BREAKING: ISIS Launches DEADLY TERROR ATTACK, 100’s MASSACRED… Here’s What We Know

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Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

*BREAKING NEWS!*

Yesterday America’s Freedom Fighters reported that ISIS launched another terror attack and have taken over 300 hostages at a Syrian cement company.

ISIS fighters have reportedly executed 175 of the 300 kidnapped cement workers outside the Syrian capital Damascus, according to the Syrian state’s military, DailyMail reports.

Extremists seized the labourers from an area close to the town of Dumeir, northeast of the capital.

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The hostages were taken near the spot where militants had launched an assault against forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad earlier this week.

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The al-Badia Cement Company reportedly has its headquarters northeast of Damascus, where ISIS had launched a surprise attack on government troops earlier this week.

Syrian officials said the employer lost all contact with the workers and contractors. They said the kidnapping unfolded near the town of Dumeir, some 25 miles outside Syria’s capital.

SANA said ’employees and executives of the Al-Badia cement factory’ were abducted by the jihadists, after local residents reported that at least 250 workers at the plant had been missing since Monday.

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‘We haven’t been able to reach our family members since noon on Monday after an attack by Daesh [Arabic derogatory term for ISIS] on the factory. We have no information about where they are,’ a resident of the town of Dmeir said yesterday.

Mass abductions have taken place on occasion in Syria during the country’s devastating civil war, now in its sixth year, most often of religious minorities such as Christians.

The abduction came as fighting with ISIS militants raged in northern Syria on Thursday. Syrian opposition fighters have advanced on strongholds of the terror group, including the ISIS-held town of al-Rai in northern Aleppo along the border with Turkey.

Unbelievable.

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This is a developing story.

We will keep you up to date as more details come in.

Our prayers go out to these workers and their families.

God Bless.

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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