While many parts of the world continue to become victims of ISIS terrorism, with numerous military forces constantly fighting to put an end to their continuous destruction, it seems there is another side to how the US might be interacting with the terrorist group.
A Recent Confession From ISIS Leaders
A spokesman for Iraq’s Kata’ib Hezbollah popular forces Jafar al-Hosseini has disclosed to Fars News Agency that ISIS leaders captured in Iraq have acknowledged that they have been receiving logistical backup and intelligence support from the US. “As the ISIL commanders captured in Iraqi popular forces’ recent military operations have confessed, the US supports for the terrorist groups are not limited to the dispatch of logistical support,” Al-Hosseini relayed to FNA. He went on to tell the agency that the US has given ISIL information regarding the positions and targets of Iraqi forces. “ISIL commanders trusted the US officials who had assured them that the Iraqi forces would not attack Fallujah because the US had urged the Iraqi government to prevent the popular forces from entering Fallujah and raid Beiji instead; hence the terrorists left Fallujah for Beiji to stay on the alert in there.”
But this confession wasn’t all al-Hosseini wanted to discuss. “Our forces have two operations underway; first seizing Ramadi from ISIL and second keeping away the American forces from Anbar province,” he also told FNA, noting that, by keeping US forces from getting near Anbar province, the process of re-obtaining it will be quickened.
Iraqi Forces Blast US
This isn’t the first time shocking news of US military forces working with Iraqi officials has surfaced, however. The terrorist group has, on numerous occasions, informed the media that both the US and its allies have, indeed, provided ISIL in Syria with arms and ammunition as a justification for taking down the terrorist group known as Takfiri.
And recently, it was discovered by the Iraqi army and volunteer forces that, in Al-Anbar province, brand new anti-armor missiles, like the TOW-II, were among the US-made military hardware and ammunition found in the possession of Takfiri terrorists.
In another instance, Iraqi forces said that the US had provided terrorists in Beiji with their military hardware and ammunition. “The military hardware and weapons had been airdropped by the US-led warplanes and choppers for the ISIL in the nearby areas of Beiji,” FNA was informed by military sources.
Iraqi Provincial Official Speaks Up
While attacks brought on by ISIL continue to wreak havoc on the Middle East, western countries, and their regional allies, Coordinator of Iraqi popular forces Jafar al-Jaberi told FNA that US airplanes have been airdropping beneficial products and goods to ISIL terrorists as a means to further support Takfiri terrorists in Iraq. He said, “The US planes have dropped weapons for the ISIL terrorists in the areas under ISIL control and even in those areas that have been recently liberated from the ISIL control to encourage the terrorists to return to those places.” The confession is supported with the help of eyewitnesses in Al-Havijeh of Kirkuk province who say that they watched US airplanes dispense these packages from their airplanes in the province. “Two coalition planes were also seen above the town of Al-Khas in Diyala and they carried the Takfiri terrorists to the region that has recently been liberated from the ISIL control,” al-Jaberi explained to FNA.
Furthermore, two British planes were said to have been shot down by Iraq’s army in Al-Anbar, where it was revealed that they were harboring weapons for ISIL terrorists. “The Iraqi Parliament’s National Security and Defense Committee has access to the photos of both planes that are British and have crashed while they were carrying weapons for the ISIL,” senior Iraqi lawmaker Hakem al-Zameli unveiled, who says that their parliament has reached out to London for answers on the matter.
Iraqi Legislator Backs These Claims
The continuous confessions create a mockery of western military forces, who have watched as their civilians have been victimized by ISIL forces. But nevertheless, the reports on the matter continue to flow in. Al-Zameli said that reports come in every day to the government in Baghdad claiming that the US is airdropping weapons and supplies for the terrorists. But why the western aid? Al-Zameli says he believes it is the result of the US not actually wanting the terrorism to dissolve. He also claims that the most prominent reason for the ongoing survival of ISIL is the result of this very support.
The reports make it seem like the US isn’t actually working to put an end to ISIL terrorism at all, and Iraqi Parliamentary Security and Defense Commission MP Majid al-Gharawi agrees, stating that the building case of their support shows that the US and the international coalition are “not serious in fighting against the ISIL organization, because they have the technological power to determine the presence of ISIL gunmen and destroy them in one month.”
The information might seem outlandish to some who believe in the good of the US in regards to their continuous efforts toward putting an end to ISIL, but it’s definitely something to take into consideration, especially considering the many eyewitnesses and information provided. But is it true? Only time will tell.