then air strike the now empty command centers destroying all evidence of such and order the press to announce another successful nato attack on their own fake jihadists.

    It’s probably true to say that most europeans don’t really know that their gov’ts wastes their taxes on ferrying terrorists around middle eastern countries whilst paying them well to murder innocent people and destroy neighbourhoods.

  • Brad Isherwood

    Lol….Parlay. …Flag of truce…flag of truce : )

    Empire dealing with pirates. ….not much changes in 400 years.
    Maybe ISIS will get a new flag with red and white bars.
    British East India Co flag 1700s became the USA Flag
    http://loeser.us/flags/revolution.html

    Long John Silver : ” When I’m a ridin in my coach to Parliament….don’t want any
    Of em Sea Lawyers comin round. …….like the Devil at Prayers”