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Coalition could be assisting Isis

Published 21/07/2015

Either coalition forces are deliberately supplying Isis fighters in Syria, or air-drops of military equipment are falling into enemy hands due to intelligence failure.

But, considering coalition forces fought alongside al-Qaeda in Libya and have been supporting the Jihadist opposition in Syria, it isn't beyond the imagination to believe that coalition forces are deliberately supporting Isis fighters.

We've already seen how bombing raids (supposedly against Isis in Syria) have hit oil refineries and grain silos in an attempt to topple the Assad regime.

The al-Qaeda menace was used to effect up until the pretence of fighting a heinous enemy could no longer be maintained against mounting evidence that the West was actually fighting alongside al-Qaeda.


Hillsborough, Co Down

Belfast Telegraph

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