On Sunday, February 4, 2018, Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami stated that the U.S. is transferring ISIS to Afghanistan to justify its presence in the Central Asian region. Brigadier General Amir Hatami emphasized that U.S. had created ISIS to dominate Syria and Iraq, but after the ISIS defeat in those two countries, the United States tried to transfer the group to Afghanistan in order to justify their continuing presence in this country. […]
Despite major defeats in Syria and Iraq, ISIS still remains the greatest threat to security and stability in the world. The terrorists have switched recently to single hostile activities and heinous acts of terror in the EU and throughout Asia.
Social media became quite a good platform for ISIS recruiters to disseminate and spread information on the guidelines for ‘lone wolves’. Brainwashers urge them to organize and commit terrorist attacks in cities, social gathering places during public events and Christian holidays. […]
According to Washington Post, the U.S. hopes to prolong its military presence in Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) areas in the north of Syria. Current United States Secretary of Defense, serving in the Cabinet of Donald Trump, James Norman Mattis proved this fact saying ‘We’re not just going to walk away right now.’ […]
On the Day Russia Releases Evidence Implicating US in ISIS Trade, We Have an “ISIS” Attack in San Bernadino
The evidence presented essentially proved collusion between our government and Turkey's in the transport of stolen oil which was the lifeblood of ISIS. Nor can we say there is no evidence of collusion, as we know John McCain had personal contacts with ISIS leaders he had set up to help topple Syrian President Assad. That should put things in perspective: the San Bernadino shooters had no known personal contact with ISIS leaders, but Sen. John McCain did. Another thing to note is that another major and ancient religion having nothing to do with Islam or Judaism or Christianity may have played a significant role. […]