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Breaking: US Airstrike Wipes Out Key ISIS-Turkish Jihadists in Syria

ISIS jihadists marching through Al Raqaah, Syria
ISIS jihadists marching through Al Raqaah, Syria

By Gordon Duff and Nahed al Husaini

Turkish IED/Chemical weapons factory destroyed:  3 Turkish officers killed deep inside Syria:

The names of the recovered dead Turkish officers are:

Najim Al Dein Tourna, Jakri abdullah and Khoder Jaherzak

Turkey has failed thus far, to make arrangements to repatriate their chemical weapons specialists from Syria.

A US air strike on a Turkish underground WMD factory in Raqaah, Syria leaves nearly a score dead. The facility was hidden under a soccer field where local children play, just outside the walls of the historic city ravaged by ISIS militants during their occupation.


In a renewed almost entirely US air mission against ISIS, American planes hit an ISIS headquarters complex in Raqaah, Syria.

Al Jazeera, owed by the royal family of Qatar and suspected of using its film crews and correspondents as intermediaries between Israeli intelligence agencies and ISIS, told a very different tale.  Their version of events is a despicable mix of propaganda, disinformation and outright lies, targeting not only Syria but the United States as well.


Quoting Syrian Human Rights Watch, a Mossad front as a “UK based monitoring group,” Al Jazeera went on to say the US attack killed only civilians, 52 of them, and specified that no ISIS fighters were killed.  The Al Jazeera story and the “Syrian Human Rights Watch” report, distributed through the “American Free Press” is a total fabrication.

However Syrian forces on the ground quickly entered the complex after the US attack.  The command center was located a local athletic field.  In addition to the three Turkish officers Najim Al Dein Tourna, Jakri abdullah and Khoder Jaherzak specialist in booby traps and chemical weapons other top ISIS leaders died including Saudi, Somali and Iraqi.

A high ranking Turkish officer explained to interrogators that Turkey’s support of ISIS and their direct involvement in the use of chemical weapons is meant to give Turkey influence and leverage when Al Nusra and the Muslim Brotherhood enter Damascus.  The officer indicated that sarin and now chlorine gas attacks are unleashed against Syrian civilians while “Syrian Human Rights Watch” is used to place blame on the Damascus government.

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There is little question that US forces knew they were targeting a chemical weapons facility as well as the ISIS command center inside Syria.  That the United States continues to officially voice support for reports citing Damascus as being responsible for chemical weapons use is inexplicable under the circumstances.

Sources in Damascus indicate that shipments of advanced military technology from both Russia and Iran have been stepped up despite the US embargo on all weapons to Syria except for Al Qaeda and ISIS.  Below, the fictitious Al Jazeera story dated May 2, 2015.

 Dozens killed in US-led air strikes in northern Syria

Air raids targeting ISIL positions kill at least 52 civilians in Aleppo province, UK-based monitoring groups says.

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At least 52 civilians have been killed in US-led air strikes targeting Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) positions in a village in northern Syria, a monitoring group has said.

“Air strikes by the coalition early on Friday on the village of Birmahle in Aleppo province killed 52 civilians,” said Rami Abdel Rahman, head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

“Seven children were killed, and 13 people are still trapped in the rubble.” he said on Saturday.

The Observatory documented a total of 66 civilians, including 10 children, who have been killed in the US-led coalition airstrikes in Syria since September last year.

In another attack, at least five civilians were killed, including three children, after Syrian government forces dropped barrel bombs in south of Aleppo, the observatory said.

The United States Central Command (CENTCOM) released a report stating that coalition forces conducted 11 airstrikes in Syria, targeting ISIL positions al-Hasakah, Der Ezzor and near Kobane.

In a statement released on Friday, the CENTCOM said that it had conducted seven airstrikes in Iraq.

ISIL vs opposition fighters

Abdel Rahman told AFP news agency that Kurdish fighters joined by Syrian rebels have clashed with ISIL in a town roughly 2km away from Birmahle.

“But Birmahle is only civilians, with no ISIL positions and no clashes,” he said.

Rahman said “not a single ISIL fighter” was killed in the strikes on the village, but that raids on a nearby town had killed at least seven fighters.

Air strikes by the US-led coalition have supported Kurdish forces battling ISIL fighters in Aleppo province, most notably in the flashpoint border town of Kobane, which is near Birmahle.

Backed by the strikes, Kurdish fighters drove ISIL out of Kobane in January. A statement released on Friday by the joint task force for the anti-ISIL coalition said it had conducted six air strikes near Kobane on ISIL tactical units.

According to the Observatory, the air campaign has killed more than 2,000 people in total, including at least 1,922 ISIL fighters.

Government offensive

The Syrian army has launched an offensive against opposition fighters in the northwest province of Latakia.

Activists in the city’s suburbs said that opposition fighters have managed to repel the government offensive in the northern countryside without any advance from either side.

Opposition fighters claim to have shot down reconnaissance drone, and sporadic clashes are ongoing in those areas.

Latakia is Syria’s main port and one of the most important government-held areas.

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