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Syria: the unravelling continues

The weakening of ISIS is no victory for the West.

It certainly looks as if ISIS is in retreat. Over the past couple of months, it has lost territory in both Iraq and Syria. Its two signal captures in Iraq a couple of years ago, Fallujah and Mosul, have either been lost or are about to be, with Fallujah retaken in June, and Mosul now the focus of an imminent ground offensive. And in Syria, many, civilian and ISIS alike, are fleeing the de facto capital of the Islamic State, Raqqa, before the approaching anti-ISIS coalition of mainly Kurdish, Arab, Assyrian, Armenian, Turkmen and Circassian militias, aided and abetted by US airpower, launches the inevitable, final assault.

  • ntt1

    they are, and always will be far from defeated , they are here invited in by idiots like trudeau and obummer, they will continue to kill us until islam is banished from our countriess anything less is a waste of time and condemns more of our loved ones to death by “lone wolf ” jihadis

    • canminuteman

      Every Muslim is Isis, or an Isis supporter. They are all a threat to our existence. Even the refugees that come and work hard and assimilate will have children, who will be Muslim.