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ISIS update 6\10\2015..terror-mongers don’t qualify to be at the forefront of the war on terror

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 13:51
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(Before It's News)

ISIL claims to be in control of Libyan city of Sirte

Libyan militias scramble as ISIS seizes territory

Terrorists infighting in Libya kills nearly a dozen

Syrian Army, Hezbollah captured 2 border valleys in Qalamoun

Hezbollah recaptures almost all Nusra-held areas on Lebanon-Syria border

Hezbollah repels ISIL ambush in northern Bekaa Valley near border with Syria

Over dozen ISIL members including senior commanders killed in an attack by Hezbollah

Syria, Aleppo, Syrian Arab Army Blow Up Militant Tunnel near Orphanage Building

Foreign-backed militants in Syria captured an army base in Dara’a

Syria, Hasakah – Last Words to NDF before retaking Ahdath prison & Electrical Station from ISIS

Suicide bomber fail: terrorists dead after accidentally setting off bomb during argument

Bomb blasts killed at least 10 in, around Iraq’s capital Baghdad

U.S. Plans To Add Troops To Train Iraqi Forces Fighting ISIS

Syrian Troops Kill 300 Terrorists in Idlib Province in 2 Days

Syrian troops killed more than 300 foreign-backed terrorists and injured hundreds of others in a large-scale military operations in the Northwestern Idlib province in the past two days.

A Syrian source present on the battle scene explained that the Syrian army’s operations in the past 48 hours have claimed the lives of over 300 Takfiri terrorists, most of them foreign nationals.

“In these operations hundreds of terrorists were also injured and the number of their casualties was so high that the field hospitals set up for the terrorists didn’t admit many of them,” the source said.

According to the source, the Syrian army also staged massive airstrikes in Idlib and its countryside, forcing the terrorists to evacuate their positions and even command centers in different regions, including Mahambal, Sanqarah, al-Moqbelah, Ain al-Hamra, Bastaqoul, Katasfara and Kafar Shalaya as well as Idlib, Ariha and Jisr al-Shughour cities.

Earlier reports from Syria had said that 7 high-profile commanders were killed after Syrian warplanes targeted al-Nusra Front positions in Idlib.

According to reports by FNA dispatches, the Syrian fighter jets launched their heaviest air raids yet on al-Nusra targets in the Northwestern province of Idlib on Monday, leaving more than 50 militants dead and 115 others seriously injured.

The reports also said that at least seven senior commanders of the terrorist group were also killed in the strikes, adding that Osama Bin Torki and Seyfeddin Torkestani were among the dead ringleaders.

We Need a Global Coalition to Defeat the Face of Evil

The United States and its regional cronies don’t want to see ISIL defeated. They want ISIL to break up Iraq and Syria into denominations as it coincides with their strategic aims.That explains why the terrorist group is advancing across the region. It is settling in some regions of Libya; there are problems in Lebanon; and there is even evidence of an ISIL presence in Afghanistan. In parallel, other terrorist groups are stepping up their actions too, including al-Qaeda on the Arabian Peninsula.

Under the circumstances, those who buy into America’s anti-ISIL coalition and/or airstrikes are only fooling themselves. The suspicious airstrikes – sometimes targeting Iraqi and Syrian forces – have not yet had an impact on ISIL’s ability to further expand its cross-border rule.

Under the pretext of fighting ISIL, the US and its cohorts continue to aid “moderate” terrorist groups in Syria too. The irony is that the majority of these so-called moderate oppositionists, who receive assistance in the form of weapons, funds and foreign instructors, eventually join the ISIL club for ideological considerations!

Nonetheless, the international community, even the US-led alliance, knows it just too well that training “moderate” terrorists and carrying out airstrikes are not going to deliver on the task. There has to be another approach if they truly want to defeat terrorism. This is a global threat, which requires a global response.

The world should recognize the severity of the danger and make it a top priority, rather than an afterthought. The foremost priority when it comes to ISIL should be neither Iraq nor Syria but the whole region.

As consistently advocated by Iran and Russia, ISIL is the face of evil and can only be defeated through united efforts, as per international law, and in strict compliance with the United Nations and its resolutions. The world cannot fight terrorism in one territory (Iraq) and support terrorism in another territory (Syria). It just doesn’t make sense.

Moreover, as long as the focus is only on one country, there will be no common strategy to address a wider region that is facing the same threat. Lest we forget other terrorist organizations have pledged loyalty to ISIL. They are expanding their sphere to Sub-Saharan Africa, Egypt, Libya, and even occupied Palestine, where some Persian Gulf Arab states “believe Israel can work magic.”

The US, Israel and their Arab allies might spar in public, but share an interest in countering what they see as rising Iranian influence in the Middle East. They share strategic goals, particularly around the regional ascendance of Iran, regime change in Syria and partitioning of Iraq.

It’s all the reason why the terror-mongers don’t qualify to be at the forefront of the war on terror. We need a global coalition to prevent fanatics like ISIL, an al-Qaeda spinoff, from taking charge and spreading its violent creed across the globe. There is no alternative.


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