Saturday, March 7, 2015

What?!?!- A Member of US-led anti-Isis coalition killed in Kurdish friendly fire incident

A Kurdish flag flies next to peshmerga fighters on the outskirts of Mosul in January. Kurdish fighters were involved in a friendly fire incident with US-led coalition forces on Friday
Guardian

What happened here?  Were the Kurds in their ISIS role at the time of the shooting? Did these 4 get into some kind of gun fight with one another? Can any readers make sense of this incident?  The
The news sure lacks detail.

One member of the US-led coalition fighting Islamic State (Isis) militants in Syria and Iraq was killed and three were wounded in a friendly fire incident with Kurdish forces in northern Iraq, the US military said on Saturday.
This incident took place right in Kurdish territory.

It said in a statement that the incident happened on Friday while the four were conducting an “advise and assist” mission. All four were transported to a medical facility, where one died of wounds.

The statement added the incident was under investigation and gave no information about the nationalities of the casualties.

Seriously, DON'T MISS the previous post-  Lots to consider!

Iran-backed advance in southern Syria rattles Israel- Interesting.

5 comments:

  1. Hollywood goes live with general jack d Ripper, the Bride of Frankenstein and President Merkin Muffley..weak europe seriously worried
    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/germany-concerned-about-aggressive-nato-stance-on-ukraine-a-1022193.html#spRedirectedFrom=www&referrrer=http://t.co/nJpnvdKGg6

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  2. now id call this dictatorial:
    'The European Union has ruled that tour operators will no longer be permitted to offer tourism services in Crimea or Sevastopol. '

    http://sputniknews.com/art_living/20150305/1019087739.html
    people should do what Vicki Nuland did and say Fuk the EU and just go

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  3. Lol here. I think there are plenty of Europeons who constantly say what she did but for different reasons. I would love to go. I am sure Crimea and Sevastopol are well able to provide any tourism services I might need.

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  4. thanks brian, anonymous

    as for Crimea and Sevastopol being able to provide tourism serviced?
    I am sure they could

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