The story is ISIS shot this video and made it available to the "news media" (i.e. Ministry of Loony Propaganda)
It purportedly shows Allied Forces (the good guys) bombing an artillery piece of ISIS (the bad guys.)
The problem is there seems to be an awful lot of cooperation between the good guys and the bad guys in this video.
1. The first segment shows lots of bad guys milling around the target, but then with a quick cut they're all gone - except for one guy in the foreground.
2. This one combatant (actor) seems to know something is about to happen well before it happens and covers his ears.
3. The "missile" appears to fall straight from the sky and hit the target, the artillery piece, perfectly and "luckily" the guy covering his ears and the cameraman (and crew) are far enough away to be uninjured.
Do you see the total ludicrousness of this scenario?
Some basic questions:
How did the bad guys know to leave the scene before the explosion?
Why was the video edited the way it was?
How did the one guy who remained - far away - know to cover his ears well in advance of the "strike"?
Who says the artillery piece wasn't blown up by a charge placed on it?
Who says that "missile" wasn't added later in post-production?
Sloppy, careless BS because they think no one is looking and/or has the sense to call nonsense what it is.