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U.S. and Arab allies launch airstrikes against ISIL in Syria
Posted: Tuesday, September 23, 2014

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Iranian president Hassan Rouhani: Airstrikes against ISIS in Syria are 'illegal'
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U.S. and Arab allies launch airstrikes against ISIL in Syria
The U.S. military, along with Arab allies, launched the first airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria late Monday, as the war ordered by President Obama against the militant organization took on an urgent new phase.

Nothing will stop Isis except a Syrian truce
Neither the rebels nor President Assad's army are strong enough to fight on two fronts at once

Syria blasts coalition against Islamic State
Syria's parliament speaker says the U.S. should work with Damascus in assembling a coalition to battle the Islamic State extremist group rather than allying with nations that support terrorism.

John Kerry's Rhetoric On Isis Insults Our Intelligence
Anyone who has studied Syria knows the moderate opposition doesn't exist

Hezbollah Drones Target Al-Nusra Front's Positions at Syrian Border

Islamic State urges attacks on U.S., French citizens, taunts Obama

Obama Administration Is Paying Monthly Salaries to "THOUSANDS" of Syrian Rebels
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Syria is sticking point between Russia and U.S. on defeating Islamic State
As the United States worked to build an international coalition for expanded strikes against the Islamic State, Russia has taken the opportunity to say "we told you so" and hedged broader support until the Syrian government gets a larger role.

Minds focused by IS, Saudis and Iranians think about making up

Iraqi soldiers describe heavy losses as Islamic State overruns camp

Iraqi fighters say 'no thanks' to U.S. air strikes
Iraqi Shi'ite fighters say they do not need outside help as they push to reclaim the area of Jarf Al Sakher from Islamic State militants. Vanessa Johnston reports.

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Another western war won't end terror in Iraq or Syria. It will only spread it
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General 'Breedhate' in Another Sabotage Sortie
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US endorses Israel as 'major strategic partner'
Senate unanimously passes bill granting Israel a series of economic, security benefits

Israeli probes into possible Gaza war crimes draw criticism
Facing a United Nations investigation for possible war crimes committed during its recent military campaign in the Gaza Strip, Israel has launched probes of its own into suspected violations, hoping to ward off prosecution in international tribunals.

Israeli minister: Exports to Russia will continue, regardless of sanctions

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