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ANTAKYA, Turkey — Abu Ali, a commander of a moderate Syrian rebel group in northern Syria, proudly shows a black laptop partly covered in dust. "We took it this year from an ISIS hideout," he says.
Abu Ali says the fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS), which have since rebranded themselves as the Islamic State, all fled before he and his men attacked the building.
The attack occurred in January in a village in the Syrian province of Idlib, close to the border with Turkey, as part of a larger anti-ISIS offensive occurring at the time. "We found the laptop and the power cord in a room," he continued, "I took it with me. But I have no clue if it still works or if it contains anything interesting."
originally posted by: chrismarco
a reply to: dollukka
And 99 percent of this stuff can be downloaded on a torrent site...big whoop..
Really? You think they'd put their attack strategies on torrent sites? I really doubt it. Unless they are willing to share their attack strategies with us. Torrents are downloadable to all people who have internet and a good Bit downloader.
originally posted by: RoScoLaz4
wow that's a convenient 'find'. or plant.