When John McCain met ISIS !!!

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    ISIS post PR Photos they took with John McCain

    Remember when Senator John McCain went to Syria and met with factions of rebels fighting the Assad regime?

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    As it turns out, the group that he was meeting with was a particular subset of rebels in Syria, who we now know as ISIS.

    That’s right, the very same terrorist group ISIS which is carrying out ruthless acts of terror and crime in Iraq as we speak, was who McCain was meeting with in Syria.

    When the Arizona senator got back from his trip to Syria, he said…

    “It was a very moving experience to meet these fighters who have been struggling now for over two years,” McCain said on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360”.

    “And they’re very aware of the battlefield situation” the Arizona senator continued, “and they’re very disturbed about the dramatic influx of Hezbollah fighters, more Iranians, and of course, stepped-up activities of Bashar Assad.”

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    In the images ISIS released recently of their members posing with McCain, the man closest to John McCain is none other than General Salim Idris, who was then the head of the Free Syria “moderates”.

    What happened to him?

    Idris was booted out for being to moderate. This is the group that McCain was supporting. Yes, the same senator who joyously sang “Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Bomb-Bomb Iran” to the tune of an old Beach Boy’s song. Looks like he and ISIS have the same sense of humor.

    ISIS Post PR Photos They Took With John McCain
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    I think that answers the question who armed them to the teeth-
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    it is well known fact that USA armed ISIS
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    None of them are ISIS.
    Proof? How exactly did they arm them?
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    the way they armed Al Muajhideen later known as Talibans when they were Good-
    or the way they armed Jabhat Al Nusra and other factions fighting against Al Assad-
    can you get proofs of such?- why asking stupid questions-
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    ISIS my as. :laugh::jester::crazy_pilot:

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    Stupidity has no boundaries-
    John McCain hits back at criticism that he posed with rebel kidnappers while visiting Syria | Mail Online
    John McCain's allies in Syria | MSNBC
    McCain visit, end of arms embargo signal that West won't let Syrian rebels sink - CSMonitor.com

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    The Lebanese press isn't a credible source to begin with and those here aren't the ISIS but the FSA Brigadier General Salim Idris and his media reporters. Mohammed Nour has been kidnaped by the ISIS and some sources say that he was martyred.
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    Some retards logic is Bearded Men in ME = ISIS. :disagree:
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    Exactly. I don't understand why people who are not from the Arab world, who do not speak Arabic at least don't make a little bit of research before they make empty claims. Every non-Arab or person unfamiliar with the Arab world/ME could easily have googled that photo and found plenty of sources in English that clearly state who those people are.

    Yet idiotic claims of ISIS are put forward. ISIS would not have met with any American officials and the women would clearly not have looked like this.

    @JonAsad

    You can do much better than this mate. I did not expect this.
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    Thanks in advance for making my point. The US never armed or recognized the Taliban....who did not exist when we were supporting locals against the soviets. I know the dull, mal-nourished minds of the region have a hard time grasping such high-falutin concepts of multiple factions....I blame an education system that passes religion off as science etc. There are several factions fighting Assad....we support the "moderates"...not ISIS. (as an aside....I personally think we shouldn't support any of them....just keep enough low-tech arms flowing to allow all branches of idiocy to kill each other....keeps them busy and happy)
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    Same problem in Turkey too.

    Erdogan's son and one of his minister taken a photo with bearded men. Then they have been accused for meeting with ISIS commanders.

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    People just can't grasp this.... :)
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    @Sinan
    Either they are deliberately trolling by seeking a certain agenda or they are just ignorant. If it is the latter then they are excused but despite that then the internet has been invented so research is open for all.

    This is annoying as this drags the quality down and makes any interesting discussion impossible. It happens all the time here (ME and Africa section).

    Especially a certain numerous nationality on PDF who not even from the ancient ME at all are very good at doing it.
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    Exactly, ignorant people who live on the other side of the planet, read an article or two. Then they come and act like a think-tank expert on ME issues. :disagree:
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    Since capturing Iraq's second city of Mosul on 10 June, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isis) has marched south towards Baghdad, seizing a number of towns, military bases, and resource-rich assets on the way. But what is the group's long-term game plan?

    It is the wealthiest militant organisation in the world; it controls large swathes of territory - stretching from al-Bab in eastern Aleppo province in Syria to as far as Suleiman Bek 415 miles (670km) away in Iraq's Salahuddin province - and it explicitly wants to establish an Islamic state.

    In the immediate term, Isis will seek to sustain momentum in Iraq through further acquisitions of territory and finance-earning assets.

    But crucially, Isis is not the only actor involved in fighting against the Iraqi government. Despite a few isolated clashes, a "coalition of convenience" - broadly encompassing Islamists, Sufis, Baathists, and tribes - has come to existentially undermine the legitimacy of Prime Minister Nouri Maliki.

    How long this loose coalition holds will determine the nature of Isis' role in what has effectively become a Sunni uprising in Iraq.


    BBC News - Isis: What will militant group do next?
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