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US Anti-ISIL Troops Wear Logo Similar to Terrorist Group’s Badge

US troops fighting ISIL in Syria and Iraq will be wearing a logo which has stirred certain confusion. The logo closely resembles the Muslim Brotherhood logo – the infamous crossed-swords emblem.

The new logo of the US troops created confusion as some websites saw the logo as the emblem of ISIL but it was later seen that it actually resembles the Muslim Brotherhood organization. It is seen as another sign of confusion about the counterproductive Obama-led war against the infamous and exploitative jihadist army, the website Zero Hedge wrote.

The logo of the double sword for the US troops known as the Operation Inherent Resolve, which is better known as the fight against ISIL, is seen fitting as “symbolically, the double sword cuts both ways, and plays of opposite goals, and embraces conflict, which creates chaos, and begs for a savior and a solution,” Zero Hedge wrote.

The US hypocrisy is becoming visible as the West builds up and unleashes terrorism upon the Middle East region in order to create chaos and escalate regime change which provides the United States with a pretext for stationing troops there, funding budget and spewing rhetoric across the media.

 

President Bashar al-Assad himself recently called out the United States and other Western allies for actually promoting terrorism – and providing arms, funding, training and soldiers for ISIL and other groups.

The Syrian president said, “But as for Western cooperation with the al-Nusra Front, this is reality, because we know that Turkey supports al-Nusra and ISIS by providing them with arms, money and terrorist volunteers. And it is well-known that Turkey has close relations with the West. Erdogan and Davutoglu cannot make a single move without coordinating first with the United States and other Western countries.”

Assad further said, “Al-Nusra and ISIS operate with such a force in the region under Western cover because Western states have always believed that terrorism is a card they can pull from their pocket and use from time to time. Now, they want to use al-Nusra just against ISIS, maybe because ISIS is out of control one way or another. But that doesn’t mean they want to eradicate ISIS. Had they wanted to do so, they would have been able to do that,” Zero Hedge reported.

In the meantime, Putin came forward and vowed to take on ISIL and defend Assad with its own fighter jets, tanks and military equipment.

“In a taunting and vexing spin on the United States’ own mission in the Middle East, Putin invited the West to join hands and eradicate ISIS once and for all.”

As written by SHTF, “The Kremlin knew the US wanted no such thing until Assad was gone, but by extending the invitation, Putin had literally called Washington’s bluff, forcing The White House to either admit that this isn’t about ISIS at all, or else join Russia in fighting them. The genius of that move is that if Washington does indeed coordinate its efforts to fight ISIS with Moscow, the US will be fighting to stabilize the very regime it sought to oust.”

 

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