US sends extra intelligence analysts to Iraq for ISIL data in Mosul

The US military is sending dozens of additional intelligence analysts to Iraq to sort out a trove of information expected to be recovered from Daesh (ISIL) terrorists in the ongoing Mosul offensive.

Among immediate priorities of the US analysts will be to “pass along insights useful to American officials planning an attack on Raqqah,” the de facto capital of the foreign-backed terrorists in eastern Syria, and “search for any information about terrorist cells in Europe and any attacks they may be plotting,” The New York Times reported Saturday, suggesting American military intervention in both Arab countries.

This is while there are clear evidence that Daesh militants have been financed and supplied by major US allies in the region, including Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Jordan.

According to the report, commander of US ground forces in Iraq Major General Gary J. Volesky has referred to Mosul as ISIL’s Iraqi “crown…

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