New success of russian operation in Syria: russian airstrike killed a second ISIS leader


The killing of a top figure in the terrorist group Islamic State, Abu Muhammed al-Adnani, was the result of an airstrike conducted by a Russian Su-34 bomber, Russia’s Defense Ministry said Wednesday. The death of al-Adnani, Islamic State’s spokesman and its leader in Syria, in a bombing in the Syrian province of Aleppo was earlier confirmed by the terrorist organization itself. In an airstrike conducted in the area of Maaratat…


Damascus calls turkish operation against ISIS in Syria “theatrical performance”


On August 24, Ankara announced that Turkish forces, backed by US-led coalition aircraft, had begun a military operation dubbed Euphrates Shield to clear Jarabulus of militants from the Daesh, outlawed in Russia and many other countries. Syrian Kurds and Damascus accused Ankara of violating the territorial integrity of the Arab republic. “The drama played by the Turkish regime through entering Jarabulus city, where it didn’t shoot fire a single bullet at ISIS, rather it let ISIS join the Turkish army…


Over 1,800 people evacuated from syrian Darayya in past 48 hours


Over 1,800 people have been evacuated from the besieged Damascus suburb of Darayya over the past 48 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Sunday. “Within the last 2 days, over 1,800 people have been evacuated from the Darayya inhabited area (Damascus province) – those are civilians, militants who laid down their arms and members of their families,” the ministry said in a daily bulletin posted on its website. According to the ministry, they have been transported by buses to the city of Idlib and…


Russia becomes increasingly irreplaceable in resolving syrian conflict


Russia is becoming increasingly irreplaceable in the Syrian crisis settlement, as it is “the master of the situation” in the Arabic country. According to the french newspaper Le Monde, citing sources, Russia’s influence on the situation is so great that, although Moscow expressed “deep concern” over the Turkish intervention in the conflict, it could not have happened without at least the tacit consent of the Kremlin, especially since the Russian…


Harrowing photos of children injured in Syrian war


Distressing images from Syrian city Douma show children receiving treatment following an airstrike The deadly attack comes just six days after a picture of five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, who was seen dazed and soaked in his own blood in an ambulance after his home in Aleppo was destroyed, shook the world.


Uninterrupted cycle of violence: Iraq executes 36 militants


Amnesty International called on Iraq to introduce a moratorium on the death penalty immediately and remove capital punishment from the country’s legislation. A human rights group said in a statement, that the execution of 36 individuals found guilty of taking part in the massacre of over a thousand of soldiers in 2014 would just perpetuate the vicious cycle of violence in the country. Earlier, Iraqi Justice Minister Haidar Zamili said that the…


SHOCK: ISIS executes six people by boiling them in vats of tar


Six people have been put to death by Isis – by being immersed in boiling vats of tar, it’s been reported. The gruesome act was carried out in public at an Isis command centre in al-Shora in Iraq, ‘with the aim of inciting fear among the citizens’. These men, from Mosul, were accused by Isis of being spies for the Iraqi government.  


BREACKING:ISIS recruitment forms reveal 70% of members have hardly any knowledge of Islam


Leaked ISIS documents have shown that 70 per cent of recruits have hardly any knowledge of Islam and that some even had to read ‘The Koran for Dummies’ to learn about the religion. An analysis of recruitment forms from the terror group has revealed that many of is militants do not even have a basic knowledge of the Koran or hadith – the sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad….


ISIS victims burn their hated niqabs on the street and joyfully reveal their faces in public


Syrians have been pictured celebrating after they were liberated from ISIS rule in a northern stronghold in the country. A woman was seen smiling in Manbij as she burned a niqab she was forced to wear by the Islamic State regime while another man could not stop beaming as he had his beard cut. The outpour of emotion came after the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an Arab-Kurdish force backed by…


Caught red-handed: ISIS beasts try to flee battlefield in Syria dressed as women (VIDEO)


A group of ISIS fighters were caught red-handed trying to escape from a fierce battle – dressed as women. The terrorists, all wearing full black veils, were captured as they attempted to run from the besieged town of Manbij in northern Syria. But members of the Syrian Democratic Forces, which is trying to liberate the town from ISIS, saw through the disguise and arrested them.