Assaults of the Monotheists released in October 2018 with two successive parts from November and most recently December are twenty to twenty five minute smash and grabs fire fights the last edited with short black transistions in an effort to assault the viewers senses.
Same transistion effect used in this video from 2016 – Post American World
The fire fights and over running of the tent outpost are spread across the three episodes with each release being more dramaticly edited and gratituos than the previous.
Some of the deatils include the vehicles transporting soldiers, the machine gun mounted motorbikes and the vehicle with the turret is seen.
Other interesting elements are the one armed machine gun operator.
5.11 Tactical gloves.
Just over a minute long this Amaq badged video shows the attack on a military post at Al Bahra in eastern Syria. Earlier in November these type of attacks plagued the Simak region near the Iraq / Syria border. (GlobalResearch)
The video includes some interesting details such as the small vehicle with the turret with the compressed air sounds(?)
The motorbike mounted machine gun as seen in “Inside the Caliphate -7“.
The surrender is something which is hard to fathom.
After some nine months AlHayat release the eighth in the series “Inside the Caliphate” with some interesting details in the sixteen minutes of old battle videos cobbled together with some off the shelf animations and transitions.
The basic story-board is set up with Telegraph chat messages interspersed with narrated decrees glorifying terror events such as the Pulse NightClub event and strangely a few clips from the Boston Marathon bombing, together with battle fire fights accompanied with the ubiquitous chant like atonal music vibrating in background. (Inside the Caliphate 7)
Details include this slide with Anonymous.
The use of Final Cut Pro shows the use of an Apple work station.
The use of lower third news items attempts to add credibility.
October 26th Daesh mount a counter attack on US backed military posts in the structured VBIED advanced hit followed by the overwhelming small arms attack on survivors. Prior to the Amaq release social media was contained unconfirmed reports hostages had been taken.
Fifty five minute video Al Hayat released as a part three to the Flames Of War series. The English narration with its stylised nuances explains the history up to the present time of Islamic State.
The video with its slow motion RPG rocket firing is padded together with battle vision from previous releases, (for example the image below is seen in part three) together with production voice over audio and some off the shelf fire transitions add to the impact which the narrative attempts to impose.
The video ends with men digging a trench as English translations run over the lower third, the scene ends with their execution.