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Syrian Rebels Close In on Dabiq, Village Crucial to ISIS Ideology

Syrian rebels backed by Turkey and a U.S.-led coalition are closing in on the Islamic State militant group-held village of Dabiq, the site of an apocalyptic prophesy central to the militant group's ideology. Free Syrian Army (FSA) rebel groups have been pushing southwards into Islamic State's (ISIS) territory in an operation backed by Turkey since Aug. 24, and have taken villages near Dabiq in recent days.
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