“ISIS Members Fleeing Raqqa ‘Emaciated, Malnourished and High on Drugs,’ U.S. Coalition Says” -Newsweek

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” Ryan Dillon said in recent days new reports have surfaced of ISIS militants in terrible condition as they emerge from the city that a Kurdish-Arab coalition has held under siege, for two months. Speaking about the poor condition of the jihadist group’s fighters in a Baghdad phone briefing with reporters, Col. Dillon said “the fact that they’re using some sort of drugs to keep them alert, and to keep them going is some telling signs of their desperation.” Smoke billows in Raqqa’s western al-Darya neighbourhood, on August 14, 2017, as the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a U.S. Delil Souleiman/AFP/Getty He went on to discuss the subject of their malnourishment: “As water turns off, as the ability, for food to, you know, enter and out of these cities—it makes it very, very difficult to sustain oneself.” The spokesman said that the numbers of U.S. ISIS fighters have slowed the offensive with sniper fire, booby traps and fatal suicide car bombs. Fighters, for the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) fleeing their eastern Syrian stronghold of Raqqa are “emaciated,” “malnourished”, and plied high on drugs, according to the U.S.-led coalition….Read The Full Article Here

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