(This is the second time in a month that the United States military has aided “ISIS”. One month ago “ISIS” was penned up in Manbij after ethnically cleansing the city on behalf of the Kurds and the US allowed them to leave the city in large numbers, with their vehicles, to head north to do the same thing to another town on the border with Turkey but the Turks made entry into Syria and repelled them back across the river. Many of us have been writing for years that “ISIS” is a construct of Special Operations, a proxy army waging irregular warfare in Syria on our behalf. Today we see yet another example of the Pentagon aiding and abetting this “enemy” that President Obama has been asking for a new Authorization for Use of Military Force to fight anywhere in the world. The Pentagon has been an outspoken critic of the cease fire deal and it would seem they have decided to take matters into their own hands and make sure it fails by attacking Syrian troops on behalf of “ISIS”. This is a major development.)
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from SANA News Agency
The General Command of the Army and Armed Forces said that US alliance aircrafts targeted at 5 PM on Saturday a Syrian Arab Army position in al-Tharda Mountain in the surroundings of Deir Ezzor Airport, causing losses in lives and equipment and clearly paved the way for ISIS terrorists to attack the position and take control of it.
In a statement, the General Command said that this act is a serious and blatant aggression against the Syrian Arab Republic and its army, and constitutes conclusive evidence that the United States and its allies support ISIS and other terrorist organizations, stressing that this act reveals the falseness of their claims of fighting terrorism.
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