I was just checking out the twitter page of the Rojava Defense Units (YPG) and noticed that they have arrested a dozen members of Daesh down in
Der-ez-Zoir in recent days, and out of a handful of Americans, one of them is a minor. Does Child Protective Services know where this young man is? I
would like to bet 1/15 of a Bitcoin this kid is from Michigan. Any takers? There was an Irish guy, Russians, German and a bunch of other Central Asian
people there as well.
Eight terrorists of US, Russian, German, Ukrainian, Tajik, Kazakh and Uzbek origins were captured by our units.
Rojava Defense Units | YPG
Five foreign #ISIS members have been captured in a special operation conducted
by counter-terrorism units.
The BBC did a report a few days ago with some footage found from a dead commander of an ISIS last stand, as well as some dialogue with the YPG
fighters trying to remove some of the last ISIS flags flying in Syria.
International volunteers fighting for terrorist proxies in the South, while their official military counterparts of the same nations
face off in the North. This sure is an interesting conflict people, darn near history
making as far as modern history goes (last 80 years).
a reply to: projectvxn
I wonder if Abu is like a prefix referring to a foreign convert of some sort? Al-Amriki I am certain simply means the American. Al-Almani apparantly
means "the German" and was the adopted name of the German.
Did you see the names in the second list? They did not seem to have those prefixes/suffixes/titles to their names.
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