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Obama rejects King of Jordan’s pleas for drones to use against (ISIS)

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Re: Obama rejects King of Jordan’s pleas for drones to use against (ISIS)

Post  Admin on Mon 09 Feb 2015, 10:30 pm

Jordan has stepped up retaliatory attacks against ISIS as the US-led coalition prepares for a major ground assault.
Iraqi soldiers on patrol. (Photo: defense.gov)
Retired US Marine General John Allen, special presidential envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter the Islamic State (ISIS) terror organization, has confirmed that the coalition forces are preparing a ground assault against ISIS in “the coming weeks.”
“When the Iraqi forces begin the ground campaign to take back Iraq, the coalition will provide major firepower associated with that,” he told Petra, Jordan’s official news agency, stressing that the Iraqis would lead the offensive. Allen talked about 12 divisions numbering thousands of soldiers who would enter the fray.
Speaking to ABC News on Monday, Allen warned of ISIS’ capabilities. ISIS is “better organized [than al-Qaeda]. It’s command and control is better.”
He said that ISIS’ decision to murder Jordanian pilot Lt. Moaz al-Kasaesbeh by burning him alive has backfired, making the coalition more determined than ever to destroy the terror group.
Asked whether ISIS was a threat to the US home front, Allen said, “We should take it very seriously.”
Jordan Determined to Destroy ISIS
ISIS Dabiq
ISIS terrorists. (Photo: Dabiq)

In the meantime, Jordan is continuing to pound ISIS targets from the air.
Jordanian Air Force Chief Major General Mansour al-Jobour said on Sunday that the kingdom had launched 56 air raids since its initial retaliatory attack on Thursday.
“On the first day of the campaign to avenge our airman Moaz al-Kasaesbeh, 19 targets were destroyed, including training camps and equipment,” Jobour said, according to AFP.
He listed dozens of destroyed targets, including barracks, training camps, ammunition and fuel depots, and residential centers that were hit by the Jordanian strikes.
“So far, the campaign has destroyed 20 percent of the fighting capabilities of Daesh [ISIS in Arabic],” Jobour boasted, adding that more than 7,000 ISIS terrorists have been killed since Jordan began participating in coalition air strikes. “We are determined to wipe them off the face of the Earth,” he declared.
Eyewitnesses in Syria report that coalition forces have dropped leaflets over the city of al-Raqqa, ISIS’ capital, calling on all residents to leave in anticipation of further coalition airstrikes.
The Jordanians are reportedly preparing to launch a ground incursion as well.
ISIS reacted to the reports with rage, threatening that the continued attacks and a ground operation would cause an “earthquake and horrific scenes that the world has yet to experience.” ISIS threatened to execute hundreds of captured Iraqis and Syrians and to carry out terror attacks throughout the Arab and Western world.
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Obama rejects King of Jordan’s pleas for drones to use against (ISIS)

Post  Admin on Mon 09 Feb 2015, 7:15 pm

Obama rejects King of Jordan’s pleas for predator drones to use against the Islamic State (ISIS)
The Obama Regime turned down a request from Jordan for Predator spy drones that would help it locate targets in the war against the Islamic State.

Washington Times  The refusal, disclosed by a House Armed Services Committee member, has gained attention since Jordan has emerged as a critical player in a U.S.-led coalition to destroy the Islamist terrorist group in the days after it released a video of its execution by fire of a captured Jordanian military pilot.
Jordan retaliated Thursday with F-16 airstrikes on the Syrian town of Raqqa and is vowing a relentless war against the Islamic State, also known as ISIL and ISIS. Members of Congress are calling on the White House to approve a list of weapons for King Abdullah II, a strong U.S. ally.
Rep. Duncan Hunter, California Republican, sent a letter Thursday asking President Obama to approve the transfer of the Predator’s unarmed export version for surveillance missions.

“Don’t worry, King, we’ve got your back. How many do you need?”
“The decision to deny the license request should be reversed immediately,” Mr. Hunter wrote. “Doing so will provide Jordan critical mission capability in the fight against the Islamic State and ensure Jordan is given every advantage.
“Jordan has made requests for specific resources, including ammunition,” Mr. Hunter said. “Given our mutual interests, and our strong relationship, it’s absolutely critical that we provide Jordan the support needed to defeat the Islamic State.”

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