The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) has reportedly destroyed 3 Turkish tanks that were assisting the rebel forces in northern Aleppo on Thursday afternoon.

ISIS’ media wing “Al-Amaq” made this claim after a fierce exchange with the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Jabhat Al-Shamiya (Levantine Front) near the Turkish border-crossing.

The fighting between the extremist groups has recently intensified after ISIS launched a counter-offensive to seize the imperative border-city of ‘Azaz in northern Aleppo.

The terrorist group’s social media activists posted pictures of their fighters operating anti-tank missiles near Aleppo in order to substantiate their claims.

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Jesus Chavez
Jesus Chavez
2016-04-28 16:50

Silly terrorists biting the handthat feeds them

Dom Fou
Dom Fou
2016-04-29 00:20
Reply to  Jesus Chavez

No surprise with rabid dogs….

Kaliro Lubowa
Kaliro Lubowa
2016-04-28 16:24

Hhmmm! Iwonder y? Arent they their collaborators?!! US is to compaset

Jacob Newton
Jacob Newton
2016-04-28 16:37

how are those tanks there? this makes no sense!

Jonathan Richer
Jonathan Richer
2016-04-28 20:01
Reply to  Jacob Newton

Somone hasn’t been keeping up!

Jacob Newton
Jacob Newton
2016-04-28 22:00
Reply to  Jacob Newton

wrong

Enrico Gori
Enrico Gori
2016-04-28 16:27

Hilarious!

Henrik Hedda Wallin
Henrik Hedda Wallin
2016-04-28 20:01

So Turkey’s proxy army ISIS is reporting that Turkey is blowing up its tank, but Turkey isn’t even in Syria or shouldn’t be. But Erdogan who has smuggled IS-oil and arms really wants to take over the land that IS has conquered for him?

Well, too confusing to me. We should just ask this extremely honest man Erdogan how it all works:

I’m sure he’s just as trustworthy as for example Hillary Clinton. Only some million people are now calling her a liar at least:
http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2016/04/28/seymour-hersh-hillary-approved-sending-libya-sarin-syrian-rebels.html

daeshit sucks
daeshit sucks
2016-04-29 00:13

The video can be seen on another topic. It looks very very staged and it looks that there are 2 and not three armoured vehicles (and not tanks) shot. Funny fact : although under fire, none of thems seems to move or even emit smokes from their diesel motors… There was already a scientific repport with a former UN balistic missiles specialist and a MIT teacher who analysed the remains of what was used in the Goutha sarin attack and the repport said that it could’t have been fired from loyalist area but it came from rebel held area… Some… Read more »