ISIS moving heavy fighting equipment from Iraq to Syria

Written by | December 3, 2016 | 0
ISIL militants celebrate on vehicles taken from Iraqi security forces on a street in Mosul.

Reports have emerged that ISIS started withdrawing their heavy military equipment from from the towns of al-Qa’im, Rawah and Anah in Iraq’s Anbar province, to the Syrian desert city of Raqqa, which is also the terrorist groups de facto capital.

Much of the equipment is rocket launchers, battle tanks and armored vehicles.

This comes at a time when Mosul in Iraq’s Nineveh province is completely cut off from Syria and the terrorist group being battered by Iraqi forces, including the Kurdish Peshmerga and Shi’ite militias.

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