ISIS Loses Oil Production

In the aftermath of last month’s U.S. air strikes that damaged the Islamic State’s (ISIS) captured oil field operations in Syria and Iraq, news outlets have reported that the attacks disrupted the group's ability to make gasoline and diesel to power its military operations. More importantly, the damage to the field took away oil production it was using to fund its bloody takeover of portions of Syria and Iraq, a lengthy killing spree in which the group has publicized beheadings of men, women and children in its path...


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