My theory on ISIS is that if they are useful to western oil interests they will be let continue. If they are not, or they take sufficient territory to suit those goals they will be infiltrated and turned on themselves.
It suggests not wanting a drone dropping something on you at some point also.
If they know who you are, they start to track you. Or so I'd have thought.
Ali Al-bin Shaney gets spotted driving a truck somewhere and that road is in store for a large pothole.
I've never heard of Matthew VanDyke before but fair play to him
He has driven motorcycles in warzones, explored the vast reaches of the Sahara desert, fought in the 2011 Libyan Civil War to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, and directed the documentary film about Syria, Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution, which has won 82 awards.