ISIS melts into the Syrian desert to regroup (By Daily Mail)

1. ISIS leaders appear to have made contingency plans that involve precisely this – regrouping in the desert and launching attacks, much like IS’ predecessor, al-Qaida in Iraq, did for more than a decade after the U. S. -led 2003 invasion.

2. ISIS leaders appear to have made contingency plans that involve precisely this – regrouping in the desert and launching attacks, much like IS’ predecessor, al-Qaida in Iraq, did for more than a decade after the U. S. -led 2003 invasion.

3. Beyond the urban and inhabited areas lies the vast Syrian Desert, also known as Badiyat al-Sham, famous for its caves and rugged mountains (2016 file photo released by Iraq’s Counterterrorism Service shows an Islamic State militant convoy destroyed by airstrikes near Fallujah, Iraq).

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