Wednesday, April 11

Airlift of Evil 2.0: U.S. evacuates foreign leaders of ISIS in Syria

Airlift of Evil: so named by an American military officer who could only watch helplessly as U.S. forces, under orders from the Bush Administration, assisted Pakistan's military in evacuating Taliban and al Qaeda leaders from Kunduz, Afghanistan in November 2001.  

US helicopters evacuate foreign leaders of Daesh from Tal al-Shayer, Hasaka
April 10, 2018

(HASAKA) US helicopters evacuated foreign leaders of Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization from Tal al-Shayer area, about 20 km to the southeastern of al-Shadadi city in Hasaka province, according to local sources.

The sources said that the evacuation took place at 11pm on Monday at a gas station in the area of Tal al-Shayer in which the perpetrators of the evacuation staged a fake battle with live fire before the helicopters took off, taking three Iraqi Daesh leaders with their families to an unknown destination.

Due to the use of live fire in this incident, a civilian was martyred and others were injured.

During the past few months, Washington transported many foreign Daesh leaders from the eastern region in Syria in order to re-employ them to implement new aggressive plans both in Syria and abroad.

Manar al-Freih / Hazem Sabbagh



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