BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:20 P.M.) – The US forces allegedly opened a passageway at the Syria-Iraq border to ease the transfer of Daesh terrorists from Syria into the depth of Iraq, an Iraqi Member of Parliament disclosed on Saturday.
The Arabic-language al-Ma’aloumah news website quoted Ali Qavi, an Iraqi parliamentarian, as disclosing that the US-led coalition forces have opened a safe passageway to move the Daesh terrorists from Syria to the depth of Iraq.
Qavi further told the news website that the Iraqi Parliament intends to give a serious review of a strategic agreement with Washington that has thus far not brought about any military or security results for Baghdad.
The website went on to say that the agreement will be called off once Iraq’s new cabinet of ministers is completely formed.
It said that the Iraqi forces and popular forces of Hashd al-Shaabi are capable of guarding the borders without the partnership of the US-led coalition forces.
The Arabic-language al-Ma’aloumeh news website quoted Hashem al-Moussavi as saying on Tuesday that a number of Daesh’s leadership were sheltered at Iraq’s border with Syria.
He added that Syria’s al-Tanf base was the main stronghold for Daesh; it also is home to their primary supply lie, the Iraqi daily said.

Al-Moussavi said that the Iraqi security forces and Hashd al-Shaabi are presently trying to clear the Wadi Houran region in al-Anbar (at the borders between Iraq and Syria) from terrorists.

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Karel Vd Geest

An old rumor of two weeks ago. It was’ t true then it, likely, isn true now.

One can see the truth , or not, in the fact fighting is still going on. Were it true, then most of the resistance would be gone and it isn’t.

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Chauhan Chauhan

iraq should close the border with Altanaf and whould not allow any passage for US led coalation or US troops itself . US is making base for ISIL and alqaeda in Altanf and using excuse to stay and create rift between Syria and Iraq.

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And some of those ISIS member, especially the leaders, will be transported to Afghanistan to annoy the Taliban (as well as the unfortunate Afghan Government). Follow the military bases. Oh, most of the route to Afghanistan from Syria is lined with American ones.

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Nestor Arapa

EE.UU. necesita de ISIS para mantener la presencia en medio oriente.

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johnny was

the only reason daesh is in syria is because assad emptied his jails of jihadists and opened a pipeline for foreign jihadists into iraq but they returned to kick his a**e. the arab army ran away, just like in iraq. the kurds stood and fought, like their women are doing now in daesh’s soon to be extinct ‘caliphate’

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Gee… I wonder why the “Coalition” can’t find any of the ISIS leadership anywhere… and why they can’t beat ISIS in the smaller East occupied areas despite Syria/Russia/Iran/Hezbollah cleaning the scum up all over the place… also how they always have clean uniforms… new trucks… NATO/Izzy weapons… well-fed… paid… targeting information… almost makes you think that the US IMPERIALISTS ARE RUNNING THESE MERCENARIES THEMSELVES! But “Douchebag Sux” thinks it’s all Iran of course… Bravo to Iraq for waking up to this reality. Russia and Iran are REAL military allies who will actually kill or expel these scum, rather than give… Read more »

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The biggest evil in the world has always been US/Israeli foreign policy in the middle east. Why do you think Hitler tried to rid this cancer? Think about it….