An Update On ISIS Activities

August 18, 2016

August 18, 2016

Sirte (Wasat)

Sirte (Wasat)

Today’s Major Developments

UN report details Daesh’s atrocities against the Yazidis. []

Cost to replace Anbar’s 85 destroyed bridges: $175,000,000. []

$50,000,000 theft discovered in Kirkuk. []

Daily gruesome Daesh executions continue in Mosul. []

Major car bomb attack hits eastern Turkey. []

Syrian Army keeps attacking YPG in Hasaka. []

Daesh counter-attacks in Sirte. []

High-ranking Saudi clerics blast Russia, US for collaborating with Iraq, Syria against Sunnis. []






The Ministry of Defense says the Minister held an “important meeting” at the JOC headquarters attended by the Army Chief of Staff and his Deputies, the Ninewa Operations Commander and his senior officers, and other Iraqi forces commanders, to discuss the logistical and technical preparations for the Mosul liberation. [Mada]


In response to a question from Rudaw, a KDP-affiliated media organization, Department of State spokesman Mark Toner says the Peshmerga and all other armed groups in Iraq should be under the overall military leadership of the Iraq government and the Iraqi Army. [Rudaw]


A new United Nations report lays bare Daesh’s widespread and systematic “terrible atrocities” against the Yazidis and other ethnic and religious communities. The UN envoy for Iraq today called for the perpetrators to be fully and properly held to account.

Compiled by the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the report details heart-wrenching testimony of Yazidi survivors of Daesh atrocities in Iraq since the attack on Sinjar in August 2014, including accounts of systematic and widespread killings, sexual violence and sexual slavery, cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, forced conversions and forced displacement, and other abuses of international human rights and humanitarian law.

The report contains accounts by those who were among the 308,315 mostly Yazidis who fled Sinjar District. An estimated 360,000 Yazidis remain displaced, with a serious lack of badly needed psychological care. [UN]


The Ministry of Displacement and Migration says 13,691 people have left their homes in Shirqat and Qayara since the start of military operations in those areas. [BasNews]


The Coalition says it conducted 5 airstrikes on Daesh in Iraq, 4 near Mosul that struck three Daesh tactical units and destroyed 38 oil tanker trucks, five other vehicles, and six assembly areas, and 1 near Ramadi that destroyed two Daesh vehicles and a hideout. [InherentResolve]



Security-related incidents reported

North (Tarmiya, Taji, etc.)

An MoI source says three people were killed and eight wounded when an IED exploded near a busy market in Falahat village in Tarmiya District. [Mada]

The MoI says security forces captured 3 men wanted on terrorism charges in Rashidiya and in Suleikh in northeast Baghdad. [Maalomah]

Iraqi Army 22nd brigade destroyed a motorcycle bomb and an explosives vest and defused 3 IEDs in the Tarmiya area. [BOC Facebook Page]

The Baghdad Operations Commander says a Daesh member was surrendered by his own father to Iraqi forces in Tarmiya. [Buratha]


Northeast (Adhamiya, etc.)

A security source says the body of an unknown woman was found shot in Shaab. [Sumaria]


East (Sadr City, New Baghdad, etc.)

An MoI source says armed men shot and killed a money exchange owner in the Binouk area and stole more than $70,000 dollars. The police followed the armed men and killed one of them, and arrested 3. [Mada]

An MoI source says two people were killed and seven wounded when an IED exploded near a commercial area in Ameen. [Mada]

A security source says the body of an unknown woman was found shot in Obeidi. [Sumaria]


South (Dora, Mahmudiya)

An MoI source says one person was killed and six wounded when an IED exploded near a popular restaurant in Hay Al-Sihha in Dora. [Mada]

Iraqi Army 23rd brigade defused 2 IEDs in the Ubaid area. [BOC Facebook Page]

Iraqi Army 55th brigade found an IED and ammunition in the Yatama area. [MoD Website]

A local police source says a tribal PMF fighter was killed and three wounded when an IED exploded on their patrol in the Karaghoul area in Yusufiyah. [Maalomah]

An MoI source says two Iraqi soldiers were killed and two wounded when an IED exploded on their vehicle in Latifiya. [Mada]

Iraqi Army 25th brigade found explosives caches in the Shakha 3 and Kilo 12 areas in Latifiya. [MoD Website]


Southwest (Rasheed)

A security source says unknown armed men in SUVs kidnapped the owner of a private electricity generator in Saidiya. [Sumaria]


Total Baghdad incidents reported:   15    (Includes only incidents reported)



The Manager of the Roads and Bridges Directorate in Anbar says 85 bridges were destroyed in Anbar because of terrorist attacks and military operations and the Governorate needs $175 million dollars to rebuild them. [Sumaria]



A member of the Anbar Provincial Council says 3 water purification stations are back in working condition after being renovated. [Sumaria]


Iraqi forces defused 72 IEDs, 20 booby-trapped houses, and a vehicle bomb in the Falluja area. [BOC Facebook Page]


An Anbar Police source says one policeman was killed and two wounded when an IED exploded on their patrol in the Haramat area in Ameriyat Al-Falluja. [Mada]


The Ameriyat Al-Falluja PMF spokesman says a PMF fighter was killed while trying to defuse an IED in the Hassi area. He says people from areas south of Falluja are trying to defuse IEDs and explosives, even though they are untrained and inexperienced, because of the shortage of Explosive Ordinance Disposal teams. [Maalomah]


The IWMC says Iraqi forces destroyed 8 IEDs in the Halabsa area. [Maalomah]



A PMF source says the PMFs found a Daesh vehicle bomb and IED factory in the Albu Bali area in Jazeera Khaldiya. [Harbi]


The IFP Commander says his troops killed 4 Daesh terrorists and destroyed a tunnel and 3 mortar units in the Qurtan area in Jazeera Khaldiya. He also says his troops found a Daesh ammunition and explosives storehouse in Jazeera Khaldiya. [Harbi]


A video shows people rebuilding their destroyed houses in Ramadi. [Yalla]


Rutba/Western Anbar

Daesh says two women and a child were killed and five other people wounded by 7 “American” airstrikes on houses in Saada and Rummana villages, and the Karabela area north and east of Al-Qa’im. [A3maq]

Daesh issues a video of the results of the airstrike on Saada village. [A3maq]




Salahuddin Police Emergency units shot down a Daesh drone in the Sheikh Ali area. They also defused an IED planted in the same area. [MoD Website]


A local source says the Daesh leader, Awwad Baghdadi, issued an amnesty for his terrorists who had committed violations and been imprisoned in Shirqat, and then sent them to the front lines. [Sumaria]

DaeshDaily comment. This doesn’t seem like an amnesty. Daesh often gets rid of its “troublemakers” by sending them to likely death. Last year it was reported that Daesh got rid of some terrorists who got infected with VD by sending them out as suicide bombers.


A Salahuddin Operations Command source says the IAA destroyed a Daesh convoy of several vehicles en route from Shirqat to Hawija. [Maalomah]



A security source says twelve displaced people were killed and four wounded by Daesh mortar shelling on a displaced people’s camp in the Asmeda area north of Baiji. [Mada]


According to MoD, 78,904 displaced families have returned to Salahuddin so far.

Iraqi forces captured 20 Daesh suspects in the Hajjaj area after getting information from returnee families. [MoD Website]



A security source says several tribal PMFs shot down a Daesh done in the Mtaibija area south of Samarra. [Mada]



The director of the Tuz Khurmatu Asayesh says three civilians were kidnapped on the road between Tuz Khurmatu and Amerli. [Rudaw]



Muqdadiya/Abu Saida

The Diyala Police Chief says his troops captured a man wanted on terrorism charges in Muqdadiya. [Sumaria]


Northern Diyala

The IWMC says Iraqi forces raided and searched several villages in northern Diyala, and destroyed 6 IEDs. [Maalomah]




The office of Iraq’s Commission for Integrity in Kirkuk says it uncovered a massive theft of over $60 billion Iraqi Dinars, around $50 million dollars, in a private bank in Kirkuk. The source says the theft involved counterfeit checks and illegal transactions in addition to transferring money to illegal money exchange companies in areas under Daesh control in Mosul, Ramadi, Hawija, and Falluja. [Mada]


A North Oil Company source says the export of oil from Kirkuk to Turkey resumed after it had stopped for 5 months. [Sumaria]



A COR member from Hawija says Prime Minister Abadi promised that Hawija will be the next battleground against Daesh. [Mada]


Salahuddin Operations Command in the Himrin Mountains area secured 40 people who escaped from Hawija District. [MoD Website]


A PMF commander says Daesh executed one of its commanders, who is also the brother-in-law of Daesh’s emir of Kirkuk, because he said that Daesh should withdraw from Hawija. [Sumaria]




A PUK official says a Coalition warplane bombed 2 Daesh vehicles in Hay Al-Karama in north Mosul, killing 7 terrorists. [Mada]


A local source says Daesh executed fourteen people by drowning them in iron boxes in the Faisaliya area in Mosul city after accusing them of communicating with Iraqi forces. [Sumaria]


Local sources say Daesh reorganized its Khansa’ brigade in Mosul, which is Daesh’s women’s security unit, dependent on foreign terrorists. The sources say a local doctor who used to lead Daesh’s women’s activities fled 3 months ago. The sources also say Daesh intensified its spying in Mosul after the precise Coalition airstrikes that killed dozens of its terrorists. Daesh withdraws its checkpoints in the streets during the day, but they return at night. Daesh is also organizing parades for its Ashbal Al-Khilafa, a group of boys trained to be suicide terrorists, to raise the morale of its fighters. [Karemlash]

A Kuwaiti newspaper says Daesh is depending on young boys (Ashbal Al-Khilafa) to conduct its suicide attacks because of the lack of terrorists. It says that 3,000 boys aged 8-12, mostly Syrians, have finished their religious and military training and have been taken to the front lines. [Hawar]


An engineer from Mosul tells Niqash that Daesh terrorists came from the desert and they won’t leave until they make Mosul a desert. He says Daesh destroyed important government buildings and sold the remains in auctions. Niqash says more than 120 factories, government buildings, construction projects, and banks were destroyed either by Daesh or by airstrikes, including 12 major factories, 17 educational institutions, 25 military and security headquarters, 6 banks, 4 strategic bridges, and others. Niqash also says that right after every airstrike, Daesh puts the remains of the buildings in auctions, usually attended by Syrian merchants who buy the steel and other remains of the buildings. [Niqash]

DaeshDaily comment. The first sentence of this report summarizes the vicious attack of the “oil and sand terrorists” on Iraq. This ignorant culture, which still claims Earth is the center of the universe, is trying to destroy one of the oldest civilizations in the world, with help from some Iraqis.   


Daesh says “American” warplanes destroyed 13 “civilian” fuel tankers with heavy machine guns in the U’bour area in west Mosul. [A3maq]

DaeshDaily comment. These “civilian” tankers were transporting stolen Iraqi oil, and most of the revenues would have been used to finance terrorist attacks on real civilians.  


Nineveh Plain

Eyewitnesses say unknown armed men shot at a Daesh vehicle in Nimrud subdistrict in Hamdaniya, killing 7 Daesh terrorists. [Maalomah]



A security source says Coalition warplanes destroyed a Daesh convoy of 30 fuel tankers, killing 12 terrorists and wounding others near Qayara. [Sumaria]


Coalition warplanes conducted an airstrike on Daesh in the Qayara area, killing the Daesh security official of Qayara and 3 of his associates. The Coalition also destroyed 2 Daesh vehicle bombs northwest of the Qayara Airfield. [MoD Website]


An Iraqi Army Spokesman says Coalition warplanes destroyed 7 Daesh vehicles on the road between Qayara and Hammam Al-Alil subdistrict, killing 18 terrorists. [Sumaria]


A story of a family of seven who were trying to escape Qayara but fell into a Daesh land mine: The father and one of the children got killed, and the mother was wounded. [Karemlash]


Daesh says it destroyed an Iraqi Army bulldozer with a guided missile in the Kanhash hills in the Qayara area. [A3maq]



The UK Consulate in Kurdistan says it supports a comprehensive and thorough investigation into the murder of Wadat Hussein, a Kurdish journalist who was kidnapped and killed in Dahuk 2 days ago. [ROJ]



Dhi Qar

A Dhi Qar police source says a Daesh terrorists involved in the Speicher Massacre was captured at a checkpoint in the Batha area, 40 km (25 miles) west of Nasiriya. [Mada]



A security source says four civilians were wounded when a shell fell on their house in Basra. [Baghdadia]




Turkish media sources say 14 people were killed and 220 wounded in a double car bomb explosion near a police station in the Van district on the eastern (Iran) border. Turkish authorities blamed the PKK for the attack. [BasNews]


The Turkish President Erdogan says the PYD represents a threat to Turkey and Turkey will continue to fight terrorists everywhere, including northern Syria if necessary. [Anadolu]

DaeshDaily comment. Too bad the President didn’t feel the same way about Daesh for so long.




An AP analysis of thousands of leaked Daesh documents reveals most of its recruits from its earliest days came with only the most basic knowledge of Islam. According to the documents, which were acquired by the Syrian opposition site Zaman Al-Wasl and shared with the AP, 70 percent of recruits were listed as having just “basic” knowledge of Islam—the minimum option. Around 24 percent were categorized as having “intermediate” knowledge, with just 5 percent considered advanced students of Islam. The AP analyzed the Daesh entry form documents of around 4,030 foreign recruits who crossed into Syria when the group was rapidly expanding and seizing territory in Iraq and Syria in 2013 and 2014. [IraqPress]


Staffan de Mistura, the UN’s special envoy for Syria, says the UN has suspended its humanitarian task force in Syria amid frustration over intensified fighting in the country’s civil war. De Mistura stopped a meeting on humanitarian access after just eight minutes, saying it made “no sense” to plan aid deliveries when they would not be let into besieged areas. Speaking in Geneva, he said convoys had not been able to reach surrounded towns and cities at any time during August. [Sumaria]


Amnesty International issued a report saying around 18,000 people were killed in Syrian government prisons between 2011 and 2015. [ARA]


The Syrian Network for Human Rights says 2,704 civilians, including 746 children and 514 women have been killed in Russian airstrikes on Syria since July 2015. It also says Daesh killed 2,686 civilians, including 368 children and 323 women since April 2013. [EnabBaladi]


The Coalition says it conducted 14 airstrikes on Daesh in Syria, in and around Mare’ (6), Manbij (3), Raqqa (1), Tal Abyad (1), Deir Ez-Zor (2), and Albu Kamal (1). [InherentResolve]


Northeast (Hasaka, Raqqa)

A YPG source says Syrian planes launched 2 airstrikes on YPG positions in Hasaka. [BasNews]

Syrian warplanes bombed Hay Al-Kalasa in west Hasaka, killing five civilians and wounding others. Syrian warplanes also bombed the Asayesh headquarters in Hasaka. [ARA]

DaeshDaily comment. This is an obvious escalation, with the Syrian armed forces themselves suddenly attacking the YPG.


Two children and two young men were killed and eight people wounded by two Syrian Army shells on Hay Al-Aziziya in east Hasaka. [Hawar]

A medical source says two civilians were killed and 15 wounded by Syrian Army shelling on Kurdish areas in Hasaka. [BasNews]

A 20-year-old woman was killed and 24 people wounded, including 9 children, in Syria Government militia’s shelling on Hasaka. [Hawar]

Photos of the results of the shelling [Hawar]


A medical source says a 13-year-old boy was killed by a Syrian Army sniper in Hasaka. The source also says fourteen civilians were wounded in the shelling. [Hawar]


The YPG captured 10 Syrian soldiers in the Mashtal area in Hasaka. [Hawar]


A video of the battles in Hasaka [Hawar]


The PYD Asayesh leader says his troops will not tolerate the Syrian Government attacks in Hasaka, He also says this is the first time the Syrian Government has used warplanes in addition to the heavy artillery. He says the Syrian Government is committing suicide. [Hawar]


Battles stopped in Hasaka after the Syrian Government in Damascus intervened. [EnabBaladi]


The PYD Asayesh captured several Daesh sleeper cells in Tal Hamis and confiscated large quantities of explosives. [Hawar]


Informed sources say 45 US Marines arrived in Mabrouka town west of Hasaka, to help in the removal of mines in the area. Other sources say American troops are beginning to prepare for the Raqqa battle. [ARA]


Daesh publishes photos of shelling and rocketing YPG positions in Raqqa District. [DawaAlhaq]


Northwest (Aleppo, Idlib)

An eyewitness says a Kurdish senior YPG commander was assassinated in Kobane. He says unknown armed men followed the commander, stopped his vehicle, and shot him in the head. [ARA]



Daesh says it killed 30 YPG fighters and destroyed several vehicles in an attack on Maqta’ Hajar village southwest of Manbij. [A3maq]

Daesh issues a video of the attack. [A3maq]


Daesh says it conducted a suicide attack yesterday on YPG fighters in Haymar Labda village, 9 miles south of Manbij. [A3maq]


A Syrian legal organization says 678 people, including 206 children and 84 women, were killed during the Manbij liberation campaign. [Dorar]



“Trusted sources” say around 100 Daesh vehicles loaded with terrorists left Jarabulus city toward Al-Bab. The sources also say Daesh kidnapped more civilians in Qubba Al-Sheeth village in Al-Bab. [Hawar]


Daesh issues a video of targeting “American” warplanes with heavy machine guns in Al-Ra’i. [A3maq]


Other Northwest Syria reports

Local sources refuted media reports that Daesh is withdrawing from Jarabulus. The sources say civilian families left the area over the last 2 days in anticipation of military operations. [EnabBaladi]


Daesh issues a video of destroying 2 Syrian Army cannons north of Kowaires airport. [A3maq]


Central and West (Homs, Hama, etc.)

A local activist says Daesh attacked Syrian troops in Mazin Al-Baqir village east of Homs, killing several soldiers and capturing military equipment. He also says Daesh attacked Syrian troops near Jazal Oilfield and the battles are still ongoing. [ARA]

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the Syrian Army Commander for the Jazal area was killed in the battles. [SyriaHR]


East (Deir Ez-Zor)

Seven people were killed by Russian airstrikes with cluster bombs in Deir Ez-Zor. [Qasioun]


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported a series of Daesh atrocities.

(1)   Daesh killed and then crucified a young man who had previously escaped a Daesh prison east of Deir Ez-Zor. The Observatory says 11 prisoners escaped from Mayadin during the last few days and some survived, but three of them were caught and killed [SyriaHR]

(2)   Daesh publicly beheaded then crucified two men in Deir Ez-Zor after accusing them of impersonating Daesh terrorists and stealing. [SyriaHR]

DaeshDaily comment. These two might have been Daesh members. Daesh usually kill its terrorists after accusing them of defaming crimes. 

(3)   The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says two women and a child were killed by a Daesh mortar shelling on Hay Al-Joura in Deir Ez-Zor. It also says warplanes launched more than 8 airstrikes on different areas east and west of Deir Ez-Zor. [SyriaHR]

(4)   The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says Daesh beheaded a young man in Kabar village west of Deir Ez-Zor. [SyriaHR]


The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 3 Daesh terrorists were killed by an IED while they were trying to sneak into Hay Al-Jabila in Deir Ez-Zor. [SyriaHR]

Daesh issues a video of destroying a Syrian Army military position in Hay Al-Jabila in Deir Ez-Zor with a rocket. [A3maq]


Syrian Government militias destroyed a Daesh hideout in Hawija Saqar, killing or wounding several terrorists. [SyriaNow]


South (Rif Damashq, Suwayda, Daraa, etc.)

Daesh says a commander of its affiliate, Khaled Bin Al-Waleed Army, Qahtan Abu Ubaida, survived an IED attack in the Yarmouk Basin. [DawaAlhaq]


Qasioun reports that the same terrorist was wounded in the IED explosion west of Daraa. [Qasioun]

DaeshDaily comment. This is a really high-ranking Jordanian guy who was formerly with Osama Bin Laden.




North Africa


Security sources say two soldiers were killed and another wounded by Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis snipers at a checkpoint in the Masoura area south of Rafah. [ElWatan]

A security source says six takfiris were killed and four others wounded in clashes in the Masoura area. [VetoGate]


A security source says security captured 6 armed men and confiscated weapons and ammunition that was on its way to Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis, in the Jamiza area west of Rafah. [ElWatan]


Eyewitnesses say security captured an armed man who was with a group trying to attack a checkpoint in the south Sheikh Zuweid area while 2 other armed men fled. [ElWatan]


An armed group kidnapped two civilians and killed another in south Sheikh Zuweid after accusing them of cooperating with security forces. [ElWatan]


Eyewitnesses say Egyptian warplanes targeted an Ansar Bait Al-Maqdis gathering in north central Sinai. [ElWatan]




The Libyan Special Forces Commander says another commander was killed by a land mine near the European Hospital in west Benghazi. He says the battles are ongoing between the Libyan Army and Daesh in Shoura Benghazi in the Qawarsha area. [Wasat]

A Special Forces commander says Libyan planes conducted several airstrikes on the 2 groups in west Benghazi. He says the Libyan Army is advancing slowly in the area because of the IEDs and mines. [Wasat]


Central coast

The Libyan National Accord Government Military Spokesman says Daesh attacked Libyan troops with 2 vehicle bombs in the Gharbiyat area, killing ten soldiers and wounding more than twenty. He also says Libyan troops killed 3 Daesh terrorists in Hay 1 in Sirte. [Wasat]

The Misrata Hospital says fourteen soldiers were killed and fifty-five wounded in the two suicide attacks. [AfriGate]

Photos of the aftermath of the attacks in Sirte [AfriGate]


The National Accord Government Military Spokesman says military warplanes launched extensive airstrikes on Daesh in Hay 1 and Hay 2 in Sirte hours after the two suicide attacks. He also says 19 soldiers were killed and 80 wounded in the 2 attacks. He says the terrorists arrived at the rear lines from outside of the city and attacked. He also says his troops advanced in Hay 3, and trapped Daesh snipers in the area. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack and said it was conducted by two Libyan terrorists. [Anadolu]


Daesh says it killed more than 40 Libyan soldiers in 2 suicide attacks in the Dhahir area west of Sirte city. [A3maq]


Other countries


Daesh says it killed an Afghan Intelligence Service member in Kabul city. [A3maq]


Daesh says it killed four Afghan Ministry of Interior employees with a sticky IED in Kabul and publishes a photo of the attack. [DawaAlhaq]


Daesh publishes photos of burning confiscated drugs in Afghanistan. [JustPaste]



The Russia Ministry of Interior said Wednesday that two policemen were wounded when two terrorists attacked a traffic police point northeast of Moscow. It says one of the wounded policemen killed one of the attackers and the second attacker was arrested. [Sumaria]

Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack, and issues a video of the 2 terrorists pledging allegiance to its leader, Awwad Baghdadi. [A3maq] [A3maq]




Tens of Saudi “official” clerics, among the most high-ranking clerics in the country, issued a statement condemning the Russian “aggression in Syria,” reminding the Russians of how the mujahedeen once kicked them out of Afghanistan. The statement says the West and the Russians are in alliance with the Safavid (Iranians) and the Nusairi (Alawites) in a real war against Sunni people, countries, and identity.

The statement says the US is not a friend of the Syrian people because it doesn’t allow the “Syrians” to get anti-aircraft weapons, and didn’t allow a safe zone or create a no-fly zone. It says the Coalition war against Daesh is a trick, because it only slightly targets Daesh.

The statement also says “the Russian Orthodox Church leaders announced a holy “crusader” war, as Bush the son did before. The statement urges the heads of the “mujahedeen” to unite, otherwise all Sunni countries will fall. [Ana Al-Muslim]

DaeshDaily comment. We highly encourage these “official” self-appointed spokesmen to read DaeshDaily from time to time to see how effective the “slight” efforts of the Coalition against Daesh have actually been.  Even Daesh supporters are laughing online at their statement. For comparative perspective, they could analyze how effective the Saudi efforts against Daesh and the Syrian government have been, after all their posturing.

    The rest of us can just observe the obvious anti-Shia sectarianism from these supposedly religious leaders. Iraq is winning; pro-Daesh Iraqis are losing. The Syrian government the clerics hate is still surviving, with help from the godless Russians and the apostate Iranians. The Sunni militias in Syria are not gaining ground on Daesh, but Kurds are gaining with help from the Christian Americans and Europeans.

    Daesh’s ideology emulates the Wahhabi ideology these clerics support—the one that says all non-Wahhabis are fair targets. No wonder these poor guys are so frustrated. If only they could do something really Islamic and make some friends among all these people they are denouncing.


Video of the Day

A video of a Coalition airstrike destroying a Daesh defense position near Manbij on July 27 [CJTF]




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