ISIS butcher hundreds of rival militans in Syria to reassert power
According to reports, the terrorists captured at least 150 fighters from Al Qaeda and a group aligned with the Free Syrian Army in the Idlib and Hama provinces.
Abdul Hakim al-Rahmon, a Jaish al-Nasr commander from the group aligned with the FSA, said 160 of the opposition fighters killed were affiliated with the FSA and 43 were from Al Qaeda.
After the militants were captured by ISIS fighters, they were imprisoned for six days.
Al-Rahmon reportedly said, the jihadi militants suddenly decided to “liquidate” all the prisoners “at the same time” on their sixth day of imprisonment.
A separate war-monitoring service reported that 150 fighters had been slaughtered during the mass execution.
This news comes days after British air forces annihilated a jihadi headquarters in Iraq.
The ministry defence said a flight of RAF Typhoons dropped a pair of smart bombs onto the building.
Sir Michael Fallon hailed the mission, and said: “Daesh is losing ground, fighters and funding. Now we need to keep up the pressure on Mosul and Raqqa to deal Daesh a decisive blow.”
Mattis reportedly received 30 days to come up with a new aggressive plan against ISIS
In order to quicken the battle against ISIS, James Mattis is reportedly considering deploying US troops within Mosul to battle ISIS.
The anonymous official told CNN: “It's possible that you may see conventional forces hit the ground in Syria for some period of time.”
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