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US using ISIL to ‘rebrand war on terror’: Analyst
US Armed Forces Air Dropping Weaponry to ISIL Forces in Iraq
(Here is the News Report to Which Professor Hall Was Responding)
[2014-12-26, 11:35:44 PM] Newsroom: US military aircrafts have dropped weapons and ammunition for ISIL on Friday afternoon in Yathrib and Balad in Salahuddin province. An official member of Volunteer Fighters said that American helicopters have dropped weapon boxes in Yathrib district.
[2014-12-26, 11:39:00 PM] Newsroom: According to volunteer forces who are fighting the terrorists, American helicopters dropped boxes of weapons in Yathrib and Balad districts in Salahuddin province. The airdrop comes as the Iraqi army and volunteers are making significant gains against the terrorist group there. Back in October, the US military admitted that a bundle of ammunition and weapons it had dropped over the Syrian border town of Kobani ended up in the hands of the ISIL members.
Anthony Hall is a Professor of Globalization Studies at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta Canada where he has taught for 25 years. Along with Kevin Barrett, Tony is co-host of False Flag Weekly News at No Lies Radio Network. Prof. Hall is also Editor In Chief of the American Herald Tribune. His recent books include The American Empire and the Fourth World as well as Earth into Property: Colonization, Decolonization and Capitalism. Both are peered reviewed academic texts published by McGill-Queen’s University Press. Prof. Hall is a contributor to both books edited by Dr. Barrett on the two false flag shootings in Paris in 2015.
Part II was selected by The Independent in the UK as one of the best books of 2010. The journal of the American Library Association called Earth into Property “a scholarly tour de force.”
One of the book’s features is to set 9/11 and the 9/11 Wars in the context of global history since 1492.