This is Just the start ! PLEASE REMEMBER TO LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE!! Iraq Isis 2014 — U.S Air Strikes Over ISIS | RAW FOOTAGE Iraq Isis 2014 — U.S Air Strikes Over ISIS | RAW FOOTAGE Iraq Isis 2014 — U.S Air Strikes Over ISIS | RAW FOOTAGE HE iraq isis 2014, iraq isis, iraq war, iraq crisis, iraq crisis 2014, iraq isis 2014, iraq isis, iraq war, iraq crisis, iraq crisis 2014, iraq isis 2014, iraq isis, iraq war, iraq crisis, iraq crisis 2014, iraq isis 2014, iraq isis, iraq war, iraq crisis, iraq crisis 2014 Footage of Air Strikes on ISIS Footage of Air Strikes on ISIS Footage of Air Strikes on ISIS #Iraq Isis 2014 #Iraq Isis 2014 #Iraq Isis 2014 Mr de Kerchove also warned that groups competing with IS, such as al-Qaeda, may try to launch attacks in Europe to maintain their profile. “The rise of [IS] may prompt al-Qaeda to do something to show that it is still relevant,” he said. Suspects arrested On Friday, Spain’s interior ministry said Spanish and Moroccan police had arrested nine people suspected of belonging to a militant cell linked to the IS group. A statement from the ministry said the suspects belonged to a group based in the Spanish enclave of Melilla, on the northern coast of Africa, and the neighbouring town of Nador, in Morocco. One of those arrested is reported to be Spanish; the rest are Moroccan nationals. Earlier this week, the UN Security Council adopted a binding resolution compelling states to prevent their nationals from joining jihadists in Iraq and Syria. The US military released footage of air strikes on IS-controlled oil refineries in eastern Syria on Thursday, carried out by US, Saudi and UAE aircraft. Sales of smuggled crude oil have helped finance the jihadists’ offensive in both countries. Three new strikes targeting IS positions in Deir al-Zour in eastern Syria were confirmed by the US on Friday morning. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the conflict in Syria, said the new strikes caused casualties but the numbers were unclear. Jump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. US military footage shows a strike on the Jeribe refinery in eastern Syria Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said the purpose of Thursday’s strikes was “not necessarily to kill militants” but to destroy the oil facilities, which were funding IS through the black market. He said the strikes had been effective but not yet decisive, adding that IS militants “still have financing at their fingertips”. He said it was too soon to talk of “winning” against IS, adding that they still “have plenty of weapons and vehicles and the ability to move around”. UK votes on action The US says more than 40 countries have offered to join the anti-IS coalition. The Danish government announced on Friday it would be joining the military operations against IS – but only in Iraq. Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt said the move needed to be approved in a vote in Denmark’s parliament, but said it was considered a formality. No date was given for the vote. She told reporters the deployment would consist of seven F-16 fighter jets – four operational planes and three in reserve – along with 250 pilots and support staff. MPs in the UK are currently debating joining the air strikes on IS in Iraq. Jump media playerMedia player helpOut of media player. Press enter to return or tab to continue. Yolande Knell spoke to displaced Iraqis in Erbil’s Baharka refugee camp The office of Prime Minister David Cameron said UK forces could legally join the bombing of targets in Iraq after the Iraqi minister of foreign affairs wrote to the UN seeking international assistance. Mr Cameron told the UN on Wednesday IS was an “evil against which the whole world must unite”. The Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, says his government will decide in the coming days whether to join the air strikes in Iraq and Syria. Mr Abbott said it was in Australia’s interest to play its part in what he called the fight “against the murderous death cult”.