DAMASCUS, SYRIA (11:00 P.M.) – This weekend, a lone pickup truck carrying fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) was ambushed in the vast desert of Anbar province.

Subsequently, ISIS militants chopped off the heads of all three detained PMU troops. The ambush reportedly took place in the Said area of western Iraq near the border with Syria.

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Anbar province remains an ISIS hotbed and the most dangerous place to be stationed in all of Iraq due to multiple raids, assassinations and ambushes occurring every single day.

Despite suffering devastating defeats at Mosul and Tal Afar not long ago, the Islamic State is still entrenched along a string of towns anchored on the Euphrates River, most notably around the long-standing jihadist stronghold of Al-Qaim.

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My sympathies for the Iraqi soldiers.
The lesson from this is that the next time you may be ambushed, assume the worse and try and take a few of the head choppers with you.

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Oh this is like the nazi’s executing anyone opposing them while the red army is inside the gates of Berlin.

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Cuz of the puppet Abadi and his masters ” U.S “we are losing men everyday he’s not allowing PMU to secure the border no air support giving to them couple days ago isis attacked with several VBIEDS PMU requested air support request was denied …U.S and Abadi playing a dirty game to weaken Shia rivals “PMU” let them fight and die without any kind of support this happened in Beiji Kurmat Alfallujah and now on Syrian border.

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