BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:40 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS) carried out several drone strikes against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) on Tuesday and Wednesday, hitting their positions in the eastern Qalamoun Mountains and Syrian Desert.

The terrorist group’s official media wing, Al-‘Amaq, released images before the attack and then the aftermath of the strike in west Palmyra.

As the two images show above, the drone strikes can be successful for the terrorist group; especially in desert areas.

This is not the first time that ISIS has used these types of drones; in fact, in the Deir Ezzor Governorate, the terrorist group often uses an unmanned aircraft to carry out attacks against the Syrian Arab Army in the densely populated neighborhoods of the provincial capital.

 

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haider
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ho gave them drone, let me guess, america, israel thru saudi arabia qatar and turkey

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Can be bought on the free market in Turkey.

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Who is splying drones to ISIS terrorists? USA and its allies Qatar, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, al-CIA, obviously.

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No the tech for low grade drones is on the free over the counter market.