It’s an undeniable fact that a large number of people who live in Southwest Asia (aka the ‘Middle East’) believe that the United States is, in spite of its stated mission, covertly offering support to ISIS/ Daesh. With the U.S.-led coalition’s strikes on a Syrian military base this past Sunday, it’s unlikely that any of their minds are going to be changing any time soon. With the sneak attack on the Syrian Arab Army’s base south of the Deir Ezzor airport in the eastern region of Syria, which Centcom claims was mistaken for an ISIS training camp, the United States whether knowingly or not helped ISIS capture territory they previously did not hold.
A soldier of the Syrian Arab Army
It was on September 17 when the U.S. military along with its vaunted coalition partners launched an aerial attack on the Syrian military at its base in Jabal Therdah, using two…
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