ISIS

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Ryan
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ISIS

Post by Ryan » Mon May 25, 2015 12:14 am

This topic is made to analyze ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

http://www.mediafire.com/watch/baqzqdbgb3p69cm/

The use of explosives to "break-in" buildings is commonly seen. No entry until explosives are used and suppressive fire is sustained.
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Re: ISIS

Post by Breacher01 » Tue Aug 16, 2016 6:19 pm

ISIS/Islamic state/ISAL/The Kalifate have a good presence on the internet, and seem to be trained well, but what i hear from different media and people with boots on the ground there they seem like a very untrained bunch of rebels, with people with formal military training, but also the worst people you can imagine giving a firearm to.

Almost every terrorist attack outside of their little desert seems to be executed by domestic lone-wolf type terrorists who actually became extremist from behind a screen.

Its a good thing most countries contribute in some way way to deal with IS, there seems to be a consensus that IS needs to be dealt with, if somewhat careful, to prevent unnecessary damage and harm done in other countries, by extremists or the resulting refugee crisis to name a few dangers.

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