ISIL Blows Up 60 Syrian Soldiers
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, abbreviated as ISIS or ISIL, is an insurgent group active in Iraq and Syria. It was established in the early years of the Iraq War, and pledged allegiance to al-Qaeda in 2004, becoming known as al-Qaeda in Iraq. The group then became an umbrella organization of Iraqi insurgent groups on October 15, 2006 under the name of Islamic State of Iraq. In this video, they attack a Syrian regime stonghold killing 60 or more soldiers.