US Warplanes Ingore ISIS Convoys Fleeing Mosul – Report

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US Warplanes Ingore ISIS Convoys Fleeing Mosul - Report

The US-led coalition’s warplanes are ingoring military convoys of the ISIS terrorist group moving from Mosul in the Iraqi province of Nineveh to Syria, the Irainian Fars News Agency reported citing a source in the predominantly Shia Popular Mobilization Units (PMU or Hashd al-Shaabi).

“Much surprised the ISIL convoys that have been escaping from Mosul to Syria have not come under attack by the coalition fighter jets,” Fars News Agency quoted the source as saying.

The source reportedly noted that  ISIS is now confused in Mosul and the Iraqi forces have obtained lots of information about the terrorists’ positions in the city.

We recall, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi announced the official start of operation to liberate Mosul from ISIS on Monday.

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  • Boris Kazlov

    Of course, after the fall of Aleppo, USA wants to use its terrorists to continue war in Syria’a eastern regions.

  • paul

    The only thing this demonstrates is the utter evil and depravity of the usa
    and its allies.

  • Brad Isherwood

    Lavrov on record now saying military action in play should Mosul ISIS cross into Syria
    Which they are already…
    Iran is there saying …here they come!
    Possibly it’s not many ISIS so far…
    and Russia will bomb them..and Shia/ Peshmurga will fight them at the border.
    Going to be a lot of pissed off followers
    should the kookistan become reality in Syria.

  • Lord Humongous

    This U.S. Administration sees Syrian citizens as nothing more than cannon fodder. This ashames me as an American citizen. The world was a safer place (I know, I was there) during the Cold War when the U.S. and U.S.S.R. were military equals. You don’t have to like it, but it is true.

  • regvernon .

    The USA created ISIS in order to further regime change in Syria and also as part of its Project to redraw the national boundaries of the Middle East (Google Lt Colonel Ralph Peters for more on this). So why would they destroy their own fighters? That’s why, until the Russians came on the scene, Allied attacks on ISIS were ineffective. Instead of attacking them, they were supplying them and attacking the Syrian army.

    • Ian Todd

      USA acting on behalf of its Israeli handlers in their bid for Greater Israel.

      • regvernon .

        I have seen no evidence whatsoever that supports the view that Israel has a Greater Israel policy. The concept flies in the face of domestic reality. I’m sure that many in Israel would like to annex the Occupied Territories but the government balks from that because of the demographic consequence – a larger population of Arabs with voting rights, which would distort internal political dynamics.
        From a purely military perspective Israel could not possibly control a larger perimeter.