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Date: 13 June, 2014- 2019
Location: Levant, Libya, Yemen, Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon
Status: Finished
  • Coalition declare victory.
  • Treaty between Syria, FSA, and Kurds.


  • Inherent Resolve Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF–OIR)
    • Flag of the United States United States of America
    • Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom
    • Flag of Turkey Turkey
    • Flag of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
    • Flag of Jordan Jordan
    • Flag of Qatar Qatar
    • Flag of Morocco Morocco
    • Flag of Europe Europa (formerly Germany) (2014-18)
    • Flag of France France (2014-18)
    • Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands
    • Flag of Denmark Denmark
    • Flag of Belgium Belgium (2014-18)
    • Australia 2037 Australia (2014-17)
    • Flag of Brazil Brazilian Federation
  • Supported by:
    • Flag of Kuwait Kuwait
    • Flag of Lebanon Lebanon
    • Flag of Bahrain Bahrain
    • Flag of the United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates* (2014-17)
    • Flag of NATO NATO
    • Flag of Canada Canada

  • ESII Alliance
    • Flag of the Eurasian Union.svg Eurasian Union (formerly Russia)
    • Flag of Syria Syria
    • Flag of Iran Iran
    • Flag of Iraq Iraq
    • Flag of Hezbollah Hezbollah

  • Local forces
    • Local forces in Syria
      • Flag of Syria Syria
      • Flag of Free Syria Syrian Opposition
      • Syrian Kurdistan
      • Syrian Turkmen Brigades
    • Local forces in Iraq
      • Flag of Iraq Iraqi Government
      • Shi'a militias
      • Flag of Kurdistan Iraqi Kurdistan
      • Iraqi Turkmen Brigades
    • Local forces in Lebanon
      • Flag of Lebanon Lebanon
      • Flag of Hezbollah Hezbollah
      • Lebanese Communist Party

  • Military intervention in Libya
    • Flag of Egypt Egypt
    • Flag of Libya Libya

  • Flag of Algeria Algeria

  • Military intervention in Nigeria
    • Flag of Nigeria Nigeria
    • Flag of Cameroon Cameroon
    • Flag of Chad Chad
    • Niger
    • Burundi

  • ISIS flag ISIS
    • ISIS flag Boko Haram
    • Wilayat Sinai (Yemen)
    • Wilayat Barqa (Libya)
    • Wilayat Khorasan (Afghanistan and Pakistan)
    • Abu Sayyaf

Supported by:

  • Flag of the United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates (Secret)

  • Al-Qaeda Flag Al-Qaeda
    • an-Nusra Front
  • Flag of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton
  • Flag of the United States Barack Obama
  • Flag of the United States Lloyd Austin
  • Flag of the United States Ash Carter
  • Flag of the United States Joseph Dunford
  • Flag of the United Kingdom David Cameron
  • Flag of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan
  • Flag of Saudi Arabia King Salman
  • Flag of Europe Angela Merkel
  • Flag of France Francois Hollande
  • Flag of the United States Sean MacFarland
ISIS flag Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Flag of the United Arab Emirates Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan

Al-Qaeda Flag Abu Muhammad al-Julani

Casualties and losses

In response to rapid territorial gains made by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISILISISIS, or Daesh, calling itself the Islamic State) militants during the first half of 2014, and the group's internationally condemned brutality, reported human rights abuses and the fear of further spillovers of the Syrian Civil War, many states began to intervene against ISIL in Syria and Iraq. Later, there were also minor interventions by some states against ISIL-affiliated groups in Nigeria and Libya.

In mid-June 2014, Iran, according to American and British information, started flying drones over Iraq, and, according to Reuters, Iranian soldiers were in Iraq fighting ISIL. Simultaneously, the United States ordered a small number of troops to Iraq and started flying manned aircraft over Iraq.

In July 2014, according to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Iran sent Sukhoi Su-25 aircraft to Iraq, and Hezbollahpurportedly sent trainers and advisers to Iraq to monitor ISIL's movements. In August 2014, the US and Iran separately began a campaign of airstrikes on ISIL targets in Iraq. Since then, fourteen countries in a US-led coalition have also executed airstrikes on ISIL in Iraq and in Syria.

In September 2015, Russian forces, at the request of the Syrian government, began hundreds of bombing raids against Syrian rebel groups, including the FSA and ISIL.

In 2016, Turkey send more troops to Syria. The coalition plan to invade ar-Raqqah with major strength. Then, in 2017, Coalition hold a discussion in Antalya, Turkey. Every enemy countries of ISIS are invited.

Coalition finally send more troops with major strength and launch an invasion to ar-Raqqah from every direction. It's make tension between Syrian Government and Syrian Opposition decreased. But, some countries pull their troops from Iraq and Syria. Including US, who pull most of their troops to Korea and Germany.

Turkey, who led the invasion, success invade Raqqah. Abu Bakr al-Baghdad is catched by Coalition troops. ISIS then surrender.

International coalition against ISIS

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