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Aldin 🇧🇦
Ahrar Al-Sham, Tahrir Al-Sham () and private Telegram channels praising attack tonight.
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Jason Jones Apr 6
Because that base was used to launch airstrikes against them.
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Interested Observer Apr 6
Lol, there in the on deck circle...
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Lew Ashby Apr 6
Replying to @CT_operative
For those who don't get it, any foreign strike in Arab lands, despite the cause, is an opportunity for jihad recruitment, simply.
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Kevin Apr 6
Not exactly, Al Qaeda and ISIS are fighting against the Syrian government, which the US just bombed.
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Lew Ashby Apr 6
Yes, but the US is still fighting IS as well so that's moot anyway. Its about recruitment and radicalisation, (in open border EU).
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Ludwig Lurantis Apr 6
Replying to @Nudhul @CT_operative
those too prolly
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Michael Graham Apr 7
Replying to @CT_operative
Everywhere in the West, democracy offers us a choice of evil. WW3 beckons. It will be our fault if it comes. We vote for the bad guys.
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Werner aus Wuppertal Apr 7
No, they don't fight the IS. That's the problem.
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Lew Ashby Apr 7
They've been fighting since 2014, check Wiki or here's a random link:
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Werner aus Wuppertal Apr 7
If they had been fighting them there would be no IS anylonger. US supports(!) IS for short-sighted strategic reasons.
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Lew Ashby Apr 7
That's exactly my point, this attack is going to be used for pro-jihad propaganda.
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Kevin Apr 7
That doesn't make any sense though. The US attacked the jihadist's enemies.
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Lew Ashby Apr 7
Since when did blowing up oneself make sense? Religious extremists turn to self-determination as a recruitment tool, so this is a win-win.
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Lew Ashby Apr 7
I'm a Kenyan Muslim and I've personally witnessed the power of using Nationalism to get Muslims to go fight WITH IS. It is what it is.
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Kevin Apr 7
Okay, but ISIS wasn't even attacked. Their enemy was.
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Kevin Apr 7
This strike DIRECTLY helps ISIS. Their enemy was attacked and weakened, which allows them to have a better chance of winning the war
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