BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:30 A.M.) – The ISIS terrorist group has, most recently, released a second 1-minute long video of their engagements against the US-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the Battle for Raqqah.

The video shows, moreover from just standard firefights with light weapons, the presence of US Apache gunships in the skies over Raqqah as well as the most typical jihadist defensive tactic, learned in contemporary times, of using a fixed-place heavy machine gun from within a room to unleash off volleys of suppressing fire at long-range with minimum visual exposure.

In addition to this most recently published video shown above, ISIS also released, several days ago, footage of one of its anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) teams operating in Raqqah carrying out a strike on resting SDF militiamen, possibly killing up to three (or more) fighters.

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