ISIS Hails The Assassination Of Qasem Soleimani

ISIS is celebrating the death of their greatest enemy in the region who saved Iraq from being completely overrun by the terrorist group.

Daily Mail:

ISIS has claimed the death of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was an act of ‘divine intervention’ and that it will benefit their jihadist cause.  

After the assassination of Soleimani, the head of the Iran‘s elite Quds force, the US-led coalition tasked with holding back ISIS in Iraq paused all operations, turning itself instead on Iranian aggression directed towards America. 

In the weekly ISIS newspaper al-Naba, the extremists said that while their enemies were fighting each other, draining energy and resources, the jihadists would be able to regroup, according to the BBC.  …”

Why wouldn’t they?

Once again, we are fighting the enemies of ISIS and allowing it to regroup. Have you noticed how ISIS never seemed to bother Israel or Saudi Arabia?

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  1. Wait… According to what I have garnered from monitoring Fox News (yes… I spent the day with my mom again), General Sulemani was a scourge against freedom and the U.S.. He was apparently a one man Terminator like killer of Americans, the lead exporter of terrorism, AND even masterminded 9/11 and Benghazi….

    This article must be wrong. I’m going to return to Fox monitoring duty and get my “real” news from the blondes in mini skirts and guys wearing pins on their lapels with our “greatest allies” flag on it

    • I empathize. I also suffer being surrounded by Fox News addicts.

      Literally half the Southern Baptist Preachers in my Texas city have been flown to Israel for indoctrination.

  2. London Daily Mail

    Under cover of darkness, an Israeli armoured car advances down the potholed road that leads to Syria. As it crests a small hill, the driver picks up the radio handset and tells his commanding officer that the border is in sight.

    He kills the engine. Ten heavily-armed commandos jump out and take cover, watching for signs of ambush. Then five of them move up to the 12ft chainlink fence that marks the limit of Israeli-held territory.

    On the other side, on the very edge of Syria, lies an unconscious man wrapped like a doll in a blood-drenched duvet. The commandos unlock the fence, open a section of it and drag him onto Israeli soil.

    The casualty – who doesn’t look older than 20 – is losing blood fast. He has been shot in the intestines and the liver, and has a deep laceration in his left ankle.

    After putting him on an emergency drip, the commandos stretcher him back to the armoured car and head back to Israel.

    But this wounded man is not an Israeli soldier, or even an Israeli citizen. He is an Islamic militant. And his rescue forms part of an extraordinary humanitarian mission that is fraught with danger and has provoked deep controversy on all sides.

    Almost every night, Israeli troops run secret missions to save the lives of Syrian fighters, all of whom are sworn enemies of the Jewish state.

    Israel insists that these treacherous nightly rescues are purely humanitarian, and that it can only hope to ‘win hearts and minds’ in Syria. But analysts suggest the Jewish state has in fact struck a deadly ‘deal with the devil’ – offering support to the Sunni militants who fight the Syrian ruler Assad in the hope of containing its arch enemies Hezbollah and Iran.

    There is no doubt about the danger involved. Many of the casualties rescued by Israel belong to Salafist groups who harbour a deep-seated hatred of the Jewish State. It has also been reported that some may be members of Jabhat al-Nusra, a Syrian group affiliated to Al Qaeda that has kidnapped scores of UN peacekeeping troops in this area, and has massacred Christians deeper in Syria.

    It is unclear how the two enemies arrange the rescue. All that has been disclosed is that word reaches Israeli forces that casualties have been dumped at the border, intelligence establishes that it is not a trap, and the commandos are sent in.

    In the three years that Israel has been running these operations, it has saved the lives of more than 2,000 Syrians – at least 80 per cent of whom are male and of fighting age – at a cost of 50 million shekels (£8.7 million).

  3. Of course the Israeli secret intelligence service would applaud general Quassim’s death why wouldn’t they? The are just a paid proxy of sunni terrorists working for the heebs and the Saudis

  4. {{{Saudi Arabia}}} asks for a mercenary army to protect their country…and they get the U.S. military. The American people ask for the U.S. military to protect our own borders…and we get nothing.
    America first, right?

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