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ISIS created by the USA, as was al-Qaeda and the Taliban

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Evidence Is Mounting That Islamic State Is Offspring of the US

But does the world have the courage to face the facts?
by Russia Insider 

With the terrorist attacks of Paris and the bomb threats in Hannover, the Islamic State (IS) has shown that it intends to spread its war to Europe. The public is horrified, the mainstream media stokes public anxiety, but hardly anyone dares to say that the IS is a product of the United States — and yet the evidence is mounting.
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First let's listen to some opinions kept secret by our media. "The fact that the IS finances its numerous followers, supplies arms, and controls nearly 400,000 square kilometers in Syria and Iraq; is indicative of heavy financial, military, and logistical support," says Mosayeb Na'imi, political scientist and editor of the Arabic daily Al Vefagh/Al Wefag, to Sputnik Persian. [Hereafter the author refers to Mr Na'imi as "the expert"] According to the expert, the terrorists are being backed by those, "who are interested in continuing the Syria war." That would be the United States and the Gulf monarchies......Israel/Turkey.
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"Although the United States is publicly committed to fighting the IS, they finance other terrorist groups who share the Islamic State’s ideology and who have mass murders on their consciences: Ahrar al-Sham and the Al-Nusra Front. According to the expert, these terrorist groups would never have been able to bring large areas and oil reservoirs under their control without support from overseas. The assertion from Washington, that US planes had accidentally dropped food, drugs, and weapons on the terrorists, is for Na’imi nothing short of “a lie”.
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The expert comments, "The IS has very influential countries behind it; namely, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and their allies." If these countries had not helped, Turkey wouldn’t have made its territory available for the transfer of terrorists fighters. The IS wouldn’t have been able to grow to such a large degree.
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The fact that the United States only pretends to fight the terrorists is also obvious to Middle East journalist Hafsa Kara-Mustapha. The U.S. military commitment against the "Islamic State", which began more than a year ago, has neither weakened the terrorist militia, nor has it hindered their capacity to produce oil, says Kara-Mustapha to Sputnik Persian. "On the contrary, since the beginning of the U.S. operation, IS has even gotten bigger."
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In addition to aid from the Gulf countries, the illegal oil trade is an important source of funding for IS, says Emad Abshenass. According to the political scientist and editor of the newspaper Iran Press, the IS is to a “large extent” responsible for the drop in oil prices. The IS takes the oil from markets captured in Iraq and Syria and sells it to bootleggers at a below-market prices. The oil is smuggled into Turkey and Jordan, and from there to Israel and other "pro-Western" countries. 
According to [Abshenass], Turkey plays a decisive role.
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Abshenass says that IS generates a “colossal income” through the illegal trafficking of human organs. The organs are harvested from "infidels" and enemies of their ideology, then the organs are sold to smugglers.  He continues to say that objects of historical value and artefacts out of Syria and Iraq serve as another source of income. Kidnapping and both human and drug trafficking are also sources of income.
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"In the areas controlled by terrorists, the drug trade is part of the daily routine." Abshenass recalls the arrest of Saudi Prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz at the Beirut Airport. More than two tons of amphetamines and cocaine were discovered in the suitcases of the prince and his companions. According to the expert Abshenass, it was determined that the transport of these drugs was to be used to finance the IS.
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More information came to light on October 17. The news portal maxpark.com reveals that the Iraqi military found a large warehouse with U.S. weapons and missiles owned by the IS. The depot was discovered when the Iraqi military forces had reoccupied areas previously controlled by the IS.

Based on a published article at maxpark.com, the blog alles-schallundrauch.blogspot.ru reports the following: "Among [these discovered U.S. weapons and rockets,] TOW II advanced anti-tank missiles were found next to large amounts of ammunition. When a journalist asked about this, a spokesman for the Pentagon said that the U.S. arms had been ‘missing’ since the previous year. The spokesman disagreed with the suggestion that the United States had been deliberately supplying them to the IS.”
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Holger Strohm became famous in 1971 for his published Quietly Into Disaster, which became the “bible of the anti-nuclear movement”. Strohm was quoted in early summer, in the Swiss magazine Raum & Zeit, May/June 2015: "According to a former CIA operative, the IS is a product of the U.S. intelligence community — an army trained by Saudi Arabia and the U.S. military army (...) Besides U.S. Senator John McCain, the U.S. Air Force General Thomas McInernay has also admitted that the United States has created the IS."
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U.S. Vice President Joe Biden told the BBC in autumn 2014 that "Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates" were so determined to overthrow Assad and to launch a "Sunni-Shia proxy war," that they poured thousands of tons of weapons and hundreds of millions of dollars into the insurgency; "except that the people who were being supplied were Al-Nusra and al-Qaeda and the extremist elements of jihadis coming from other parts of the world."
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President Obama even admitted it himself July 8, 2015. He said during a press conference that they were training IS. According to his exact statement: "So, with the additional steps I ordered last month, we’re speeding up training of ISIL forces, including volunteers from Sunni tribes in Anbar Province.” He made this statement without immediate correction.
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General Wesley Clark, the former supreme commander of NATO forces in Europe, said in a CNN interview on February 2015: "The IS got started through funding from our friends and allies ... to destroy Hezbollah... It’s like a Frankenstein.” Referring to "friends and allies" Clark means those of the United States in the Middle East: Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. The backdrop that CNN used during the interview reads, "War with ISIS." It should read, “War on ISIS.”
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov hinted at further support in mid-September 2015, when he declared that the Syrian army could form a decisive force in the struggle against the "Islamic State," and that the actions of the West pertaining to Syria were "counter-productive and absurd." He also pointed to internal sources in the US-led anti-IS coalition, where it was reported that U.S. officers often prevented air raids on IS-positions.
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"Internal sources of the U.S.-led anti-IS coalition have reported to Moscow that the USA shouldn’t authorize air strikes against confirmed IS positions.” That raises questions, says Lavrov. "Some of our colleagues in the coalition say that they receive information as to the exact position of where the Islamic State is staying, but the commander of the coalition [a U.S. officer] doesn’t approve any strikes. I could assume that the coalition has an objective other than their alleged fight against the Islamic State. "
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The United States’ entanglement with IS goes even further. The IS-fighters are not just trained, armed, and financed by the U.S. and its allies. They’re protected against air raids and they’re being supported militarily. On August 2, 2015, Britain’s Sunday Express newspaper headlined, “SAS dress as ISIS fighters in undercover war against jihadists” saying:
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“More than 120 members belonging to the elite regiment are currently in the war-torn country“ covertly “dressed in black and flying ISIS flags,” engaged in what’s called Operation Shader — attacking Syrian targets on the pretext of combatting ISIS.
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Over 250 UK (and perhaps U.S.) specialists are involved to communications support, the Sunday Express explained. British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said “(o)ur actions and surveillance capabilities are freeing up other countries to strike in Syria.”
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British SAS fighters are also in Saudi Arabia, where they and U.S. fighters train together terrorists to be used against Assad —- [not just in Saudi Arabia but] in Turkey, Jordan, Qatar and possibly Israel as well. American and British assertions what they’re training "moderate" rebels, serve as a cover for the direct cooperation with IS-terrorists. [These terrorists are] trained, armed, and funneled over the border and into Syria to fight against Assad. Now they have Anglo-American and Canadian air support and covert ground commandos.
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In an article published at Kopp Online May 20, 2015, the Canadian professor Michel Chossudovsky gives more evidence of U.S.-support for IS: "If they had wanted to eliminate the Islamic State brigades, they could have ‘carpet’ bombed their convoys of Toyota pickup trucks when they crossed the desert from Syria into Iraq in June 2014." [The source in English, Global Research, 2015]