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ISIS Parades Captured American Weapons as Assad, Hezbollah Routed Near Israeli Border (VIDEO)

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Quneitra Syrian/ISIS fighting. Image: Google maps

Quneitra Syrian/ISIS fighting. Image: Google maps.

Syrian rebel forces, including Islamic State/ISIS militias, on Tuesday continued to consolidate their hold on the Syrian Golan Heights and Mount Tel el-Jamal, about 10 kilometers (6 mi.) northeast of Israel, Israel’s Walla News reported.

Some 10 Syrian soldiers were killed in an attack in the area, according to the report, adding to a string of losses sustained by the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Damascus.

At the same time, security sources told the newspaper “Al-Mustaqbal” that on Monday, there were battles between Hezbollah soldiers aligned with Syria in the southern Kalmon along the Syrian-Lebanon border.

The sources pointed out that “Hezbollah troops were forced to withdraw from the region due to nighttime assaults by Assad’s military aircraft in the area.”

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Meanwhile, ISIS on Tuesday showed off a video clip of their fighters planting their black flags on a number of Syrian MIG aircraft, tanks, ammo dumps, and other military material.

On Monday, a London-based report said ISIS forces, and possibly others, had gotten their hands on “significant amounts” of American weapons intended for so-called moderate Syria forces, including semi-automatic rifles and other small arms.

Watch a video of ISIS forces showing off aging Syrian jets, and other war booty:

Watch a video of ISIS forces overtaking a series of positions in the Syrian Golan Height:

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