American intervention is the firewood for Dabiq.

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ISIS worked since its first days to urge civilians to engage in its ranks. The terrorist group used the International Coalition raids as a motivation to its supporters; they tried to convince the civilians that the world is fighting them in order to stop Islam and Islamic caliphate.

ISIS has recruited the largest possible number of civilians in its fight against Kurdish militias in Ayn Al-Arab (Kobani), the battle was called (The Battle of Al-Ansar, supporters battle) referring to the civilian supporters from Raqqa and Aleppo suburbs. The Group imposed Arab clans and Kurdish supporters to provide young men and weapons. However, ISIS lost the battle against the Kurdish militias which was supported by the International Coalition warplanes.

ISIS main goal of this battle was to deepen the state of hatred between Arabs and Kurds, so the group claimed that Kurds are fighting Islam and they are going to commit violations against the Arabs. But this claim was supported later by YPG actions after they controlled Arab towns northern Raqqa, YPG displaced Arabs, Turkmen and even Kurds and they confiscated a lot of Arab lands.

The United States sent a few hundreds of soldiers to northern Raqqa, and they established two operation centers there; one of them is a training camp and a battle lead center located in the 93 Brigade headquarters, Ein Isa. The other one is in Lafrage, southern Ayn Arab, and this one is a training center for YPG forces. In addition to the obvious presence of American soldiers on the battlefront against ISIS.

All that made ISIS to start recruiting a lot of civilians through mosques and Shariah courses under the pretext of the promised battle in Dabiq, and the battle now is between ISIS and the Crusader Coalition.

media activist from the city of Raqqa, student at the Faculty of Law at the University of the Euphrates. Director of the Media Office of Raqqa, founding member of "Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently", founding member of the documentary project of "Sound and Picture". I work in documenting violations committed by Assad's regime and ISIS group and extremist organizations inside the city of Raqqa, as I work in programming, design and visual media. I hold a certificate of coach in digital security, and a certificate of journalist coach, and a certificate in documenting violations against human rights, and a certificate in electronic advocacy. I underwent a training under the supervision of "Cyber-Arabs" in collaboration with the Institute for War and Peace "IWPR", about the management of electronic websites and leadership of advocacy campaigns, and a training of press photography under the supervision of the photojournalist "Peter Hove Olesen".