Breaking: Captured ISIS Fighters Admit Cooperation Between ISIS and the U.S.

New evidence of cooperation between the U.S. and ISIS terrorists is emerging

This time, Warfare Worldwide organization twitted a video, where an ISIS fighter from Deir Ezzor revealed some shocking details about U.S.-ISIS collusion. According to Mohammed Moussa al-Shawwakh, the U.S. and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) guaranteed to protect them from the SAA and its allies in exchange for them entering gas and oil fields in the region in order to make propaganda videos. Al-Shawwakh said that this kind of cooperation had taken place in the Conoco gas field, allegedly captured by the SDF. The fighter added that according to the agreements, ISIS terrorists were forbidden to attack Kurdish forces in Deir Ezzor.

A day later, Arabitoday posted another video, where an ISIS terrorist confirmed the cooperation between the U.S.-backed Kurdish forces and ISIS. Mohammed Hussein al-Hamad said that similar arrangements were followed by Kurds during the ‘liberation’ of the al-Izba and Jafra oil fields. Besides, al-Hamad said that the SDF forces had often delivered the U.S.-made weapons to ISIS terrorists.

These statements, in turn, explain such an active advance of U.S.-backed formations along the left bank of the Euphrates towards Deir Ezzor. In addition, it becomes clear why all the positions seized by Kurds usually remain untouched after their ‘fierce battles’ against ISIS.

It should be mentioned that three days ago, the mass media reported about evidence of cooperation between the U.S. and ISIS terrorists. Video images showed U.S. Special Forces’ Hummer vehicles north of the town of Deir Ezzor, where ISIS militants are deployed. Despite that the U.S. strongholds being located in the ISIS areas, no screening patrol has been organized against them. It is assumed that in this way the U.S. Armed Forces support the unhindered advancement of the SDF forces through ISIS positions.

According to many Syrian experts, Washington and the U.S.-backed forces deliberately cooperate with ISIS terrorists in order to prevent the SAA’s from establishing full control over oil fields in Deir Ezzor.

However, despite all the U.S. attempts to undermine the government forces, the SAA is confidently continuing to liberate and defend the territories seized by ISIS terrorists, making every effort to stabilize the situation in the country.

Anna Jaunger is a freelance journalist at Inside Syria Media Center where this article was originally published.


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