Dutch strike ISIL in Iraq--Hezbollah repels ISIL in NE Syria
Earnest October 7, 2014
Newscast Media DAMASCUS—Calmness has prevailed on the Eastern mountain range at Ain al-Saa, Lebanon’s northeastern border with Syria,
as Hezbollah frustrated the vast Nusra attack against the strategic area.
showed the blood spots of al-Nusra terrorists who left their equipments
and escaped the encounter towards Assal al-Ward barrens in Syria.
was no match for Hezbollah, which is considered the world's most sophisticated
and lethal guerilla organization.
Dutch F-16s Tuesday carried out their first strikes on ISIL in Iraq, the defense ministry said, with militants possibly killed.
Dutch F-16s this morning used weapons for the first time in Iraq
against the ISIL terrorist group. They dropped three bombs on armed ISIS
vehicles that were shooting at (Kurdish) Peshmerga fighters in the
north of the country," the statement said.
"Vehicles were destroyed in the attack and ISIL fighters possibly killed," it added.
The F-16s are being deployed as close air support, backing Iraqi and Kurdish ground troops fighting ISIS militants. Add