Thursday, November 3, 2016

Iraqi army finds ISIS with U.S. missiles

Via Billy

 EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT -- The bodies of two Islamic State militants lay on a street in Gogjali, an eastern district of Mosul, Iraq, Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016. Iraqi special forces paused their advance in the eastern district of Mosul on Wednesday to clear a neighborhood of any remaining Islamic State militants, killing at least eight while carrying out house-to-house searches. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)


Has the United States been arming the Islamic State? Is that why President Obama has been slow to attempt to defeat them? Enquiring minds want to know. The Iraqi army, during its advance on Mosul, has found multiple U.S. made TOW anti-tank weapons in ISIS weapons depots. Apparently the weapons have been routinely dropped from aircraft resupplying the area, reports Iranian news agency Alalam. The reports have not been verified.

“Several US-made missiles were found in al-Shoura region to the South of Mosul,” a local source said on Monday, reports Alalam.

“The ISIL terrorists have sent US-made TOW anti-tank missiles to Tal Afar and it is quite evident that they are preparing for a long-term war,” the Arabic-language media quoted an Iraqi security official as saying on Monday.

“The fighters present at the forefront of fighting against the ISIL always see US helicopters flying over the ISIL-controlled areas and dropping weapons and urgent aids for them,” the official who called for anonymity told FNA.

Alalam states that U.S. helicopters are also ferrying wounded leaders of the Islamic State for medical treatment and repeatedly warn the terrorists of coming military operations.

2 comments:

  1. Michael Dean MillerNovember 3, 2016 at 3:59 PM

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    These things are easily traced by serial numbers.

    Mainstream media needs to do its job and give us a time and motion study of who got what, when, where and from whom.

    Just don't old your breath.

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