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US-led Coalition Evacuates ISIS Commanders From Euphrates Valley – Reports


US-led Coalition Evacuates ISIS Commanders From Euphrates Valley – Reports

March 2, 2017 – A door gunner from Joint Task Force Iraq’s Tactical Aviation Detachment keeps watch during a CH-146 Griffon helicopter flight near Erbil, Iraq as a part of Operation IMPACT. (Photo: U.S. Combat Camera)

On September 22, local sources familiar with the situation in the Euphrates Valley told the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) that helicopters of the US-led coalition had evacuated several ISIS commanders from an area near the town of al-Marashidah in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside. According to the sources, the terrorists were taken to an unknown destination.

The pro-opposition Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) confirmed the SANA’s report claiming that the terrorists, who had been evacuated, were spies of the US-led coalition.

The US-led coalition and its proxies, mainly the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), are currently conducting a military operation to clear the ISIS-held pocket in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside. This explains why the coalition would evacuate its spies or even foreign fighters who may be relocated to other countries.

In the last two years, Syrian pro-government and opposition sources accused the US-led coalition of evacuating dozens of ISIS commanders from eastern Syria. However, the coalition has never acknowledged these claims.



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  • Gregory Casey

    Should we be surprised? and as for chances of any of this being published in American, British or French Media? Zero!
    I wonder if, in fact these ISIS Commanders are US Military Personnel?

    • Jens Holm

      The western medias are much more informed then most orthers almost all the time.

      You are learned its no and apperently not able to look Yourself. I read here, its a roumor, and as I see it , it fir well in SDFs actually are taking the last ISIS pocket and by that, they as usual try to throw dirt on it.

      It should be the opposit. As a minimum SDFs has killed many,many from ISIS.

      • John Whitehot

        the western medias are not informed.

        the western medias serve corporate agendas, hence tell whatever their owners force them to tell.

        sdf has lost any trace of credibility from the moral standpoint the second they accepted to act on israel’s and us behalf.

        they managed to become dirty in a single instant, when they put their own economic interests ahead of the common well-being of entire Syria.

        For this reason, they belong in the footnotes of history.

      • Gregory Casey

        Huh ???
        I suggest you begin again!

        • Jens Holm

          So whats the latest news from Denmark of high importance ….

          • Tommy Jensen

            A father of two children accused of incest by the Kindergarten.

          • Vitex

            A degenerate European pseudo-democracy run by freemasons and inbred royals

          • Valerianus Maximus

            The latest news from Denmark of high importance is that there is most definitely something rotten in the state of Denmark. :-)

      • Merijn

        The SDF adopted ISIS & other former Headchoppers as New Members..as this SDF-movie shows


        • Jens Holm

          Its registrated as total fake all over the whole world. It soon will reach Your slow mail area too.

      • Merijn
      • Merijn

        ISIS Headchoppers became SDF

      • Gregory Casey

        The LAST ISIS Pocket ??? Oh Good! This means Trump will soon announce the departure of US & Allied Forces from Syria! Chance would be a fine thing ………..

  • Merijn

    (SOHR) confirmed the SANA’s report claiming that the terrorists, who had been evacuated, were spies of the US-led coalition….

    Spies..?! You mean Operatives….Trainers…Instructors….Special Forces…Intelligence…CIA…Mossad….They try to safe as much of their Headchoppers as Possible…. the remaining Headchoppers will be Adopted by the SDF under condition that they shave their Beards…

    • Tommy Jensen

      They were spies. Someone is needed to overlook the butcherregime and its bombing of those civilians who refuse to vote for Assad´s dictatorship.
      They were replaced to spy in other Hitler regimes under Operation Inherent Resolve Freedom.

  • Empire’s Frontiers
  • Jens Holm

    If true, they should be spy commanders.

    Russians are playing “Warganes” again. Well try some Tic-Tac-Toe.

    So far I believe nothing about it. SANA normally not even know, whats in front of their troops and often not aroiund and behind of them as well.

    You never know. More inf. pls.

  • John Whitehot

    they probably evacuate their own personnel embedded with isis.

    not “spies”, but military advisers – green berets for example have an astounding record of serving among jihadist militants.

    aside the usual mischievous and lurid US behavior, this could be a sign that they know that isis is close to the end.

    no worries for all the zio-lickers though, there’s always al-nusra to equip, train and lead on the field.

    • Rob

      These commanders are US forces that disguised as terrorists. The ISIS number is increasing in Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya etc.

    • Bob

      Yup – all along jihadist’s use of balaclavas not just to hide identity when committing war crimes – equally conceals faces of NATO special forces operating alongside terrorists.

  • occupybacon

    Well well well…”local sources familiar with the situation”. A bird just whispered me that this is exactly how low quality fake news sound like.

  • potcracker777

    what a fuckin surprise…. wrote about these numerous nato taxis before, and all i got was the typical cursing……nato has been doing this(beiing the taxi for islamists) for decades,the bosnia war, where nato transferred islamists including al-qaida to the front lines…the afghanistan/USSR period where nato helped with logistics,arms and taxi rides for verious groups including the famous us intelligence man bin -laden etc….currently in syria, nato is helping ALL jihadi groups including HTS(al-qaida) and ISIS in idlib or al-tanf area or deir-e-zoor area.
    ALL big outragious bs….and the people of these nato countries are busy sniffing cocaine,drinking booze , smoking cannabis,watching porn,watching NFL,premiere league or what ever other GAMES the elite have for their moronic populations.sooner than later we will all have to pay the ultimate prize for this behavior of NEGLIGENCE.

    • Jens Holm

      You are very strong being that infected and still alive.

      • John Whitehot

        interesting soliloquy.

      • Sinbad2

        You realize that by supporting ISIS, you are leaving yourself open to charges of supporting terrorism, and a lot of waterboarding at a CIA secret prison?

        • Jens Holm

          You say.

          You are like Islam allow to lie – But You do it all the time as if it was written You have to.

          If You would be so kind to be sekulars, You would see, that religion and politics is not the same as a military comment.

          You fight enemies much better, if You know them. Your comment say and confirm why SAA has many 1000 extra killed and Syria has lost for billions extra.

          ISIS are very good guerilla infantery for advance hitting hard as well as being gone in 50 sekunds(tghey bnow are reduced).

          Thats whats wrong with You: You put all in the same pot. Only PYD/SDFs in the whole Syria sees this and are for diving things in pieces, which can be handled.

          You keep Yourself underdevelllopment, when You have a religion or a culture like that.

          I am mainly with what CIA does even the last 2 Leaders has been a little strange and probatly low in some matters. If they should come I will make coffee to them -or a beer if allowed.

          Fine they are not nice guys as long as we are on the same side :)

    • Empire’s Frontiers

      ^ He writes as he waits for the latest Fortnite patch to install.

  • Brother Thomas

    What a surprise (not).
    Frankly there would be no ISIS if not for Saudi Arabia, Israel, the Gulf States, and the US.

  • Davki

    The SDF may receive US aid, but they’re far more than proxies. Unless, you would count the Asad regime as Russian proxy. In that case…

  • Syria insider
  • Don Machiavelli

    Everyone to it’s own.

  • Rob

    helicopters of the US-led coalition had evacuated several ISIS commanders from an area near the town of al-Marashidah in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside. According to the sources, the terrorists were taken to an unknown destination.

    The destination is Afghanistan, Egypt, Libya and other unknown areas.

  • Tom Tom

    the Zio slave CIA agenda for a new Sunni-stan, led by Saddam’s old Ba’athist military leadership, continues. Eastern Syria, and then western Iraq all the way to Baghdad, to serve as their bulwark against Iran, just like Iraq was for them.



  • Fernando Silva

    fake news!

  • leon mc pilibin

    Well Well Well,who would have guessed that would happen?

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  • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

    Off to Libya now … show must go on…

    • Ivan Freely

      or Afghanistan.

      • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲
        • Redadmiral

          OO claims that when they wrote War Pigs, they were not aware of its Anti-War narrative nor the Yanki war of aggression in Vietnam. How pathetic is that? Especially when Gezzer states it was written first and foremost as an anti war song because of what was happening in Vietnam.

  • The Evil Empire has a lot of time, money and training invested in these Orcs. It’s like a trained fighter pilot whose training costs millions. When the plane crashes he ejects and rescue copters are sent in.

  • Dick Von Dast’Ard

    Just imagine if one of the ISIS Black Hawk choppers crash landed and the bodies of Arabic speaking terrorists and American speaking terrorists were inter-mangled.
    Would be very bad PR.

    • χρηστος

      what news agency would report such a thing?and if they wanted to the cover up would be so quickly that noone would even have time to tweet such a thing……we would just learn from official us voices that a heli crushed somewhere in the middle of nowhere…..probably in Germany while in joint drills…..

  • Smaug

    That should keep Guantanamo busy for a while…

    • Sinbad2

      Yes Gitmo another thing the US stole.
      Such a long history of crime, but they don’t have the staying power of the Jews.

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    A short helicopter ride to Al-Tanf and then onto the next destination, which is either the next hotspot in Syria, or a holiday in Europe.
    These so called spies for the coalition are a mixed bag, some of them are nothing more than paid thugs, some are US/coalition government operatives working alongside the terrorists, and a few are even true believers, trying to play the US/coalition for everything they can, whilst reluctantly cooperating with the US/coalition to achieve their mutually beneficial agendas.
    The last pocket of Isis in US controlled territory is about to fall, and all the high value operatives stationed there, are being relocated before the final onslaught. If they were trapped there they would most likely be captured by the SAA, and then sing like canaries to save their skins, something the culpable US/coalition can’t afford to happen, hence the helicopter rides.
    Most people wrongly believe that Assad’s winning the [US/Israeli instigated] civil war in Syria, but that’s not the case at all, it’s still at a stalemate no matter what the territorial and military picture tells us. The military phase may be winding down but the political war is still raging at maximum intensity. The US still has a few tricks up it’s sleeve and will now be playing those cards for their maximum gains, the termination of the Idlib campaign at the request/demands of Erdogan are proof positive of this reality, and Israel’s lack of inhibition, concerning the safety of Russians in Syria is another [14 dead Russians].
    No ones scared of Putin at all, it’s the exact opposite, they’re all goading him into action, thumbing their noses at him and daring him to respond, but he hasn’t even once. That’s not how I expected the coalition world leaders to act with the second most powerful leader in the world, and him to react to them.
    I condemned Putin for not putting Russian boots on the ground from the very beginning of Russia’s involvement, and I was right to do so, that simple little thing was the precursor for all of Putin’s problems since. The other world leaders took that to be a sign of weakness in Putin’s resolve, and for their own benefit and the detriment of Assad, have successfully exploited his rightfully perceived lack of resolve ever since.
    I was hoping he was going to prove them all wrong this time, but sadly no, he’s folded yet again, Erdogan’s taken his measure and found him lacking once again. So now we have a stalemate in Idlib that has no end in sight, at least not an end that a sovereign Syria would be happy with, and we also have an emboldened US, that is actually beefing up it’s personnel and infrastructure in Syria, not scaling down and leaving as Trump stated they intended doing.
    I’m starting to see something happening I don’t want to see, a divided or partitioned Syria. Will this be Putin’s less than glorious legacy for Syria, or will he instead finally grow a backbone and do what he should have in the first place, just stand up to the bullies and give them all bloody noses. Probably not, he hasn’t so far and looks less likely to do anything now, a 3 way split of Syria is looking like the most likely scenario, which I think would be just about the worst outcome.
    For the price of limited self autonomy, the Kurds have offered Assad the world. They’ve offered to kick the US out and return all their controlled territory to Syrian sovereignty, they’ve offered to kill the Turks in Idlib and Aleppo, which they’re already doing without NATO or US intervention [no other pro Assad fighters can do that, not even the Russians], and they’ve promised not to split away from Syrian sovereignty ever again [not with Erdogan on their doorsteps and the US unwilling to stop him]. There are a lot of other things they’ve promised Assad, but the 2 I just mentioned, make me believe that ‘limited’ self autonomy for the Kurds won’t be too high a price to pay, for Assad to retain a complete and unfractured sovereign Syria.
    It’s starting to look like the last viable option to me, now that the Idlib campaign is seemingly dead in the water.