Further evidences surface of US supporting ISIS in Syria and Iraq

Further evidences surface of US supporting ISIS in Syria and Iraq

BAGHDAD - Evidence continues to emerge that the US military forces in Syria and Iraq are cooperating with the Daesh terrorist group, Iranian political analyst Seyyed Hadi Afghahi told Sputnik. According to Iranian, Syrian and Russian military officials, the US support to terrorists undermine the efforts to end the war in Syria and Iraq.

There is a high probability that the US military forces are cooperating with  Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) on  the ground in   Syria and Iraq, former Iranian diplomat and political analyst Seyyed Hadi Afghahi told Sputnik.

"The documents and videos available on  the Internet, as  well as  the actions of  American helicopters aimed at  evacuating injured [terrorists] and the relocation of  Daesh commanders, prove [this collaboration]," Afghahi told  Sputnik Persian. "The US has even gone further and instructs other countries how to  act in  order not to  harm Daesh: Otherwise, they themselves may become the target of  American aircraft."

In mid-September, Commander of  the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh reported that having infiltrated American military command and control centers  the IRGC obtained evidence of the US support for Daesh terrorist group: "We have documents showing the behavior of  the Americans in  Iraq and Syria; we know what the Americans did there; what they neglected and how they supported Daesh."

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On Wednesday, a commander of  the IRGC's Ground Force, Brigadier General Abdullah Araqi, told journalists that "the US had provided logistic support to  Daesh in  the Syrian province of  Dayr al-Zawr as  well as  in the Iraqi provinces of  Diyala, Nineveh and Salahuddin," as  Press TV  reported.

"There is undeniable evidence of  support for  terrorist organizations on  the part of  Western and some Arab states," Afghahi emphasized.

The analyst said that many times when Daesh militants were encircled unmarked US-made aircraft dropped weapons, medicines and food for  the terrorists, while Israeli ambulances evacuated injured Daesh fighters from   Syria and drove them to  hospitals.

Second, new information revealing Gulf nations' potential collusion with  Daesh has emerged amid  the current political standoff between  Qatar and Saudi Arabia, he noted, adding that both countries are now busy publishing compromising documents which shed light on  collusion with  terrorists on  the part of  different countries and entities.

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"For example, Al Jazeera's channel published an interview with  a commander of  Kurdish paramilitary groups (Peshmerga), who, when asked why they did not shell at  Daesh caravans, responded that if they tried to  do this, the Americans would have destroyed them," Afghahi remarked.

Third, in  recent weeks the Americans conducted several operations to  support Daesh in  the Syrian regions of  Al Badia, al-Sham and Deir ez-Zor, the political analyst continued, stressing that US and Israeli aircraft had repeatedly hit positions of  the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Hezbollah there.

A fourth argument cited by  the Iranian analyst is the location of  Daesh commanders during  the battle for  Tal-Afar, a city in  the Nineveh Governorate of  northwestern Iraq. Referring to  reports by  Arab politicians and military commanders, Afghahi said that US choppers had transferred Daesh high-ranking fighters from  Tal-Afar to  Iraqi Kurdistan. The analyst dropped the hint that the Iraqi Kurdish government headed by  Masoud Barzani and the US could have assisted the retreating extremists.

"All these documents and facts indicate that Western intelligence agencies, including the CIA [Central Intelligence Agency] have been covertly facilitating Daesh [actions]," Afghahi believes.