Free Passage Deal For ISIS In
Raqqa - U.S. Denies Involvement - Video Proves It
- After free passage negotiations with the U.S. and
its Kurdish proxy forces, ISIS is moving its
fighters out of Raqqa city. When the Syrian
government reached similar agreements the U.S.
childishly criticized it. The U.S. coalition claims
that it was "not involved in the discussions" that
led to the Raqqa free passage agreement. A BBC News
report shows that the opposite is true.
the last two years the U.S. and its Kurdish proxy
force in Syria made several deals with the Islamic
State. In 2016, for example,
they negotiated a
deal with Islamic State fighters to move from Manbij
to the Turkish border to avoid further casualties in
the fight about the city.
7:20 AM -
30 Aug 2017 - Brett McGurk @brett_mcgurk
Irreconcilable #ISIS terrorists should be killed
on the battlefield, not bused across #Syria to
the Iraqi border without #Iraq's consent 1/2
Our @coalition will help ensure that these
terrorists can never enter #Iraq or escape from
what remains of their dwindling "caliphate." 2/2
the last months U.S. supported Kurdish proxy
fighters besieged the city of Raqqa and fought to
take it from ISIS. An immense amount of U.S. bombs
was released to lower the casualty numbers of the
U.S.proxy forces. The city was literally "destroyed
to save it". Many of its civilian inhabitants were
killed. During the last days rumors abounded that a
deal was made between the U.S. and ISIS. It would
give ISIS fighters free passage when leaving the
city. Today these rumors
received information from Knowledgeable and
independent sources confirming reaching a deal
between the International Coalition and the
Syria Democratic Forces in one hand; and the
“Islamic State” organization in the other hand,
and the deal stated the exit of the remaining
members of the “Islamic State” organization out
of Al-Raqqah city.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirms
that this agreement has happened, and confirms
that all the Syrian members were gotten out
already, and if some members remained until now
it is because they are of the non-Syrian
nationalities of whom the French Intelligence
objects getting them out of Al-Raqqah city,
where the French Intelligence considers that
some of those involved in Paris Attack are
present inside the city ...
sources said that buses had arrived to take the
leaving ISIS fighters towards the Syrian-Iraqi
Local officials say
that foreign fighters with ISIS are also leaving.
The U.S. coalition generally
evacuation, but it denies any involvement:
of vehicles is staged to depart Raqqah Oct. 14
under an arrangement brokered by the Raqqah
Civil Council and local Arab tribal elders Oct.
... The Coalition was not involved in the
discussions that led to the
arrangement, but believes it will save innocent
lives and allow Syrian Democratic Forces and the
Coalition to focus on defeating Daesh terrorists
in Raqqah with less risk of civilian casualties.
hypocrisy stinks to high heaven. A deal made by
Hizbullah with besieged ISIS fighters and their
families was condemned. The evacuation convoy was
blocked for days in the desert
by U.S. drones and air interdiction.
U.S. and its allies make a similar deal and let ISIS
leave its besieged position. They bus those fighters
towards the Syrian-Iraqi border where Syrian
government forces are engaged in heavy battles
is next? CENTCOM providing ISIS with air transport
to the Israeli border? There
ISIS is free to openly train new forces.
The area is safe from Syrian and Russian attacks.
The Israeli airforce keeps anyone away who might be
hostile to ISIS.
U.S. says: "The Coalition was not involved in the
discussions". That is a lie. Only two days ago BBC
News reported on the meeting where the deal was
discussed and then made.
you can see (vid)
U.S. General Jim Glynn meeting on October 12 with
Raqqa officials to negotiate the deal.
General claimed at that time that no deal was made,
later news and the situation today proves the
opposite. ISIS convoys are moving out of Raqqa and
the U.S. and its proxy forces are sitting tight and
simply watch them leave. No U.S. air asset is
blocking the convoy and no Brett McGurk is raving
against the deal.
criticism of the Hizbullah deal in August by the
U.S. military was unprofessional. The blockade of
the earlier evacuation convoy was childish behavior.
McGurks rants were puerile. To lie today about
involvement in the deal making after having invited
the BBC to film the negotiations is just utterly
stupid. No grown-ups seem to be involved on the U.S.
side of the Syria conflict.
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