ISIS SEIZES TOWN NEAR WHERE 320 MARINES ARE STATIONED! (Video)

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Thursday ISIS took over the majority of a western Iraqi town. It’s just a few miles away from a base where 320 Marines are stationed.

Fox News reports:

Reuters, quoting local officials, reported Thursday that ISIS militants had overrun much of the town of al-Baghdadi. One local Iraqi official told Reuters that, “Ninety percent of al-Baghdadi district has fallen under the control of the insurgents.”

“There was no direct attack on the Al Asad air base,” the spokeswoman assured, while acknowledging reports of “ineffective indirect fire in the vicinity of the base.” Reuters had reported that, according to unnamed officials, a group of insurgents did attack the well-fortified base but failed to break in. The Al Asad air base is where 320 U.S. Marines are stationed training Iraqi forces. It is a mere 13-minute drive from al-Baghdadi to the base. “It bears watching,” retired Col. Thomas Lynch, a National Defense University fellow, told Fox News, regarding the reports out of Iraq.

But he stressed that for the fighters to pose a threat to the base, they’d have to get through the perimeter. While “it’s not impossible,” Lynch said, to do it they would have to amass a large number of fighters – which would make them “vulnerable” to airstrikes.

If ISIS could gather enough forces to break the perimeter to have the opportunity to kill Americans, I think they would. Regardless of what people say, they are evil and its definitely not all propaganda. 

Here’s the FOX video! 

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