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(NSFW) ISIS Unit Fake Surrender And Detonate Suicide Vests Near Kurd Positions

Published Sept. 6, 2021

The exact date of the footage provided is unknown, however earliest sources date back to May of 2017, which shows Kurdish troops engaging a small unit of ISIS fighters, after the ISIS fighters allegedly surrendered. As the footage begins, the Kurds clearly have reasonable suspicion against the ISIS fighters, as they maintain a significant amount of distance and hold their hardcover positions.


Without understanding dialect spoken in the situation, we can hear the tone becoming more intense as the two groups begin screaming back and forth with each other. A few moments later, the Kurdish troops begin firing on at least four of the ISIS fighters, seemingly neutralizing them. Seconds later, two explosions occur as two of the fighters were armed with suicide vests. It is unclear whether these vests were detonated from a distant bystander, or detonated as a last ditch effort from the dying fighters themselves.


A few months back, March of 2021, another journalist at Funker530 shared similar footage, but it is unconfirmed to be the same incident. I'll leave it to you in the comments below to give your thoughts and analysis.


The conflict between these two groups goes back to 2013, when the Kurds and ISIS clashed with one another after the Islamic State (IS) honed its sights in on three Kurdish enclaves which bordered their territory in northern Syria. These attacks from the Islamic State carried on until mid-2014, when the YPG repelled them, gaining a foothold against the Islamic State. Following the Kurds involvement in the repelling of the Islamic State in late 2014, IS launched a surprise attack on Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq. As a result, many Kurd inhabited cities, such as Sinjar, fell to the IS, resulting in the killing and capturing of thousands of religious minorities.


Leading into the mid to late 2010's, these conflicts continued between the two groups. As a result, many allied forces such as the United States and other world powers became majorly involved in the conflicts, as they provided aerial support and airstrikes to further combat the Islamic State in both Syria and Iraq.


No One Left Behind is the first and premier national non-profit dedicated exclusively to standing with our wartime allies (those applying for or who have received a Special Immigrant Visa).


austin marino

Published Sept. 6, 2021

The exact date of the footage provided is unknown, however earliest sources date back to May of 2017, which shows Kurdish troops engaging a small unit of ISIS fighters, after the ISIS fighters allegedly surrendered. As the footage begins, the Kurds clearly have reasonable suspicion against the ISIS fighters, as they maintain a significant amount of distance and hold their hardcover positions.


Without understanding dialect spoken in the situation, we can hear the tone becoming more intense as the two groups begin screaming back and forth with each other. A few moments later, the Kurdish troops begin firing on at least four of the ISIS fighters, seemingly neutralizing them. Seconds later, two explosions occur as two of the fighters were armed with suicide vests. It is unclear whether these vests were detonated from a distant bystander, or detonated as a last ditch effort from the dying fighters themselves.


A few months back, March of 2021, another journalist at Funker530 shared similar footage, but it is unconfirmed to be the same incident. I'll leave it to you in the comments below to give your thoughts and analysis.


The conflict between these two groups goes back to 2013, when the Kurds and ISIS clashed with one another after the Islamic State (IS) honed its sights in on three Kurdish enclaves which bordered their territory in northern Syria. These attacks from the Islamic State carried on until mid-2014, when the YPG repelled them, gaining a foothold against the Islamic State. Following the Kurds involvement in the repelling of the Islamic State in late 2014, IS launched a surprise attack on Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq. As a result, many Kurd inhabited cities, such as Sinjar, fell to the IS, resulting in the killing and capturing of thousands of religious minorities.


Leading into the mid to late 2010's, these conflicts continued between the two groups. As a result, many allied forces such as the United States and other world powers became majorly involved in the conflicts, as they provided aerial support and airstrikes to further combat the Islamic State in both Syria and Iraq.


No One Left Behind is the first and premier national non-profit dedicated exclusively to standing with our wartime allies (those applying for or who have received a Special Immigrant Visa).


austin marino

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