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Ex-Obama Admin Official Just Dropped A Bombshell About Obama And ISIS’ Creation


Meanwhile, in both Syria and Iraq, Islamic State forces succeeded in seizing new towns, villages and territory.

House Speaker John Boehner again slammed President Obama’s Islamic State strategy on Saturday.

“One year after authorizing the first airstrikes against ISIL in Iraq, President Obama still doesn’t have the overarching strategy that’s needed to actually defeat these savage terrorists. Today ISIL forces control huge swaths of both Iraq and Syria. Scores of innocent men, women and children in these countries are murdered every week. And Iraq’s stability and sovereignty, a vital U.S. interest, remains at risk.

“Instead of punting this crisis to the next administration, it’s time for President Obama to change course, and put forth a strategy to win this fight,” Boehner said in a press release.

Less than 24 hours after Boehner issued his statement, six U.S. F-16 fighter planes and 300 U.S. military men finally arrived at Turkey’s Incirlik air base as part of the agreement between President Tayyip Erdogan and Obama concerning the battle against ISIS.

The planes are scheduled to start their mission in a few days and are said to take part in a major operation against Islamic State that will be spearheaded by Turkey.

Meanwhile, in both Syria and Iraq, Islamic State forces succeeded in seizing new towns, villages and territory.

On Thursday, ISIS captured the strategically important town of Qaryatain that lies in the middle of a triangle formed by the major cities Damascus, Homs and Palmyra that was seized by ISIS in June.

Hundreds of Christian families fled shortly before Islamic State entered the town that has a mixed Muslim/Christian population of 40.000. Many Christians were taken hostage by the terrorist movement, and 230 Christians are reportedly missing.

ISIS is now 26 miles from the very important Homs-Damascus highway, which acts as a crucial supply line between the capital and central Syria as well as the coastal plain and the Qalamoun Mountains along the border with Lebanon.

In the Aleppo province in northern Syria, ISIS is making gains as well. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported on Sunday that ISIS forces had captured the village of Om Hosh that lies close to the road between Aleppo and the Turkish border. The goal there is to cut off the supply line to Aleppo form Turkey.


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