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Russian MoD releases evidence of collusion between ISIS and US special forces

The Russian Defense Ministry released aerial footage of ISIS positions north of Syria's city of Deir Ezzor that showed the US equipment deployed in such a manner as to suggest that US military staff “feel absolutely safe” in the area which is held by the terrorists, the ministry of defense noted.

Published: September 25, 2017, 6:17 am

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    The photos posted on Russia’s Defense Ministry’s Facebook page on Sunday pinpointed equipment that is currently being used by US special forces.

    “Though the US military units’ positions are in the areas of where ISIS is located, they do not have any signs of organized combat security,” the Defense Ministry added.

    “The aerial photographs, taken on September 8-12, 2017 in the areas of Daesh troops’ deployment, detected a big number of US Hummer armored vehicles, used by the US Army’s special forces,” the ministry said in statement posted on Facebook.

    The footage clearly shows units of US Army’s special forces deployed in the footholds previously set up by ISIS militants, but there were no signs of clashes with the terrorists, and neither were there shell craters left after the coalition’s announced “airstrikes”.

    “There are not even signs of the organisation of a battle outpost. This shows that all the US servicemen who are currently there, feel completely safe in the areas under the terrorists control,” the ministry said.

    Acccording to the Russian Defense Ministry, US special forces have escorted the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) across ISIS positions without any clashes occuring.

    In fact, US Army special units were providing free passage for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), guiding them through the battle formations of Islamic State terrorists, the ministry said in a statement.

    “Without any resistance from the ISIS militants, the SDF units are moving further along left shore of the Euphrates River towards Deir Ezzor,” the defense authority said.

    Sources in the Russia’s MOD report that recent statements do not reflect the reaction of the Russia’s government when they were informed that the highly sensitive information about the location of the Russian and Syrian troops in Idlib was leaked to the US military Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) command and they handed this information to the Al-Nusra islamists.

    The MOD also noted that they had evidence of the Al-Nusra and Al-Qaeda jihadists using the CIA channels of communication between each other and with the US SOF troops to organise their combat missions.

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    • Anybody with half a brain knows the CIA is behind ISIS, and Israel too. And now the Kurds also, move with impunity across ISIS held territory. Interesting. Apparently their only common enemy is Assad.

      Brings into question the whole War on Terror itself, and of course, its catalyst, 911. Cui bono.

      Traitors to us all.

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