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IS Terror Organization Offers $4,000 Reward for Every US Soldier Killed

CAIRO – The Islamic State terror organization has offered its fighters a reward of $4,000 for each American soldier they manage to kill in the Syrian province of al-Raqqa, a British war monitor reported on Monday.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the reward also extends to other “foreign” soldiers in the ranks of the Syrian Democratic Forces, an armed alliance headed by Syrian Kurds, which has the support of the United States and fights extremists in northern Syria.

The IS announcement came after fighters lost the strategic town of al-Karama, located 17 kilometers (10.5 miles) east of al-Raqqa, the extremists’ stronghold in Syria, according to the SOHR.

The Syrian Democratic Forces launched an operation on Nov. 6 to isolate the Syrian province of al-Raqqa and expel IS from the north of the country.

 

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