Russia Accuses of U.S. Sympathizing with ISIS Fighters

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The Russian government has made the claim that the United States will allegedly be let the jihadi army return to Syria to fight President Bashar al-Assad, as well as his Russian allies. The preposterous claims arose after the U.S. and U.K. military failed to stop Assad’s brutal bombing of civilians in Aleppo, Syria.

Mosul, the largest city in Syria under ISIS control, is expected to be retaken by thousands of U.S. and British troops. However, due to a brokered deal with Saudi Arabia, the western allegiances will only bomb targets agreed with the militants in advance.

According to a Russian source to media news outlets:

“In preparation for the operation in Mosul, US intelligence agencies and Saudi Arabia agreed that before the assault all militants will be offered a safe route to leave the city with their families. And at the time of the assault, coalition aircraft would only strike empty buildings, agreed in advance with the militants. More than 9,000 ISIS fighters will be transferred to the eastern regions of Syria to follow a major offensive operation, which involves the capture of Deir ez-Zur and Palmyra.”

The Russian alliance with Syria has had an expansive history. Syria has hosted Russian bases since the Soviet era, and gives Russia exclusive access to the Mediterranean Sea. Vladimir Putin plans to grant more military assistance to Assad, his long-time ally.

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