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WASHINGTON — 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. The Pentagon acknowledged responsibility for the attack on the group, also known as ISIL and ISIS, in […]

military has begun 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.

What Happens After the U.S. Bombs ISIS? ... In Syria, the question is even more vexing. In Iraq, at least, Washington can work with the independence-minded Kurds and unreliable Iraqi soldiers. In Syria, there is no partner on the ground at all. The moderate Syrian rebel group – the Free Syrian Army – that Obama wants to partner with has withered and died. It was starved of weapons and support despite three years of promises from Washington that the aid was coming.

What Happens After the U.S. Bombs ISIS?

Image: A makes a landing approach onboard the aircraft carrier USS George H. Bush in the Gulf

Chicago Tribune - Turkey to allow Iraqi Kurds to supply Kurds in Syria

Chicago Tribune - Turkey to allow Iraqi Kurds to supply Kurds in Syria

Turkey prepares to make a military move into Syria, but NATO needs convincing | Public Radio International

Turkish army tanks take up position on the Turkish-Syrian border near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province September REUTERS/Murad Sezer

Airstrikes In Syria Reportedly Kill At Least 14 ISIS Fighters

Airstrikes In Syria Reportedly Kill At Least 14 ISIS Fighters

A formation of US Navy Super Hornets leaves after receiving fuel from a Stratotanker over northern Iraq, as part of US-led coalition airstrikes on the Islamic State group and other targets in Syria, on Sept. Shawn Nickel/US Air Force)

Syria/Iraq

Obama on ISIS in Syria: 'We don't have a strategy yet'

Iraqi Forces Enter Falluja, Encountering Little Fight From ISIS - The New York Times

Iraqi Forces Enter Falluja, Encountering Little Fight From ISIS

Iraqi Forces Enter Falluja, Encountering Little Fight From ISIS - The New York Times

Obama’s morally confused foreign policy is making the world more dangerous by the day.

The Audacity of Weakness

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Obama pays to train jihadists in Saudi Arabia to rape & murder Christian women & children in Syria under the guise of fighting IS.

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