The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is believed to have issued the stunning message “God is great” in December 2014.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has long claimed to be the source of this message.
However, Iran and Russia, the two countries that produced the most ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq, have denied the claims.
A message released in June by the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on its Facebook page said, “The Islamic State has proclaimed itself as God and declared its victory against the apostates.
They have declared victory against Islam.”
In October, ISIS claimed to have captured the town of Tal Abyad from the SDF, although the town is in northern Syria.
However the SAA had reportedly captured the nearby town of Ras al-Ain in August and the SPA in August.
In November, the SDP captured the village of al-Hashid, which ISIS had recently captured from the Syrian Democratic Council, an offshoot of the SBA.
The SDF captured the same village in August, and a Syrian Democratic Alliance official claimed to know the whereabouts of the ISIS commander, Abu al-Muhsin al-Jabal, who was killed in a US airstrike in February.
The coalition has also reportedly carried out air strikes against ISIS-held positions in Deir Ezzor.
The White House has repeatedly condemned ISIS for its atrocities against the Yazidis and other minorities.
ISIS released a video in August showing a Yazidi child kneeling in front of a crucified body in the desert.
The video showed the boy’s parents holding a severed head, and the captor of the video called the video “the most evil of all.”
A number of other recent videos have shown the Yazidi people crucified alive.
In October the U .
S. military said it was investigating whether ISIS fighters captured a Yazidis woman in the Sinjar area of northern Iraq, and released footage of the woman being dragged behind a vehicle.
In December, the U,S.
Central Command said it had discovered a group of ISIS fighters who were hiding in a cave and killing Yazidi women and children.
The group, known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL-SIL), has been battling the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in northeastern Syria since 2014.
In August, the Pentagon said it has launched airstrikes in Syria, targeting ISIL-held towns in northern and western Syria.
In June, the Trump administration announced that the U’s military had launched airstrikes against the group in Syria.
ISIS has released a number of videos showing its atrocities in Syria over the years.
In February, the group released a new video showing the decapitation of a Yazid man, the beheading of a man and the killing of a group from the Yazid faith.
ISIS also released a statement in August that claimed it was going to kill over 100,000 Christians in Iraq, including Christians from Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.
A Christian man is seen kneeling in a video showing him being beheaded.
The head of the man is then beheaded by an ISIL fighter.
A man is also seen kneeling before the severed head of a young boy, who is kneeling before him, before his head is beheaded and his body is beheadmed.
The new video comes as ISIS is also reportedly seeking to destroy the city of Palmyra, which has been under control of the Syrian government since 2014 and is believed by the United States to be a UNESCO World Heritage site.
A video released in July showed the beheadings of four Syrian Christians, including a man who was decapitated.
The footage also showed the decapitated body of a woman being beheaded.
In July, the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to authorize U.N. troops to enter Syria to help the Syrian Kurds fight the Islamic state.
In a statement issued Tuesday, the UN Security Council also voted unanimously for an international operation to liberate Palmyra from ISIS, which it said had used the city as a military base.
The council also adopted resolutions calling for the U to cease all military activities in Syria “in order to remove the military advantage of Daesh [ISIS] to the detriment of the people of Syria.”
In June 2016, U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that Britain had “no doubt” the Islamic States had obtained and used Palmyra as a base and said that British forces were prepared to protect the ancient city.