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originally posted by: Sparkymedic
originally posted by: M5xaz
originally posted by: MrSpad
a reply to: infolurker
Assad's forces are full of sympathizers for both the rebels and ISIS. Anything the Russians do ISIS will know almost right away. This is not going to be pleasant for the Russian's.
Fixed it for you:
"Obama's White House is full of sympathizers for ISIS. Anything any opponent does ISIS will know almost right away. This is not going to be pleasant for Obama once this gets fully exposed, and it will"
Do you really think THIS is what will bring about the treason charges against Obama? I hope it will, but I have serious doubts.
I have a feeling there will be unforeseen consequences for the WH in regards to their meddling which has taken place over, well, half a century I guess. Ok, maybe not unforseen...but consequences none the less though.
perhaps the most important revelation is that, according to Segodnia, the ISIS fighters apparently had detailed plans of the base as well as clear satellite imagery of the military installations located there.
Erdogan And The Prime Minister Of The Turkey, Just Made This Declaration To The Entire Islamic World: ‘We Will Gather Together Kurds And Arabs, And All Of The Muslim World, And Invade Jerusalem, And Create A One World Islamic Empire’
The fact that Russians are now engaged in combat in Syria now greatly increases the likelihood that the two opposing superpowers may “accidentally” or even intentionally find themselves in direct conflict with one another in Syria.
originally posted by: buster2010
The question then becomes, how did ISIS, a terrorist organization which has yet to launch its own satellites into orbit, acquire such sensitive and important material?
Welcome to the internet. A person can go online a get pics of virtually anything now even area 51.
U.S.-trained rebels who recently returned to Syria said Wednesday they have lost contact with one of their officers and that they are investigating reports that he defected and handed over his weapons to al-Qaida's branch in the country. The U.S. military said it had no indication that any U.S.-trained fighters have defected. The allegations come only days after the group of about 70 rebels returned to Syria after training in Turkey as part of the U.S. program to train and equip rebels to take part in the fight against the Islamic State group.Text